Dainty Songs for Little Lads and Lasses

Editor: James R. Murray
Publisher: John Church, New York, N.Y., 1887
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d1A boy once caught a tomtit gay
d2A grasshopper knocked at a beehive door
d3A million little diamonds
d4A soldier, a soldier
d5A wonderful house have I
d6And Jesus said suffer little children to come to me
d7Angel voices, angel voices, sounding through the air
d8Away in a [the] manger, no crib
d9Be in time for every call
d10Bobolink, do not drink
d11Buzz, buzz, buzz
d12Charlie wants a piece of bread
d13Cluck, cluck, cluck
d14Come and stand beside me, children
d15Come learn of the way to the Savior
d16Dainty songs for little lads
d17Days of summer glory, days I love to see
d18Dear Jesus ever at my side, How loving must
d19Down in that cottage lives Weaver John
d20Drummer boy, drummer boy, where are you speeding
d21Each little flower that opens
d22Each one has a mission
d23Early seeking, early finding
d24Easter bells are ringing
d25Every morn, all among the corn
d26Fairy vessels in the sky
d27Falling all the night time
d28Far out in the meadow He's calling
d29First of all we stand in line
d30Foolish old hen
d31For Christ is our Endeavor
d32Give, give, said the little stream
d33God bless the home, though humble
d34Hear the music of the rain falling down
d35How sweet the song that rolls along
d36HowI love the blooming spring
d37Hurrah, for the morning of mornings
d38I always have had an awkward tongue
d39I am coming, I am coming
d40I am so glad that our [my] Father [Savior] in heaven
d41I know God made the sun
d42I love to hear the story which angel [heavenly] voices tell
d43I need not go to India
d44I would love thee, O my Savior
d45If the air is fresh and cool
d46If you cannot cross the ocean
d47In the snowing and the blowing
d48Into thy loving care
d49Is there anything that I can do
d50Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] light
d51Jesus loves the little children
d52Jesus once was a little child
d53Jesus, when he left the sky
d54Jipidee, jipidee, blithe and gay
d55Katy did, Katy did
d56Knit, Dorothy, knit
d57Let us, gladly singing, pour
d58Little children, can you tell
d59Little eyes, little eyes Open with the morning light
d60Little floweret, press thy way
d61Little hands, little hearts
d62Little knees should lowly bend
d63Little May had finished washing
d64Little rosy red cheek said unto a clover
d65Love him, trust him, him alone
d66Loving Father, hear thy children
d67Merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas bells
d68My Aunt Jerusha has a cat
d69My light is but a little one
d70My little friends and schoolmates dear
d71Nannie clover
d72Never you mind the crowd, lad
d73November gave a party
d74Now good night, now good night, work is ended
d75Now the farmer sows his seed
d76Now the sun is sinking
d77O children's day in the summer's prize
d78O lily fair, O lily fair
d79O the lovely, lovely May
d80O violet, darling violet
d81O we can play on this big bass drum
d82O what can little hands do to please the King of heaven
d83O where are you going my dear little bird
d84One Christmas Eve, when Santa Claus came
d85One, two, three
d86Pity the bells in the steeple, ding, dong
d87Raindrops raindrops gently
d88Rap, rap, rap, Rap, rap, rap
d89Ring, tingaling, ring
d90See the shining dewdrops
d91Shake, shake the branches
d92Shoemaker John is a busy old man
d93Sing, pretty birds, and build your nests
d94Sleeping in the sunshine
d95Suffer little children to come unto me
d96Sweet little bird with golden wing
d97Swiftly the moments pass away
d98Take this motto for your life
d99The bell tolls one
d100The bright May morn is come again

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