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The Red Bird: A Collection

Editor: G. F. Root, B. R. Hanby
Publisher: Root & Cady, Chicago, Ill., 1866
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d1A fair little girl
d2Almighty Lord we praise in thee
d3Happy hearts children bring
d4Hark, this birdie on the tree
d5Heavenly Father teach the way
d6Hurrah, for the morning of mornings
d7I am learning my lesson
d8I love to see in pictured rest
d9I shall go to thee my Savior
d10I'm going to enlist, boys
d11Jipidee, jipidee, blithe and gay
d12Listen, O listen, our father all holy
d13Lord, thy Word abideth
d14My mother's cot was by the sea
d15Now, all our work is done
d16O sing to me of that better land
d17O we have studied hard now
d18O'er fragrant summer fields
d19Of old the apostle walked the wave
d20One bright and pleasant summer day
d21Praise him in his hallowed dwelling
d22Ring the bells of heaven, there is joy today
d23Row row row over the beautiful
d24See the Savior in the temple
d25Springtime brings the robin
d26Swiftly glide the hours away
d27The purple dawn is breaking
d28The sky was dark above
d29There is poison in the cup
d30There's a bright, happy home high in heaven above
d31They said I was a naughty boy
d32This little lamb is Dollie
d33Three young rabbits came one day
d34Tic, tic, tic, tic, Steadily
d35We are all a band of scholars
d36We are going home, when the toilsome day
d37We are sailing o'er an ocean
d38We are watching, we are waiting for the bright prophetic day
d39We come, we come, a waiting band
d40When he cometh, when he cometh to make
d41Work in God's vineyard
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