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Charming Melodies

Publisher: Hartford Music Co., Hartford, Ark., 1935
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d1A lonely and helpless lost child I followed
d2A man of God plead for my soul
d3After my trials of earthlife are o'er
d4As you travel night and day
d5As you travel toward heaven your final goal
d6Back from the storm and cold
d7Beyond the smiling and the weeping
d8Beyond the stars I have a home
d9Boundless as the ocean, is the love
d10Can the Lord depend on me
d11Changeful may be my lot
d12Come friends and hear this story told
d13Come, go with me to Canaan's land
d14Come, listen to my story now
d15Death is the gateway to heaven and rest
d16Dis train don't carry no jokers
d17Do a little deed of loving kindness
d18Down in my heart I'm always rejoicing
d19Every day, on the way, there are souls made glad
d20For many years my pathway led
d21Give me a life filled with old fashioned
d22Give me back the old time power
d23Go with a song and tell the story
d24God is good, God is true
d25Hallelujah, I am heaven bound
d26Happy greetings now we bring
d27Have you treasured up what will be your own
d28Heavy burdens you've carried
d29Helpless and blind I was one day
d30Here there's sorrow, toil and pain
d31I am going home when my time shall come
d32I am leaving sin's dark roads behind me
d33I am living this life with its trouble
d34I am on my way to that home on high
d35I am singing Hallelujah, praise the Lord
d36I can hear my [the] Savior calling
d37I can see the shadows falling
d38I have a dear Savior in heaven above
d39I have a friend who is faithful and true
d40I have a mansion over yonder I know
d41I have fellowship with Jesus up above
d42I know I'll live above the clouds
d43I once was lost in sin's dark night
d44I so often get weary
d45I travel on each day and sing
d46I walked life's way with easy tread
d47I was fettered, I was sad
d48I was lost, by sin I was bound
d49I was once a restless sinner
d50If I should be living when Jesus comes
d51I'll go with you to Canaan's shore
d52I'm all alone in this cold world
d53I'm daily living for Jesus
d54I'm ever pressing onward
d55I'm going to heaven, the home of the soul
d56I'm going up the highway
d57I'm living on the fatness of the land
d58I'm not ashamed to own that Jesus came and died
d59I'm on the road to glory
d60I'm singing every passing day
d61I'm so glad that I found a Savior
d62In heaven we are told, there's many mansions
d63In my fondest day dreams
d64In the Bible we are told of a place
d65In the morning, when the trumpet of the Lord
d66In this wilderness of sin
d67In this world there is sorrow, pain
d68In this world we have our troubles Sometimes lonesome, sometimes blue
d69It's not the words you sing to me
d70I've found everlasting glory
d71I've heard of a beautiful city above
d72I've heard them sing of home sweet home
d73Jesus brought for us salvation
d74Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d75Let Jesus have control
d76Let me live closer, O Jesus, to thee
d77Life has so many mysteries
d78Long I have been here on time's troubled shore
d79Lord, I want my lamp to shine
d80Love divine is mine
d81Marching along the glory way
d82Marching in the wonderful light of glory
d83Marching through this life
d84My life was dreary and dark
d85My life was once all stained with sin
d86My race is nearly run, my work
d87My ship is smoothly sailing on
d88My time on earth will not be long
d89No more I walk the downward way
d90No shadows yonder, all is so bright
d91Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh
d92O, come to the Savior, your dearest friend
d93O how I love Jesus he's precious to me
d94O how wonderful is the King's highway
d95O listen to our wondrous story
d96O love surpassing knowledge
d97O soul, why stay away from Jesus
d98O'er life's sea we all are sailing
d99On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d100On mountains high and cold and wild

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