Quartet Song Book No. 3

Editor: John Daniel
Publisher: John Daniel, Nashville, Tenn., 1945
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d1A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify
d2Adown the valley low
d3All along on the road to the soul's true abode
d4Are you always praising mother
d5Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d6Better get to praying, O Lordy, yes
d7Brother, one of these nights
d8Don't you want to go to that happy home
d9Earthly wealth and fame may never come to me
d10Every hour I need thy blessing
d11For many long years in bondage
d12Glory beams are shining on my way
d13Goodbye old world of sorrow
d14Have you heard of that bright city
d15Heaven comes down my soul to greet
d16Here friends forsake us and prove untrue
d17Here I stand beside death's chilly waters
d18Here I wander in need of the things
d19Here we're often tossed and driven on the rest
d20How our hearts ache with grief
d21I am happy today and the sun shines bright
d22I am traveling through the world of sadness
d23I am working for my Savior every passing hour
d24I dreamed I had gone to that city
d25I have assurance sweet, a solace most complete
d26I have known a life of sorrow
d27I have started home to God
d28I once was lone and idle
d29I remember the time when in darkness
d30I was burdened with sin and no hope could I see
d31I was listening in to a radio station
d32I was sinking deep in sin
d33If cares of this life are weighting you down
d34If the price of salvation were silver and gold
d35I'm a pilgrim on life's weary road
d36I'm in the way, the bright and shining way
d37I'm in the way, the narrow way
d38I'm standing now on the silent shore
d39I've been traveling for Jesus
d40I've started for the glory land
d41Jesus has taken a beautiful bud
d42Joy to me this thought has given
d43Joys are flowing like a river
d44Lay me where my mother's sleeping
d45Laying up my treasures in that home above
d46Let me wander again To my old childhood home
d47Lonely days sometimes I'm almost to the ground
d48Make known the gospel news
d49Makes me love everybody
d50Many years I've traveled on this weary road
d51My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d52My heart was made sad, such sorrow I had
d53My Savior and King whose praises I sing
d54My Savior dear, Now dwells with me
d55My Savior prayed in the garden
d56No matter how loud you pray
d57Now you surely could if you only would
d58Now Zion's ship is sailing
d59On Mount Olive's sacred brow Jesus spent the night in prayer
d60Once a sinner out in darkness
d61Once I was lost and very lonely
d62Over in the promised land where we'll join the
d63Over the river, shining forever
d64Praise to Jesus Christ the Son
d65See the ripened grain is falling
d66Shall we gather at [by] the river, Where bright angel feet have trod
d67She's a little old fashioned
d68Shine on me, in the morning
d69Some glad morning we shall see Jesus
d70Some of these days I'm going yonder
d71Somebody's been a friend indeed
d72Sometimes when misgivings darken the day
d73Sorrows often meet us here
d74Tempted and tried we're oft made to [we often do] wonder [wander]
d75That will be a great glad day
d76The Lord has been good to me
d77The sands have been washed in the footprints
d78The wonderful love of the Savior is mine
d79There is a name of wondrous sweetness
d80There is many a cross to carry
d81There was a time I know, when in the book of heaven
d82There will be no darkness in that city
d83There will be somebody waiting
d84There's a call that rings from the throne
d85There's a city built above where all is perfect
d86They tried my Lord and Master
d87Thou art gone, our precious darling
d88Though shadows may fall across my way
d89Three thousand years ago
d90To Canaan's land I'm on my way
d91Turn away from evil and be made clean
d92Upon our journey here below we meet with pain and loss
d93We're floating down the stream of time
d94We're sailing to a far off shore
d95When billows dark around me roll
d96When I reach my home eternal
d97When I saw the cleansing fountain
d98When I see Jesus coming on that glad day
d99When I was drifting out in sin
d100When Jesus comes again to gather his own

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