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The Eolian Harp: a collection of hymns and tunes for Sunday schools and Band of Hope meetings

Editor: Rev. J. W. Dadmun
Publisher: J. P. Magee (For sale by), Boston, Mass., 1860
Language: English
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3Come, ye children, and adore himPage Scan
4The labors of another yearPage Scan
5We come! we come! with loud acclaimPage Scan
6aWe are little flower budsPage Scan
6bWould you be as angels arePage Scan
7We're bound for the land of the pure and the holyPage Scan
8Once again in gladness meetingPage Scan
9Come, let us all awakePage Scan
10aAnd may I still get there?Page Scan
10bWeep, little children, weepPage Scan
11Depth of mercy? can there bePage Scan
12When sickness, pain, and deathPage Scan
13aOh sing to me of heavenPage Scan
13bCome, children, come to GodPage Scan
14O happy land! O happy land!Page Scan
15We love to go to Sabbath schoolPage Scan
16Out on an ocean all boundless, we ridePage Scan
17aStay, brother, stay! whither going so fast?Page Scan
17bIn life's bright morning the tempest we bravePage Scan
18Sabbath schools must have their meetingPage Scan
19Kind words can never die, Cherished and blestPage Scan
20Whither, pilgrims, are you going[Whither, pilgrims, are you going]Page Scan
21I want to be an angel, and with the angels standPage Scan
22In the Christian's home in gloryPage Scan
23O'er dark abodes of sorrowPage Scan
24Come, and sing with joy and gladnessPage Scan
25'Tis religion that can give--In the lightPage Scan
26Call the children early, motherPage Scan
27I'm but a traveler here, Heaven is my homePage Scan
28There is a place where my hopes are stayedPage Scan
29Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy namePage Scan
30My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
31O happy day that fixed my choicePage Scan
32The night comes stealing inPage Scan
33Oh come, let us signPage Scan
34aSalvation! O the joyful sound!Page Scan
34bI'm not too young to love the LordPage Scan
35Our Shepherd's watchful care His flock shall safely keepPage Scan
36Happy the children who are gonePage Scan
37Now we lift our tuneful voicesPage Scan
38We're the lambs of the flockPage Scan
39The Lord attends when children prayPage Scan
40Joyfully, Joyfully onward I movePage Scan
41Little drops of waterPage Scan
42With banner and with badge we comePage Scan
43aArouse, New England sons, arouse!Page Scan
43bSome love to drink from the foamy brinkPage Scan
44Will you come to the spring that is sparkling and lightPage Scan
45aCome, come, come to the fount clear and sweetPage Scan
45bLet the still air rejoicePage Scan
46March to the battle fieldPage Scan
47A glorious day is breakingPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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