The Sweet Singer: a collection of hymns and tunes for Sunday-schools. Together with a variety suitable for day-schools, revival occasions, and the family circle

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Publisher: Carlton & Porter, New York, 1863
Editor: S. J. Goodenough, Karl Reden
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
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3The birds on quivering wingPage Scan
5Come, let our voices raisePage Scan
6I love the Sunday-schoolPage Scan
7What heavenly music do I hearPage Scan
8Christian! see the orient morningPage Scan
9O happy saints, who dwell in lightPage Scan
10What do you do at the Sunday school?Page Scan
12Silently, silently, Ope and close the school-room doorPage Scan
13Assembled in our school once morePage Scan
14I think I see it in the cloudsPage Scan
15In life's gay morn let children learnPage Scan
16When the world is still and sleepingPage Scan
17Jesus loves me, for me has diedPage Scan
18I want to join the ransomedPage Scan
20Just as thou art--without one tracePage Scan
21Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
22How sweetly sound the lyres abovePage Scan
23I will not be afraid at nightPage Scan
24How beautiful the morning When summer days are longPage Scan
25Thou, who didst with love and blessingPage Scan
26'Twas God who made this world so fairPage Scan
27We are going, going, goingPage Scan
28Jesus, he mourned for usPage Scan
29Come, said Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
30Begone unbelief, My Saviour is nearPage Scan
32O Thou, who driest the mourner's tearPage Scan
33She is not here, with whom so oftPage Scan
34When Jesus on the earth abodePage Scan
36Shout the tidings of salvationPage Scan
37What is life? 'Tis but a vaporPage Scan
38Invited by a Saviour's lovePage Scan
39Come, join our Sabbath songPage Scan
40When the holy day has comePage Scan
41The morn of life, how fair and gayPage Scan
42Brothers, sing with voice unitedPage Scan
43If you wish to go to heavenPage Scan
44How sweet to be allowed to prayPage Scan
44bAnd why is Mary full of fears?Page Scan
46Blessed Lord, I see thee prayingPage Scan
47Father, in thy sacred dwellingPage Scan
48We won't give up the BiblePage Scan
49What happy children we!Page Scan
50In the cold grave the Saviour's sleepingPage Scan
51We hail, sweet morn, we greet with joyPage Scan
52This morning, Lord, attendPage Scan
52bGood David, whose psalms have so often been sungPage Scan
54Sweet Sabbath school, place dear to mePage Scan
55Return, O wanderer, return Page Scan
56O Lord, on this our Sunday-schoolPage Scan
57"And can the Lord be risen?"Page Scan
58When the sad hour was almost comePage Scan
58bThe golden orbs that gem the skyPage Scan
60My heavenly home is bright and fairPage Scan
61The hours are viewless angelsPage Scan
62And is it true what I am toldPage Scan
63Linger not, linger not; earth is not thy restPage Scan
64What tho' the arm of conqu'ring deathPage Scan
64bCome, and sing with joy and gladnessPage Scan
66By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
67The Saviour calls-- let ev'ry earPage Scan
68Hear, O sinner! mercy hails youPage Scan
69He makes his mother sadPage Scan
70Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
70bCome, let us tune our voicesPage Scan
72Full oft does Satan try To draw my steps asidePage Scan
73There is a stream whose gentle flowPage Scan
73bThere is one thing quite sure to makePage Scan
74To the wand'ring and the wearyPage Scan
75Brother, rest from sin and sorrowPage Scan
76Be good, be good, my bright-eyed boyPage Scan
77Ev'ry bird can build her nestPage Scan
78Saviour, while my heart is tenderPage Scan
79When Peter sat within the hallPage Scan
79bWhene'er a duty waits for theePage Scan
80Hallelujah! Praise the LordPage Scan
81Young children once to Jesus camePage Scan
82Hark! the Sabbath bells are ringingPage Scan
83When thou shalt make thy jewels upPage Scan
84Once Jesus with his friends withdrewPage Scan
85From ev'ry stormy wind that blowsPage Scan
86My native land, my native land, O 'tis a lovely land to mePage Scan
88Come hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
89Come, little children, come, Seek ye your Saviour's facePage Scan
90Hark! hark! the hoarse murmur rolls on from afarPage Scan
92When I look up to yonder skyPage Scan
93Today, with songs of gladnessPage Scan
94Now to the Lord a noble song!Page Scan
94bHark! what mean those holy voicesPage Scan
96Come to Jesus, little onePage Scan
97The disciples, with Jesus their LordPage Scan
98Speak gently,--it is better farPage Scan
99Soon will set the Sabbath sunPage Scan
100Say, brothers, will you meet usPage Scan
100b"Father, forgive," the suff'rer criesPage Scan
102Jesus, lead the way, So we shall not strayPage Scan
103Happy the children who betimesPage Scan
104Thou Guardian of our youthful daysPage Scan
105Beware of Peter's wordPage Scan
106I love to look upon a flowerPage Scan
106bWe meet again in gladnessPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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