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Bright Blossoms of Song

Editor: C. W. Ray
Publisher: Ward & Drummond, New York, N.Y., 1895
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d1A darling child lay dying
d2A wonderful story I often
d3All hail the bright and beautiful morn
d4Around the throne of God
d5Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d6Beautiful eyes are the eyes
d7Beautiful the dawning
d8Blessed Jesus, we adore thee
d9Bright blossoms of beauty
d10Bright buttercups and daisies
d11Can a little, sinful child
d12Can the mighty God above us
d13Can you tell how many birdies
d14Dear Jesus great Shepherd
d15Dear Savior, ever at my side, How loving Thou must be
d16Dear Savior, guide my little feet
d17Dear Savior, teach me how
d18Dear Shepherd of Zion, it oft hath been told
d19Ever thrillingly sweet is the story
d20Every springtime seems calling
d21For the bud and the bloom
d22God cares for the birds
d23Have you heard the sweet story of Jesus King of glory
d24Have you not heard how the children once sang
d25Here again with joy
d26Here are two, only two
d27I asked the little joyous bird
d28I gladly would be like a Christmas bell
d29I have two little hands, which the Lord
d30I have two little hands, which the Lord hath given
d31I love my blessed Savior, because he first loved me
d32I love my dear Redeemer
d33I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d34I would be a rosebud fair
d35I would be bright as the brightest
d36In his wondrous love the Savior long ago
d37In the palace of the king
d38It was the night before
d39Jerusalem how fair and bright
d40Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] light
d41Jesus evermore is calling
d42Jesus, help a sinful child
d43Jesus, I am but a child
d44Jesus, I would follow thee
d45Jesus loves the little children
d46Jesus, tender shepherd, hear us
d47Jesus, to this sacred place
d48Jesus, when he left the sky
d49Jesus will welcome the children
d50Jesus wondrous love possessing
d51Jewels, bright beautiful
d52Joy, joy, this happy Easter morning
d53Lead me, blessed Savior
d54Let me walk with the angels
d55Let the little lambs be fed
d56Let us all together rise
d57Let us rise and sweetly sing
d58Let us sing of our blessed Redeemer
d59Let us sing to the Lord
d60Little bluebirds and robins
d61Little drops of water, little grains of sand
d62Little sunbeams in their brightness
d63Lo what wondrous light is falling
d64Long ago the blest redeemer
d65Long ago when our savior
d66Lord, teach a little child to pray, to plead for mercy
d67Merrily silvery chiming
d68My hands I would give
d69My little ears were made
d70Nobody knows of the work it makes
d71O day of days the brightest
d72O Father, send thy angels
d73O Jesus, mighty Savior, King
d74O pray can you tell us
d75O what can little hands do to please the King of heaven
d76O who is it like Jesus by prophets foretold
d77Of all the sweet stories that ever were told, this side
d78On to victory, on to victory, ever marching
d79Our Savior God to thee
d80Precious is the Savior's promise
d81Rejoice, rejoice, the Lord most high
d82Running on errands for Jesus
d83Savior King, I would sing
d84Scattering precious seed by the wayside
d85Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d86Some blessed day, Jesus
d87Some day we are hoping
d88Something for Jesus, O that I could bring
d89Summer's going, summer's gone leaves are falling, one by one
d90The beautiful lilies
d91The King is in need of volunteers
d92The King of the day
d93The morning is bright
d94The sun must shine to give us
d95There are little crowns in heaven
d96There is a world of rest
d97There is something to do
d98There's a Friend for little children
d99There's a land far away where the shadows
d100'Tis a dark and gloomy day

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