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Special Songs and Services for Primary and Intermediate Classes

Editor: Mrs. M.G. Kennedy
Publisher: W. A. Wilde & Co., Boston, 1893
Language: English; English
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1Let us rise, let us risePage Scan
2One day the little drops of rainPage Scan
3Raise your little hands and point them to the northPage Scan
4Marching on, marching on in the army of King JesusPage Scan
5'Tis in the Bible that we read, a sowerPage Scan
6See, O see, as here we standPage Scan
7Come happy children, fold each little handPage Scan
8There stands upon the landing placePage Scan
9Welcome, welcome, sunny hoursPage Scan
10The night's dim, purple shadowsPage Scan
11Lift up, lift up each cheerful voicePage Scan
12Leaves of the autumn, brown, crimson and goldPage Scan
13There's a little robin singingPage Scan
14One, two, three, fourPage Scan
15Little builders all are wePage Scan
16Dear ones all, goodby, goodby [goodbye, goodbye], Happy momentsPage Scan
17Ring out, merry bells in the steeplePage Scan
18We are little blossoms, breathing praise and prayerPage Scan
19Hark, the chorus swellingPage Scan
20Light breaks in the eastern skyPage Scan
21Ho, ho, ho, the wild winds blowPage Scan
22Sweet, sweet, sweet the swell, the swell of Sabbath bellPage Scan
23Hear the music of the grand old bellsPage Scan
24Ring the merry, merry Christmas bellsPage Scan
25Glory be to Jesus, no from lips alonePage Scan
26Hark, the bells, the Christmas [Sabbath] bellsPage Scan
27Little children, Jesus loves youPage Scan
28Carols for Easter, bright songs of the springPage Scan
29See here, see here, a bright new centPage Scan
30Marching, marching, hear the pennies chimePage Scan
31Freely give, freely givePage Scan
32We are happy children, Cheerfully we bringPage Scan
33Give, little sunbeams, golden brightPage Scan
34How sweet is the Bible, how pure is the lightPage Scan
35What lamp do you bearPage Scan
36Strains of music risingPage Scan
37Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore himPage Scan
38This is the way the mist goes upPage Scan
39Never, never, with God's helpPage Scan
40God never breaks his promisesPage Scan
41Ringa-ling-ling, Ringa-ling-ling, children's hands are riningPage Scan
42Keep the pledge, keep it, boysPage Scan
43There is a holy land called PalestinePage Scan
44Beautiful land, holy landPage Scan
45Happy our birthdays when we gladly bringPage Scan
46Our Father, we thank thee that all the year throughPage Scan
47God cares for every little birdPage Scan
48Summer days are comingPage Scan
49Bim, bome, rings the churchbell from thePage Scan
50Come, come, join in the singingPage Scan
51On his shining throne abovePage Scan
52Our Father in heaven we hallow thy namePage Scan
53Blessed are the childrenPage Scan
54To and fro, to and fro, hear the tread of little childrenPage Scan
55God for us, our nation's hopePage Scan
56Jesus, thou drawest very nearPage Scan
57What can I do for JesusPage Scan
58In the home where Jesus is an honored guestPage Scan
59Come, hearts in whose pulses the summer is warmPage Scan
60O come, all ye children, and give me your lovePage Scan
61Jesus once was a little childPage Scan
62Softly, softly, Christ is callingPage Scan
63Happy little soldiers, standing for the rightPage Scan
64Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus, Though but little children wePage Scan
65We are building every day, at our workPage Scan
66I am Jesus' little lambPage Scan
67Tell aloud the Savior's praisePage Scan
68May the grace of Christ [God] our [the] SaviorPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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