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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d301Jesus, we bless thy Father's name
d302Jesus, we own thy sovereign sway
d303Jesus, what shall I do to show
d304Jesus, who knows full well
d305Kindred in Christ, for his dear [name's] sake
d306Laid by Jehovah's mighty hands
d307Lamb of God, we fall before thee
d308Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d309Let all our tongues be one
18Let ev'ry creature join To praise th' eternal GodNEWBURG
d311Let me go, my soul is weary
d312Let me, my Savior and my God
d313Let sinners take their course
d314Let the ear of each saint attend
72Let thy Kingdom, blessed Savior
d316Let us adore the eternal word
d317Let worldly minds the world pursue
d318Lie up nearer, brother, nearer
d319Lo what a glorious sight appears
d320Lo what an entertaining sight
d321Long ere the sun began his days
d322Long have we heard the joyful sound
d323Look up my soul with cheerful eye
d324Lord, at thy feet in dust I lie
d325Lord, at thy table I [we] behold The wonders of thy grace
d326Lord, didst thou die, but not for me?
d327Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing
d328Lord, how delightful 'tis to see A whole assembly worship thee
d329Lord, how divine Thy comforts are
d330Lord, I believe; Thy power I own
d331Lord, I freely would confess
d332Lord, in humble, sweet submission, Here we meet to follow thee
d333Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending high
d334Lord of the worlds above, How pleasant and how fair
d335Lord, 'tis an infinite delight
25Lord, to this fountain we repair
d337Lord, 'twas a time of wondrous love
d338Lord, we adore thy bounteous hand
50Lord, we come before thee now
d340Lord, what a feeble piece
d341Lord, when I count thy mercies o'er
d342Lord, when together here we meet
d343Lord, with a grieved and aching heart
d344Love divine, all loves [love] excelling
d345Love divine how sweet the sound
d346Love is the sweetest bud that blows
d347Majestic sweetness sits enthroned upon the Savior's brow
52Mary to her [the] Savior's tomb
65May sacred awe possess Our happy spirits
d350May the grace of Christ [God] our [the] Savior
d351Mercy, O thou Son of David
d352Mid [midst] scenes of confusion and creature complaints
d353Mixture [mixtures] of joy and sorrow I daily do pass through
d354Mortals, awake, with angels join
60Much we talk of Jesus' [Jesu's] blood
d356Must friends and kindred droop and die
4Must Jesus bear the cross aloneMAITLAND
42My brethren dear, hear me relate
d359My buried friends, can I forget
d360My Christian friends in bonds of love, whose hearts
d361My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d362My Father and my God, O teach me
d363My Father, God, and may these lips
d364My Father's house on high is my eternal home
d365My God, how cheerful [cheering] is the sound
d366My God, how endless [lasting] is thy love
d367My God, my life, my love, to thee, to thee I call
d368My God, my portion, and my love, my everlasting all.
d369My God, the spring of all my joys
d370My God, what silken [gentle] cords are thine
d371My head and stay is took [called] away
d372My heart by nature is a stone
d373My heavenly home is bright and fair nor pain nor death
d374My latest sun is sinking fast, My race is nearly run
d375My soul, come, meditate the day, And think
45My soul, repeat His praise Whose mercies are so
d377My soul, with joy attend, While Jesus silence
d378My span of life will soon be done [o'er]
d379My spirit looks to God alone My rock and refuge
d380My thoughts surmount these lower skies
d381Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d382No more, my God, I boast no more, Of all the duties I have done
d383Nor eye hath seen nor ear hath heard
d384Not from the dust affliction grows
d385Not unto us but thee alone
d386Now begin the heavenly theme
55Now, e'en [even] now, I [I'd] yield, I [I'd] yield
d388Now from the east and west and south
d389Now in thy praise, eternal king
d390Now let our mourning [drooping] hearts revive
d391Now let our voices join
d392Now let us raise our cheerful strains
d393Now, Lord, inspire the preacher's heart
d394Now may the Lord reveal his face
d395Now may the Spirit's holy fire
d396O bliss of the purified [pure ones]
d398O could I find from day to day
d397O come, come with me to the old church yard [churchyard]
d399O, for a [an] heart to praise [love] my God
d400O for a breeze of heavenly love

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