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{SPEAKER 1}
[inaudible] I mean, eleven. And what is it, twelve, thirteen?
{UNKNOWN SPEAKER}
Ten?
{SPEAKER 1}
Ten.[[affirmative]] Between ten and eleven. Without Mississippi tag. We're trying to get all the Mississippi cars together, so we can keep up with them. And we're having trouble keeping people out of these parking places.
{COUGH}
Now can we please get these cars, uh, out of there, cuz the bus is double parked in the road out here.

{SILENCE}

[00:34:38]
[inaudible singing]
{GROUP SINGING}

[00:34:44]
What a blessedness, what a peace is mine.
Leaning on the everlasting arms.
Leaning on Jesus, leaning on Jesus;
Safe and secure from all alarms.
Leaning on Jesus, leaning on Jesus; [Clapping to music]
Leaning on the everlasting arms.
[00:35:31]

Oh how sweet to walk, in this pilgrim way,
Leaning on the everlasting arms.
I have blessed peace
grows from day to day,
Leaning on the everlasting arms. Ohh
Leaning on Jesus , leaning on Jesus;
Safe and secure from all alarms.
Leaning on Jesus, leaning on Jesus;
Leaning on the everlasting arms.
[00:36:42]

What have I to dread? What have I to fear?
Leaning on the everlasting arms,
I have blessed peace with my Lord so near,
Leaning on the everlasting arms. Ohhh
leaning on Jesus, leaning on Jesus;
Safe and secure from all alarms.
leaning on Jesus, leaning on Jesus;
Leaning on the everlasting arms. [clapping]


Transcription Notes:
They are singing "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" but I am not sure if I could assume the refrains that were not audibly clear -hopefully other transcribers can decipher. I do think which song they sing helps with overall project context.

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