Requiem: a Collection of Funeral Music

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Editor: W. Perkins
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, Mass., 1878
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d1Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
d2Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d3Behold the western evening light
d4Beyond the smiling and the weeping
d5Brother, thou art gone to rest
d6Calmly now in peace thou art sleeping
d7Close the door lightly
d8Come unto me [him], when shadows darkly gather
d9Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d10Forget not the dead, who have loved
d11Gather gently round the bier
d12Go, bury thy [your] sorrow, The world hath [has] its share
d13Go to the grave in all thy glorious prime
d14Go to thy rest in peace, And soft
d15Gone to her rest, she lingers here no longer
d16How blest the righteous when he dies
d17How sweet the hour of closing day
d18I cannot always trace the way
d19I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest
d20I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d21Let others boast how strong they be [are]
d22Life is a span, a fleeting hour
d23Mother, thou art gone to rest
d24Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d25O Paradise, O Paradise, who doth [does] [would] not win thy rest
d26O where shall rest be found
d27Pastor, thou art from us taken
d28Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d29Servant of God, well done, thy glorious warfare's past
d30Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d31Sleep thy last sleep
d32There is a calm for those who [that] weep
d33There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than day
d34Thou art gone to the grave but we will not deplore thee
d35Through the night air stealing
d36Where shall we make her grave
d37Why should we start and fear to die
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