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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191Ye banks and braes of bonnie DoonPage Scan
192Wind of night, low and lightPage Scan
193Soft, soft, music is stealingPage Scan
194I would that my love could silently flowPage Scan
195My native land again it meets mine eyePage Scan
196Hark! hark! the lark at heav'ns gate singsPage Scan
197The evening bells sound clearlyPage Scan
198I sat beneath the maples oldPage Scan
199O where, and O where is your Highland laddie gone?Page Scan
200Good night, thou wondrous lamp of dayPage Scan
201It's been decreed from days of oldPage Scan
202From your coral chambers speed yePage Scan
203Glory and love to the men of oldPage Scan
204'Neath a woodstack alone, amid many a thornPage Scan
205O tell me what it meanethPage Scan
206The sun high in heaven now is sailingPage Scan
207On we are floating in sunshine and shadowPage Scan
208Out on the deep, when the sun is lowPage Scan
209Hark, the pealing, softly stealingPage Scan
210I dreamed that I dwelt in marble hallsPage Scan
211The sun is down the evening comePage Scan
212On steep Mount Carmel's height we standPage Scan
213Where is now the merry partyPage Scan
214Last night the nightingale woke mePage Scan
215Pull away pull away pull away brave boysPage Scan
216'Tis the last rose of summer, left blooming alonePage Scan
217How can I bear to leave thee?Page Scan
218Forsaken, forsaken, forsaken am IPage Scan
219The harp that once thro' Tara's hallsPage Scan
220There is beauty in the forest, where the trees are green and fairPage Scan
221Spin, lassie, spin, The thread goes out and inPage Scan
222Way down upon the Swanee riverPage Scan
223The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky homePage Scan
224Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay[Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay]TextPage Scan
225O, a dainty plant is the ivy greenPage Scan
226The bell doth tollPage Scan
227The Lord is great, ye hosts of heav'n adore HimPage Scan
228Praise ye the FatherPage Scan
229The red sun is sinkingPage Scan
230The old year lies dyingPage Scan
231Scotland's burning! Scotland's burning!Page Scan
232There's music in the airPage Scan
233O I'm a happy creaturePage Scan
234Winds of night around us sighingPage Scan
235Long may she live, our College fair!Page Scan
236Where, O where are the verdant Freshmen?Page Scan
237Gaudeamus igitur (Let us now in youth rejoice)Page Scan
238Stars of the summer nightPage Scan
239Hail and farewell, dear companionsPage Scan
240Our College is a jolly homePage Scan
241There's a good time coming, help it onPage Scan
242We think it is the rule, sirPage Scan
243Integer vitæ scelerisque purus non eget (He who is upright, kind, and free from error)Page Scan
244In former days, which many praisePage Scan
245Krambambuli! it is the titlePage Scan
246Well, here we are; well, here we are![Well, here we are; well, here we are]Page Scan
247Goodnight ladies! Page Scan
248Lauriger Horatius (Poet of the laurel wreath)Page Scan
249As freshmen first we come to YalePage Scan
250Speak to me Love, only speaky, spiky, spokyPage Scan
251The golden glow of a summer's dayPage Scan
252An atom is a little thingPage Scan
253Time ever flowing bids us be goingPage Scan
254Our strong band can ne'er be brokenPage Scan
255Far above the golden valleyPage Scan
256From the coast of Massachusetts to the CaliforniaPage Scan
257On the plains of Southeast KansasPage Scan
258There's a college in southeast Kansas landPage Scan
259Merrily, merrily, greet the mornPage Scan
260Here's a health to all them that we lovePage Scan
261All together let us singPage Scan
262Aya nicosokisPage Scan
263Boom boom de-ayPage Scan
264For her we'll sing, for her we'll shoutPage Scan
265Roria roriara, Rah, Rah, RenPage Scan
266Rah, Rah! the Normal! the Normal must winPage Scan
267Yo-ho! yo-ho! yo-ho!Page Scan

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