Western Style Songs. Vol. 3

Editor: John W. Peterson
Publisher: Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1963
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d1A pilgrim was I and awandering
d2Beckoning [Beautiful] hands at the gateway tonight
d3Do not linger any longer
d4Everywhere I chance to go
d5Fear thou not, for I am with thee, I will be thy stay
d6Have you started for glory and heaven
d7He walked that lonesome road
d8He watches over his children on the way
d9I love him, he's so precious to me
d10I was not in the garden
d11I will meet you in the morning
d12I'm just a pilgrim in this strange country
d13In a lonely graveyard [churchyard], many miles away
d14In shady green pastures
d15In these days of toil and strife
d16In times like these you need a Savior
d17Just a wayward lamb
d18Like the sheep in the story of old
d19No other song have I but that of Jesus
d20O fathomless mercy, O infinite grace
d21Oft times the day seems long, Our hard trials to bear
d22Over the river faces I see
d23So send I you, to labor unrewarded
d24Thank thee, Lord, for hearing my prayer
d25That old family altar I knew as a boy
d26The sands have been washed in the footprints
d27There was a time on earth, when in the book of heaven
d28There's a book I've always treasured
d29There's a nail somewhere
d30There's a precious old book, it's the Bible
d31There's a stairway that winds up to heaven
d32We are going down the valley
d33When the saints are called to heaven
d34When the twilight comes stealing
d35Where is my wandering boy tonight
d36Why did Jesus give up heaven's glory
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