On one and all, yonder the sun

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1 On one and all yonder the sun is shining bright,
On one and all merrily now our hearts are bounding,
Hope is our path shedding her beams of rosy light
Bids our army now advancing hail, all hail,
On while the Spring scatters her buds and blossoms fair,
On while the birds cheerfully wake the dewy air,
On one and all labor and toil gladly share,
Joyfully now joyfully, now joyfully march away.

Steadily then our guide we follow,
Steadily marching on,
Gratefully now we sing,
Glory to God our King
Tenderly sweet his voice will cheer us,
Tenderly sweet today,
Hear him call to each, go forward, march away.

2 Brave hearts and true, now from the Sunday School we come,
On move the ranks under our banner brightly gleaming,
Brave hearts and true, lovingly going, going home,
There to dwell with our Redeemer evermore,
Though on our way many a rocky steep we climb,
Firm be our step, cheerily still our voices chime,
Faith wings our flight over the wide sea of time,
Up to the land, beautiful land, beautiful land of song. [Refrain]

Source: Wondrous Love: A Collection of Songs and Services for Sunday Schools #168

Author: B. F. Blakeley

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First Line: On one and all, yonder the sun
Author: B. F. Blakeley
Refrain First Line: Steadily then our guide
Copyright: Public Domain



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