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The Linnet: a Collection

Editor: G. F. Root, J. R. Murray
Publisher: Root & Cady, Chicago, Ill., 1867
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d1Along the silent path
d2Apples are ripe
d3Brothers and sisters, a joyous lay
d4Come brave little soldiers
d5Come, come to the Christmas tree!
d6Come to the beautiful Shepherd
d7Dear mother when my prayer is said
d8Five little pairs
d9From western wilds and waters
d10Glory is shed on a conqueror's brow
d11Here are the berries I plucked
d12Here in thy house, O God, we meet
d13Holy Father, please to hear me
d14I should like to die, said Willie
d15In the narrow path to the golden
d16Let the children shout and sing
d17Let's be happy while we may
d18Little knees should lowly bend
d19Little plaid sunbonnet
d20O come, Christian teacher, from shores
d21O merry is the greenwood
d22O when upon my little bed
d23Our heavenly Father, hear, In
d24Out in the porch by the open door
d25Over the river the hills of the blest
d26Over the sea to unknown shores
d27Peaches round are ripe and golden
d28Pretty blue eyed little Mary
d29Ruler of the earth and skies
d30See, the hill is clad in snow
d31Softly down the happy valley
d32Sowing seed, sowing seed
d33The fruits are all gathered
d34Thou knowest how each word of thine
d35Through the dark and silent forests
d36To and fro our hands are swinging
d37To thee, O God, we offer our joyful songs
d38Under the drifts my violets
d39We have come, our heavenly Father
d40We welcome you, we welcome you
d41When, his salvation bringing [sending]
d42When in every leafy dell
d43When our earthly life is ended
d44When the morn is bright and fair
d45With songs of rejoicing
d46Would you like a home in heaven
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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