Songs, Divine and Moral

Compare this hymnal
Author: Isaac Watts, D.D.
Publisher: Smith and Peck, Philadelphia, 1844
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Hymns that begin on the same page number have letters added.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
20How glorious is our heav'nly KingPage Scan
24I sing th' almighty power of GodPage Scan
28Blest be the wisdon and the pow'rPage Scan
32Whene'er I take my walks abroadPage Scan
36Great God, to thee my voice I raisePage Scan
40Lord, I ascribe it to thy gracePage Scan
44Great God, with wonder and with praisePage Scan
48O 'tis a lovely thing for youthPage Scan
52The praises of my tonguePage Scan
56Let dogs delight to bark and bitePage Scan
60There is a God, that reigns abovePage Scan
64Whatever brawls disturb the streetPage Scan
68Almighty God, thy piercing eyePage Scan
72There is beyond the skyPage Scan
76Happy the child whose tender yearsPage Scan
80Why should I say, 'Tis yet too soonPage Scan
84What bless'd examples do I findPage Scan
88How doth the little busy beePage Scan
92Why should I join with those in playPage Scan
96Let children that would fear the LordPage Scan
100Our tongues were made to bless the LordPage Scan
104Angels, that high in glory dwellPage Scan
108Why should our garments, made to hidePage Scan
112Why should I love my sport so wellPage Scan
116My God, who makes the sun to knowPage Scan
120And now another day is gonePage Scan
124This is the day when Christ arosePage Scan
128Lord, how delightful 't is to seePage Scan
132Thou shalt not have more Gods but mePage Scan
135aWith all thy soul love God abovePage Scan
135bBe you to others kind and truePage Scan
136Love God with all your soul and strengthPage Scan
137Hosanna to king David's Son!Page Scan
138aHosanna to the Prince of gracePage Scan
138bHosanna to the SonPage Scan
139aTo God the Father, God the SonPage Scan
139bNow let the Father and the SonPage Scan
139cGive to the Father praisePage Scan
142'Tis the voice of a sluggard; I heard him complainPage Scan
146Abroad in the meadows, to see the young lambsPage Scan
150Why should I deprive my neighbourPage Scan
154These Emmets, how little they are in our eyes!Page Scan
158How fair is the rose! what a beautifulPage Scan
162Though I'm now in younger yearsPage Scan
166How fine has the day been, how bright was the sun!Page Scan
170Hush! my dear, lie still and slumberPage Scan
176Once on a time, a Paper KitePage Scan
180Prithee, little buzzing FlyPage Scan
184Pity the sorrows of a poor old manPage Scan
188Once more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
Suggestions or corrections? Contact us



Advertisements