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Calvary Melodies Book One

Author: Bruce M. Hughes
Publisher: Calvary Melodies, Olympia, Washington, 1963
Notes: Hymns are numbered by page numbers.
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1Oftem I wander and stumble about[oftem i wander and stumble about]
2Do you ever wonder why He loved your soul?[do you ever wonder why he loved your soul]
4What's heaven like you ask[what's heaven like you ask]
6“Where are the nine?” the Savior said[where are the nine the savior said]
8When I behold the wondrous beauty of the Son of man[when I behold the wondrous beauty of the son of man]
10On Calvary's cross my Savior bore my shame[on calvarys cross my savior bore my shame]
12Here we have our troubles and our fears[here we have our troubles and our fears]
14Father, we thank thee for all thy blessings[father we thank thee for all thy blessings]
15Oft the way seems so very dark[oft the way seems so very dark]
16Mankind is lost, millions are dying[mankind is lost millions are dying]
17He has arisen and all life is singing[he has arisen and all life is singing]
18How often the struggle seems endless and futile[how often the struggle seems endless and futile]
20Oh, what's it all about? Are we but chasing dreams?[oh whats it all about are we but chasing dreams]
22Long ago they sang[long ago they sang]
23Christmas time, Christmas time, Christmas time is here[christmas time christmas time christmas time is here]
24The shepherds stayed by their flocks[the shepherds stayed by their flocks]
26Sleep on my baby for thou art my treasure[sleep on my baby for thou art my treasure]
27He came to me so tenderly[he came to me so tenderly]
28I shut Him out, I did not know just who He was[i shut him out i did not know just who he was]
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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