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Autumn Day

Hymnal: Songs for Little People #101 (1915) Topics: Nature Songs Autumn First Line: Autumn day, bright and gay Languages: English Tune Title: [Autumn day, bright and gay]

Chant for the Seasons

Author: Mark L. Belletini, 1949- Hymnal: Singing the Living Tradition #73 (1993) Meter: Irregular Topics: Autumn and Harvest First Line: Summertime has turned the starwheel Languages: English Tune Title: PRAHA
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Autumn, or the harvest is the end of the world

Hymnal: The Hartford Selection of Hymns from the Most Approved Authors #CCCXIII (1799) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Autumn First Line: See how brown autumn spreads the field Lyrics: 1 See how brown autumn spreads the field; Mark how the whit'ning hills are turn'd; Behold them to the reapers yield, The wheat is sav'd, the tares are burn'd. 2 Thus the great Judge with glory crown'd, Descends to reap the ripen'd earth; Angelic guards attend him down, The same who sang his humble birth. 3 In sounds of glory, hear him speak; "Go search around the flaming world, Haste, call my saints, to rise and take The seats from which their foes were hurl'd. 4 "Go burn the chaff in endless fire, In flames unquench'd consume each tare; Sinners must feel my holy ire, And sink in guilt to deep despair." 5 Thus ends the harvest of the earth, Angels obey the awful voice: They save the wheat and burn the chaff, All heav'n approves the sov'reign choice. Scripture: Matthew 13:39 Languages: English
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Autumn, or the harvest is the end of the world

Hymnal: The Hartford Selection of Hymns #CCCXIII (1802) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Autumn First Line: See how brown autumn spreads the field Lyrics: 1 See how brown autumn spreads the field; Mark how the whit'ning hills are turn'd; Behold them to the reapers yield, The wheat is sav'd, the tares are burn'd. 2 Thus the great Judge with glory crown'd, Descends to reap the ripen'd earth; Angelic guards attend him down, The same who sang his humble birth. 3 In sounds of glory, hear him speak; "Go search around the flaming world, Haste, call my saints, to rise and take The seats from which their foes were hurl'd. 4 "Go burn the chaff in endless fire, In flames unquench'd consume each tare; Sinners must feel my holy ire, And sink in guilt to deep despair." 5 Thus ends the harvest of the earth, Angels obey the awful voice: They save the wheat and burn the chaff, All heav'n approves the sov'reign choice. Scripture: Matthew 13:39 Languages: English
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In Sweet Fields of Autumn

Author: Elizabeth Madison, b. 1883 Hymnal: Singing the Living Tradition #52 (1993) Meter: 12.12.12.12 Topics: Transcending Mystery and Wonder Autumn First Line: In sweet fields of autumn the gold grain is falling Lyrics: 1 In sweet fields of autumn the gold grain is falling, the white clouds drift lonely, the wild swan is calling. Alas for the daisies, the tall fern and grasses, when wind-sweep and rainfall fill lowlands and passes. 2 The snows of December shall fill windy hollow; the bleak rain trails after, the March wind shall follow. The deer through the valleys leave print of their going; and diamonds of sleet mark the ridges of snowing. 3 The stillness of death shall stoop over the water, the plover sweep low where the pale streamlets falter; but deep in the earth clod the black seed is living; when spring sounds her bugles for rousing and giving. Languages: English Tune Title: CRADLE SONG
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Dance, Leaves

Author: Louise Abney Hymnal: Sing for Joy #98 (1961) Topics: Autumn First Line: Autumn leaves are dancing down Lyrics: Autumn leaves are dancing down, are dancing down, are dancing down Leaves of crimson, gold and brown Dance, leaves, dance! Let the wind whirl you round, Make a carpet for the ground, Soon you'll sleep without a sound Sleep, leaves, sleep! Languages: English Tune Title: [Autumn leaves are dancing down]

For autumn's golden days

Author: Unknown Hymnal: The Beacon Song and Service book #183 (1935) Meter: 6.6.4.6.6.6.4 Topics: Autumn and Harvest Languages: English Tune Title: SERUG
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An Autumn Song

Author: Edith Lovell Thomas Hymnal: A First Book in Hymns and Worship #46 (1922) Topics: The Child out of Doors In Autumn First Line: The birds are flying southward Languages: English Tune Title: [The birds are flying southward]
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Autumn Leaves

Hymnal: Songs for Little People #149 (1915) Topics: Nature Songs Autumn First Line: The leaves that all the summer long Languages: English Tune Title: [The leaves that all the summer long]
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Autumn

Author: Bishop Horne Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #158 (1844) Topics: Autumn First Line: See the leaves around us falling Languages: English

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