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Songs for the Little Ones at Home

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d201The week is passing fast away
d202There came to my window
d203There, go to sleep, Dolly, in mother's own lap
d204There is a happy land, Far, [not] far away
d205There is a land above
d206There is, beyond the sky, A heaven of joy and love
d207There, run away, you little things
d208There was a noble ark
d209There's a poor beggar going by
d210They say I was but four years old
d211This year is just going away
d212Those children, who are all the day
d213Three little words we often see
d214Throw open the window, and fasten it there
d215To bed, to bed, my curly head
d216To do to others as I would that they should do to me
d217Tumble down, tumble up, never mind it
d218'Twas God that made the little fly
d219'Twas here my sister dear was drowned
d220Twinkle, twinkle, little star
d221Two beggars are at the door, mamma
d222Two good little girls, Marianne and Maria
d223Very little things are we
d224Welcome, welcome, little stranger
d225Well, now I'll sit down
d226What is that, mother, the lark, my child
d227What is this pretty little thing
d228What, looking in the glass again
d229Whatever brawls disturb the street
d230When children are naughty
d231When darkness veils the distant hill
d232When General Washington was young
d233When little Ned was sent to bed
d234When little ones worry
d235When little Samuel woke
d236When my father comes home in the evening
d237Whene'er I take my walks abroad
d238Whither are these people walking
d239Who am I that shine so bright
d240Who often with me kindly played
d241Who showed the little [tiny] ant the way
d242Who taught you to sing
d243Why is Sarah standing there
d244Will you come to our Sabbath school
d245Yea, fear not, fear not, little ones

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