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Subject: Re: The Navy Hymn
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On Oct 6, 9:18=A0pm, Andrew Chaplin <ab.chap...@yourfinger.rogers.com>
> Weatherlawyer <weatherlaw...@gmail.com> wrote in news:a261caaa-72cc-4e93-
> > Just having an argument with a Spanish speaker about the hymn Eternal
> > Father strong to save.
> > Is it only a well known ditty in certain countries?
> > I had the impression even heathens sang it when the weather got rough.
> It's very WASP:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_Father,_Strong_to_Sav=
Good grief if I was god and heard some of that crap I'd become an
heathen too. The first two verses were OK but he should have quit
while he was ahead.