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Tami Wilson: Wonders about number of verses for Just As I Am

Wonders if some churches added their own additional - about traditional four or five - verses?

By Tami Wilson

I became curious about the history of this song, and did a little research. I also remember it being played for numerous "verses" though, I think many of those were repeated after the fourth or fifth verse. (The longest version I could find, was 5 verses long.) Perhaps some churches added their own additional verses??? Wikipedia was fairly thorough, here's the link: Wikipedia: Just as I Am (hymn) - Tami Wilson

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