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Down in the Licensed Saloon

Down in a room all cozy and bright

Author: W. A. Williams
Tune: [Down in the Licensed Saloon]
Published in 16 hymnals

Author: W. A. Williams

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Text Information

First Line: Down in a room all cozy and bright
Title: Down in the Licensed Saloon
Author: W. A. Williams
Refrain First Line: There is my wandering boy tonight

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 16 of 16)

Bells of Heaven #d89

Cream of Song #d44

Gospel Chimes #d19

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Gospel Songs No. 2 #373

New Anti-Saloon Songs #d18

New Anti-Saloon Songs #d18

Prohibition Chimes for Temperance, Prohibition and All Reform Meetings #d10

Sacred Chimes, a Book of New and Old Hymns and Tunes #d39

Songland Melodies ... a New Song Book for Revivals #d15

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Songs of the Peacemaker #136

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The Gospel Call #43

The Live Wire #d2

The Re-Charged Live Wire #d5

The Search Light #155

The Temperance Song Banner #d16

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