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Do what you can

Don't think there is nothing for children to do

Author: Alfred Arthur Graley
Published in 16 hymnals

Author: Alfred Arthur Graley

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Text Information

First Line: Don't think there is nothing for children to do
Title: Do what you can
Author: Alfred Arthur Graley
Refrain First Line: Children, do all that you can

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 16 of 16)
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A Companion to the Canadian Sunday School Harp #130

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A Manual of Devotion and Hymns for the House of Refuge, City of New York #384

Children's Praise #d34

Gospel Gleanings #d7

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Grace and Glory #6

Happy Voices #d37

Living Fountain #d17

New Hosannas #d17

Sunday School Service and Hymn Book arranged by the Sunday School Committee #d29

The Canadian Sunday School Harp #d32

The Hymns of "Happy Voices" (without music) #d37

The Junior Hymnal #d18

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The Portfolio of Sunday School Songs #79

The Saint John's Church Sunday School Hymn Book #d25

The Voice of Praise, a new collection #d28

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White Robes for the Sunday School #22

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