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The Sacred Harp: the best collection of sacred songs, hymns, odes, and anthems ever offered the singing public for general use (1991 rev.)

Committee Chair: Hugh McGraw
Publisher: Sacred Harp Publishing Company, Inc., 1991
Language: English
Notes: Hymn numbers refer to page numbers; when two hymns begin on the same page, they are distinguished with letters (here, a and b; in Sacred Harp traditional usage, t and b are used)
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
95Come, O Thou traveler unknownVERNON
96When Thou, my righteous Judge, shall comeFEW HAPPY MATCHES
97Oh, who will come and go with meWE'LL SOON BE THERE
98Why should we at our lot complainDULL CARE
99Hark! How the gospel trumpet sounds!GOSPEL TRUMPET
100To leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to partTHE BOWER OF PRAYER
101aO for a breeze of heav'nly loveCANAAN'S LAND
101bThere is a holy city, A happy world aboveHOLY CITY
102See how the Scriptures are fulfillingFULFILLMENT
103And let this feeble body failANIMATION
104A story most lovely I'll tellTHE LOVELY STORY
105Amazing grace! how sweet the soundJEWETT
106Oh, when shall I see JesusECSTASY
107My spirit looks to God aloneRUSSIA
108aWeeping sinners, dry your tearsWEEPING SINNERS
108bTrav'ler haste, the night comes onTHE TRAVELER
109I love my blessed SaviorCARNSVILLE
110What solemn sound the ear invadesMOUNT VERNON
111aOh, who will come and go with me?JOURNEY HOME
111bWhy should we start, and fear to die?TO DIE NO MORE
112Ye golden lamps of heav'n, farewellTHE LAST WORDS OF COPERNICUS
113Afflictions, tho' they seem severeTHE PRODIGAL SON
114When I can read my title clearSAINT'S DELIGHT
115When Adam was createdEDMONDS
116Come, brothers and sisters who love one anotherUNION
117Hail the day so long expectedBABYLON IS FALLENText
118Sister, thou wast mild and lovelySTOCKWOOD
119Come, all my dear brethren, and help me to singHEAVEN'S MY HOME
120The Lord Jehovah reignsCHAMBERS
121Not many years their rounds shall rollFLORENCE
122What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame?ALL IS WELL
123aYe objects of sense and enjoyments of timeTHE DYING CHRISTIAN
123bThe cross of Christ inspires my heartCROSS OF CHRIST
124Lovers of pleasure more than GodLOVER OF THE LORD
125Oh, Jesus, my Savior, I know Thou art mineEXPRESSION
126By Babel's streams we sat and weptBABEL'S STREAMS
127How tedious and tasteless the hoursGREEN FIELDS
128On Jordan's stormy banks I standTHE PROMISED LAND
129And if you meet with troublesHEAVENLY ARMOR
130The time is soon coming, by the prophets foretoldMILLENNIUM
131aHe come, He comes! to judge the worldMESSIAH
131bRise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsINVOCATION (First)
132He dies! the friend of sinners dies!SINNER'S FRIEND
133Where are the Hebrew children?HEBREW CHILDREN
134A few more days on earth to spendTHE CHRISTIAN'S HOPE
135Come, Thou Fount of ev'ry blessingOLNEY
136While beauty and youth are in their full primeMORALITY
137No more beneath th' oppressive handLIBERTY
138aLord, when my raptured thought surveys creation's beauties o'erADORATION
138bFrequent the day of God returnsOGLETREE
139Burst, ye emerald gates, and bringELYSIAN
140Hail, solitude, thou gentle queenSWEET SOLITUDE
141I am a great complainer, that bears the name of ChristCOMPLAINER
142Through ev'ry age, eternal GodSTRATFIELD
143While thee I seek, protecting Pow'rPLEYEL'S HYMN (First)
144Hark! the jubilee is soundingJUBILEE
145aCome, Thou Fount of ev'ry blessingWARRENTON
145bIn the floods of tribulationSWEET AFFLICTION
146And let this feeble body failHALLELUJAH
147aMy God, my life, my loveBOYLSTON
147bMy soul, be on thy guardLABAN
148Glor'ous things of thee are spokenJEFFERSON
149The chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in fireTHE TRUMPET
150How pleased and blest was IAMITY
151Behold, the Judge descendsSYMPHONY
152Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyesSHEPHERDS REJOICE
153My father's gone to view that landRESURRECTED
154Come, Thou Fount of ev'ry blessingREST FOR THE WEARY
155How long, dear Savior, O how longNORTHFIELD
156Go and tell His disciplesJESUS ROSE
157See how the wicked kingdomESSAY
158Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore theeFUNERAL THOUGHT
159What wondrous love is this!WONDROUS LOVE
160aNo more shall the sound of the war-whoop be heardWAR DEPARTMENT
160bToday if you will hear His voiceTURN, SINNER, TURN
161'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsSWEET HOME
162Hark! from the tomb a doleful soundPLENARY
163aHe dies, the friend of sinners diesMORNING
163bWhy do we mourn departing friendsCHINA
164A poor wayfaring man of griefDUANE STREET
165How painfully pleasing the fond recollectionFAMILY BIBLE
166Teach me how to do my dutySTILL BETTER
167Pray, brethren, pray, the prayer of faith availethPRAY, BRETHREN, PRAY
168Forgive the song that falls so lowCOWPER
169Come, sound His praise abroadDARTMOUTH
170Oh! may I worthy prove to seeEXHILARATION
171Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hearEXHORTATION (First)
172Wake, all ye soaring throngs, and singHARMONY
173Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hearPHOEBUS
174Thus saith the high and lofty OnePETERSBURG
175Sinner, go, will you goHIGHLANDS OF HEAVEN
176a`Farewell, vain world, I’m going homeRAGAN
176bIn the bright season of thy youthBLOOMING YOUTH
177Not many years their rounds shall rollTHE CHRISTIAN'S FLIGHT
178Now shall my inward joys ariseAFRICA
179I find myself placed in a state of probationTHE CHRISTIAN WARFARE
180In vain we lavish out our livesVERMONT
181Death, like an overflowing streamEXIT
182Let ev'ry creature join To praise th'eternal GodNEWBURGH
183Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was IGREENWICH

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