Temperance Rallying Songs: consisting of a large variety of solos, quartettes, and choruses, suited to every phase of the great temperance reformation

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Editor: Asa Hull
Publisher: Asa Hull, New York, 1888
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3Gather and band for the rightPage Scan
4The battle-cry is soundingPage Scan
5Friends of temp'rance, while we laborPage Scan
6Are you sowing the seeds that will give youPage Scan
7The prohibition host have comePage Scan
8For years, with our politest bowPage Scan
9Stop! stop the train! I see aheadPage Scan
10The dawn is surely breakingPage Scan
11We meet with joy and gladnessPage Scan
12We're marching on an army strongPage Scan
13What can we do for the lost and the perishingPage Scan
14In the broad way Christ is seekingPage Scan
15On, brothers, on to meet the foe that we abhor!Page Scan
16Starting from the cradle t'ward the grave belowPage Scan
17We bid a long and a glad goodbyePage Scan
18My friend, do you know that the tempter of soulsPage Scan
19We are marching onward cheerful and strongPage Scan
20Earth is not all joy and sunshinePage Scan
21We're a noble band of soldiersPage Scan
22You see I'm a thorough temperance manPage Scan
23'Mid pleasures and palaces tho' we may roamPage Scan
24Wave the Temp'rance bannerPage Scan
25Now to heav'n our pray'rs ascendingPage Scan
26O take the pledge and sign it!Page Scan
27Sound the battle-cry! See! the foe is nigh!Page Scan
28Launch the ship of ProhibitionPage Scan
29See! intemp'rance is advancingPage Scan
30How many, many thousandsPage Scan
31Oh, bright is the wine , the ruby winePage Scan
32There's hope for the tempted, the tried, and the weakPage Scan
33Oh! stay thy hand from the brimming cupPage Scan
34The world's a field of battlePage Scan
35Lost to a sense of dutyPage Scan
36The storm-cloud is dark, and the air is snow-filledPage Scan
37Awake, Columbia, awake!Page Scan
38A fisher-boy went sailing outPage Scan
39A fisher-boy went sailing outPage Scan
40There's intemp'rance in our landPage Scan
41My drink shall be water coolPage Scan
42Break the chain, break the chain, shake it off with disdainPage Scan
43Gather and band for the rightPage Scan
44The morning light is breakingPage Scan
45Onward, onward, onward, hear the anthem rollPage Scan
46I may not be a prophetPage Scan
47Live on the field of battle!Page Scan
48Onward, onward, friends of temp'rancePage Scan
49Look not upon the foaming beerPage Scan
50Away with the wine-cup, for danger is therePage Scan
51The war drums are beating, up, soldiers, and fightPage Scan
52Unfurl the temp'rance bannerPage Scan
53There's a dawn to daylight growingPage Scan
54Cheer up! cheer up! desponding onesPage Scan
55Yield not to temptation, For yielding is sinPage Scan
56We've gathered into line todayPage Scan
57Sparkling and bright, in its liquid lightPage Scan
58Come, join our Temp'rance BandPage Scan
59God speed the day when the foe is slainPage Scan
60King Alcohol sat at his royal spread-boardPage Scan
61Hear the temp'rance call, Freemen, one and all!Page Scan
62'Tis spreading, 'tis spreading, the glow in the skyPage Scan
63Hark! the voice of raging battlePage Scan
64O shout, fellow soldiers, as onward we goPage Scan
65Oh, list the song we sing tonightPage Scan
66'Tis but the social, friendly glassPage Scan
67Hearken now, dear friend, and tell mePage Scan
68Send the cause of Temp'rance rollingPage Scan
69We have met you here again, friends, to sing you our refrainPage Scan
70Rally, rally round our bannerPage Scan
71So will I comfort theePage Scan
72O, ask me not to sip the winePage Scan
73My days of youth, tho' not from folly freePage Scan
74Brother, have you grown disheartenedPage Scan
75In some way or other The Lord will providePage Scan
76How gentle falls the dew of nightPage Scan
77There's a monster more appallingPage Scan
78Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the LordPage Scan
79The fires are burning fiercelyPage Scan
80From the earth with time's probationPage Scan
81There's a glimmer in the darknessPage Scan
82So, my boy, you are leaving the old firesidePage Scan
83The light of truth is breaking, on the mountain top it gleamsPage Scan
84A Temperance army courageous and bravePage Scan
85Nothing but leaves! The Spirit grievesPage Scan
86You are leaving the happy home-circle todayPage Scan
87Ye men of earnest, honest toilPage Scan
88There's a ring to the cheer that we send up todayPage Scan
89Shout the joyous tidings! there's glad news for all!Page Scan
90Freemen and friends, here is work to doPage Scan
91Raise aloft the Temp'rance bannerPage Scan
92aOnward, like a rushing riverPage Scan
92bI watch our army's onward marchPage Scan
94Don't say it, don't say it, dear neighborPage Scan
95Meek and lowly, pure and holyPage Scan
96O! say can you see by the dawn's early lightPage Scan
98Loud was the cheer and discordant the songPage Scan
100We sit and think of days gone byPage Scan
101Drink is raging, fiercely ragingPage Scan
102Behold, the day of promise comesPage Scan
104Pleading with eyes look softly upwardPage Scan
105Water from its fountains gushingPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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