The Mother's Nursery Songs

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Editor: Thomas Hastings
Publisher: John P. Haven, New York, 1835
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7Lullaby, lullaby, Do not wake and weepPage Scan
8Sleep, baby, sleep, No longer weepPage Scan
9Hushaby, hushaby, baby do not weepPage Scan
10Slumber sweet, Thine eyelids greetPage Scan
11Softly in the cradle liePage Scan
12O, do not wake, sweet little onePage Scan
13Welcome, welcome, little strangerPage Scan
14How gently she sleeps, How silent she keepsPage Scan
15O dear one, how sad is that moanPage Scan
16O, my precious little gemPage Scan
17Safe sleeping on its mother's breastPage Scan
18Hush, hush, While flowrets blushPage Scan
19Weep not, my little onePage Scan
20Mother dear, the baby criesPage Scan
21Hark, hark, the merry larkPage Scan
22Up in the morning, up my childPage Scan
23Come, arise from thy sleepPage Scan
24Father and mother, 'tis time to arisePage Scan
25O, wild is thy joyPage Scan
26There was one little JackPage Scan
27Ah, why will my dear little child be so crossPage Scan
28O poor little robin, so cold and so wetPage Scan
29O hear the chickens pipPage Scan
30Cherries are ripePage Scan
31Hark, the bell, Hear it swellPage Scan
32Baby is crying, While mother is tryingPage Scan
33Baby is sick todayPage Scan
34Father, father, kiss thy childPage Scan
35Love my Father so dearPage Scan
36See the naughty kittenPage Scan
37O, what a naughty dog is thatPage Scan
38To infant school, to infant schoolPage Scan
39Oh! don't hurt the dog, poor honest old TrayPage Scan
40Toll the bell, Toll the bellPage Scan
41He who spread out the skyPage Scan
42There was a noble arkPage Scan
43Child, you're old enough to knowPage Scan
44The moon is very fair and brightPage Scan
45One God I must worship supremePage Scan
46Two good little girls, Marianne and MariaPage Scan
47How I love my tender motherPage Scan
48O, mother dear, pray tell me wherePage Scan
49I saw an old cottage of clayPage Scan
50From morning till night it was Lucy's delightPage Scan
51Come, let us learn to singPage Scan
52The A, B, C, is pleasant to mePage Scan
53I saw a little lamb todayPage Scan
54O, if I were a robin, I'd soon be on the wingPage Scan
55A long time ago, when Janett was a childPage Scan
56See that heathen mother standPage Scan
57Just now a fragile blossom grew upon a lovely stemPage Scan
58By the side of a river so clearPage Scan
60Hark, hark, the voice of springPage Scan
61Now I lay me down to sleepPage Scan
62The sun hath gone to restPage Scan
63Dark night away hath roll'dPage Scan
64The night is dark, the wind is highPage Scan
65Awake, awake, my lovePage Scan
66And now the day is endingPage Scan
67Happy, happy child am IPage Scan
68How fierce the lightning blazesPage Scan
69Our Father, our Father in heav'nPage Scan
70O, Jesus, delight of my soulPage Scan
71Children, listen to the LordPage Scan
72Hosannas were by children sungPage Scan
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