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Songs for Little Singers No. 3

Editor: E. D. Yale
Publisher: Hall Mack Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1921
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d1Bells today are ringing
d2Break thou the bread of life
d3Children came their Savior seeking
d4For my home and friends, I thank thee
d5Genesis and Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers
d6Gentle Jesus, come, O come
d7God loves a cheerful giver
d8God's word is like a lamp divine
d9Golden sunbeams pure and bright
d10Have you heard of the fishers
d11Have you heard the story of the sheep
d12Hear the blessed Savior's voice
d13Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine
d14Holy Sabbath, happy morning
d15I belong to the King, I'm a child of his love
d16I learned it in the Bible
d17I may be a light for him
d18I will gladly sing
d19If Jesus comes into your heart
d20If you have a pleasant thought, sing it
d21I'm glad I've come to Sunday School
d22I'm glad that I am [was] born to die, From grief and woe
d23In days of old, God's prophets told
d24In our garden we can find
d25In the field and forest flowers
d26In the temple, in the temple Stood a little boy
d27In this world of darkness
d28Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] light
d29Jesus, Friend of little [all the] children
d30Jesus, hear our birthday prayer
d31Jesus is calling the children His
d32Jesus loves the little children
d33Jesus, tender shepherd, hear us
d34Jesus was once a child like me
d35Little stars that shine so fair
d36My Savior is my Shepherd
d37No child is too little for Jesus
d38O little lad of Nazareth
d39O Lord, our hearts would give Thee praise, Ere now our school we end
d40O the Captain calls for his soldiers
d41O the happy birds and flowers
d42Once to Jesus came the mothers
d43Roses bright and snowflakes white
d44Scattering seeds along life's way
d45Shine for him
d46Six days our Father gives to us
d47Smiles are the beautiful sunbeams
d48Someone spoke a pleasant word
d49The children were joyfully singing
d50The Sabbath bells are ringing calling you and me
d51The sunbeams are dancing
d52The whole world is all one family
d53There is news, glad news
d54Thou shalt not have, so says the Lord
d55Though we are but children, something
d56Two little hands for the Master
d57We are little sunbeams, beaming
d58We are little workers For our
d59We see the lofty mountain high
d60When I speak to him in prayer
d61Why are treetops swaying
d62With a greeting true we would
d63Wonderful gifts from heaven above
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