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Songs of Spring

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co., Dallas, Tex., 1948
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d1As I sit and sadly ponder
d2As I walk along the pilgrim pathway
d3Can't you see my Savior there
d4Come on, we're traveling up
d5Deep in my heart I have a joyful
d6Every time we meet and sing
d7Father's place is vacant here
d8Final, full judgment will come
d9Gentle rivers are flowing free
d10Go and tell the story to the lost ones here
d11God so loved this sinful world
d12Happy am I each passing day
d13Here among the shadows [living] in a lonely land
d14Here the family ties are broken
d15I am glad that you love my lord
d16I am going to a city where the streets with gold
d17I am on the rainbow trail
d18I am so glad and free
d19I am weak but thou art strong
d20I have decided that sin does not pay
d21I have found the secret
d22I have peace and gladness in my heart
d23I know that foes will oft assail me
d24I was sick of sin
d25If you are burdened down with care
d26If you are burdened, weary and oppressed
d27I'm happy that Jesus came
d28In the secret of his presence
d29In yonder home where angels sing
d30It seems God's chosen people must
d31Jesus brings joy to my soul
d32Jesus has purchased our pardon
d33Jesus never, never fails us
d34Jesus went to the garden to kneel
d35Just a little while and we'll be
d36Keep the bells ringing, good news
d37Lay your burdens at the feet of Jesus
d38Let every heart rejoice today
d39Marching along the good old way
d40My life here on earth is o'er burdened
d41Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh
d42O I long to see the beauty of my Savior's
d43On the rugged cross of Calvary, Jesus gave
d44Once I was friendless
d45Once I was lost but now I am found, was blind
d46Once my soul was lost in sin, had no love for Christ within
d47One bleak day I heard God say
d48Out in this cold world
d49Over the mountain and down
d50Over the mountains, through the vale
d51Sing for Jesus, as you journey
d52The footsteps of Jesus follow each day
d53The Lord Christ came from heaven
d54There are days we revere
d55There is a most wondrous city
d56There is coming a time, O sinner
d57There is victory ahead for all
d58There will be a great homecoming
d59There's a beautiful Eden so sweet
d60There's a great and lovely city
d61There's a guiding star and it cheers the soul
d62There's a land of perfect peace
d63There's a lesson we should learn
d64There's a little short visit I make
d65There's an old, old road winding
d66There's not a Friend like the lowly Jesus
d67We are drifting, just drifting
d68We hear the sound of mighty waves
d69Weary, weary, trudging, trudging
d70What a beautiful sunset at the close
d71What, could ye not watch with me
d72What light is this shining so brightly
d73When I come to make the crossing
d74When my Lord comes back again
d75When the tempest rages in the trying time of storm
d76When this life with its toiling is ended
d77Where Christ was crucified, stay by the cross
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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