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White Ribbon Vibrations. 5th ed.

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d1A demoniac comes from the tombs
d2A sheep has wandered by field and fountain
d3A teacher sought earnestly good seed to sow
d4Ah we shall mis you dear sister
d5All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d6Alone, and weary with the march of years
d7Amid the deep valleys of anguish
d8Arise most quickly, good deeds sow thickly
d9[As] I walk [walked] through [in] the woodland meadow [meadows]
d10Asleep in the arms of Jesus
d11Be still, my heart, and cease thy cry
d12Beautiful flowers, blossoms we love
d13Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d14Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d15De Masa ob de sheepfel'
d16Down the dark and gloomy pathway
d17Earnestly for you he's calling
d18Far out upon the stormy deep
d19Father, thou art all compassion
d20Fight on, fight on, your cause is just
d21God be with you till we meet again
d22God bless our temperance band
d23God of mercy, hear our prayer
d24He leadeth me, O blessed thought
d25I have toiled all night and for many a day
d26I say it over and over
d27In my prison dark and gloomy
d28In rich profusion lay the flowers
d29In the silent midnight watches Comes to me
d30Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave
d31Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d32Josiah put his slippers on
d33Josiah, put your slippers on
d34Launch out, launch out into the deep
d35Like a lion growling low
d36Look behold the golden dawning
d37Lord, have mercy on our nation
d38Mariner, on life's rough sea
d39Men of thought, be up, and stirring
d40My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d41My hope is built on sacred word
d42Nearer the crystal sea, nearer eternity
d43Nobody knows of the work it makes
d44O Father, from thy throne on high
d45O hear the temperance bells ring out
d46O many weary years have passed
d47O the rosy wine is blushing
d48O wear our badge of snowy white
d49O'er our land a dark cloud hovers
d50O'er the waves our good ship rides
d51Only a few fleeting days or years
d52Only a gentle word spoken
d53Our country, 'tis of thee
d54Our lovely land is clouded
d55Pealing out on hill and plain
d56Prohibition is the watchword
d57Rally, rally, temperance bells are chiming
d58Rescue the fallen ones, Save, save the erring
d59Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d60See the fatal wine glass lifted
d61See the sower and the reaper
d62Sleep soft, true heart, and slumber well
d63Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling
d64Stand up for prohibition
d65Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the cross
d66Talk ye not to me of license
d67Ten cents a glass, ten cents a glass
d68The master bids us cultivate
d69The White Ribbon stands for home
d70There are bands of ribbon white
d71There are lonely hearts to cherish
d72There is a country, so bright and fair
d73There were lonely hearts at Bethany
d74There's a foe in the land, he's all about
d75There's a great day coming, a great day coming
d76There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than day
d77There's a river of life, pure as crystal
d78There's no light in the window for me
d79Three sons slept well at home that night
d80Throw to the wind your doubt and fear
d81To the call of the Master
d82Traveler though thy [your] feet are worn
d83Trust the Savior now and ever
d84Upon the chilly night A sudden sound of fright
d85Wake the song of home protection
d86Watch, watch, watch, for ye know not when
d87We are girls so gay and happy
d88We shall stand before the King
d89We're fighting for our children
d90What a friend we have in Jesus
d91What will you do for the wayward boy
d92When baby receives the fatherly kiss
d93When down the street with passage fleet
d94When peace and joy triumphant reign
d95Where is my wandering girl tonight
d96Who fills the widow's eyes with tears
d97Why is your house so shabby and old
d98Work away, work and pray
d99Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sin
d100You're starting my boy [soul] [today] on life's journey
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