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Primary Songs No.2

Editor: Cook, Marguerite
Publisher: David C. Cook Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill., 1894
Notes: Scans at https://archive.org/details/primary00cook
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d1Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d2At Christmas time the world
d3Cherish kindly feelings, children
d4Children, children, praise the Lord
d5Children, children speak the truth
d6Children, give your hearts to Jesus
d7Come ye now, one and all
d8Every minute while we live, Jesus careth for us
d9Gift of God, gift of God
d10Give, give, said the little stream
d11Give thanks to God, the robins sing
d12God hath made the sunshine, God hath made the light
d13God make [made] my life a little light within the world
d14God sees the little sparrow fall
d15Happy greeting now we sing
d16Help us, O help us dear Savior
d17Here we are, don't leave us out
d18I am but a penny, penny
d19I believe in God above, I believe in his great love
d20I have a Father in the promised land
d21I have learned a text from the Bible
d22I love my heavenly Father from whom
d23I love to come to Sunday school
d24I love to sing of Jesus' love, so wonderful
d25I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d26I want to be like Jesus, So lowly and so meek
d27If on our [some] pleasant Sabbath day
d28I'm a little pilgrim, and I'll march along
d29I've two little hands to work for Jesus
d30Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] light
d31Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear light
d32Jesus, can a child like me
d33Jesus, gentle Savior, Hear me as I pray
d34Jesus, gentle Savior, hear thy little child
d35Jesus gives us sunshine
d36Jesus is the Friend of children
d37Jesus, list to us as we pray
d38Jesus loves me, this I know, For the Bible
d39Jesus loves the children dear, loves to have them
d40Jesus, precious Savior, hear me when I pray
d41Jesus, precious Savior, we would give to thee
d42Jesus sees me everyday, when I work
d43Joyfully, joyfully sing of the Lord
d44Little drops of water, little grains of sand
d45Little feet may find the pathway
d46Little words of kindness whispered soft and low
d47Long ago on Christmas night
d48Marching on, marching on in our pleasant Sunday school
d49Merry Christmas bells
d50Now our lessons all are done, and before we homeward run
d51O bravely we'll march on to Zion
d52O ring the bells with joy today
d53O tell to the children across the dark wave
d54O won't you be a Christian
d55On a glad Sabbath morning when the bells are ringing
d56One dear face is missing
d57Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross
d58Our pennies, our pennies are dropping
d59Our Sabbath school is over now
d60Right foot, left foot, merrily we go
d61Shall classmates, teacher be forgot
d62Singing, marching, like a little soldier band
d63Spread the news of Jesus' love
d64The Bible tells of Jesus
d65The little wren is singing
d66The Lord my Shepherd is, I shall be well supplied
d67The sweetest words I have ever read
d68There is a happy land, Far, [not] far away
d69These two little hands were given
d70This is the sweetest story, wonderful, strange
d71'Tis God who makes the dainty flowers
d72Twinkle, twinkle little star, shining, shining from afar
d73Very grateful children we
d74We always look quite happy
d75We are happy children, walking in the light
d76We love to praise the Savior's name
d77We will never drink the first glass
d78We will sing and be glad
d79We're a band of temperance children
d80We're coming, we're coming to Jesus
d81We're glad we've come to Sunday school
d82When I can read the Bible, the story I will find
d83When little children let sinful thoughts glow
d84When the children are safe
d85Who hath sorrow, who hath woe
d86With songs of joy and gladness
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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