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The Lyceum Guide

Editor: E. R. Tuttle
Publisher: Hudson Tuttle & Co., Chicago, Ill., 1894
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d1A grand old song, so sweet and strong
d2A traveler on the road
d3Angel fair, angel fair
d4Be happy, be happy, for bright is the earth
d5Be kind to dumb creatures
d6Be kind to each other
d7Beautiful angel, silver voiced angel
d8Beautiful star in heaven so bright
d9Bright days of which the angels sing
d10Brothers, be ye who ye may
d11Cherish kindly feelings, children
d12Come and join in our work
d13Come, let us sing together
d14Come to the woods, come to the woods
d15Dare to be [do] right, dare to be true
d16Don't kill the birds, the little birds
d17Far over ocean, o'er moorland
d18From the west where the rivers
d19Go onward, Hands of mercy
d20God bless the little children, Wherever thy may be
d21God, help our loving band
d22He who seeks the truth and trembles
d23Hearts of love with hands
d24High hopes that burn [burned] like stars sublime
d25Hushed be the battle's fearful roar
d26I live for those who love me for those I know are true
d27I think of a city
d28If we knew the woe and heartache waiting
d29If you cannot on the ocean sail among [amongst] the swiftest fleet
d30Immortal Love, forever full
d31Kind words bless every ear
d32Let us love while we may
d33Let us pause in life's pleasures
d34Let us set the great world ringing
d35Low murmurs of music
d36March on beneath the banner
d37Meet us, angels, at the gate
d38Merrily, merrily ring the bells
d39Morn amid the mountains
d40O be careful, ever careful
d41O hear the shout of the brave ring out
d42O hours most sacred to the soul
d43O let not sobs of woe
d44O sometimes gleams upon our [my] sight
d45O the beautiful hills where the blest have trod
d46O the cheering dreams we know
d47O the firm old Rock
d48O ye who once were mortals
d49Our hearts are bound together
d50Ring the bells of mercy, Ring them loud
d51Sing, for the angels
d52Stand by the guard
d53Stand by the weak and small
d54Tell me the old, old story of mercy
d55Tell me the song of the beautiful stars
d56The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d57The turf shall be my fragrant shrine
d58The waves are bright with rosy light
d59There is many a rest in [on] the road of life
d60There's a land far away, mid the stars
d61Throw out the life line across the dark wave
d62We all live for those
d63We are marching on, we are marching on
d64We have heard of the good time
d65We love the Father, he's so good
d66When the children are gone
d67Where have the souls of our
d68Where the roses ne'er shall wither
d69Would you have a form of beauty
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