The One Key Singer

Editor: J. B. Packard
Publisher: Oliver Ditson, Boston, Mass., 1871
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d1Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d2Assembled at the closing hour
d3Blessed is the people that know
d4Brother, thou art gone to rest
d5By cool Siloam's shady rill
d6Can it be that I should
d7Cease, ye [you] mourners, cease to languish
d8Come join our Sabbath song
d9Come to the mercy seat, Come to the place
d10Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d11From every stormy wind [sense] that blows
d12Gentle Jesus [Jesu], meek and mild, Look upon
d13Gently o'er the senses stealing
d14Glory be to God on high, God whose glory fills the sky
d15Go, when the morning shineth
d16Go, ye messengers of God
d17Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morning
d18Happy soul, thy days are ended [ending]
d19Hark, the Sabbath bells are ringing Let us haste without delay
d20Hark, those bell tones sweetly pealing
d21Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine
d22How beauteous are their [his] feet
d23If, on a [the] quiet sea Toward [Towards] heaven
d24In life's gay morn let children learn
d25Jesus, Lord of life and glory, Bend from heaven
d26Jesus, tender shepherd, hear us
d27Let the song of praise and gladness
d28Let us with a joyful mind
d29Littlle travelers Zionward Each one entering
d30May I love thee and adore thee
d31Now is done the time of teaching
d32O, call my brother back to me
d33O how beautiful how beautiful
d34O Jesus, delight of my soul My Savior, my Shepherd divine
d35O thou who diest the mourner's tear
d36Our Father in heaven we hallow thy name
d37Praise the Lord, when blushing morning
d38Roll on, thou mighty ocean, And as thy billows
d39Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d40Soft be the gently breathing notes
d41Spring has come, spring has come
d42Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright
d43Sweet Sabbath school, place dear to me
d44The Bible, the Bible, More precious than gold
d45The light of Sabbath eve is fading
d46The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know
d47The voice is hushed the gentle voice
d48There is a glorious world
d49There's not a tint that paints the rose
d50To thee, our God and Savior, our hearts
d51Wake little child, the morn is gay
d52We bring no glittering treasures, no gems
d53We now to Christ, the Savior King
d54We won't [we'll not] give up the Bible, God's holy book of truth
d55Welcome to our festival
d56Welcome, welcome, day of rest
d57What are these [those] soul reviving strains
d58When shall the voice of singing flow
d59When the hours of day are numbered
d60Where we oft have met in gladness
d61Why should we spend our youthful days
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