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William Burton Walbert

Short Name: William Burton Walbert
Full Name: Walbert, William Burton, 1886-1959
Birth Year: 1886
Death Year: 1959

Gospel music singer, composer, and editor, long associated with the James D. Vaughan Music Company, father of noted pianist and composer James D. Walbert

Texts by William Burton Walbert (63)sort descendingAsInstances
Bells are ringing, gladnessW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Brother, as you travel in this world belowW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Fight the fight for God and right, with courage every dayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
From his home in glory Christ the blessed Savior cameW. B. Walbert (Author)4
Glory bells are ringing in my soul, since the blessed Savior made me wholeWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
Happy am I each day walking the glory wayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Homeward I'm going, singing a songW. B. Walbert (Author)2
I am in the glory way, leading to that land of dayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
I am in the way, the bright and shining wayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
I have found a wondrous secret in the dear old Book DivineW. B. Walbert (Author)2
I prayed and I prayed, blessed Jesus has answeredW. B. Walbert (Author)2
I want to live for Christ each dayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
If you are saved from every sinW. B. W. (Author)2
If your soul is saved from sinW. B. Walbert (Author)1
I'm just a weary pilgrim in this oldW. B. Walbert (Author)2
I'm only a pilgrim and a stranger, I'm traveling through this weary world belowW. B. Walbert (Author)1
I'm walking in the shining wayW. B. W. (Author)2
I'm walking with Christ, the Friend that I loveW. B. Walbert (Author)3
In a world of sadness as you go alongW. B. Walbert (Author)2
In this world of sin and grief, oft in vain we seek reliefW. B. Walbert (Author)1
I've left the sinful, rugged bywayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Jesus is tenderly pleadingW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Jesus, my Lord, is daily walkingW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Jesus, my Redeemer is so precious to meW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Lift up your hearts in joyful songW. B. Walbert (Author)3
Living for Jesus every dayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Living in the sunlight of the savior's smileW. B. W. (Author)2
Lovelight is shiningW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Mid the changing scenes of life, with the trouble, sin and strifeW. B. Walbert (Author)2
My life was lost in sin and shameW. B. Walbert (Author)2
O love divine so tender and compellingWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
O behold the golden fields of ripened grainW. B. Walbert (Author)2
O my christian brother, as you travel along to gloryW. B. W. (Author)2
O sinner, far from God and homeW. B. Walbert (Author)2
O weary heart bowed down with careW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Once I was wandering in the valley of sin and despairW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Once my life was steeped in sin (Walbert)W. B. Walbert (Author)3
One of these days, it won't be longWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
Onward, soldiers of Jesus, hear the battle cryW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Peace like a river flows through my soulW. B. Walbert (Author)7
Praise Him, praise Him, Jesus the Savior KingW. B. W. (Author)2
Press along glad pilgrim band to the shining glory landW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Scatter sunshine, golden sunshine, all along the wayWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
Soldiers in the army of the KingWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
Some glad day, some glorious morning, when all cares and troubles are o'erW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Some happy day, some morning fairW. B. W. (Author)2
Someone is grieving the Savior todayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
There is a glory hallelujah in my happy soulW. B. Walbert (Author)3
There is a wonderful story how the Lord came from gloryW. B. Walbert (Author)2
There's a beacon light that's shining o so brightWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
There's a beautiful home above for the good and the blestW. B. Walbert (Author)3
There's a song of gladness in my soul todayW. B. W. (Author)2
We are an army, great and grand, under our blessed Saviour's commandW. B. W. (Author)2
Weary brother astray, trust the Savior todayW. B. Walbert (Author)2
When burdens are heavy and shadows hang lowW. B. Walbert (Author)1
When shadows hover nearW. B. Walbert (Author)2
When shadows overcast the sky, and stormy billows rollWilliam Burton Walbert (Author)2
When the day is dying in the westW. B. W. (Author)2
When the days are dark and dreary, and the clouds are hanging lowW. B. Walbert (Author)2
When the days are sad and long, and it seems you've lost your songW. B. Walbert (Author)2
When the shadows are gatheringW. B. Walbert (Author)2
When this life is ended and I cross the chilly tideW. B. Walbert (Author)2
Whosoever is ringing over land and seaW. B. W. (Author)2
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