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Linden Harp: a rare collection of popular melodies adapted to sacred and moral songs, original and selected. Illustrated. Also a manual of...

Editor: Lilla Linden
Publisher: Printed for the author, New York, 1855
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to numbers for hymns starting on the same page.
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15Wake and sing! children sing!Page Scan
17aO what a lovely thing it is to learn to singPage Scan
17bCome, let our voices joinPage Scan
17cJoy, joy, through all the landPage Scan
17dCome, children ere we partPage Scan
18How precious is the storyPage Scan
19aI want to be an angel, and with the angels standPage Scan
19bLittle drops of waterPage Scan
20aHer dimpled hands were clasped in prayerPage Scan
20bWake little child, the morn is gayPage Scan
21There is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
22aHome, home, can I forget thee?Page Scan
22bThou, Lord, reignest in this bosomPage Scan
23A sun has risen on the worldPage Scan
24Music! 'tis sweet to every earPage Scan
25aHow doth the little busy beePage Scan
25bThe flowers are blooming everywherePage Scan
25cMy hands, how nicely they are madePage Scan
26Joyfully, joyfully, onward I [we] movePage Scan
27O may my heart discoverPage Scan
28aLet us love one anotherPage Scan
28b'Tis the last rose of summerPage Scan
30I'm a lonely trav'ler herePage Scan
31It only seems like yesterdayPage Scan
32Who shall sing if not the childrenPage Scan
33aLittle children, love the SaviorPage Scan
33bSing, sing brother, singPage Scan
34There is a home, a home fadeless and brightPage Scan
35Whene'er we meet, you [we] always sayPage Scan
36The pearl which worldlings covetPage Scan
37Shall Simon bear his cross alonePage Scan
38aO, Linden tree, how sweet art thouPage Scan
38bGentle words should oft be heardPage Scan
39A giddy lamb, one afternoonPage Scan
40aChildren of Jerusalem sang the praisePage Scan
40bHaste thee, school-boy, haste awayPage Scan
41Children all, both great and smallPage Scan
42My days of youth, tho' not from folly freePage Scan
43Escaped from mortal anguish, Lovely childPage Scan
44I love the Sunday schoolPage Scan
45aGo to thy rest, my childPage Scan
45bI am happyPage Scan
46On Sabbath morning, O how pleasantPage Scan
47I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarryPage Scan
48'Tis a lesson you should heedPage Scan
49aNever say "I can't" my dearPage Scan
49bWhat means that strange word on the flagPage Scan
50How pleasant is the Sabbath schoolPage Scan
51aCome to our Sabbath SchoolPage Scan
51bSavior, once fond parents brought TheePage Scan
51cCome to the mercy seat, Come to the placePage Scan
52In peace with all the world we'll livePage Scan
53aJoin we in chorusPage Scan
53bJoin in a choursPage Scan
54Come, let us sing of Jesus, While hearts and accents blendPage Scan
55aTo thee, O blessed Savior, our grateful songs we raisePage Scan
55bWe bring no glittering treasures, no gemsPage Scan
55cThough sinful, weak, and erringPage Scan
56aMorn amid the mountainsPage Scan
56bLo the heavens are breakingPage Scan
57O, children, come, and look at mePage Scan
58I had a faithful motherPage Scan
59aO loving and forgivingPage Scan
59bHark, the pealingPage Scan
60Shall we oppress'd with sadnessPage Scan
61aImprove the passing hoursPage Scan
61bLet each one love the otherPage Scan
62Shall e'er cold water be forgotPage Scan
63There was an old decanterPage Scan
64aShe sleeps--a weary onePage Scan
64bThe praises of my tonguePage Scan
65Here we suffer grief and pain; Here we meet to part againPage Scan
66How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning [season] of restPage Scan
67aWhat seraph like music falls sweet on my earPage Scan
67bStay awhile, little bee, in this blossom so gayPage Scan
67cB patient, B prayerful, B humble, B mildPage Scan
68O come, let us sing!Page Scan
69Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascendingPage Scan
70O welcome lightPage Scan
71aEach flower holds upPage Scan
71bThe morning brightPage Scan
71cThe daylight fadesPage Scan
72Go thou, in life's fair morningPage Scan
73aKnow ye the place where we gather each dayPage Scan
73bHere o'er the earth as a stranger I roamPage Scan
74Our Father in heaven we hallow thy namePage Scan
75We'll not give up the BiblePage Scan
76O speak softly to thy comradePage Scan
77aAngry words are lightly spokenPage Scan
77bLittle children, love each otherPage Scan
78Amid the blue and starry skyPage Scan
79aNone is like God, who reigns abovePage Scan
79bWe have no words with which to tellPage Scan
80Come, let us sweetly singPage Scan
81Preserved by thine almighty powerPage Scan
82The Bible, more precious than goldPage Scan
84Little travelers Zionward, Each one enteringPage Scan
85Happy are the children whose God is the LordPage Scan
86Our Savior bids the children comePage Scan
87aSee the kind Shepherd, Jesus, standsPage Scan

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