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Marching Songs for Young Crusaders No. 3

Editor: Anna Adams Gordon
Publisher: Woman's Temperance Publication Association, Chicago, Ill., 1895
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d1A band of youthful soldiers, to battle for the right
d2A call is heard throughout the land
d3A glad, good time is coming
d4A little robin sweetly singing
d5All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d6All round the world, wherever children dwell
d7All things beautiful and fair
d8At my school house desk I sit
d9Banging of the hammer
d10Calmly the stars were shining
d11Columbia, chosen land, and kept by God's right hand
d12Come join in our home loving White Ribbon Long
d13Ever onward we are marching
d14For our native land, we meet today
d15Forward, men of valor
d16God of battles be our Leader
d17Good night, good night, we hope again to meet you
d18Hail to the springtime, the wide world adorning
d19Heirs of a throne eternal
d20I know a little fairy, who lurks within the well
d21If you want to learn philosophy of true Platonic sort
d22Joyously we march on, hailing the glad day
d23Just out upon life's flowing river
d24Let every white ribboner list to our voice
d25List to the tread of many feet
d26Mine eyes have seen the glory
d27My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d28Now the daylight goes away
d29O give, yes, give, and look for the blessing
d30O we are young crusaders in the army of the King
d31O who will be there the victory to share
d32Onward Christian maidens
d33Ring the bells of mercy, Ring them loud
d34Sing a song of sixpence, pocket full of rye
d35Sparkling and bright in its liquid light
d36Springtime and blossomtime, fair and sunny weather
d37Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the cross
d38Take my life, and let it be, consecrated
d39The hours are viewless angels
d40The temperance ship is sailing across the stormy wave
d41There's a child outside your door
d42There's a shadow on the home
d43There's a word of wisdom for young and old
d44'Tis the time for earnest doing
d45Tramp, tramp, tramp, o'er the wide world we go
d46'Twas on a bright spring morning
d47Wake the echoes with our singing
d48We are on the temperance railroad speeding through the
d49We live for those who love us
d50Welcome, thrice welcome here, brave comrades
d51We're a temperance legion, singing as we come
d52We're down on whiskey selling
d53Who is on the Lord's side, who will serve
d54Yes, we are young crusaders
d55Youthful crusaders are we
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