Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New

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697bTo thee, our God, we flyCROFT'S 136THTextPage Scan
698To the name of our salvationORIELTextPage Scan
699Trav'ling, trav'ling over the worldTRAVELLERS
700Unto us a boy is born!PUER NOBIS
701Virgin‑born, we bow before theeQUEM PASTORESText
702Waken, O sleeper, wake and riseBILLING
703Wake, O wake! with tidings thrillingWACHET AUF
704Your saving Lord is near. Wake up![Your saving Lord is near. Wake up!]
705aWalking in a gardenAU CLAIR DE LA LUNE
705bWalking in a gardenDUN ALUINN
706Warm as the sun, fresh as the breezeWARM AS THE SUN
707We are his children, the fruit of his suff'ring[We are his children the fruit of his suff'ring]
708Shout with gladness to God all the earth[Shout with gladness to God all the earth]
709We are marching in the light of GodSIYAHAMBA
710We are not our own. Earth forms usYARNTON
711We believe in God the Father[We believe in God the Father]
712We cannot measure how you healYE BANKS AND BRAESPage Scan
713We give immortal praiseCROFT'S 136THTextPage Scan
714We hail thy presence gloriousOFFERTORIUM
715We have a dream: this nation will ariseWOODLANDS
716We have a gospel to proclaimFULDA
717We'll walk the land with hearts on fire[We'll walk the land with hearts on fire]
718We love the place, O GodQUAM DILECTATextPage Scan
719We plough the fields and scatterWIR PFLÜGENTextPage Scan
720aWe pray thee, heav'nly FatherDIES DOMINCATextPage Scan
720bWe pray thee, heav'nly FatherMEIRIONYDDTextPage Scan
721Were you there when they crucified my Lord?WERE YOU THEREText
722We shall stay awake and pray at all times[We shall stay awake and pray at all times]
723aWe sing the praise of him who diedBOW BRICKHILLText
723bWe sing the praise of him who diedACH BLEIB BEI UNS (CALVISIUS)Text
724We three kings of Orient areKINGS OF OREINTTextPage Scan
725We turn to you, O God of ev'ry nationHARDING
726We will lay our burden downLAYING DOWNPage Scan
727What a friend we have in JesusWHAT A FRIEND (CONVERSE) TextPage Scan
728What a wonderful change in my life has been wroughtMCDANIELText
729What child is this, who, laid to restGREENSLEEVESTextPage Scan
730What shall we bring to give honour to GodWORTLEY
731When a knight won his spurs in the stories of oldSTOWEY
732aWhen all thy mercies, O my GodCONTEMPLATIONTextPage Scan
732bWhen all thy mercies, O my GodBELGRAVETextPage Scan
733When God Almighty came to earthO WALY WALY
734When I feel the touch[When I feel the touch]
735When I look into your holiness[When I look into your holiness]
736When I needed a neighbour, were you there, were you there?NEIGHBOUR
737When in our music God is glorifiedENGELBERG
738aWhen I survey the wondrous crossROCKINGHAMText
738bWhen I survey the wondrous crossO WALY WALYText
739When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINITextPage Scan
740When our God came to earthPERSONENT HODIE (THEODORIC)
741When we walk with the LordTRUST AND OBEYTextPage Scan
742Where true love is found with charity, God is present thereUBI CARITAS
743Where true love is presentMAKE PEACE
744Christ and his Church are but one single body[Christ and his Church are but one single body]
745While shepherds watched their flocks by nightWINCHESTER OLDTextPage Scan
746Who are these like stars appearingALL SAINTSTextPage Scan
747Who can sound the depths of sorrow[Who can sound the depths of sorrow]
748Who is this so weak and helplessEBENEZER (TON-Y-BOTEL)TextPage Scan
749Who sees it all, before whose gaze[Who sees it all, before whose gaze]
750Who would think that what was needed to transform and save the earthSCARLET RIBBONS
751Wide, wide as the ocean[Wide, wide as the ocean]Text
752Will you come and follow meKELVINGROVE
753Will your anchor hold in the storms of lifeWILL YOUR ANCHOR HOLDTextPage Scan
754Ye choirs of new JerusalemST FULBERTTextPage Scan
755Ye holy angels brightDARWALL'S 148THTextPage Scan
756Ye servants of God, your Master proclaimPADERBORNTextPage Scan
757Ye servants of the LordNARENZATextPage Scan
758Ye watchers and ye holy onesLASST UNS ERFREUENText
759aYe who own the faith of JesusDAILY DAILYTextPage Scan
759bYe who own the faith of JesusDEN DES VATERS SINN GEBORENTextPage Scan
760You are beautiful beyond description[You are beautiful beyond description]
761You are beneath me[You are beneath me]
762You are the King of Glory[You are the King of Glory]
763You are the light that is ever bright[You are the light that is ever bright]
764You give, Lord, the sign to your servant[You give, Lord, the sign to your servant]
765You made the heavens[You made the heavens]
766You shall go out with joy[You shall go out with joy]
767A butterfly [A butterfly]
768All in an Easter garden[All in an Easter garden]Text
769Day is dyin' in the west[Day is dyin' in the west]Text
770All of my heart, all of my soul[All of my heart, all of my soul]
771All of the creatures God had made[All of the creatures God had made]
772Jesus, Jesus, when we are with you[Jesus, Jesus, when we are with you]
773Let the heavens praise the Lord[Let the heavens praise the Lord]
774And ev'ryone beneath the vine and fig tree[And everyone beneath the vine and fig tree]Text
775As Jacob with travel was weary one dayJACOB'S LADDERText
776aAway in a manger, no crib for a bedCRADLE SONG
776bAway in a manger, no crib for a bedMUELLER
777A wiggly, waggly worm, a slipp'ry, slimy slug[A wiggly, waggly worm, a slipp'ry, slimy slug]
778Be the centre of my life, Lord Jesus[Be the centre of my life, Lord Jesus]
779Boist'rous, buzzing, barking things[Boisterous, buzzing barking things]
780Come and meet around the table[Come and meet around the table]
781Can you see what we have made[Can you see what we have made]
782Caterpillar, caterpillar, munching, munching[Caterpillar, caterpillar, munching, munching]
783'Cheep!' said the sparrow on the chimney top['Cheep!' said the sparrow on the chimney top]
784He came to open the eyes of the blind[He came to open the eyes of the blind]
785Clap your hands, all you people[Clap your hands, all you people]
786Clap your hands and sing this songMICHAEL ROW THE BOAT
787Come into his presence singing[Come into his presence singing]Text
788Come on, let's get up and go[Come on, let's get up and go]
789Come, they told me, pah-rum-pum-pum-pum![Come, they told me, pah-rum-pum-pum-pum!]

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