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William B. Blake

William B. Blake
William Burdine Blake
Short Name: William B. Blake
Full Name: Blake, William B., 1832-1915
Birth Year: 1832
Death Year: 1915

Texts by William B. Blake (21)sort ascendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
With our banners waving high, with our facesWilliam B. Blake (Author)4
We will sing in sweet, melodious songW. B. B. (Author)1
We are children bound for the land of loveW. B. B. (Author)3
Slumber on, the stars are shiningWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
Sailing into the port at lastWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
Room, room. room at the crossWilliamb B. Blake (Author)English1
Room at the cross for a trembling soulWilliam B. Blake (Author)English44
Ring the bells of heaven todayWilliam B. Blake (Author)5
Our land of Christian soldiers are marchingWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
O the dawn of that morn o'er the hillsWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
Marching on, with cross and banner over usWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
Let us treasure up the sunbeamsW. B. B. (Author)3
Is your anchor holding, brotherWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
In the home of ChristWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
In the courts of heaven we'll singWilliam B. Blake (Author)6
I come to thee, O blessed Lord, I'm at the fountain drinkingW. B. Black (Author)3
I am weary, gracious SaviorW. B. B. (Author)2
I am resting in the shadowW. B. Blake (Author)English1
Here a little while we lingerWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
Folded hands in quiet restingWilliam B. Blake (Author)2
Crown him, ye children, in bright, happy songW. B. B. (Author)2

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