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The Sunday-School Music Book: enlarged

Publisher: C. C. Mudge, Brooklyn, 1858
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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1Come, children, and join in our festival songPage Scan
2Preserved by thine Almighty powerPage Scan
3Joyfully, joyfully, onward we movePage Scan
4O how I love the SabbathPage Scan
5Here we meet to part againPage Scan
6We bring no glittering treasuresPage Scan
7aCome hither, little restless onePage Scan
7bWould you be as angels arePage Scan
8Around the throne of God in heav'nPage Scan
9O, do not be discouragedPage Scan
10Come, children, raise your voices highPage Scan
11Come, let us sweetly sing, join in full chorusPage Scan
12The Sunday school, that blessed placePage Scan
13I think, when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
14The Bible! the Bible! more precious than goldPage Scan
15Children, come, will you comePage Scan
16Come, let us all awake, Sing, every onePage Scan
17We have met in peace togetherPage Scan
18aDays, and weeks, and months, returningPage Scan
18bLittle drops of waterPage Scan
19Father, hear, to thee we raisePage Scan
20Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan
21There's a song the angels singPage Scan
22Come, let us all unite to praisePage Scan
23When Sabbath's sacred morning lightPage Scan
24We come, we come, with loud acclaimPage Scan
25We are trav'ling home to heaven abovePage Scan
26Jesus, we thy lambs would bePage Scan
27In the rosy light of the morning brightPage Scan
28Thanks to thee, our heavenly FatherPage Scan
29See the shining dewdropsPage Scan
30Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
31Joy and gladness! joy and gladness!Page Scan
32We're gathered here, a happy bandPage Scan
33Come, little soldiers, Join in our bandPage Scan
34There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
35We're marching to the promised landPage Scan
36We're th' lambs of the flock, and no danger we fearPage Scan
37Who shall sing, if not the children?Page Scan
38Where, O where, are the Hebrew childrenPage Scan
39Ten thousand hearts, ten thousand tonguesPage Scan
40We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
41We love to sing togetherPage Scan
42My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
43Today we come with singingPage Scan
44Hark! the morning bells are ringing!Page Scan
45Now we lift our tuneful voicesPage Scan
46I'm but a traveler herePage Scan
47Come, school mates, away!Page Scan
48Hark! hark! the notes of joyPage Scan
49Sweet is the time of springPage Scan
50We won't give up the BiblePage Scan
51When the morning light drives away the nightPage Scan
52More than fortune's Lofty stationPage Scan
53Many voices seem to sayPage Scan
54My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
55By the side of a river so clearPage Scan
56Out on an ocean all boundless we ridePage Scan
57Jesus, my all, to heaven is gonePage Scan
58There is a friend we ought to lovePage Scan
59There is a happy land, Far, far awayPage Scan
60Once was heard the song of childernPage Scan
61Today the Birds, on every boughPage Scan
62I've roamed over mountain, I've crossed over floodPage Scan
63Go when the morning shinethPage Scan
64Here we throng to praise the SaviourPage Scan
65Come, come, come, Don't delay, haste awayPage Scan
66Pleasant is the Sabbath bellPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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