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The Dove: a Collection

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d1Back and forth, back and forth
d2Beautiful angel on pinions of light
d3Blest are the pure in heart, For they shall see our [their] God
d4Bright shine the rays of the beautiful morning
d5Children of Jerusalem place the royal diadem
d6Come from the hilltop, the vale, and the glen
d7Come, O blessed Savior
d8Don't kill the little soft-furred rabbit
d9Don't you wish you were a bird
d10Down in that cottage lives Weaver John
d11Father, from whose hand doth spring
d12Father, I go to thee, Father, O show to me
d13Four little feet on the entry
d14Free, free, free, shall all our country be
d15Harvest fields with golden glow
d16Hear us, our Father, while we pray
d17I would if I could, though much
d18If I were an angel, with a bright and starry crown
d19If you want to see the light
d20In the springtime, little sister
d21Jesus loves thee
d22Jesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You]
d23Let us with a joyful mind
d24Lightly, gently, gaily glide
d25Little floweret, press thy way
d26Lo the ranks of youth and beauty
d27Lord Jesus, God and man
d28Make hay, while the sun shines
d29Now to the Lord on high
d30O yes, the Lord loved children
d31One day I saw a little child
d32See the merry farmer boy
d33The fishers sat within their boat
d34The morning is beaming
d35The shoemaker sat amid wax and leather
d36There flowed a little troubled stream
d37There's a bright fire in the forge
d38These temperance folks do crowd us awfully
d39They were watching on the hillsides
d40Thou art ever present, Father
d41'Tis wrong to be cross, dear
d42To Jesus our God and our King
d43Upon the house, no delay, no pause
d44We are pilgrims seeking a city
d45When Jesus Christ was on earth
d46Who is he in yonder stall
d47Who will meet me when I die
d48With eager step, and hearts in tune
d49With eager step, and hearts in tune
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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