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The army of temperance is gathering its men

The army of temperance is gathering its men

Author: J. W. Bunce
Published in 10 hymnals

Author: J. W. Bunce

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Text Information

First Line: The army of temperance is gathering its men
Author: J. W. Bunce
Refrain First Line: Marching along, we are marching along



Instances (1 - 10 of 10)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Bible Temperance Hymns #d47
Bible Temperance Hymns #37Page Scan
Praise Book #78Page Scan
Precious Hymns #204Page Scan
Ripples of Song #d55
Temperance Chimes: comprising a great variety of new music, glees, songs, and hymns, designed for the use of temperance meeting and organizations, glee clubs, bands of hope, and the home circle #62Page Scan
The Canadian Hymnal #d283
The Canadian Hymnal #d352
The Canadian Hymnal #d353
The New Canadian Hymnal: a collection of hymns and music for Sunday schools, young people's societies, prayer & praise meetings, family circles #101Page Scan
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