The Singing Book for Boys' and Girls' Meetings: a collection of easy songs and tunes

Editor: Wm. B. Bradbury
Publisher: Ivison & Phinney, New York, 1854
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
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5Little drops of waterPage Scan
6Skeptic, spare the BiblePage Scan
7O how sweet when daylight closesPage Scan
8We delight in our schoolPage Scan
9Our Father in heavenPage Scan
10'Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roamPage Scan
12O, come to the grove with mePage Scan
14Sad as the music low and dimPage Scan
16I've roamed over mountainPage Scan
18Will you come to the spring that is sparkling and lightPage Scan
19Come, let us all a-Maying goPage Scan
20Come, come, delightful SpringPage Scan
21Our youthfu hearts with temp'rance burnPage Scan
22This world is not so bad a worldPage Scan
24Let us, dear brothers, cheerfully toilPage Scan
25What is it shows my soul the wayPage Scan
26Let us all, both old and youngPage Scan
27Labor makes our pleasures so sweetPage Scan
28I'll awake at dawn on the Sabbath dayPage Scan
29This day to greet, with joy we meetPage Scan
30Children all, both great and smallPage Scan
31June, lovely JunePage Scan
32Dear Father, e're we part, Now [O] let thy gracePage Scan
34The summer days are comingPage Scan
36Before all lands, in east or westPage Scan
38'Tis a lesson you should heedPage Scan
39Where is it we love to goPage Scan
40Happy, happy will I bePage Scan
41If a weary task you find itPage Scan
42Hear the temperance call, freemenPage Scan
44Come, join the festive songPage Scan
45Keep to the work you best can doPage Scan
46Come, let us be good friends againPage Scan
48Of songs I know full manyPage Scan
49Turn not from sad sorrowPage Scan
50Thrice hail, happy dayPage Scan
53Flowers, wild wood flowers
54May pure cold water e'er aboundPage Scan
55We've met together, friends most dearPage Scan
56Gladly meeting, kindly greetingPage Scan
58The Word, full of comfortPage Scan
60Around the throne of God in heaven, thousandsPage Scan
62All the week we spend full of childish blissPage Scan
63Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his wayPage Scan
64The Bible, the Bible, More precious than goldPage Scan
66Hail, Columbia! happy land!Page Scan
68Awake, awake, your bed forsakePage Scan
69My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
70The good and the kindPage Scan
71Thy statutes have been my songPage Scan
72I knew a widow, very poorPage Scan
74Here we suffer grief and pain; Here we meet to part againPage Scan
76Up in the morning's cheerful lightPage Scan
77When men and women we are grownPage Scan
78We stand here together, with courage and willPage Scan
79I love the merry, merry sunshinePage Scan
80Begone, dull slothPage Scan
82Thine earthly Sabbath [Sabbaths], Lord we lovePage Scan
83Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friendsPage Scan
84We won't [we'll not] give up the Bible, God's holy book of truthPage Scan
86Come where joy and gladness make each youthful stranger a welcome guestPage Scan
88How pleasant thus to dwell belowPage Scan
90Sweet day of rest, for thee I [I'd} waitPage Scan
92We come, we come, in joyous trainPage Scan
94I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of oldPage Scan
95There is a happy land, Far, [not] far awayPage Scan
96O come, let us singPage Scan
98Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovelyPage Scan
99Our Father in heavenPage Scan
100Some love to drink from the foamy brinkPage Scan
101In the rosy light of the morning bright
102Come children, join to [and] singPage Scan
103Wake the song of jubileePage Scan
104How sweet is the Sabbath to mePage Scan
105Why should cold or stormy weatherPage Scan
106Littlle travelers Zionward Each one enteringPage Scan
108Gushing so bright in the mornning lightPage Scan
109Sparkling and bright in its liquid light
110Mary to her [the] Savior's tombPage Scan
111Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
112The Lord is our ShepherdPage Scan
114The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
116Welcome, welcome, quiet morningPage Scan
118From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
119Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleepPage Scan
120A poor wayfaring man of grief Hath often crossedPage Scan
122What are these [those] soul reviving strainsPage Scan
124Happy is he whose cautious feetPage Scan
125By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
126Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] comePage Scan
128I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
129Come, children, hail the Prince of peacePage Scan
130Our souls by [in] love together knit [drawn] [joined]Page Scan
131Our hearts have burned while Jesus spake
132There's not a tint that paints the rosePage Scan
133We lay thee in the silent tombPage Scan
134How sweet the melting layPage Scan
135With humble heart and tongue, my GodPage Scan
136From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
138How sweetly does the time flyPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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