The Good Old Songs: a choice collection of the good old hymns and tunes as they were sung by our fathers and mothers: the cream of the old music: selections suitable for class practice...

Compiled by: Elder C. H. Cayce
Publisher: Cayce Publishing Co., Thornton, Arkansas, 1914
Language: English
Notes: Seven-shape Aikin notation.
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d201Here in the vineyard of my Lord
d202He's gone, the spotless soul is gone
d203High in yonder realms of light
d204High o'er the hills the mountains rise
d205High on a throne my Lord doth sit
d206His death we mourn, who lately stood
d207Hither, ye faithful, haste with [in] songs of triumph
d208Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d209Hosanna to Jesus, I am filled with his praise
d210How beauteous are their [his] feet
d211How charming is the place
d212How condescending, and how kind
d213How did my heart rejoice to hear
d214How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d215How happy are the souls above, From sin
9Oh, how happy are they Who their Saviour obeyTRUE HAPPINESS
d217How happy [happy's] every child of grace, who [that] feels [knows] his sins forgiven
d218How long, dear Savior, O how long
d219How long shall death, the tyrant, reign
d220How lost was [is] my [our] condition
d221How lovely, how divinely sweet
d222How oft, alas, this [our] wretched [sinful] [wicked] heart
d223How painfully pleasing the fond recollection Of youthful connections [emotions]
d224How pleasant 'tis to see
d225How pleased and blest was I
d226How precious is the book divine
d227How sad and awful [dreadful] is my state
d228How shall the sons of men appear
d229How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sight
d230How sweet to reflect on the [those] joys that await me [us]
d231How tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hours
d232Humble souls, who [that] seek salvation
d233Hungry, and faint and poor
d234I am a great complainer
d235I am a little scholar
d236I am a poor wayfaring stranger
7I am a stranger here belowPILGRIM SONG
d238I am, saith Christ, the Way
d239I came to the place where the lone pilgrim lay
d240I hear the low winds sweeping through every bush and tree bush and tree
d241I know that my Redeemer lives, what comfort this
d242I lift my heart to God
d243I love my blessed Savior, I feel I'm in his favor
d244I love my Savior God
d245I love the sons of grace
d246I love thy kingdom, Lord
d247I love to see the Lord below
d248I love to steal awhile away
28I walked abroad one morning fair
d250I want a heart to pray
d251I want to live a Christian here
d252I was a wandering sheep
d253I would but cannot sing
d254I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
56I would see Jesus when the flowers
d256If God is mine, then present things
d257If human kindness meets return
d258If, Lord, in thy fair book of life
d259I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d260I'm dying, mother, dying now
d261I'm not ashamed to own my [the] Lord
44I'm thinking today of the church
d263In all my Lord's appointed ways
d264In darkest hours and greatest grief
d265In every trying hour
29In heaven my choicest treasure lies
d267In mercy, Lord, remember me
d268In seasons of grief to my God I'll repair
d269In Sharon's lovely Rose
15In songs of sublime adoration and praiseCONCORD
d271In the Christian's home in [of] glory
d272In the floods of tribulation
d273In vain we seek for peace with God
d274Infinite excellence is thine
d275Infinite grace, and can it be
d276Jehovah is a God of might
d277Jerusalem, my happy home, O how I long for thee
d278Jesus, and shall it ever be
d279Jesus, before thy face I [we] fall
d280Jesus, by heavenly hosts adored
d281Jesus, engrave it on my heart
67Jesus grant us all a blessing
d283Jesus heals the broken hearted
12Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leaveDISCIPLE
d285Jesus, I sing thy matchless [wondrous] grace
d286Jesus, in thy transporting name
d287Jesus is all I wish or want
d288Jesus is gone above the skies [sky]
d289Jesus is our great salvation
d290Jesus, lead me by thy power
49Jesus, Lord, we look to thee
51Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d293Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gone
d294Jesus requires his saints
d295Jesus the God invites us here
d296Jesus the Lamb of God hath bled
d297Jesus, thou art the sinner's friend
d298Jesus, thou soul of all our joys
d299Jesus, thy blood and righteousness
d300Jesus, united by thy grace

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