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Praises to our King

Author: J. Owen Long

Early 20th Century We have little data on long, except that one of his songs, dated 1906, was dedicated "to my co-laborer, Evangelist G. B. Fadeley." Lyrics: Always Be Kind to Mother Awake, Arise Ye Sons of Men Bells of Heaven Are Ringing, The Brother, the Savior Invites You Come and Join Our Happy Band Come, Weary Soul, by Sin Oppressed Easter Lilies Whisper Sweet, The Every Flower Has a Message Sweet Hail, Hail the King Who Came Down Hail the King Hark, the Glad Bells Have You Looked in the Highways and Hedges? I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say If There’s Sunlight in Your Soul I’m Happy in the Savior’s Love Is Your Soul by Sin Oppressed? Leave Th… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Come and join our happy band
Title: Praises to our King
Author: J. Owen Long
Refrain First Line: Merrily sing, merrily sing

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Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Association Songs No.1 #d27

Children's Praises #d6

Page Scan

Perfect Praise #112

Sparkling Jewels (in song) #d9

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