Songs for Little People: for use in Sunday-School, the kindergarten and the home

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1Father in heaven, bless thy little children[Father in heaven, bless thy little children]Page Scan
2Father, we thank thee for the night[Father, we thank thee for the night]Page Scan
3Holy Sabbath, happy morning[Holy Sabbath, happy morning]Page Scan
4God of heaven, hear our singing[God of heaven, hear our singing]Page Scan
5The quiet Sabbath morn is here[The quiet Sabbath morn is here]Page Scan
6In the trees the birds are singing, in the mountains and the glens[In the trees the birds are singing, in the mountains and the glens]Page Scan
7Each little flower that opens[Each little flower that opens]Page Scan
8Little lamb, who made thee?[Little lamb, who made thee?]Page Scan
9Jesus bids us shine With a clear, pure light[Jesus bids us shine With a clear, pure light]Page Scan
10Jesus loves me! this I know[Jesus loves me! this I know]Page Scan
11For my home and friends I thank thee[For my home and friends I thank thee]Page Scan
12God, make my life a little light[God, make my life a little light]Page Scan
13How strong and sweet my Father's care[How strong and sweet my Father's care]Page Scan
14"The Master has come over Jordan"["The Master has come over Jordan"]Page Scan
15Lord, who lovest little children[Lord, who lovest little children]Page Scan
16Hear us thank thee, kindest Friend[Hear us thank thee, kindest Friend]Page Scan
17Saviour, like a shepherd lead us[Saviour, like a shepherd lead us]Page Scan
18Thou, gracious Lord, our Shepherd art[Thou, gracious Lord, our Shepherd art]Page Scan
19Gentle Jesus, meek and mild[Gentle Jesus, meek and mild]Page Scan
20Saviour, teach me day by day[Saviour, teach me day by day]Page Scan
21I cannot do great things for him[I cannot do great things for him]Page Scan
22One little star in the starry night[One little star in the starry night]Page Scan
23"As ye would others should to you, So"["As ye would others should to you, So"]Page Scan
24I think,—when I read that sweet story of old[I think,—when I read that sweet story of old]Page Scan
25Jesus, Friend of little children[Jesus, Friend of little children]Page Scan
26Lord of the sunlight, Lord of the starlightCRUSADERS' HYMNPage Scan
27Now the day is over[Now the day is over]Page Scan
28When my evening prayer is spoken[When my evening prayer is spoken]Page Scan
29Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me[Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me]Page Scan
30Suffer little children, and forbid them not[Suffer little children, and forbid them not]Page Scan
31He that loveth not knoweth not God[He that loveth not knoweth not God]Page Scan
32Freely ye received, freely give[Freely ye received, freely give]Page Scan
33Be ye kind one to another[Be ye kind one to another]Page Scan
34Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth[Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth]Page Scan
35We love him, because he first loved us[We love him, because he first loved us]Page Scan
36Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God[Blessed are the pure in heart]Page Scan
37Can a little child, like me[Can a little child, like me]Page Scan
38Pumpkins are heaped in piles[Pumpkins are heaped in piles]Page Scan
39What shall little children bring on Christmas Day[What shall little children bring on Christmas Day]Page Scan
40Why do bells for Christmas ring?[Why do bells for Christmas ring?]Page Scan
41Carol, children, carol[Carol, children, carol]Page Scan
42Holy night! silent night![Holy night! silent night!]Page Scan
43What can I give Him[What can I give Him]Page Scan
44aAway in a manger, no crib for a bed[Away in a manger, no crib for a bed]Page Scan
44bAway in a manger, no crib for a bed[Away in a manger, no crib for a bed]Page Scan
45While shepherds watched their flocks by night[While shepherds watched their flocks by night]Page Scan
46Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes![Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes!]Page Scan
47What child is this, who, laid to rest[What child is this, who, laid to rest]Page Scan
48The old year now has run his race[The old year now has run his race]Page Scan
49When Mary in the manger laidCHERRY TREE CAROLPage Scan
50From many a tower both far and near[From many a tower both far and near]Page Scan
51Breaks the joyful Easter dawn[Breaks the joyful Easter dawn]Page Scan
52The sun is gone down[The sun is gone down]Page Scan
53On this blessed Easter day[On this blessed Easter day]Page Scan
54The happy birds with joy will sing[The happy birds with joy will sing]Page Scan
55Tall grasses are swinging[Tall grasses are swinging]Page Scan
56When, his salvation bringing[When, his salvation bringing]Page Scan
57All the happy children[All the happy children]Page Scan
58'Tis children's day; from heart to heart['Tis children's day; from heart to heart]Page Scan
59Children of the heavenly King[Children of the heavenly King]Page Scan
60A little band of knights are we[A little band of knights are we]Page Scan
61To and fro, to and fro, Hear the tread of little children[To and fro, to and fro, Hear the tread of little children]Page Scan
62Whither, pilgrims, are you going[Whither, pilgrims, are you going]Page Scan
63We bring now our gifts to the Master[We bring now our gifts to the Master]Page Scan
64"Give," said the little stream["Give," said the little stream]Page Scan
65We give thee but thine own[We give thee but thine own]Page Scan
66All things come from thee, O Lord[All things come from thee, O Lord]Page Scan
67A birthday greeting to you, dear[A birthday greeting to you, dear]Page Scan
68A welcome, oh, dear children[A welcome, oh, dear children]Page Scan
69O Lord, our hearts would give thee praise[O Lord, our hearts would give thee praise]Page Scan
70Goodbye to all, 'Tis time, we know[Goodbye to all, 'Tis time, we know]Page Scan
71Fly away, fly away over the sea[Fly away, fly away over the sea]Page Scan
72Clouds of gray are in the sky[Clouds of gray are in the sky]Page Scan
73Where do all the daises go?[Where do all the daises go?]Page Scan
74The squirrel hastens to and fro[The squirrel hastens to and fro]Page Scan
75Now hide the flowers beneath the snow[Now hide the flowers beneath the snow]Page Scan
76Tiny little snowflakes[Tiny little snowflakes]Page Scan
77When the snow is on the ground[When the snow is on the ground]Page Scan
78Winter day! frosty day![Winter day! frosty day!]Page Scan
79Little brown seed, O little brown brother[Little brown seed, O little brown brother]Page Scan
80The alder by the river[The alder by the river]Page Scan
81Welcome, welcome, happy bird[Welcome, welcome, happy bird]Page Scan
82Pitapat, pitapat, Fall the tiny raindrops[Pitapat, pitapat, Fall the tiny raindrops]Page Scan
83One day a sunbeam met a cloud[One day a sunbeam met a cloud]Page Scan
84Buds and bells, sweet[Buds and bells, sweet]Page Scan
85Dandelions in the grass[Dandelions in the grass]Page Scan
86How good to lie a little while[How good to lie a little while]Page Scan
87Oh, I couldn't help it![Oh, I couldn't help it!]Page Scan
88Queer little cradles, So silken and gray[Queer little cradles, So silken and gray]Page Scan
89We romp with the flowers and grass[We romp with the flowers and grass]Page Scan
90All the wide meadows are sweet with clover[All the wide meadows are sweet with clover]Page Scan
91Who has seen the wind?[Who has seen the wind?]Page Scan
92Blooming clover blossoms[Blooming clover blossoms]Page Scan
93When the winds of evening blow[When the winds of evening blow]Page Scan
94O beautiful star, That shines from afar[O beautiful star, That shines from afar]Page Scan
95Twinkle, twinkle, little star[Twinkle, twinkle, little star]Page Scan
96The world is such a happy place[The world is such a happy place]Page Scan
97When at morn I first awake[When at morn I first awake]Page Scan
98The world is so full of a number of things[The world is so full of a number of things]Page Scan
99If all were rain and never sun[If all were rain and never sun]Page Scan

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