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Band of Hope Melodies: adapted to Band of Hope, Cadet. and other temperance meetings. In two parts.

Publisher: American Temperance Union, New York, 1863
Language: English
Notes: Numbers refer to the page number the hymn starts on. When more than one hymn is on a page, letters are added to the numbers
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1Come, my lads and lasses tooPage Scan
2Temp'rance here in praise of theePage Scan
3Sparkling and bright, in its liquid lightPage Scan
4Our youthful hearts with temp'rance burnPage Scan
5From every fertile prairiePage Scan
6Rejoice, rejoice, the temp'rance cause advancesPage Scan
8Before all causes, east or westPage Scan
9Go! go! thou that enslav'st mePage Scan
10Children all, both great and smallPage Scan
11O what has made the grog men sighPage Scan
12Up for the Right, God's high decreePage Scan
13Shall 'ere cold water be forgotPage Scan
14Onward, onward! band victoriousPage Scan
16Touch not the cup, it is death to thy soulLONG, LONG AGOPage Scan
17Some love to drink from the foamy brinkPage Scan
18A shout, a shout from the seaPage Scan
19aHail! the New Year JubileePage Scan
19bCome all ye children, sing a songPage Scan
20Now, in life's joyous morningPage Scan
21Our band of Hope is comingPage Scan
22Come ye whose bosoms swellPage Scan
23There is joy in a thousand heartsPage Scan
24My drink shall be the flowing fountainPage Scan
25Oh Temp'rance! unto theePage Scan
26Oh! tell me not of sparkling winePage Scan
27Pure water's gliding sweetly byPage Scan
28There's a very small wordPage Scan
30I asked a sweet robin, one morning in MayPage Scan
32'Mid wealth and 'mid luxury, tho' we may roamPage Scan
34An army of abstainersPage Scan
36We come, we come, we are marching alongPage Scan
38Come, children, gather round aboutPage Scan
40Cheerily, cheerily sound the joyful strainPage Scan
41Beautiful water, flashing and free!Page Scan
42Some love to drink from the foamy brinkPage Scan
43Oh! no, I never tasted itPage Scan
44O, have you not heard in the nurseryPage Scan
45Let the still air rejoicePage Scan
46Arise! arise! while yet ye mayPage Scan
47Let others twine for the God of winePage Scan
48Children come, while onward pressingPage Scan
49Stay, brother, stay! whither going so fast?Page Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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