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Ever with me abide

My burdened heart is thine, dear

Author: Alfred Beirly
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Alfred Beirly

Dr. Alfred Beirly was the author of many song books: Great Joy!, 1881 Crowning Glory No. 1, 1889 Sovereign Choir No. 1, A Book of Easy Anthems, 1889 Beirly’s Memorial Songs No. 1, 1892 Beirly’s Jubilee Choir Vol. 2, 1892 Beirly’s Song Triumph, 1892 Beirly’s Festal Days, 1894 Golden Grain Nos. 1 and 2 Combined, 1894 Beirly’s School Songs for Public or Private Schools, Academies and Colleges, No. 1, 1896 Beirly’s National Singer, 1898 The Concert Master, 1899 Emmanuel, a Sacred Oratorio, 1892 A Greater Chicago (The Woman’s Temple, date unknown) The Song Wonder, 1907 A New Harbor for Chicago, 1908 NN, Hymnary editor. Source: http://www.hymntime.com/tch… Go to person page >

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First Line: My burdened heart is thine, dear
Title: Ever with me abide
Author: Alfred Beirly
Refrain First Line: Precious Savior, lead me ever
Copyright: Public Domain

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Golden Grain #189

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