Western Style Songs. Vol. 2

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Editor: John W. Peterson
Publisher: Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1960
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d1After the toil and the heat of the day
d2Are you discouraged and are you blue
d3Are you sad and lonely
d4Because I'm His there's nothing I need fear
d5Darling, the day has come
d6Days are filled with sorrow and care, Hearts are lonely and drear
d7God hath [has] not promised skies always blue
d8He's got the whole [wide] world in his hands
d9I don't know about tomorrow
d10I don't know all the answers
d11I heard the angels sing
d12I was a poor lost sinner
d13I will trust and never be afraid
d14If I should be living when Jesus comes
d15I'm just a little fellow
d16It's not an easy road we are traveling
d17Lift up your eyes, weary traveler
d18My heart was once so dark and full of sin
d19O how well I remember
d20O there's only one way to heaven, brother
d21Some day a trumpet will sound
d22Sooner or later the skies will be bright
d23The Savior knows my every sorrow
d24The warmth of the sunshine
d25There's a beautiful Rose ever blooming
d26There's a dear and precious book
d27There's a light in the window of heaven
d28Though shadows deepen and my heart bleeds
d29Upon a thousand hills, the cattle are my Lord's
d30Weary soul as you travel along on life's way
d31Who cares when the days are dreary
d32You ask [me] why I am happy so I'll just tell you
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