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9919. Something For Children To Do

1 There is something on earth for the children to do,
For the child that is striving to be
Like the One who once murmured in accents of love,
Let the little ones come unto Me.

Refrain:
There is something to do, there is something to do,
There is something for children to do;
On the beautiful earth where the Savior had birth,
There is something for children to do.

2 There are sweet winning words to the weary and sad,
By their glad loving lips to be said;
There are hearts that are waiting by some little hand,
Unto Jesus the Lord to be led. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: There is something on earth for the children to do
Title: Something For Children To Do
Author: Mary B. Sleight
Refrain First Line: There is something to do, there is something to do
Meter: 12.9.12.9 D
Language: English
Source: Palmer's Sabbath School Songs by Horatio R. Palmer (Chicago: Adams, Blackmer & Lyon, 1868)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: YOKOHAMA
Composer: William Bradbury (1864)
Meter: 12.9.12.9 D
Key: B♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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