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Happy children are marching along

Happy children are marching along

Author: Mabel J. Rosemon
Tune: [Happy children are marching along]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Happy children are marching along,
Keeping time to their martial song;
‘Tis the army of the children’s mighty King,
How their glad young voices ring!

Refrain:
In the army of the King we are marching,
Boldly marching, bravely marching!
Where our Captain goes before,
We will follow evermore,
While we sing our happy song.
For the name of Jesus is our watchword,
While we’re marching, bravely marching;
We are always sure to win
When we fight the hosts of sin,
So we boldly march along.

2 Ever ready to heed his command,
We’re a true hearted, faithful band,
With a purpose firm and strong, and courage high,
“Forward” is our battle cry. [Refrain]

3 Forward marching where’er he shall lead,
Proving faithful in ev’ry deed;
Never falter while his standard we can see,
We shall win the victory. [Refrain]

Source: His Worthy Praise #140

Author: Mabel J. Rosemon

Mabel J. Rosemon, 1880-? Born: De­cem­ber 3, 1880, Man­hat­tan, New York. Rosemon seems to have been liv­ing in Mer­cer Coun­ty, New Jer­sey, in 1900. Her works in­clude: Christmas Sug­gest­ion Book No. 2 (ed­it­or), 1928 --www.nethymnal.com  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Happy children are marching along
Author: Mabel J. Rosemon
Refrain First Line: In the army of the King we are



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