The Lyceum Guide: a collection of songs, hymns, and chants; lessons, readings, and recitations; marches and calisthenics. (With illustrations.) together with programmes and exercises ...

Editor: J. M. Peebles, J. O. Barrett, Emma Tuttle
Publisher: Adams & Co., Boston, 1870
Denomination: Spiritualism
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page. Several pages are missing from the page scans.
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5Beautiful star in heaven so bright
6O the beautiful hills where the blest have trod
8Tell me the song of the beautiful stars
9aCherish kindly feelings, childrenPage Scan
9bWould you have a form of beautyPage Scan
10Let us love while we mayPage Scan
12O ye who once were mortalsPage Scan
13aOur hearts are bound togetherPage Scan
13bCome let us sing togetherPage Scan
14Meet us, angels, at the gatePage Scan
15If you cannot on the ocean sail among [amongst] the swiftest fleet
16Come to the woods, come to the woods
17A grand old song, so sweet and strong
18I think of a city
20Ye fairy days, when life
21O the firm old Rock
22O let not sobs of woe
23The turf shall be my fragrant shrinePage Scan
24Merrily, merrily ring the bellsPage Scan
25Morn amid the mountainsPage Scan
26Be happy, be happy, for bright is the earthPage Scan
27Where the roses ne'er shall witherPage Scan
28Let us live for the rightPage Scan
29A traveler on the roadPage Scan
30We are marching on, we are marching onPage Scan
31He who seeks the truth and tremblesPage Scan
32Low murmurs of musicPage Scan
36The waves are bright with rosy lightPage Scan
38Where have the souls of ourPage Scan
40Let us set the great world ringingPage Scan
42Far over ocean, o'er moorlandPage Scan
44From the west where the riversPage Scan
46There's a land far away, mid the starsPage Scan
47Sing, for the angelsPage Scan
48O the cheering dreams we knowPage Scan
50I live for those who love me for those I know are truePage Scan
51aBe kind to each other
51bHushed be the battle's fearful roarPage Scan
52High hopes that burn [burned] like stars sublime
53Blend your voices, full and string
54Beautiful angel, silver voiced angelPage Scan
56O sometimes gleams upon our [my] sightPage Scan
57There is many a rest in [on] the road of lifePage Scan
58In the angel's home in gloryPage Scan
59Let us pause in life's pleasures[Let us pause in life's pleasures]Page Scan
60If we know the woe and heartache waitingPage Scan
61Brothers, be ye who ye mayPage Scan
62We love the Father, he's so goodPage Scan
63O sacred presence, Life divinePage Scan
64aO Truth, we turn to thee as to the lightPage Scan
64bWalk with the beautiful and with the grandPage Scan
64cWith silence only as their benediction, the angels comePage Scan
65aImmortal ones who tread [trod] the arching wayPage Scan
65bThe night has gathered upPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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