Songs for Little People: for use in Sunday-School, the kindergarten and the home

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Editor: Frances Weld Danielson, Grace Wilbur Conant
Publisher: Pilgrim Press, New York, 1905
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1Father in heaven, bless thy little childrenPage Scan
2Father, we thank thee for the nightPage Scan
3Holy Sabbath, happy morningPage Scan
4God of heaven, hear our singingPage Scan
5The quiet Sabbath morn is herePage Scan
6In the trees the birds are singing, in the mountains and the glensPage Scan
7Each little flower that opensPage Scan
8Little lamb, who made thee?Page Scan
9Jesus bids us shine With a clear, pure lightPage Scan
10Jesus loves me! this I knowPage Scan
11For my home and friends I thank theePage Scan
12God, make my life a little lightPage Scan
13How strong and sweet my Father's carePage Scan
14"The Master has come over Jordan"Page Scan
15Lord, who lovest little childrenPage Scan
16Hear us thank thee, kindest FriendPage Scan
17Saviour, like a shepherd lead usPage Scan
18Thou, gracious Lord, our Shepherd artPage Scan
19Gentle Jesus, meek and mildPage Scan
20Saviour, teach me day by dayPage Scan
21I cannot do great things for himPage Scan
22One little star in the starry nightPage Scan
23"As ye would others should to you, So" Page Scan
24I think,--when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
25Jesus, Friend of little childrenPage Scan
26Lord of the sunlight, Lord of the starlightPage Scan
27Now the day is over, Night is drawing nighPage Scan
28When my evening prayer is spokenPage Scan
29Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear usPage Scan
30Suffer little children, and forbid them notPage Scan
31He that loveth not knoweth not GodPage Scan
32Freely ye received, freely givePage Scan
33Be ye kind one to anotherPage Scan
34Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youthPage Scan
35We love him, because he first loved usPage Scan
36Blessed are the pure in heartPage Scan
37Can a little child, like mePage Scan
38Pumpkins are heaped in pilesPage Scan
39What shall little children bring on Christmas DayPage Scan
40Why do bells for Christmas ring?Page Scan
41Carol, children, carolPage Scan
42Holy night! silent night!Page Scan
43What can I give HimPage Scan
44Away in a mangerPage Scan
45While shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
46Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes!Page Scan
47What child is this, who, laid to restPage Scan
48The old year now has run his racePage Scan
49When Mary in the manger laidPage Scan
50From many a tower both far and nearPage Scan
51Breaks the joyful Easter dawnPage Scan
52The sun is gone downPage Scan
53On this blessed Easter dayPage Scan
54The happy birds with joy will singPage Scan
55Tall grasses are swinging, The gay birds are singingPage Scan
56When, his salvation bringingPage Scan
57All the happy children Gladly join our songPage Scan
58'Tis children's day; from heart to heart['Tis children's day; from heart to heart]Page Scan
59Children of the heavenly KingPage Scan
60A little band of knights are wePage Scan
61To and fro, to and fro, Hear the tread of little childrenPage Scan
62Whither, pilgrims, are you going[Whither, pilgrims, are you going]Page Scan
63We bring now our gifts to the MasterPage Scan
64"Give," said the little streamPage Scan
65We give thee but thine ownPage Scan
66All things come from thee, O LordPage Scan
67A birthday greeting to you, dearPage Scan
68A welcome, oh, dear childrenPage Scan
69O Lord, our hearts would give thee praisePage Scan
70Goodbye to all, 'Tis time, we knowPage Scan
71Fly away, fly away over the seaPage Scan
72Clouds of gray are in the skyPage Scan
73Where do all the daises go?Page Scan
74The squirrel hastens to and froPage Scan
75Now hide the flowers beneath the snowPage Scan
76Tiny little snowflakes, In the air so highPage Scan
77When the snow is on the groundPage Scan
78Winter day! frosty day!Page Scan
79Little brown seed, O little brown brotherPage Scan
80The alder by the riverPage Scan
81Welcome, welcome, happy birdPage Scan
82Pitapat, pitapat, Fall the tiny raindropsPage Scan
83One day a sunbeam met a cloudPage Scan
84Buds and bells, sweet April pleasuresPage Scan
85Dandelions in the grassPage Scan
86How good to lie a little whilePage Scan
87Oh, I couldn't help it!Page Scan
88Queer little cradles, So silken and grayPage Scan
89We romp with the flowers and grassPage Scan
90All the wide meadows are sweet with cloverPage Scan
91Who has seen the wind?Page Scan
92Blooming clover blossoms, Fresh and fair to seePage Scan
93When the winds of evening blowPage Scan
94O beautiful star, That shines from afarPage Scan
95Twinkle, twinkle, little starPage Scan
96The world is such a happy placePage Scan
97When at morn I first awakePage Scan
98The world is so full of a number of thingsPage Scan
99If all were rain and never sunPage Scan
100Which ever way the wind doth blowPage Scan

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