The Assembly Hymn and Song Collection: designed for use in chapel, assembly, convocation, or general exercises of schools, normals, colleges and universities. (3rd ed.)

Editor: C. Guy Hoover
Publisher: Educational Pub. Co., Pittsburg, Kan., 1914
Language: English
Notes: Responses and Chants (R) are numbered separately.
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91God of the year, with songs of praisePage Scan
92Forth in thy name [strength], O Lord, I [we] goPage Scan
93Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
94From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skiesPage Scan
95As the sun doth daily risePage Scan
96Holy Spirit, faithful GuidePage Scan
97O, for a [an] heart to praise [love] my GodPage Scan
98Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
99Come sound his praise [name] abroad, And hymnsPage Scan
100Triumphant Lord, thy goodness reignsPage Scan
101Lord of all being, throned afarPage Scan
102They who seek the throne of gracePage Scan
103With all my [our] [the] power [powers] of heart and tonguePage Scan
104We feel thy calm at evening's hourPage Scan
105While shepherds watch [watched] their flocks by nightPage Scan
106Cast thy burden upon the LordPage Scan
107Faith of our fathers, living still [faith]Page Scan
108There's nothing bright above, belowPage Scan
109Lord, with glowing heart I'd [I] [I'll] praise theePage Scan
110We plough [plow] the fields and scatterPage Scan
111God of our fathers, known of oldPage Scan
112Dear Lord and Father [Master] of mankind [us all], Forgive our foolish waysPage Scan
113God is love, his mercy brightensPage Scan
114Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leavePage Scan
115To God the only wise, our Savior and our KingPage Scan
116Hark, the vesper hymn is stealingPage Scan
117When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
118O could I [we] speak the matchless worthPage Scan
119But the Lord is mindful of His ownPage Scan
120Hark, the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn KingPage Scan
121From glory unto gloryPage Scan
122O day of rest [peace] and gladnessPage Scan
123Once more, my soul, the rising day salutes thy waking eyesPage Scan
124My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of libertyPage Scan
125O say can you see by the dawn's early lightPage Scan
126God bless our native land, Firm may shePage Scan
127Thou wilt not cower in the dustTextPage Scan
128Mine eyes have seen the gloryPage Scan
129O Columbia, the gem of the oceanPage Scan
130Great God of nations now to theePage Scan
131America, so proud and freePage Scan
132Flag of the free, fairest to seePage Scan
133The breaking waves dashed highPage Scan
134Land of greatness, home of gloryPage Scan
135Hail, Columbia, happy landPage Scan
136O sing with voices clear and strongPage Scan
137Men of Harlech! in the hollowPage Scan
138Father, on thee I callPage Scan
139Bring the good old bugle, boysPage Scan
140A voice resounds like thunder pealPage Scan
141Ye sons of France, awake to glory!Page Scan
142O native land, O native land, Filled are our hearts...Page Scan
143I wish I was in de land ob cottonDIXIE'S LANDTextPage Scan
144Sleep, comrades, sleep, sleep and restPage Scan
145God ever glorious, Sovereign of nationsPage Scan
146O God, beneath thy [your] guiding handPage Scan
147Flag of a thousand battlesPage Scan
148God of our fathers, Whose almighty handPage Scan
149Joy, joy, freedom todayPage Scan
150Speed our republic, O Father on highPage Scan
151Let us haste to Kelvin GrovePage Scan
152Sweet and low, sweet and low, wind of the western seaPage Scan
153By yon bonnie banks and by yon bonnie br'sPage Scan
154Drink to me only with thine eyesPage Scan
155Soft o'er the fountainPage Scan
156In the gloaming, oh, my darling! when the lights are dim and lowTextPage Scan
157When the swallows homeward flyPage Scan
158Farewell, O joyous, sunny grovePage Scan
159Flow gently sweet Afton, among thy green braes[Flow gently sweet Afton, among thy green brae's]Page Scan
160Oh, wert thou in the cauld blastPage Scan
161Flowerets blooming, winds perfumingPage Scan
162Onward, every onward front the noble frayPage Scan
163How can I leave thee! (Ach wie ist's möglich dann)[How can I leave thee]TextPage Scan
164Golden slumbers kiss your eyesPage Scan
165Lullaby, and good nightPage Scan
166Once I saw a sweet brier rosePage Scan
167Murmur, gentle lyre, through the lonely nightPage Scan
168Once a boy a rose despiedPage Scan
169All is still in sweetest restPage Scan
170Shades of evening close not o'er usPage Scan
171Beside the mill, down yonderPage Scan
172Verdant grove, farewell to theePage Scan
173Maxwelton's braes are bonniePage Scan
174I'm a shepherd of the valleyPage Scan
175Rocked in the cradle of the deepPage Scan
176What's this dull town to mePage Scan
177Should auld acquaintance be forgotPage Scan
178If a body meet a bodyTextPage Scan
179Hail to the queen of the silent nightPage Scan
180Thou forest broad and sweepingPage Scan
181Upon the height I stoodPage Scan
182Beside the old stone fountain, there stands a linden treePage Scan
183Stars of the summer nightPage Scan
184Once in the dear dead days beyond recall[Once in the dear dead days beyond recall]TextPage Scan
185Sleep, my love, and peace attend thee[Sleep, my love, and peace attend thee]Page Scan
186Good night, good night, beloved!Page Scan
187Good night, farewell, my own true heartPage Scan
188'Twas in fifty five, on a winter's nightPage Scan
189Sleep, baby, sleep, thy Father guards the [his]Page Scan
190A song for [of] the oakPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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