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Some mother's child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Bells of Heaven #d26 (1898) Hymnal Title: Bells of Heaven First Line: At home or away, in the alley or street

Some mother's child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Bells of Heaven #d23 (1898) Hymnal Title: Bells of Heaven First Line: At home or away, in the alley or street

Some mother's child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Down at the Cross #d24 (1917) Hymnal Title: Down at the Cross First Line: At home or away, In the lane or the street Refrain First Line: It is some mother's child
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'Tis Some Mother's Child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Garnered Sheaves #137 (1888) Hymnal Title: Garnered Sheaves First Line: At home or abroad in the alley or street Languages: English Tune Title: [At home or abroad in the alley or street]

'Tis some mother's child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Harp of Zion #d11 (1893) Hymnal Title: Harp of Zion First Line: At home or abroad in the alley or street
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'Tis some mother's child!

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Holy Voices for the Sunday School, and other services of the church #171 (1883) Hymnal Title: Holy Voices for the Sunday School, and other services of the church First Line: At home or abroad, in the alley or street
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‘Tis Some Mother’s Child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Melodious Sonnets #93 (1885) Hymnal Title: Melodious Sonnets First Line: At home or abroad, in the alley or street Lyrics: 1 At home or abroad, in the alley or street, Wherever I chance in the wide world to meet A girl that is thoughtless, a boy that is wild, My heart echoes softly—‘tis some mother’s child. Refrain: ‘Tis some mother’s child! ‘Tis some mother’s child! For her sake deal gently with some mother’s child, For her sake deal gently with some mother’s child. 2 And when I see those o’er whom long years have roll’d, Whose hearts have grown hardened, whose spirits are cold; Be it woman all fallen, or man all defiled, A voice whispers sadly—‘tis some mother’s child. [Refrain] 3 No matter how far from the right she hath strayed, No matter what inroads dishonor hath made; No matter what elements cankered the pearl— Tho’ tarnished and sullied, she’s some mother’s girl. [Refrain] 4 No matter how wayward his footsteps have been; No matter how deep he is sunken, in sin; No matter how low is his standard of joy,— Tho’ guilty and loathsome, he’s some mother’s boy. [Refrain] 5 That head hat been pillowed on tenderest breast; That form hath been wept o’er, those lips have been pressed; That soul hath been prayed for in tones sweet and mild; For her sake deal gently with some mother’s child. Tune Title: [At home or abroad, in the alley or street]

'Tis some mother's child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Notes of Triumph, for the Sunday School #d17 (1891) Hymnal Title: Notes of Triumph, for the Sunday School First Line: At home or abroad in the alley or street
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'Tis Some Mother's Child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Notes of Triumph #250 (1886) Hymnal Title: Notes of Triumph First Line: At home or abroad in the alley or street Topics: Activity Languages: English Tune Title: [At home or abroad in the alley or street]

Some mother's child

Author: Francis L. Keeler Hymnal: Rescue Hymns #d4 (1896) Hymnal Title: Rescue Hymns First Line: At home or away, in the alley or street

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