How Could Anyone

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a cappella SAB - words and music by Libby Roderick - arr. Peter Amidon

In the Amidons' book "Tweny-five Anthems for Interfaith & Community Choirs". Sung here by the Hallowell hospice singers. We learned this from the singing of storyteller Eshu Bumpus. It is a wonderful song for a vigil hospice sing. Here is "How Could Anyone" sung by the song's composer Libby Roderick.


How Could Anyone
by Libby Roderick
© Libby Roderick Music 1988 BMI All rights reserved
From the recordings "How Could Anyone" and "If You See a Dream"
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How could anyone ever tell youYou were anything less than beautiful?
How could anyone ever tell you
You were less than whole?

How could anyone fail to notice
That your loving is a miracle?How deeply you're connected to my soul.

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