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Excellent Songs

Publisher: H. M. Eagle, Burke's Garden, Va., 1915
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d1Battle-fought, go forth to the conflict
d2Crossing the river, bound for the heavenly shore
d3Death has again bereft us, again we've said goodbye
d4Farewell, farewell, may Jesus guide and keep you
d5From us thou hast been called away
d6Here's the song our old clock sings
d7Home is always happy, if the Lord is there
d8How sweet to know that, while we bear
d9I know that foes are always near
d10I saw her in a pasture lot
d11In the presence of Jesus, the King
d12In the west descended, has the golden sun
d13Jesus doth lead, and we gladly follow
d14Jim used to have a steady job and lots of dough
d15Let the battle rage
d16Little lanterns we must be
d17Loved one, farewell, we look once more
d18O sing today, and praise the mighty Lord of all
d19Once on a time there was a man, His name was Peter
d20Once while strolling with my girl
d21One friend, more than any other
d22Sing, redeemed of every nation
d23Sitting in a corner, on a Sunday eve
d24Ten little sowers for Jesus we are
d25There is a gate that stands ajar
d26There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than day
d27There's a sorrowless, painless, happy land
d28Thou art safe with Jesus, friend of sunny days
d29Thou hast gone to yonder city
d30Wait until I meet that fellow with a wart upon his nose
d31We come with merry songs and gay
d32What a multitude of singers will surround the throne
d33When the path is muddy and the night is dark
d34When the storms of life are raging I just cling
d35Where the glory songs are swelling
d36Where'er I go, my Lord will lead
d37Work on with purpose true
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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