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Songs for Little Singers: A Collection of easy pieces for Beginners and Primary Departments of the Sunday School and for use at home

Editor: J. Lincoln Hall, Elsie Duncan Yale
Publisher: Hall-Mack Company, Philadelphia, 1909
Notes: Also published in New York and Chicago
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3Jesus ever is the children's friendPage Scan
4Jesus once taught by thy beautiful shorePage Scan
5Fishers, toiling day by dayPage Scan
6The perfume laden breezes bringPage Scan
7An acorn hung upon a treePage Scan
8Little bird in yonder treePage Scan
9Like the stars we would bePage Scan
10A band of happy children, We come to you todayPage Scan
11This is the happy Sabbath DayPage Scan
12Dark winter's night has flown awayPage Scan
13Jesus, from Thy throne on highPage Scan
14O the blades of grass, in their coats of greenPage Scan
15Sadly bend the flowers, In the heavy rainPage Scan
16Just a smiling little sunbeamPage Scan
17Little harps our hearts should bePage Scan
18A band of temp'rance boys are wePage Scan
19Now the light has gone awayPage Scan
20There is no name so sweet on earthPage Scan
21A tiny flake came lightly, Gaily sailingPage Scan
22Busy little workers for Jesus we will bePage Scan
23Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear mePage Scan
24We may not be the sowersPage Scan
25Make me, dear Father, a blessingPage Scan
26Rock-a-bye birdie, up in your nestPage Scan
27Gentle Jesus, meek and mildPage Scan
28Do you know how many starsPage Scan
29Unto the Lord in their blindnessPage Scan
30'Twas a shepherd, a loving shepherdPage Scan
31Where shall we find a lamp to shinePage Scan
32Shining for thee, shining for theePage Scan
33There's a happy harbor, safe from the storm and seaPage Scan
34Jesus needs the children, we may help the KingPage Scan
35Oh! what can little hands do To please the King of heav'n?Page Scan
36Ev'ry little step I takePage Scan
37The Saviour, as a little childPage Scan
38O praise the Lord for lovely summer timePage Scan
39"Let the children come," Christ saidPage Scan
40Saviour, like a shepherd lead usPage Scan
41I would be Christ's little sunbeamPage Scan
42Hosanna on this day shall be our songPage Scan
43Away in a mangerPage Scan
44Down among thy meadow grassPage Scan
45Saviour, teach me, day by dayPage Scan
46Under the snow so white and deepPage Scan
47Jesus, the children are callingPage Scan
48Jesus loves me! this I knowPage Scan
49Little hands can toil for JesusPage Scan
50All earth today is bright and gayPage Scan
51Little lambs so white and fairPage Scan
52Shine, little sunbeams, shinePage Scan
53Now the day is over, Night is drawing nighPage Scan
54We come to our childhood's bright daysPage Scan
55Lord, who lovest little childrenPage Scan
56The gay little bluebirds are singing againPage Scan
57Jesus loves the children So to him we prayPage Scan
58I will be a sunbeam ev'rywhere I goPage Scan
59Holy Bible, book divine, Lighting up this path of minePage Scan
60I am glad that our Father in HeavenPage Scan
61What a friend we have in JesusPage Scan
62I'm a "Little Light Bearer," I shine ev'ry dayPage Scan
63We are young and weak and helplessPage Scan
64A little seed one ev'ning fellPage Scan
65Little drops of waterPage Scan
66Work, for the night is comingPage Scan
67Saviour, bless the little childrenPage Scan
68aI think, when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
68bOur Sunday School is overPage Scan
69When He cometh, when He comethPage Scan
70Jesus loves us is the storyPage Scan
71My country! 'tis of theePage Scan
72Brighter than the stars abovePage Scan
73When the summer flowers sleepPage Scan
74Welcome sunbeams pure and brightPage Scan
75What makes Jesus love little childrenPage Scan
76O to be one of His jewelsPage Scan
77aOur Father which art in heavenPage Scan
77bJesus, tender shepherd, hear usPage Scan
78There's a wicked old monsterPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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