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Sing, Sing, Sing

Editor: E. Pate
Publisher: John T. Benson, Jr., 1952
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d1All my journey along I am
d2All my sins are gone
d3Altogether lovely and chiefest
d4Amid the strife of nations
d5Come, all ye weary oppressed
d6Come now, and let us reason
d7Come unto Christ, ye wearied
d8Day after day he loves me
d9Don't take your eyes off
d10Every day's a happy day
d11Every moment, every hour
d12Every second of every minute
d13Everybody ought to love him
d14Give me oil in my lamp, oil in my lamp
d15God can do anything, anything, anything
d16God hears and he answers prayer
d17He loves me, he loves me, O the wonder
d18He wants to walk with us [me] every moment
d19Hear ye the Master's call, give me thy best
d20He's the One I love
d21Higher than the hills
d22Hungry, lonesome, worried, distressed
d23I am walking in the narrow way
d24I go along with a song
d25I have found a hiding place when sore distrest [distressed]
d26I have found a secret
d27I heard an old, old story
d28I knew what I was doing
d29I want to be in the world
d30I was bound but the Savior freed
d31I was lost in sin
d32I was once a sinner, but I've been made whole
d33I will get me to the mountain
d34I'll take Jesus with me
d35I'm saved, I'm saved, my sins are all
d36It was love that sent
d37I've got a home in glory land
d38Jesus alone could bring salvation
d39Jesus is the Rose of Sharon
d40Just for today, just for me
d41Just to go where you want
d42Keep on smiling when you're feeling blue
d43Life begins at Calvary
d44Life has taken on a different meaning
d45My desire to be like Jesus
d46My Lord is real, yes, real
d47O, don't go away without Jesus
d48O he's done so much for me
d49O I know it, yes I know
d50O I will hide myself
d51O Lord give me courage to do
d52O love of God, so rich and tender
d53Once my life was like a dreary wilderness
d54Open wide the door, Let the Savior
d55Other sheep have I that are not of this fold
d56Precious Lord, take my hand
d57Redeemed, redeemed, O sing the joyful strain
d58Sad were the days and weary
d59Send a great revival in my soul
d60Sing when your days are sunny
d61Sing your cares away
d62Smile, smile, don't let trouble
d63Some day every shadow
d64Someone must care
d65Sometimes I feel discouraged and think my life
d66Speak to me, Lord, I need thee so
d67Step by step I'll follow
d68Sunshine does wonderful things
d69Sweep over my soul
d70Tarry until ye be endued
d71There is a Guide, close by
d72There's a Friend above all others, Jesus, Son of God is he
d73There's an open door
d74This one thing I know
d75To all who believe, and Jesus receive
d76Walking hand in hand
d77Walking with Jesus, walking
d78We are debtors, young and old
d79We'll give Christ to the nations
d80We're saved, saved to tell others
d81When I don't think I need
d82When I opened my heart's door to Jesus
d83When my day seems long and dreary
d84When my soul was in great need
d85When the road is rough
d86Whisper a prayer in the morning
d87Whosoever, whosoever will
d88You ask [me] why I am happy so I'll just tell you
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