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The Starry Crown of Sunday School Melodies

Editor: W. O. Perkins
Publisher: William A. Pond & Co., New York, N.Y., 1869
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d1A crown of glory bright
d2Aloft the temperance banner floats
d3Angels bright are hovering round
d4Are you watching for his coming
d5Arouse, arouse, from your slumbers
d6As we journey on to Zion
d7Be our joyful song today
d8Beautiful angels, where are ye
d9Beautiful spirit of faith
d10Behold the glorious banner of salvation
d11Bright are the joys of the ransomed
d12Brightly beams the morning sun
d13By faith we look for joys
d14Children lift your voices high
d15Come all ye saints to Pisgah's mountain
d16Come hither, little children
d17Come join our celebration
d18Come, let us sing of Jesus, While hearts and accents blend
d19Come, poor pilgrim, sad and weary
d20Come to me, the Savior cries
d21Dark is my sky
d22From the tomb, in brightness and glory
d23Gather them in from the broad highway
d24Gathering homeward from every land
d25Glowing bright and pleasant
d26Hark, the angels singing, Wake the happy morn
d27Hark, the voice of God is sounding
d28Hark to the chimes
d29Have you heard the sweet story more precious
d30He that goeth forth in spring time
d31Hear me, Shepherd, Shepherd of the flock
d32Here we are but straying pilgrims
d33Holy angels in their flight traverse over earth and sky
d34How beautiful the morning When summer days
d35How sweet 'tis to meet with companions
d36I asked a little prattling child
d37I can see beyond the river
d38I love my Father, for, on high
d39I love the Sunday school
d40I must not walk in the way of sin
d41I'll labor for the Savior
d42In that world of ancient story
d43In the Christian's home in [of] glory
d44In the daylight when I labor
d45In the far better land of glory and light
d46In the tempest of life when the wave and gale is round
d47Is it well with your soul today, brother
d48Jerusalem, the golden, I languish for one gleam
d49Jerusalem, the golden, with milk and honey blest
d50Jesus, help me day by day
d51Jesus, I come to the fount
d52Kind friends, we meet again
d53Little children, do you hear
d54Little saints to Christ belong
d55Lo the gospel ship is sailing
d56Lo the lilies of the field
d57Marching on, marching on
d58Mary to her [the] Savior's tomb
d59Mother, I have heard sweet music
d60My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d61O be joyful all ye lands
d62O gladly on this Sabbath day
d63O have you not heard of a [that] beautiful stream
d64O how I love the Sabbath
d65O Jesus, we praise thee
d66O leave the crowded ranks of sin
d67O Paradise, O Paradise, who doth [does] [would] not win thy rest
d68O sing praises, all ye children
d69O sinner, filled with woe and pain
d70O we love, we love the Sabbath school
d71O where are your hearts so light
d72O yes, I have heard of the beautiful stream
d73Only one crossing over
d74Out on an ocean all boundless we ride
d75Over the tide, over the tide
d76Pilgrim of the staff and sandal
d77Read, for the Bible's cheerful page
d78Rejoice, rejoice, the promised time is coming
d79Ring the bells, the golden hours
d80Shall we gather at [by] the river, Where bright angel feet have trod
d81Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surges
d82Sing, brother, sing, for the night
d83Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d84Softly, softly, Christ is calling
d85Soon, O soon, I am going over
d86Spread, my soul, thy golden pinions
d87Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the cross
d88Sweet day of rest, sweet day of rest, I long to see thee and be blest
d89Sweet is the Savior's voice
d90Thanks to thee, before we part
d91The angels are coming upon their sweet mission
d92The children are waiting
d93The lambs of the flock
d94The Lord has come, our help
d95The Lord, our God, is King
d96The morning breaks upon the shore
d97The morning bright, with rosy light
d98The morning is fair
d99The songs my gentle mother sang
d100The world looks very beautiful

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