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Sunday School Singing Book

Editor: George Kingsley
Publisher: Charles Bowen, Boston, Mass., 1832
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d1A rosy crown we twine for thee
d2Almighty God, by thy great power
d3Another fleeting day is gone
d4Assembled in the morning
d5Awake, my soul, and with the sun
d6Come, arouse thee, arouse thee, my brave Swiss boy
d7Come, come, come, come to the sunset tree
d8Come, come, come, the summer now is here
d9Come o'er the sea, pilgrim, wth me
d10Evening hail, thou grateful shade
d11Go, when the morning shineth
d12God of mercy, God of love [grace], Hear
d13God of my life, through all its [my] days
d14Great is the Lord, great is the Lord
d15Home, fare thee well
d16How beauteous are their [his] feet
d17How gentle God's commands
d18How sweet to be allowed to pray
d19If e'er when solemn stillness reigns
d20My Father, I thank thee for sleep
d21My God, by thy protecting power
d22Oft in the stilly night, Ere slumber's chain
d23Our Father, here again we raise
d24Peace, troubled soul, whose [thy] plaintive moan
d25Providence profusely kind wheresoe'er you turn
d26Sacred wisdom be my guide
d27Safely through another week
d28Say, what is life, 'tis like a flower
d29See the gleams of daylight swim
d30The Lord is risen indeed, And are the tidings true
d31The Lord my Shepherd is, I shall be well supplied
d32The winter is over and gone the thrush whistles
d33There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d34There is a time when moments flow
d35There is an hour for earthly woe
d36This is the Sabbath day
d37'Tis spring, 'tis the beautiful spring
d38To thee, my heart, eternal King
d39'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d40Welcome, welcome, quiet morning
d41While nature welcomes in the day
d42While with ceaseless [careless] course the sun
d43Who gave the sun his noon day [noon tide] light
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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