Young Singer's Friend: or, the Lee Avenue collection of hymns and songs, sacred and secular, suitable for Sabbath schools, social circles, children's meetings, concerts, anniversaries, etc.

Editor: Jeremiah Johnson
Publisher: A. S. Barnes & Co., New York, N.Y., 1859
Denomination: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
Notes: Divided in Parts: Part I (# only) , Doxolgies (d1), Part II (a1), Selections for Chanting (c1), Part III -Secular songs (s1), Rounds (r1).
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s99Softly fades the twilight rayPage Scan
s100Happy land, happy land Page Scan
s101O, merry goes the timePage Scan
s102My drink shall be the flowing fountainPage Scan
s103Hear the temperance call, freemenPage Scan
s104Children all, both great and smallPage Scan
s105Some love to drink from the foamy brinkPage Scan
s106Come, now, every girl and boyPage Scan
s107Haste to the mountain sidePage Scan
s108I asked a sweet robin one morning in MayPage Scan
s109Give me a draught from the crystal springPage Scan
s110O Jerusalem, fair dwellingPage Scan
s111How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhoodPage Scan
s112Sparkling and bright in its liquid lightPage Scan
s113The drink that's in the drunkard's bowlPage Scan
s114My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
r1School is open, take your placesPage Scan
r2Cheerily, cheerily sound the strainPage Scan
r3He that from the o'erflowing bowlPage Scan
r4If a weary task you find itPage Scan
r5Seek from the skiesPage Scan
r6Time, a smooth, deceitful streamPage Scan
r7Let us chant the evening songPage Scan
r8Day is gonePage Scan
r9Early to bed, and early to risePage Scan
r10Come, girls, comePage Scan
r11Dear friends [brothers] [brethren], farewell, I do you tellPage Scan

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