The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion. New ed.

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Editor: William Walker
Publisher: E. W. Miller, Philadelphia, 1847
Language: English
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d98Sometimes a light surprises
d99The chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in fire
d100The day is past and gone
d101The glorious light of Zion
d102The people called Christians
d103The time is swiftly rolling on
d104The watchmen blow the trumpet round
d105There is a land of pleasure
d106There is a land of pure delight
d107There was a Romish lady brought up in popery
d108There's a friend above all others
d109This world's not all a fleeting show
d110Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore thee
d111Though troubles assail, and dangers affright
d112Through all the world below
d113Thus far the Lord has led me on
d114'Tis by faith of joys to come
d115Today, if you will hear his voice
d116Vain, delusive world, adieu
d117What sorrowful sounds do I hear
d118When I can read my title clear
d119When shall we all meet again?
d120When the midnight cry began, O what lamentation
d121Where are the Hebrew children?
d122While beauty and youth are in their full prime
d123Why do we mourn departing friends?
d124Ye children of Jesus, who're bound for the kingdom
d125Ye nations all, on you I call
d127Young people all, attention give

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