New Silver Song

Editor: W. A. Ogden
Publisher: W. W. Whitney, Toledo, Oh., 1872
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d1A little lamb forsook the fold
d2A pilgrim and a stranger, I journey on my way
d3Angel voices in the air
d4Angels are waiting our coming
d5Another year has passed away, time swiftly speeds along
d6Are we sowing seeds of kindness
d7As we walk the pilgrim's
d8Behold, what manner of love that Father hath
d9Beyond the dark river of death
d10Blessed Jesus, meek and mild, Stoop to hear a little child
d11Bow down thine ear, O Lord, and hear me
d12Brother, thou art gone to rest
d13Brothers, will you go with me
d14By faith I view my Savior dying
d15Children, rally, rally for the armies
d16Come, come, ye that labor
d17Come into Christ's army, come, join it today
d18Come to Calvary's holy mountain, Sinners ruined by the fall
d19Come to the Savior, children, today
d20Come unto me at the morning hour
d21Come unto me [him], when shadows darkly gather
d22Do not rashly judge
d23Don't you hear the angels sing
d24Father up in heaven, ever
d25Fling out our banner
d26Go work in God's vineyard
d27God made the little bird to sing upon the tree so tall
d28Guide and bless us, O our Father
d29Hail, my ever blessed Jesus
d30Hark, ten thousand harps and voices
d31Hark, the notes of angel voices high in glory
d32Hark, the voice of Jesus
d33Hark to the solemn bell
d34Hark, what mean those holy voices
d35Hasten, Lord, the coming
d36Have we any room for Jesus
d37Have ye heard of the land of promise
d38Have you read the wondrous story
d39Heavenly Father, sovereign [might] Lord
d40Ho thou traveler on life's highway
d41Home at last, they're home
d42How drear is the wilderness way
d43How gentle God's commands
d44How happy [happy's] every child of grace, who [that] feels [knows] his sins forgiven
d45Hush, little Christian child
d46I a little pilgrim stand
d47I am Jesus' little lamb
d48I am looking tonight at the stars so bright
d49I am standing upon the green shore
d50I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest
d51I lay my sins on Jesus
d52I love the blessed Bible
d53I love the Lord, his praises
d54I love the Sunday school
d55I love thee, dear Savior
d56I love to tell the story
d57I need thee, precious Jesus [Jesu], for I am full of sin
d58I want to go where the Savior reigns
d59I wish I were a hummingbird
d60If ye love me, saith the Savior
d61I'm a little pilgrim
d62I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d63In my Father's house are many mansions fair
d64In the golden sunlight, shining bright
d65Is Jesus now your friend
d66Is that the moon rising
d67Is there room among the angels
d68Is thy trembling heart aweary
d69Jerusalem, the golden, with milk and honey blest
d70Jesus loves little children, he is their Friend
d71Jesus loves the little children, Once he took them on his knee
d72Let us pass over, the Master
d73Little children, listen, Do you hear the Sabbath bells
d74Little hearts, O Lord, may love thee
d75Little pilgrim art thou weary
d76Lo the star in the east
d77Long my spirit pined in sorrow
d78Many blind and halt and withered
d79Many sweet children have lived and died
d80Marching, we're marching with banner and song
d81Merry laughing, sparkling water
d82Music, sweet music from angels
d83O, aged believer whose feet
d84O blessed Savior, Lord above
d85O if my house is built upon a rock
d86O let us be faithful
d87O when shall I dwell in a mansion
d88O where shall rest be found
d89O wondrous story of the Lord
d90O yes, we'll go to our Father's home
d91O'er the waters, dark and foaming
d92Only one crossing over
d93Only waiting till the shadows
d94Onward children, do not tarry
d95Onward, press onward, the great command
d96Open the door for the children
d97Pleasant is the Sabbath day
d98Praise Jehovah in the highest
d99Reaching after sunbeams
d100Ring out the bells for Christmas

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