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Songs for All

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co., Dallas, Tex., 1950
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d1All that I am and whatever I may
d2All the way, every day
d3Anchor your soul in Christ Jesus
d4Any time you go to Jesus
d5As a pilgrim on a journey
d6As I journey on life's pathway
d7As you travel through the land
d8Away, away, away, away to the fields we go
d9Brother has gone to yonder shore
d10Brother have you ever been down on your knees
d11By the rivers evil mocked them
d12Dear friends, the time is drawing near
d13Dear Lord, from whom all blessings
d14Death takes us away from this world
d15Dreaming, dreaming silently
d16Father's gone to be with Jesus
d17Get on the life-boat with Jesus today
d18Go find some soul [the lost] in darkness living
d19God gave his Son to die for me
d20Goodbye to pleasures of sin
d21Hear the glorious invitation
d22Hear the Lord's call unto us all
d23Help me, Jesus, as I
d24He's my keeper, and my lover
d25I am a debtor to Jesus my Savior
d26I am on my way to the land of day
d27I can smile on the way
d28I cannot walk one step
d29I dream about that heavenly home
d30I find increasing pleasure, gladness
d31I have a Savior, bless his dear name
d32I have dreamed a million times
d33I have found in Christ my Savior
d34I have not much time to tarry down
d35I know this world is not my home
d36I love to pray, I love to sing
d37I seem to hear a voice sweetly calling
d38I sing on my journey
d39I was lost in sin and shame till
d40I was lost in sin, had no peace
d41I was lost in sin one day
d42I was once a sinner but the Lord saved my soul
d43If you are lonely, sad and blue, burdened with care
d44If you want to be like Jesus
d45I'll meet you up in heaven
d46I'm going up home, some wonderful day
d47I'm just a lonely pilgrim
d48I'm moving along the trail
d49I'm so glad that Jesus found me
d50In the moment of temptations
d51In the shadows of Gethsemane
d52In this world of sorrow and pain here below
d53Into my heart there came sweet peace
d54I've a lovely mansion waiting
d55Jesus came to me one day
d56Jesus died to save lost sinners
d57Jesus has made a change in me
d58Jesus is coming, coming from heaven
d59Jesus, my Savior, came down from above
d60Jesus said, there'll be one
d61Let me never forget that my Savior
d62Living below in this old sinful world
d63Lost in the dark night
d64More like my Savior let me be
d65Mother dear will journey from us
d66My all to the Savior, he gave all
d67My blessed Lord, in realms above
d68My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d69My days are often lonely
d70O come unto me, the Savior said
d71O God of love, of truth and might
d72O the blood that cleansed
d73O the joy we shall know
d74O thou blessed Savior, hear me
d75Often we're lonely and sad
d76On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d77Once I was a stranger, stranger
d78Once I was out in darkness, lonely
d79Our mother dear is through with suffering
d80Past your sorrows may be gone
d81Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d82Savior, guide me with Thy counsel
d83Shall this life of mine be ended
d84Since Jesus came and redeemed
d85So often clouds bedim the day
d86Some day when the toils and cares
d87Some years ago on bended knee
d88Sometimes I feel lonely
d89Star of the east, O Bethlehem star
d90The night is coming, so I must work faster
d91The Savior died upon the cross
d92There are angels hovering round
d93There is a happy home far beyond
d94There is a light on life's long way
d95There is an unseen hand that guides Our feet
d96There is joy and glory, brother
d97There is work for every one to do
d98There's a beautiful city above
d99There's a beautiful home where no sorrow e'er can come
d100There's a city of day

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