Mother's Nursery Songs. New ed.

Editor: T. Hastings
Publisher: M. W. Dodd, New York, N.Y., 1853
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d1A long time ago, when Janett was a child
d2Ah why will my dear little child be so cross
d3And now the day is ending
d4Awake, awake, my love
d5Baby is crying, while mother is trying
d6Baby is sick today
d7Be hushed, my dear
d8By the side of a river so clear
d9Cherries are ripe
d10Child, you're old enough to know
d11Come, arise from thy sleep
d12Come, let us learn to sing
d13Dark night away hath rolled
d14Father and mother, 'tis time to arise
d15Father, father, kiss thy child
d16Free from slumber, free from care
d17From morning till night, it was Lucy's delight
d18Happy, happy child am I
d19Hark, the bell, hear it swell
d20He who spread out the sky
d21Hosannas were by children sung
d22How beauteous the morning appears
d23How fierce the lightning blazes
d24How gentle God's commands
d25How I love my tender mother
d26How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sight
d27How sweet to bless the Lord
d28Hushaby, hushaby, baby do not weep
d29I saw a little lamb today
d30I saw an old cottage of clay
d31I'm not too young for God to see
d32Jesus, tender shepherd, hear us
d33Just now a fragile blossom grew upon a lovely
d34Let children young, with joyful tongue
d35Little brother, darling boy
d36Mama, I see something so dark on the wall
d37My God, who made each shining star
d38My schoolmates are learning to sing
d39Now condescend, almighty king
d40O dear one, how sad is that moan
d41O do not frighten or destroy
d42O, do not wake, sweet little one
d43O don't hurt the dog, poor honest old Tray
d44O if I were a robin
d45O Jesus, delight of my soul My Savior, my Shepherd divine
d46O mother dear, pray tell me where The bees in winter stay
d47O my precious little gem
d48O poor little robin, so cold and so wet
d49O what a naughty dog is that
d50O wild is thy joy
d51One God I must worship supreme
d52Our Father, our Father in heaven
d53Safe sleeping on its mother's breast
d54See that heathen mother stand
d55See the naughty kitten
d56See where, in a thicket of roses
d57Sleep, baby, sleep, no longer weep
d58Sleep, O sleep, while breezes so softly are
d59Slumber sweet, thine eyelids greet
d60Softly in the cradle lie
d61The lillies, how they grow
d62The moon is very fair and bright
d63The night is dark, the wind is high
d64The sun hath [has] gone to rest
d65There was a noble ark
d66There was one little Jack
d67To infant school, to infant school
d68Toll the bell, toll the bell
d69Two good little girls, Marianne and Maria
d70Up in the morning, up my child
d71Weep not, O little one
d72Welcome, welcome, day of rest
d73We'll go to the field for some flowers
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