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Song-book of the School Room

Editor: Lowell Mason, George James
Publisher: Wilkins, Carter and Co., Boston, Mass., 1847
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d1A little word in love expressed
d2A maiden like my Laura
d3A noble friend good autumn is
d4All yonder in the meadow
d5And now our study hours have flown
d6Awake the song of merry greeting
d7Before all lands, in east or west
d8Clime beneath whose genial sun
d9Cold the blast may blow
d10Come away, come away, now my boy
d11Come, come, come, come to the sunset tree
d12Come, May, thou lovely lingerer
d13Come, one and all, around me [we] stand
d14Come roam in woodlands
d15Come rouse up ye slothful
d16Come with thy lute to the fountain
d17Days of summer's glory
d18Death has been here, and borne away A sister [brother] [scholar] from our side
d19Endless praises to our Lord God
d20Farewell to books, the birds are singing
d21Float away, float away
d22Fresh and fair, all things are
d23Friends of freedom, swell the song
d24From o'er the rolling waters
d25From the mountain flow
d26God bless our native land, Firm may she
d27Good night, good night, now to all
d28Great God, in whom we live and move
d29Guide along our bonny boat
d30Hail our nation's birthday morning
d31Hark, the pealing, softly stealing
d32Haste thee, winter, haste away
d33Ho, ho, vacation days are here
d34How beautiful the morning When summer days
d35How bright and fair thy footsteps are
d36How happy he who loves to hear
d37How lovely are the flowers
d38How lovely are the woods
d39How sweet, from gloomy darkness
d40How sweet to stray abroad, at eve
d41I love the cheerful summer time
d42I loved a songbird of the spring
d43I stand upon the woody cliff
d44In peace with all the world
d45Join in a chorus
d46Join we in chorus, freedom to praise
d47Laughing and singing, dancing
d48Lightly row, lightly row O'er the glassy waves
d49Lo lo lo how beautiful the snow
d50Lo the heavens are breaking
d51Look the black cloud rises high
d52Lord, lead my heart to learn
d53Luna arise, ascend the evening sky
d54Merrily every bosom boundeth
d55Morn amid the mountains
d56Murmur, gentle lyre, through the lonely night
d57My days of youth, though not from folly free
d58My Father was a farmer good
d59Not today we'll do it tomorrow
d60Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascending
d61Now winter's gone, and spring comes on
d62O come, come away, from labor now reposing
d63O come with me, and we will go
d64O, dear what can the matter be
d65O, ever happy will I be
d66O give me back my native hills
d67O God, my Father, and my King
d68O how I love to roam abroad
d69O lay your weary work aside
d70O see the cunning frost has come
d71O see, the snow is falling now
d72O the lovely June
d73O the lovely, lovely May
d74O thou to whom all creatures bow
d75O'er the waters gliding
d76Oft in the stilly night, Ere slumber's chain
d77Old friends shall never be forgot
d78Onward, onward, is our nation's cry
d79Our Father, who in heaven art, All hallowed be
d80Our little boat is beckoning by the strand
d81Our ship is lightly bounding
d82Our youthful hearts for learning burn
d83Praise the Lord, when blushing morning
d84Pull away pull away pull away brave boys
d85See them beaming, see them gleaming
d86See where the rising sun
d87Shall school acquantance be forgot
d88She comes our path to lighten
d89Short speech suffices deep thoughts to show
d90Smiling May, comes in play
d91Suppliant, lo, thy children bend
d92Sweet music cheers the spirit
d93The day is calmly ending
d94The dingy autumn now has come
d95The farmer is a noble man
d96The lovely May is coming
d97The mists of the morning are rolling away
d98The pity of the Lord
d99The silvery moon advances
d100The spring breathes around us so softly and warm

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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