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A gladsome hymn of praise we sing

Author: Ambrose N. Blatchford Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d1 (1937)

All glory, laud, and honor to thee, Redeemer, King

Author: John M. Neale; John Mason Neale; Theodulph of Orleans Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d2 (1937)

All the happy children gladly join our song

Author: Frances B. Dillingham Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d3 (1937)

All things bright

Author: Cecil F. Alexander Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d4 (1937) First Line: All things bright and beautiful

At Easter time the lilies fair

Author: Frederick A. Jackson Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d5 (1937)

Away in a [the] manger, no crib

Author: Martin Luther Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d6 (1937)

We, thy children, join the chorus

Author: Luella F. Cole Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d7 (1937) First Line: Birds are singing, woods are ringing

Do the children far away

Author: D. H. Stone Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d8 (1937)

Every morning seems to say

Author: Henry van Dyke, 1852-1933; Henry Van Dyke Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d9 (1937)

Far away in old Judea

Author: Walter J. Mathams Hymnal: S4LC1937 #d10 (1937)


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