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The Hymnal for Boys and Girls

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
1For the beauty of the earthDIXText
2With happy voices singing TOURSText
3Joyful, joyful, we adore theeHYMN TO JOYText
4Let us with a gladsome mindINNOCENTSText
5O come let us worship and bow down[O come, let us worship and bow down]Text
6Come, praise your Lord and SaviourEXTOLText
7All creatures of our God and KingLASST UNS ERFREUENText
8Far round the world thy children sing their songRUTGERSText
9Let all the world in every corner singUNIVERSAL PRAISEText
10Joy to the world! the Lord is comeANTIOCHText
11Hark! the vesper hymn is stealingVESPER HYMNText
12Great Master, touch us with thy skilful handsSUNDOWNText
13Jesus, gentlest SaviourADORO TE DEVOTEText
14This is my Father's worldDIADEMATAText
15Winter day, frosty day!WINTER HYMNText
16Our Father made the lovely earthPATMOS
17See, how mighty treesTREES
18The ships glide in at the harbor's mouthDEO GRATIASText
19Come, children, lift your voicesHARVESTText
20My God, I thank thee who hast madeWENTWORTHText
21For flowers that bloom about our feetSACKETTText
22O Father, thou who givest allWINCHESTER NEWText
23Thy Word is like a garden, LordGABRIELText
24Lord, Thy word abidethALL SAINTSText
25Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S WINDSORText
26Now thank we all our GodNUN DANKETText
27We plough the fields, and scatterDRESDENText
28Once more the liberal year laughs outMELANESIAText
29O little town of BethlehemST. LOUISText
30Silent night! holy night!STILLE NACHTText
31Our Lady came to BethlehemST. THOMAS
32As I sat on a sunny bankCHRISTMASText
33I saw three ships come sailing inCHRISTMASText
34It came upon the midnight clearANGELS' CAROLText
35Bring a torch, Jeannette, IsabellaUN FLAMBEAUText
36The first Nowel the angel did say[The First Nowell the angel did say]Text
37The first good joy that Mary hadJOYS SEVENText
38We three kings of Orient areTHREE KINGS OF ORIENTText
39Hark! the herald angels singMENDELSSOHNText
40Wise men seeking Jesus GUIDING STARText
41God rest you merry, gentlemen[God rest you merry, gentlemen]Text
42The sky can still rememberCHENIESText
43Saw you never in the twilightTHE STARText
43bSaw you never in the twilightTHE WISE MENText
44Hosanna! loud hosanna!ELLACOMBEText
45All in the darknessEASTER SONGText
46Spirit of Life, in this new dawnHESPERUS
47The glory of God shines white on the liliesMORNING
48Jesus Christ is ris'n today, Alleluia!WORGANText
49It is the joyful Easter timeEASTERTIMEText
50The Sabbath it was by[The Sabbath it was by]
51O Master workman of the raceRIPONText
52Strong, righteous Man of GalileeMELITAText
53Lord, we come with hearts aflameST. ATHANASIUS'Text
54O Jesus, once a Nazareth boyGABRIELText
55God, who touchest earth with beautyQUINQUAGESIMA
56Life has loveliness to sellHALLETTText
57My body is a templeLANCASHIRE
58The body, Lord, is ours to keepDOLUT
59I would be true, for there are those who trust mePEEKText
60Little things that run and quailTHORNWOOD
61Be strong! FORTITUDEText
62God send us men whose aim will 'twill beMELROSEText
63These things shall be - a loftier raceMENDONText
64Marching with the heroesGODFREYText
65Onward, Christian soldiersST. GERTRUDEText
66Jesus, thou divine CompanionALLELUIAText
67We ask not that the stones be breadCANONBURYText
68O first of many prophetsST. GILES
69Peace in our time, O LordDIADEMATA
70At length there dawns the glorious dayALL SAINTS NEWText
71To thee, O heavenly FatherSUPPLICATIONText
72In Christ there is no East or WestST. PETERText
73The world came to my home to-dayINTERCESSIONText
74God of the nations, near and farSAWLEYText
75Our Father! Thy dear name doth showBETHLEHEMText
76The fathers built this cityALFORDText
77My country, 'tis of theeAMERICAText
78O Lord, our God, thy mighty hand DE KOVENText
79O beautiful for spacious skiesMATERNAText
80O beautiful, my country!SALVE DOMINEText
81Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the LordBATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLICText
82Lord, while for all mankind we prayABERDEENText
83God of the nations, who, from dawn of daysPRO PATRIAText
84All beautiful the march of daysSHACKLEFORDText
85Now the spring has come again, joy and warmth will followRODNEYText
86The summer days are come againSOLL'S SEINText
87Fairest Lord JesusST. ELISABETHText
88Lord, guard and guide the men who flyLEIPZIGText
89I thank thee, Lord, for quiet restMERIELText
90Dear Father, keep me through this dayGUIDANCEText
91Through the night thy spirit keptBOYCEText
92New every morning is the loveMELCOMBEText
93Good day to you allGREETING
94Jesus, tender shepherd, hear meBROCKLESBURYText
95God be with you till we meet again!DOMINUS VOBISCUMText
96Enrich, Lord, heart, mouth, hands in meHOLY CROSSText
97Soft falls the nightST. BARTHOLOMEW'S
98Very softly I will walkGOD'S PRESENCE
99Lord, who lovest little childrenCHILDREN'S PRAYERText

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