Pure Light

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Editor: S. K. Whiting
Publisher: C. D. Russell & Co., Boston, Mass., 1875
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d1A glass of spring water
d2A goodly thing it is to meet
d3A sadness shadows every brow
d4A song, a joyous song tonight
d5A song to the bubbling spring
d6A song to the pledge
d7Aloft the temperance banner floats
d8Away away away away
d9Beware the wine cup's rosy glow
d10Blest be the sacred tie that binds
d11Boys and girls together come
d12Bright and sparkling water
d13Bright, bright water, sparkling and free
d14Brightly beams the morning sun
d15Brothers, life has glorions heights
d16Cheer boys cheer, fling out your banner proudly
d17Children come, while onward pressing
d18Come and join us in our pleasures
d19Come freeman, strike the avenging blew
d20Come, friends and brethren, all unite
d21Come, friends of temperance, come
d22Come join the sons of temperance
d23Come sign the pledge, come
d24Dear Father come with me
d25Dear Father, think of mother's tears
d26Don't go near the barroom, brother
d27Down yonder by the cool green meadow
d28Each flower holds up a dainty cup
d29Evening shades around are falling
d30Far out on the sea of intemperance today
d31Fill, fill the bowl with rosy wine
d32Friends of freedom, swell the song
d33Give me a draught from the crystal spring
d34God of love, whose boundless mercy
d35Gushing so bright in the mornning light
d36Hail the day when all poor drunkards
d37Hark, the voice of choral song Floats upon the breeze along
d38How bright the sun of freedom burns
d39Hurrah for the cause we love
d40I am so glad that father's come
d41I come I come from my mystic home
d42I gave to thee my young heart's love
d43I saw him in his youthful days
d44I used to love a social glass
d45I wonder why he comes not home
d46I'll never be a slave again
d47I'm a little laughing rill
d48Join the ranks, join the ranks
d49Leagued with all the powers of darkness
d50Let others praise the ruby wine
d51Let temperance and her sons rejoice
d52List, the one grand chorus
d53March on, brave youth, the field of strife
d54May the temperance banner wave
d55Merry Christmas now is here
d56Now help us, Lord, the pledge to keep
d57O, a goodly thing is the cooling spring
d58O come, brother, come, why will you not go
d59O give the drunkard freedom
d60O have you heard the fearful news
d61O have you heard the glorious news that round
d62O I'm the happiest man alive
d63O I'm the jolliest man alive
d64O listen, ye gay to my sorrowful strain
d65O papa, please papa, don't drink any more
d66O sing a song of joy tonight
d67O tarry ye not where the blushing wine
d68O tell me not of happiness
d69O temperance is our joy and pride
d70O the flowers drink at the streamlet's brink
d71O unfurl now the temperance banner
d72O valiant band of noble souls
d73O while we're blessed with health and strength
d74O why are summer roses that blossom on the lawn
d75Once more we here the pledge renew
d76Our gallant banner streamed in air
d77Our little band is full of hope
d78Our meeting now is ended
d79Our ship is afloat on the broad flowing wave
d80Out in the gloomy night, sadly I roam
d81Parent, who with speechless feeling
d82Rally round the temperance banner
d83Rejoice, rejoice, the temperance cause advances
d84Round the temperance banner rally
d85Round the temperance standard rally
d86Shades of sorrow close not o'er
d87Shine thou forth in matchless glory
d88Sing, brothers, sing, 'tis freedom's song
d89Soft and low a sweet refrain
d90Sparkling and bright in its liquid light
d91Stand up for the cold water fight
d92Temperance here in praise of thee
d93The ringing bugle sounds once more
d94The teetotallers are coming
d95The temperance host is pressing on
d96There are lonely hearts to cherish
d97There is beauty in the forest
d98There's much good cheer in youthful age
d99There's room enough for every one
d100There's woe in the wine cup

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