Temperance Chimes: comprising a great variety of new music, glees, songs, and hymns, designed for the use of temperance meeting and organizations, glee clubs, bands of hope, and the home circle

Editor: W. B. Bradbury, J. N. Stearns
Publisher: National Temperance Society and Publishing House, New York, 1867
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
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3The little break that glides alongPage Scan
4Cold water, cold water, the great and bounteous giverPage Scan
5Though many crave the flowing bowlPage Scan
6We're coming, we're coming, the fearless and freePage Scan
7Welcome, brethren, welcome herePage Scan
8With joy we hail the temperance causePage Scan
9Away, away the tempting bowlPage Scan
10The brooklet dancing through the glenPage Scan
11Out in the street with naked feetPage Scan
12Our father, dear father has not drunk a dropPage Scan
13Hearts today are beating highPage Scan
14Awake, awake, and join our ranksPage Scan
15Water is best for the trees of the forestPage Scan
16O water for me bright water for mePage Scan
17Dash the wine cup awayPage Scan
18You may boast of your brandy and winePage Scan
19There is a brighter era dawningPage Scan
20On brothers on to meet the foePage Scan
21A little, 'tis a little wordPage Scan
22O have you heard the glorious news that roundPage Scan
23Come, arouse thee, arouse thee, my brave Swiss boyPage Scan
24Dear Father, drink no more, I prayPage Scan
25O, a goodly thing is the cooling springPage Scan
26When you see the ruddy wine, touch it notPage Scan
27He signed the pledgePage Scan
28Friends of temperance, quick to armsPage Scan
29From the mountain's ruggedPage Scan
30'Tis the balmy shower descendingPage Scan
31O come with me, and sing with gleePage Scan
32Friends of freedom, swell the songPage Scan
33Lord, when I read the drunkard's doomPage Scan
33bIntemperance, like a raging floodPage Scan
34Now let us strike the cheerful strainPage Scan
36O touch not the wine cup, dear brotherPage Scan
37O happy is the man [child] who [that] hears instruction's [religion's] [Messiah's] warning voicePage Scan
38May every year but draw more nearPage Scan
39Star of the temperance morning, hailPage Scan
40Lord, before thy holy altarPage Scan
41Sad is the drunkard's lifePage Scan
42O dear, cried he, who rules belowPage Scan
43My soul be on thy [your] guardPage Scan
44A song, a joyous song tonightPage Scan
45How can we leave themPage Scan
46Out in the gloomy night, sadly I roamPage Scan
47Come sound his praise [name] abroad, And hymnsPage Scan
48Gushing so bright in the mornning lightPage Scan
49What is beauty's deadliest foePage Scan
50O patiently we've waited To see the happy dayPage Scan
51How dear to the heart are the scenes of my childhoodPage Scan
52O say, did you see on the brow of that nightPage Scan
53We praise thee, if one rescued soulPage Scan
54Now we can sing with grateful heartsPage Scan
55Weep for the fallen, hang your heads in sorrowPage Scan
56The teetotallers are comingPage Scan
57O what has made the grog men sighPage Scan
58'Tis night, the drunkard sits alonePage Scan
59Ply the oar, brother, and speed the boatPage Scan
60There's a voice that speaks within usPage Scan
61Water, sparkling waterPage Scan
62The army of temperance is gathering its menPage Scan
63O be warned of your dangerPage Scan
64I've a little darling sisterPage Scan
65We're on the road that leads alongPage Scan
66Hurrah, hurrah, hurrahPage Scan
69Sparkling and bright in its liquid lightPage Scan
70Ye friends of temperance and self-denyingPage Scan
71Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascendingPage Scan
72Come away, come away, where the beams of comfort shinePage Scan
73The flowers drink their morning draughtPage Scan
74The temperance star is shiningPage Scan
75Beautiful water my beverage shall bePage Scan
76Praise, give praise, and from our hearts upliftPage Scan
77We've made up our mindPage Scan
78I'm thinking on thy smile, MaryPage Scan
79I'm thinking of the hour, JamiePage Scan
80When the bright morning star the new daylightPage Scan
81Gushing so bright in the mornning lightPage Scan
82Drink not, ye merry girls and boysPage Scan
83A song, a song to the bubbling springPage Scan
86There's a good time coming, friendsPage Scan
87There's no light in the window for me, — motherPage Scan
88To arms, to arms, and boldly standPage Scan
89We'll proclaim it from the mountainsPage Scan
90Come, leave your delicious libationsPage Scan
91We have met you here again, friendsPage Scan
92If any habit hold you fastPage Scan
93To greet our banner rightlyPage Scan
94Turn away, turn away, from the bright drops that foamPage Scan
95How long, O Lord, our GodPage Scan
96A better time would soon appearPage Scan
97Faith works by love, and purifiesPage Scan
98You're a proper nice young manPage Scan
99Now don't you know the reason whyPage Scan
100I once used to think, there was nothing like drinkPage Scan
101Mourn for the thousands slainPage Scan
102Now, O Lord, in peace dismiss usPage Scan
102bRound the temperance standard rallyPage Scan
102cFor the thousands, Lord, that sufferPage Scan
103Mighty God, may we approach theePage Scan
103bLord, while saints and angels fear theePage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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