Young Singer's Friend: or, the Lee Avenue collection of hymns and songs, sacred and secular, suitable for Sabbath schools, social circles, children's meetings, concerts, anniversaries, etc.

Editor: Jeremiah Johnson
Publisher: A. S. Barnes & Co., New York, N.Y., 1859
Denomination: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
Notes: Divided in Parts: Part I (# only) , Doxolgies (d1), Part II (a1), Selections for Chanting (c1), Part III -Secular songs (s1), Rounds (r1).
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101We're the lambs of the flock and no danger we fearPage Scan
102I saw a child kneel downPage Scan
103Children, come, will you comePage Scan
104Come, children, come, God bids you comePage Scan
105Come to the mercy seat, Come to the placePage Scan
106Our Savior bids the children comePage Scan
107Little children, Jesus calls youPage Scan
108Come youthful sinners, comePage Scan
109To the wandering and the wearyPage Scan
110Today the Savior calls, ye wanderers comePage Scan
111Come, ye children, stop no longerPage Scan
112Hark, those happy voices saying Yet there's roomPage Scan
113Come children, to the promised landPage Scan
114Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leavePage Scan
115'Tis sweet, when Sabbath morn returnsPage Scan
116Happy, happy Sunday, thou day of peace and heavenPage Scan
117The day when the savior arosePage Scan
118How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning [season] of restPage Scan
119Preserved by thine almighty powerPage Scan
120Sweet spices they brought on their star lighted wayPage Scan
121When first my eyes beheld the lightPage Scan
122How sweetly does the time flyPage Scan
123The Lord is my Shepherd, He makes me reposePage Scan
124The Lord is our Shepherd, our Guardian and GuidePage Scan
125God is near thee, Therefore cheer theePage Scan
126There's not a tint that paints the rosePage Scan
127Come children, join to [and] singPage Scan
128Hark, ten thousand harps and voicesPage Scan
129Let us, with a gladome mind, Page Scan
130Let us with a joyful mindPage Scan
131Endless praises to our Lord GodPage Scan
132Come every pious heartPage Scan
133Sweet is the work, my [O] [our] God, [and] [my] [our] KingPage Scan
134Safely through another weekPage Scan
135Jesus, we love to meet On this thy holy dayPage Scan
136Children of the Sabbath SchoolPage Scan
137Be sacred truth, my son, thy guide Page Scan
138In the tempest of life when the wave and gale is roundPage Scan
139Happy, happy meet we herePage Scan
140Go thou, in life's fair morningPage Scan
141Mary to her [the] Savior's tombPage Scan
142I want to be an angelPage Scan
143Jesus, tender shepherd, hear usPage Scan
144Come, little children, O come unto mePage Scan
145How sweet the infant songPage Scan
146Jesus, tender Savior, hast thou died for mePage Scan
147Lord, who lovest little childrenPage Scan
148Jesus, high in gloryPage Scan
149Jesus, see a little childPage Scan
150Little drops of waterPage Scan
151Very little things are wePage Scan
152Jesus, Lord, to thee I prayPage Scan
153We all love one anotherPage Scan
154Come hither, little restless onePage Scan
155'Tis time to go to bedPage Scan
156The beautiful sun has forsaken the earthPage Scan
157Ere on my bed my limbs I layPage Scan
158Now I lay me down to sleep, Page Scan
159The night, ere I lie down to sleepPage Scan
160Lord, this night I come to own allPage Scan
161Now I awake and see the lightPage Scan
162The Sabbath bells are ringing come awayPage Scan
163The seraphs bright are hoveringPage Scan
164Why should cold or stormy weatherPage Scan
165Come, Holy Spirit, comePage Scan
166O for a closer walk with GodPage Scan
167When little Samuel wokePage Scan
168Tell me, Shepherd, from abovePage Scan
169Holy and bright is the softened lightPage Scan
170Father, hear, to thee we raisePage Scan
171Through thy protecting carePage Scan
172Shepherd, while thy flocks are feedingPage Scan
173Dear Lord, I am a feeble childPage Scan
174Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing while thy praisePage Scan
175Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing on the instructionsPage Scan
176Lord, teach a sinful child to prayPage Scan
177I am weary of my sinPage Scan
178Our Father in heaven we hallow thy namePage Scan
179Take my heart, O Father, take itPage Scan
180We will trust thee, gracious GodPage Scan
181Make me thy child, a child of GodPage Scan
182Jesus, be our tender ShepherdPage Scan
183Lord, a youthful band and lowlyPage Scan
184O Sacred Head now [once] [sore] wounded [surrounded]Page Scan
185O Thou from whom all goodness flowsPage Scan
186Now condescend, almighty kingPage Scan
187Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] flyPage Scan
188Come, thou Fount of every blessing!Page Scan
189Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
190We are pilgrims on the earth,Page Scan
191I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarryPage Scan
192Children of the heavenly king as we journeyPage Scan
193We're traveling home to heaven abovePage Scan
194We're pilgrims on our journey homePage Scan
195In all my Lord's appointed waysPage Scan
196Say, whither, wandering strangerPage Scan
197I'm a lonely traveler herePage Scan
198My heavenly home is bright and fair;Page Scan
199Together let us sweetly livePage Scan
200Littlle travelers Zionward Each one enteringPage Scan

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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