B. M. Lawrence

Short Name: B. M. Lawrence
Full Name: Lawrence, B. M. (Benjamin M.)
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Texts by B. M. Lawrence (122)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A gentle word hath a wonderful powerB. M. L. (Arranger)English1
Abou Ben Adhem, may his tribe increaseBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English1
All hail! Friends of Progress, with words of good cheerBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
All hail the time, sweet by and byBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
All hail thou green isle of the oceanB. M. L. (Author)English1
All hail, ye brave knights of free laborB. M. L. (Author)English2
Almighty power of heaven and earthBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Although earth-weary wanderersBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Among all the tender and hallowed thingsBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Angel friends now hover near usB. M. L. (Author)English1
Author of life, Father of loveB. M. L. (Author)English2
Break every yoke, and set thy spirit freeB. M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Come and rejoice that our Father in heavenB. M. L. (Author)English2
Come, angels, lead us in the lightB. M. L. (Author)English2
Come, come, love, todayBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Come, dear angel guides, draw nearBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Come hear the welcome voiceBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Come set thy house in orderBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Come, sweet angels, while we singBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English3
Dare to be free from every wrongBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Deep down my soul is sunk in more than endless gloomB. M. L. (Author)English2
Drink no more, my brother, brotherBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Drink wine no more, men by the scoreBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Earth and heaven now are blendingB. M. L. (Author)English2
Evergreen mountains of beautyBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Eye hath not seen, ear hath not heard, Of the bliss in store aboveB. M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Father, we are weary pilgrimsBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Friends of temperance, take fresh courageB. M. L. (Author)English1
Great Jehovah, grant to guide meBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
He gazed upon the gathered throngB. M. L. (Author)English2
Ho, every one of you that thirstB. M. L. (Author)English2
Hushed is the voice we loved to hearB. M. L. (Author)English2
I know not if the dark or lightB. M. L. (Author)English3
I need thee every hour, Dear angel guideB. M. L. (Author)English1
I will sing the glad songB. M. L. (Author)English2
If the past we could never recallBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
In that land beyond the riverB. M. Lawrence, M.D. (Author)English2
In that sweet land of sunshineBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
In the soul world are mansionsB. M. L. (Author)English2
Jes' cum a little closter, chileB. M. L. (Author)English2
Joy to the world for light is comeBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Life is fleeting sweetly onwardBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Life's pathway, from the cradle to the tombB. M. L. (Author)English2
Men who drink wine have woe we are toldB. M. L. (Author)English2
More dear than love's dream are my thoughts of an artistBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Must we place on the lowlyBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
My darling boy, his mother criedB. M. L. (Author)English2
O sing me a song, sing a hopeful songBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
O wait till the good time coming comesB. M. Lawrence (Author)English2
O would were mine some wondrous powerBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
O, don't you remember the brave boys, Luke RandB. M. L. (Author)English2
O, I command a dreadful bandB. M. L. (Author)English2
O think of that home over there, Near the banks of the river of peaceB. M. L. (Author)English2
O, Thou the great Life Giver, from whom all blessings flowB. M. L. (Author)English2
This world of strife is not our homeB. M. L. (Author)English1
Our ship glides over the waterB. M. L. (Author)English3
Pilgrims of progress hereB. M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Pilgrims on life's thorny pathwayBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Prophet, tell us of the lightB. M. L. (Author)English2
Rejoice, and with the angels singB. M. L. (Author)English2
Return, old time, with love's young dreamB. M. L. (Author)English2
Savior, draw near to meBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English1
Say, heaving sea, hast thou a heartBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Should tempests and clouds gather darkly around theeB. M. L. (Adapter)English1
Sing of love and peace foreverB. M. L. (Author)English2
Source of life and love supremeB. M. Lawrence, M.D. (Author)English2
Summer's fragrant blooms have fledB. M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Supreme Ruler, we implore theeBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Sweet home above, sweet home of loveB. M. L. (Author)English3
Sweet summer land beyond the riverB. M. Lawrence, M.D. (Author)English2
Tell me not that youth is fleetingBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
The banner of truth to the breeze is unfurledB. M. L. (Author)English1
The blaze upon the hearth burns lowBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
The gates of glory stand ajarB. M. L. (Author)English3
The golden day is dimly dawningBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
The love of place, the lust for powerBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
The man who casts the world asideBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
The noblest men that live on earthB. M. L. (Alterer)English1
The sands of time are flowing fastB. M. L. (Author)English2
The voice of Truth doth sayB. M. Lawrence (Author)English2
The voice of truth supremeB. M. L. (Author)English2
Then cease to do evil and learn to do wellBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Then touch not thou the unclean thingB. M. L. (Author)English2
There are ninety and nine who drink and dieB. M. L. (Author)English2
There is a beautiful world aboveBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
There is a land of fruits and vinesBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
There is a rest awaiting for meB. M. L. (Author)English2
There is a world, a beautiful worldBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English3
There is a world so bright and fairB. M. L. (Author)English3
There, safe at home, from all sorrow set freeBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
They can come, O blessed thoughtBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
They come to me, most cheerful thoughtB. M. L. (Author)English1
Those we love who have passed through the valeBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Thou art passing adown the dark valleyBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Thou Source of life, O hear my prayerBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English4
Through the vale of life we wanderB. M. L. (Author)English3
Through the portals beamingB. M. L. (Author)English3
Truth is the leader of our bandBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Wayfaring pilgrims on earth among strangersBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
We are told of a world where the rough seas of timeB. M. L. (Author)English2
We are waiting for the morning [dawning]B. M. L. (Author)English4
We have heard of a world far awayBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
We remember the time when the world was in doubtBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English3
We shall meet beyond the river, Where the billows cease to rollB. M. L. (Author)English4
We shall meet those we love over thereB. M. L. (Author)English2
We sing of that valley of peaceB. M. L. (Author)English2
We're going home where angels roamBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When all our work is doneBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When all the chords of earth life shall severB. M. L. (Author)English2
When man shall keep the great commandBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When my soul seemed all forsakenBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When old wrong from earth shall perishBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English3
When the right over wrong shall prevailBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English8
When we feel earth life is closingBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When we hear the music ringing In the bright celestial domeB. M. L. (Author)English1
When we meet among the angelsBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When we meet beyond the river, In the sweet bye and byeBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
When you see a fellow mortalB. M. L. (Alterer)English2
With heaving sigh and swelling heartB. M. L. (Author)English1
Woe unto them that rise up early in the morningB. M. L. (Author)English2
Wondrous truth, what joy to knowBenjamin M. Lawrence (Author)English2
Work out your own salvation With fear and trembling tooB. M. L. (Author)English2
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