The Man of Galilee

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Editor: P. D. Bird
Publisher: Haight Bird Co., San Diego, Calif., 1920
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d1Close to my heart are the days so dear to me
d2Day by day a sweeter glory
d3Draw near, O Man of Galilee
d4How dear is the memory of childhood's low prayer
d5I come, O Man of Galilee, A weary heart in search of
d6I come, O Man of Galilee, to follow in thy train
d7I linger where shadows soft color the day
d8I love just to sing of the Man of Galilee
d9I love to walk in friendship's ways
d10In old Judea's glory a memory lies impearled
d11In the old church of childhood
d12In the sweet of the gleaming that jewels the day
d13Like a dream come softly stealing
d14Like a sweet and gentle flower
d15Nearer I'd be to thee
d16No more then to wander nor lonely may I be
d17O how dearly I love him
d18O Man of Galilee, I come
d19Over all a bright star is gleaming
d20The days had been long without you, Jesus
d21The flowers in heaven's garden are ever sweet
d22The sun shines bright o'er the pathway that I tread
d23There's a soft light agleaming far across the world
d24Though places I have known no more I see
d25Though tender hearts of love surround me
d26When even tide draws near
d27When the shades of evening gather Tender
d28When twilight is falling I wait for my Lord
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