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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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106Homes there are of want and sorrowPage Scan
108Ye sons of freedom, burst asunderPage Scan
110Vote for Prohibition? Yes, be sure I willPage Scan
111Silently the shades of ev'ningPage Scan
112The waves are rising highPage Scan
113Soldiers on life's battlefieldPage Scan
114Oh, shout aloud saloons must go!Page Scan
115Beneath the stars in slumber deepPage Scan
116Rosy glow the tapers In the bar room brightPage Scan
117My wife and I are happy nowPage Scan
118Don't you know that we are comingPage Scan
119Silently as twilight shadowsPage Scan
120When the tempest rages highPage Scan
121Down from the ramparts of glory and mightPage Scan
122I sing of Jesus' wondrous lovePage Scan
123Room for the prodigal, mourning for sinPage Scan
124Thanks be to God for the vict'ry over sinPage Scan
125Ever let thy hand be busyPage Scan
126There is a stream, whose gentle flowPage Scan
127My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
128Master, the tempest is ragingPage Scan
130In God I have found a retreatPage Scan
131Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindnessPage Scan
132Walk in the light the Lord hath giv'nPage Scan
133A gentle breeze from Eden's landPage Scan
134Let us gather up the sunbeamsPage Scan
135I'm but a stranger here, Heav'n is my homePage Scan
136Sing on, my soul, thy mission provePage Scan
137There's a firm, shelt'ring Rock, and a strong fortress tow'rPage Scan
138Thro' heav'n's clear arch the echoes rangPage Scan
139Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
140aAll for Jesus! all for Jesus!Page Scan
140bAll for Jesus! all for Jesus!Page Scan
141Up and away, like the dew of the morningPage Scan
142O the love of Christ is boundlessPage Scan
143Put on the armor of our GodPage Scan
144When the mists have roll'd in splendorPage Scan
145O songs of faith that pilgrims singPage Scan
146O'er the hills the sun is settingPage Scan
147Come, ye disconsolate, where’er ye languishPage Scan
148Work, for the night is comingPage Scan
I.1Friends of Temp'rance, welcome herePage Scan
I.2Thy mercy, Lord, we humbly seekPage Scan
I.3Welcome, welcome to our OrderPage Scan
I.4Welcome, ye whose hearts are beatingPage Scan
I.5God of the Temp'rance causePage Scan
I.6Now bound by honor's sacred lawsPage Scan
I.7Come, friends and brethren, all unitePage Scan
I.8Hail we now our new-made memberPage Scan
I.9Pleasant are the ties now bindingPage Scan
I.10Heavenly Father, give Thy blessingPage Scan
I.11Be with us, Lord, as from this place we goPage Scan
I.12May friendship's chain be ever brightPage Scan
I.13Whatever station we may fillPage Scan
I.14Life's morn soon flies awayPage Scan
I.15O help us, Lord, each hour of needPage Scan
I.16We gladly receive the earnest and truePage Scan
I.17Rest, weary heart! From all thy silent grieff and secret painPage Scan

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