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Superior Quartet Songs

Editor: John T. Cook
Publisher: Stamps Quartet Music Co., Dallas, Tex., 1954
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d1A newspaper reporter writes the news each day
d2Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d3As I go traveling along through this world
d4As I travel through this life
d5At close of day when work is through
d6Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d7Brother have you ever trust his word
d8Don't let the world hinder
d9Down through the ages of time
d10Evening often finds me drifting
d11Ever since the Savior saved my soul
d12Give smiles and courteous words
d13God's holy word has been given to man
d14Gone is all my weight of sin
d15He went and looked about for Adam
d16Heaven is a place I want to see
d17His great love I have in my soul
d18I am getting ready for the final day of judgment
d19I can hear my [the] Savior calling
d20I have worshipped at many altars
d21I hear sweet music, coming from afar
d22I heard my Savior calling when I was lost
d23I know there is a God above
d24I wantta get right with my dear Savior
d25If you must bear a heavy load
d26In my fondest dreams I see a mansion
d27Invisible hands are waiting to guide you
d28It's my desire to do some good thing
d29Let me tell you, brother
d30Many struggle through life
d31O what's the rumble I hear little children
d32O you can't hide
d33Old Moses saw the burning bush
d34Once from my poor sin sick soul Christ did
d35Once I wandered out in the paths of sin
d36Once my life was steeped in sin
d37Savior of mine, Savior divine
d38Sinsick, sad, and weary
d39Sitting in the twilight
d40Some glad day I'll sail away
d41Some glad morning when I leave
d42Somebody knows when crosses I'm bearing
d43Soon I'll be going to that fair city
d44Soon the Lord of glory's coming back to gather
d45The Savior had to go to Calvary
d46There'll be no shadows in heaven
d47There's a city that's called heaven
d48There's no disappointment in heaven
d49'Twas through the love of God, he gave his only
d50Walking alone with Jesus
d51We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d52What a day of great rejoicing
d53What a time we will have up in heaven
d54What can wash away my sin [sins] [stain]
d55When at last the big roundup is over
d56When God in infinite love
d57When I was a boy in days of childhood
d58When the dark shades of evening have fallen
d59When we're parting with friends that we hold
d60When you have finished earthly living
d61When you're burdened with sorrow
d62While here I travel through this world of trouble
d63While through this world you travel
d64While traveling through this pilgrim land
d65Who gave his life for me
d66You may have chosen to travel in sin
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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