The Cyber Hymnal

The Cyber Hymnal™ (http://www.hymntime.com/tch) is a website established in 1996 by Dick Adams. It has over 10,000 Christian hymns from many denominations and languages. It provides lyrics, sheet music, audio, pictures, biographies, history and more. The worship and educational resource is provided as a public service and gets an average of 24,000 visitors per month. Mr. Adams has graciously allowed Hymnary.org to add his resources to our site. (Note: the site that calls itself NetHymnal at cyberhymnal.org is not affiliated with The Cyber Hymnal™ in any way.)
Editor: Dick Adams
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1201Deck thyself, my soul, with gladnessSCHMÜCKE DICHTextScoreAudio
1202Deem not that they are blest aloneST. BARBARATextScoreAudio
1203Deep are the wounds that sin has madeST. SEPULCHRETextScoreAudio
1204Deep in the dust before Thy throneINTERCESSIONTextScoreAudio
1205Deeper, deeper in the love of Jesus[Deeper, deeper in the love of Jesus]TextScoreAudio
1206Into the heart of Jesus[Into the heart of Jesus]TextScoreAudio
1207Deep in our hearts let us recordST. CROSSTextScoreAudio
1208Deep river, my home is over Jordan[Deep river, my home is over Jordan]TextScoreAudio
1209In the blood from the cross[In the blood from the cross]TextScore
1210Dear Father-Mother, Thou dost grantSAFFRON WALDENTextScoreAudio
1211Defend me, Lord, from shameLEBANONTextScoreAudio
1212Delay not, delay not, O sinner, draw nearEXPOSTULATIONTextScoreAudio
1213I saw a wayworn traveler, in tattered garments clad[I saw a wayworn traveler, in tattered garments clad]TextScoreAudio
1214Deliver me from evilMUNICHTextScoreAudio
1215Depth of mercy! Can there beCANTERBURYTextScoreAudio
1216Desire of every nationST. CHRISTOPHERTextScoreAudio
1217Like the still quiet fall of the silent dew of night[Like the still quiet fall of the silent dew of night]TextScoreAudio
1218Down from His gloryO SOLE MIOTextScoreAudio
1219Don't forget the Sabbath[Don't forget the Sabbath]TextScoreAudio
1220Dear Father, to Thy mercy seatMANOAHTextScoreAudio
1221Dear Father, whom we cannot seeLLEWELLYNTextScoreAudio
1222Dear God, our Father, at Thy knees confessingHENLEYTextScoreAudio
1223Day of God, thou blessèd dayGLAD DAYTextScoreAudio
1224Dear to the heart of the Shepherd[Dear to the heart of the Shepherd]TextScoreAudio
1225Did Christ o'er sinners weepRHODESTextScoreAudio
1226Ere you left your room this morning[Ere you left your room this morning]TextScoreAudio
1227Ding dong! Merrily on high[Ding dong! Merrily on high]TextScoreAudio
1228The day is past and goneGARDEN CITYTextScoreAudio
1229Disciples of all nationsMISSIONARY HYMNTextScoreAudio
1230Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earthHANOVERTextScoreAudio
1231The day is surely drawing nearDU LIFVETS BRÖDTextScoreAudio
1232The day is slowly wendingVESPER HYMN (Rendle)TextScoreAudio
1233As it fell out upon one dayDILWYNTextScoreAudio
1234Dearest Jesus, draw Thou near meWERDE MUNTERTextScoreAudio
1235Dread Jehovah, God of nationsBATTYTextScoreAudio
1236Dearest Jesu, we are hereLIEBSTER JESUTextScoreAudio
1237Dear Lord, ascended SaviorHOTCHKISSTextScoreAudio
1238Dear Lord and Master mineFERGUSONTextScoreAudio
1239Dear Lord, on this Thy servant's dayST. BERNARD (Monk)TextScoreAudio
1240Dear Lord, who dwellest with us nowHINSDALETextScoreAudio
1241Dismiss me not Thy service, LordBRUNSWICKTextScoreAudio
1242Days and moments quickly flyingST. SYLVESTERTextScoreAudio
1243Do not be surprised at the suffering you bearWHITER THAN SNOWTextScoreAudio
1244Do not I love Thee, O my Lord?HOWARD (Cuthbert)TextScoreAudio
1245Does Jesus care when my heart is pained[Does Jesus care when my heart is pained]TextScoreAudio
1246The day, O Lord, is spentST. IGNATIUS (Barnby)TextScoreAudio
1247Do no sinful actionNEWLAND (Armstrong)TextScoreAudio
1248O have you had the vision, have you heard the cry[O have you had the vision, have you heard the cry]TextScoreAudio
1249Down from the worlds of radiant lightBRISTOL (Ravenscroft)TextScoreAudio
1250Down in the valley 'midst lilies sweet scented[Down in the valley 'midst lilies sweet scented]TextScoreAudio
1251The stormy winds may blow[The stormy winds may blow]TextScoreAudio
1252If my heart is the Lord's[If my heart is the Lord's]TextScoreAudio
1253My life to the Savior I gave[My life to the Savior I gave]TextScoreAudio
1254Do not worry for your lifeHAVE YOU ANY ROOM FOR JESUSTextScoreAudio
1255The day of redemption hath come with a song[The day of redemption hath come with a song]TextScoreAudio
1256Dost Thou in a manger lie, who hast all createdMAUBURNTextScoreAudio
1257Down at the cross where my Savior died[Down at the cross where my Savior died]TextScoreAudio
1258Down from their home on high[Down from their home on high]TextScoreAudio
1259Down to the sacred waveFERGUSONTextScoreAudio
1260Praise God, from whom all blessings flowOLD 100THTextScoreAudio
1261Lord, weak and impotent I stand[Lord, weak and impotent I stand]TextScoreAudio
1262Draw me nearer, Jesus, nearerFRESNOTextScoreAudio
1263Draw nigh to Thy Jerusalem, O LordWOODLANDSTextScoreAudio
1264Draw nigh and take the body of the LordPENITENTIATextScoreAudio
1265Drawn to the cross, which Thou has blestDUNSTANTextScoreAudio
1266Draw Thou my soul, O Christ, closer to ThineST. EDMUND (Sullivan)TextScoreAudio
1267A dread hath come on meANGSTTextScoreAudio
1268David rejoiced in God his strengthABSCHIEDTextScoreAudio
1269Drifting away from the Savior[Drifting away from the Savior]TextScoreAudio
1270Drop, drop, slow tearsSONG 46 (Gibbons)TextScoreAudio
1271Dear Savior, if these lambs should strayWOODWORTHTextScoreAudio
1272The dawn is sprinkling in the eastWAREHAMTextScoreAudio
1273Dear Savior, stretch Thy loving arms[Dear Savior, stretch Thy loving arms]TextScoreAudio
1274O brother, do something for Jesus[O brother, do something for Jesus]TextScoreAudio
1275Our Lord and His disciplesDAY OF RESTTextScoreAudio
1276Dost thou truly seek renownDAS IST MEINE FREUDETextScoreAudio
1277Defend us, Lord, from every illJOSHUATextScoreAudio
1278Dusky hands are reaching for the bread of life[Dusky hands are reaching for the bread of life]TextScoreAudio
1279Dust to dust, the mortal diesBENEVENTOTextScoreAudio
1280The duteous day now closethINNSBRUCKTextScoreAudio
1281Far away the noise of strife upon my ear is falling[Far away the noise of strife upon my ear is falling]TextScoreAudio
1282Dwell in me, O blessèd Spirit[Dwell in me, O blessèd Spirit]TextScoreAudio
1283Do you know how many starsSTARSTextScoreAudio
1284Do ye, O men, speak righteousnessSWANWICKTextScoreAudio
1285Do you see the Hebrew captive kneeling[Do you see the Hebrew captive kneeling]TextScoreAudio
1286The dying robber raised his aching browOLD 124THTextScoreAudio
1287Dying souls, fast bound in sinCOTTMANTextScoreAudio
1288Do you know the song that the angels sang[Do you know the song that the angels sang]TextScoreAudio
1289Both by day and by night[Both by day and by night]TextScoreAudio
1290Come, oh, come with me where love is beaming[Come, oh, come with me where love is beaming]TextScoreAudio
1291Standing by the cross of Jesus[Standing by the cross of Jesus]TextScoreAudio
1292God has blessed us without measure[God has blessed us without measure]TextScoreAudio
1293Wake, brothers, wake, the dawn is now appearing[Wake, brothers, wake, the dawn is now appearing]TextScoreAudio
1294Oh God that madest earth and skyFIRST MODE MELODYTextScoreAudio
1295O'er the holy city slumbering[O'er the holy city slumbering]TextScoreAudio
1296The earth and the fullness with which it is storedMALDWYNTextScoreAudio
1297The earth, with all that dwell thereinBOARDMANTextScoreAudio
1298O the Easter bells are gladly ringing[O the Easter bells are gladly ringing]TextScoreAudio
1299Easter flowers are blooming bright[Easter flowers are blooming bright]TextScoreAudio
1300Easter, joyous Easter, holy happy time[Easter, joyous Easter, holy happy time]TextScoreAudio

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