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Asa Hull
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Short Name: Asa Hull
Full Name: Hull, Asa, 1828-1907
Birth Year: 1828
Death Year: 1907

Asa Hull USA 1828-1907. Born in Keene, NY, he became a music publisher in New York City. He married Emma F Atherton, and they had a daughter, Harriett. He wrote many tunes and authored temperance rallying songs. He published 33 works, of which 21 were songbooks, between 1863-1895. He died in Philadelphia, PA.

John Perry


Tunes by Asa Hull (344)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
[A gentle breeze from Eden's land]Asa Hull (Composer)556515 65354 32432
[A great and noble army]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[A happy band of children] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[A little talk with Jesus] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)534556 55111 11221
[A sweet new song is in my soul]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[A welcome to our pastor dear]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[A youthful pilgrim band]Asa Hull (Composer)251111 15222 22511
[Above the clouds of unbelief]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Abundant fruit so rich in store]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Afflictions though they seem severe] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
ALL FOR JESUS (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)1233333 34443 23543
[All hail! sweet day of flowers]Asa Hull (Composer)355323 21534 34655
[All hail the power of Jesus' name] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)211324 31132 54655
[Along the track of youth we fly]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Amid the hours that rapid fly] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[And can it be that I should gain] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Another day is past]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heart] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Are you ready, watching for the Lord to come]Asa Hull (Composer)212333 23451 33323
[As we journey down life's pathway]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[It came upon the early morn]Asa Hull (Composer)413333 33532 22431
[At morning's dawn I love to hear]Asa Hull (Composer)253331 11152 22432
[Bear thy cross cheerfully, Brother, the night]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Behold the changing autumn leaves]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[Behold the fountain deep and wide]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Behold the Rock, the smitten rock]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Beyond life's raging fever] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)253343 32221 32153
[Blessed Bible! how I love it]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Blessed, blessed, blessed! O how blessed!]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Blessed is He that cometh in the name of the Lord] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)311111 11113 22322
BOXELDERAsa Hull (Composer)251211 12342 76713
[Brightly gleams our banner] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Bring roses rare and lilies fair]Asa Hull (Composer)251353 43255 43513
[Burdened soul, come seek the Savior]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[By faith the cleansing blood I see]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Children, who was crucified?]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[City of God! majestic, fair!]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Come, let us be joyful today]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Come out into the sunlight]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Come, poor pilgrim, sad and weary]A. Hull (Arranger)2
[Come, see the place where the Lord lay]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Come, sinner, to Jesus, O do not refuse]Asa Hull (Composer)213211 71232 15543
[Come to the fountain of mercy] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
["Come up hither!" come away!]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Counting your treasure, God's bounty to measure]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Crown Him forever King of kings]Asa Hull (Composer)513451 25332 77651
[Dear Savior, how often my heart has been sad]Asa Hull (Composer)555315 31232 15646
[Dear sinner, why so thoughtless roam?]A. Hull (Composer)2
[Depth of mercy, can there be?] (Stevenson)Asa Hull (Arranger)115565 51556 51317
[Do you hear the glad refrain]Asa Hull (Composer)255111 11552 22225
[Down through the hoary aisles of time]Asa Hull (Composer)351235 54434 57246
[Draw me, Savior, nearer]Asa Hull (Harmonizer)434323 21534 55432
[Educate the children to be brave and pure and true]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Ere ocean waves began to roll]Asa Hull (Composer)353335 54432 34665
[Fade, fade, each earthly joy] (Perkins)A. Hull (Composer)356532 12123 55651
LAST BEAMAsa Hull (Arranger)133335 54342 43171
AUTUMN (Barthélemon)Asa Hull (Arranger)212321 65312 32352
[Fill my days, dear Lord, with light]Asa Hull (Composer)233321 65123 14323
[Flag of America]Asa Hull (Composer)332117 74322 11654
[Flee as a bird to your mountain] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
FLORENCE (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)212335 43224 32112
[For God, from whom all blessings flow]Asa Hull (Composer)255434 56531 21231
[For the hand that blesseth ever]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[For the sunshine and the rain]Asa Hull (Composer)333335 43222 34323
[For Thy wondrous grace, O God of love]Asa Hull (Composer)234545 67171 76565
[For unto us a Child is born] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
["Forget me not," we often say]Asa Hull (Composer)356515 65356 52652
[Four centuries are on thy brow]Asa Hull (Composer)213553 11165 65312
[Friend of sinners, take, O take me!]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[From the woods, and fields, and bowers]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Give as the Lord hath blessed thy store]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Give thanks, all ye people, give thanks to the Lord] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Glad as the morning, swift as the light]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Glad tidings of great joy we bring]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Glorious things of thee are spoken] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)734455 17653 16531
[Glory and honor, praise and power be unto Him]Asa Hull (Composer)211712 33212 51777
[Glory be to the Father and to the Son] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)613567 15176 56543
[Go forth and sow the seeds]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Go tell the great Redeemer's love]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Go thou forth, the field is whitening]Asa Hull (Composer)253123 45344 43453
[Go when the morning shineth] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Go, ye messengers of God] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Good tidings, good tidings] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)255354 24351 3325
[Goodbye, pastor, goodbye]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Hark! I hear the Savior calling] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)234516 15651 23343
[Hark, the herald angels sing] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)432153 21234 32132
[Haste, brother, haste! for the Master is calling]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Have you any room for Jesus] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[He giveth songs by day]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[He shall come down like rain upon the mown grass]Asa Hull (Arranger)1
[He standeth knocking at the door] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[He that soweth precious seed]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Higher, higher would I soar]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Higher than the mountain top]Asa Hull (Composer)211135 65111 32222
[Holy Father, we adore thee] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
["How goes the battle?" O watchman, tell!]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[How like a dream the hour that's past]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[How lovely the flowers that bloom]Asa Hull (Composer)255123 43265 23454
[How much of joy and comfort]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[No book is like the Bible]Asa Hull (Composer)633343 32222 13213
[I am coming to the Savior]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[I am the Door, If any man]Asa Hull (Composer)253127 16511 76715
[I am the Life of the world below]Asa Hull (Composer)215131 35671 17621
[I am the Truth, eternal]Asa Hull (Composer)253456 51117 16552
[I am the Way, walk ye therein]Asa Hull (Composer)253653 24317 65312
[I came to Jesus, lost, undone]Asa Hull (Composer)353451 16565 65332
[I fear not the gloom of midnight]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[I had rather be found in the highway of God]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[I heard the voice of Jesus say] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)351534 53123 16713
[I know her walls are jasper]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[I know that my Redeemer lives] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)253217 16512 123
[I love to steal awhile away] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)234511 55775 51312
[I love to think of the music grand]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[I think of a home that is wondrously bright]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[I was burdened with sin, and with doubtings and fears]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[If birdies sing their praise to God]Asa Hull (Composer)251324 31152 43513
[If we can not plant our cottage]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[If you would help the Savior's cause]Asa Hull (Composer)251112 33355 22435
[I'll sing of the goodness of God to me]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[I'm but a stranger here] (Hull)A. Hull (Composer)253456 51765 53456
[I'm nearing home! Life's wintry blast]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[I'm standing on the mountain]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[In God I have found a retreat]Asa Hull (Composer)1513333 23532 22212
[In the battle here with sin]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[In the silent midnight watches] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)813555 53122 22313
[In these days when truth and error]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[In Thine own good time, dear Lord, we trust]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[In well doing be not weary]Asa Hull (Composer)253123 45335 43466
[It may be far, it may be near] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[It takes two feet to bear us up]Asa Hull (Composer)254345 65131 76616
[I've been thinking of my home, my heavenly home]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[I've been up the Mount with my Lord today]Asa Hull (Composer)3
JERUSALEM THE GOLDEN (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)213517 65321 43213
[Jesus bids us shine with a clear, pure light] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)232135 67165 32135
[Jesus calls for toilers now]Asa Hull (Composer)354345 11655 65433
[Jesus, Lord of all compassion]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Jesus, our Lord and Savior]Asa Hull (Composer)232151 32132 15433
[Jesus, refuge of my soul] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Jesus, Saviour, pilot me] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Jesus sought and saved me]Asa Hull (Arranger)1
[Jesus, the fairest of the fair]Asa Hull (Composer)251234 56532 14325
[Joy and gladness! joy and gladness] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)232345 45176 56246
[Joy! Joy! Joy! is the song the angels sing!]Asa Hull (Composer)313567 15671 24771
[Just over on the other side]Asa Hull (Composer)433212 34332 12654
[Keep me, Father, safely keep me]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Keep your lamp burning brightly while you sojourn below]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Late! late, so late! and dark the night and chill] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)334431 21231 56653
[Let us go to Bethlehem, to Bethlehem]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Let us rally round the standard]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Life seems but a sparkling river] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)212323 23512 33543
[Lift high the notes of sweetest song]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Live not as to thyself alone]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Lo! the ripened grain is waving]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Lo! Yon bright, countless throng]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Look abroad, the world grows wider]Asa Hull (Composer)315321 65125 24323
[Many are longing Thy message to hear]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Many are the sorrows, many are the tears] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Meet again! when life is over]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Time is earnest, passing by] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[More Thou art than friend or brother]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Murmur on, murmur on, O thou harp of the blest]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[My foot is on the threshold]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[My friend, do you know that the tempter of souls]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[My God I am thine, what a comfort divine]Asa Hull (Arranger)151132 55114 31355
[My soul with rapture waits for thee] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)6
[Nearer, my God, to Thee] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)212232 15243 66655
[Nearer, O my blessed Savior]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[No matter if storm clouds are heavy and dark]Asa Hull (Composer)355356 46535 16523
[No night shall be in heaven!]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Now to the Lord a noble song] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Chant] (Hull 56117)Asa Hull (Composer)256117 16657 1
[O come unto the Savior, for why will you delay]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[O, come ye, O, come ye, in youth's sunny time]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[O holy morn! O happy day!]Asa Hull (Composer)233231 34342 55117
[O joyous time! O golden days!]Asa Hull (Composer)234451 76517 12212
[O kings from eastern shore]Asa Hull (Composer)213234 53434 53165
[O, let me cling to Thee] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)634332 13221 23321
[O see! O see! the Christmas tree!]Asa Hull (Composer)253535 13511 71223
[O sing the sweet song of the angels]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[O soldier brave, in strength arise]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[O the love of Christ is boundless]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Over the hills the sun is setting] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)733321 23566 53132
[Oh, blessed feet of Jesus]Asa Hull (Composer)213344 53543 21551
[O precious is the heavenly theme]Asa Hull (Composer)251233 43333 22212
[O, there are those who've wandered long]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[O who is this Warrior that cometh from Edom]Asa Hull (Composer)351765 35542 46553
[O wondrous theme of Christmas tide]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[On stormy seas I sail my bark]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[On the stormy Galilee]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Once more the world looks back along]Asa Hull (Composer)453445 17655 54346
[Once o'er the hills of Judah]Asa Hull (Composer)353451 17276 54345
[One by one are autumn leaves]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[One more day's work for Jesus] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Only one moment at once goes by]Asa Hull (Composer)211133 34433 22212
[Only waiting till the shadows] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)6
[Onward, right onward!]Asa Hull (Composer)456553 21232 15655
[Over and over again] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)313555 43212 33345
[Over death's dark river they are passing, one by one]Asa Hull (Composer)312333 32153 12355
[Over the mountain the sunlight breaks]Asa Hull (Composer)411111 13312 22222
[Over the mountains, the mountains of sin]Asa Hull (Composer)513211 76123 12333
PEARLY GATEAsa Hull (Composer)251231 23134 32176
[Pilgrim, whither journey you]Asa Hull (Composer)215125 32513 21512
[Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, praise the Lord]Asa Hull (Composer)611133 31451 35654
[Praise to God, immortal praise] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Praise waiteth for Thee, O God, in Zion]Asa Hull (Composer)255451 53456 51765
[Put on the armor of the Lord] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)213213 56517 65343
[Redeemed! redeemed! O precious thought]Asa Hull (Composer)4
ALL TO CHRIST (Grape)Asa Hull (Composer)413565 31122 12313
[Alas! and did my Savior bleed] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)7533224 43355 31323
REUBEN (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)253451 76564 53455
[Ring, ye bells, from steeples high]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Say, do we gather grapes of thorns]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[See the heathen, far away]Asa Hull (Composer)212321 23217 12313
[Shade of the everlasting Rock]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Shall we meet beyond the river] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)234532 31566 51232
[Should sorrow o’er thy brow]Asa Hull (Composer (attributed to))2
[Silent night! hallowed night] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)231157 65133 55231
[Silently as the twilight shadows]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Sing on, my soul, thy mission prove]Asa Hull (Composer)555432 34515 66531
CONSTANCY (Anonymous)Asa Hull, 19th Century (Composer)1833332 35322 55423
[Sitting at the feet of Jesus] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)232123 45343 21712
[Snowdrops, lift your timid heads] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)355457 65432 53111
[Softly down the lapse of ages]Asa Hull (Composer)332176 71665 12336
[Softly, on the breath of evening]A. Hull (Arranger)132115 65671 22213
[Soldiers on life's battlefield] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)433333 23456 54324
[Some day the world beneath my feet]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Sometime we'll reach the summer land]Asa Hull (Composer)233333 44333 22234
[Stand fast for God, though all alone]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Stand firmly, Christian Soldier]Asa Hull (Composer)353323 15355 45356
[Stand up for Jesus, Christian, stand] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3333333 51322 34712
[Star of the East, O beautiful star]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Step by step, we're marching onward]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Sunshine clear and sunshine bright]Asa Hull (Composer)333321 44444 43255
[Sweet is the song of heaven]Asa Hull (Composer)353323 21513 53321
[Sweet Mary was sitting in sorrow]Asa Hull (Composer)255345 12315 66617
[Sweet the moments, rich in blessing] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)354345 11616 53453
[Sweet 'tis to sing of Thee] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)232161 53215 55321
[Thanks be to God for the victory over sin] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)513456 71111 76665
[The Ark of salvation floats over life's sea]Asa Hull (Composer)351113 21546 53212
THE BEAUTIFUL RIVERAsa Hull (Composer)1651111 71217 11321
[The blessed gates of gospel grace]Asa Hull (Composer)253651 76565 31332
[The children for temperance are gathering]Asa Hull (Composer)251113 13531 11132
[The dear Redeemer came to win]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[The gospel bells are ringing clear]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[The Master of the vineyard is coming in His glory]Asa Hull (Composer)353456 51111 76655
[The night is dark, the storm is loud]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[The parting hour must surely come]Asa Hull (Composer)2
["The race is on," the Master from the skies]Asa Hull (Composer)255655 64165 51115
[The road is straight and graded well]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[The sea runs deep, the night is dark]Asa Hull (Composer)256515 65333 22512
[The world is full of beauty]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[The world is so great, and so little am I]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[The world's a field of battle]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[There are joys we fondly cherish]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[There are lonely hearts to cherish] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)551334 33257 22231
[There is a city over there]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[There is a spot to me more dear]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[There is a Star, a Beacon Light]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[There is a straight and narrow path]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[There is a stream]A. H. (Arranger)1
[There is a stream, whose gentle flow] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)656551 55655 33326
[There is work for everyone]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[There's a beautiful light shining over the sea]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[There's a call for the reapers to come]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[There's a land of fadeless beauty in the sky]Asa Hull (Composer)1
[There's a sound of marching feet]Asa Hull (Composer)232111 11712 22221
[There's a storm on the sea]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[There's a tree that's ever growing, growing]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[There's a warfare sin is waging bold and strong]Asa Hull (Composer)312333 33512 33455
[There's a wideness in God's mercy] (Vail)Asa Hull (Arranger)156531 21656 53132
[There's an open fountain in Zion]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[They have reached the sunny shore] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Thirsting 'neath the noonday sun]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Though the mist hang over the river] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Though the winds may blow and the tears may flow]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Through heaven's clear arch the echoes rang]Asa Hull (Composer)3
['Tis but the social, friendly glass]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Tis Jesus calls, "Come unto me"]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Today the Savior calls] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)513323 11271 13543
[Today we sing thy matchless fame]Asa Hull (Composer)253156 55121 23531
[Toss'd with rough winds and faint with fear] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[Twas Jesus, my Savior, who died on the tree] (Hull)A. Hull (Composer)5
['Twas only a cup of cold water]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Unshaken by the flight of time]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Unto the God of the seasons]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Up and away, like the dew of the morning] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)656535 51223 21616
[Upon the Savior's brow doth rest]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Wake the song of jubilee] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)4
[Watching through the night and waiting for the dawn]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[I am dwelling on the mountain] (Dadmun)Asa Hull (Arranger)351312 11616 55611
[We are earnest toilers on life's fruitful field]Asa Hull (Composer)455345 11767 13321
[We are going home to the land of light]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[We are happy pilgrims]Asa Hull (Composer)354545 11716 55454
[We are Jesus' little pilgrims]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[We are marching, onward marching] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)213545 65313 24721
[We are waiting by the river] (Hull)A. Hull (Composer)3
[We come with happy greetings]Asa Hull (Composer)355565 45351 17655
[We may spread our couch with roses] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[We shall know each other better on that happy, golden shore]Asa Hull (Composer)234555 56535 11765
[We speak of the realms of the blest] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)213234 34565 31171
[We through the wilderness must go]Asa Hull (Composer)453456 56515 34343
[Welcome, sweet dawning of the morn]Asa Hull (Composer)251321 65351 71223
[We'll not give up the Bible] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)232135 17642 13532
[We'll take the world for Jesus]Asa Hull (Composer)251513 21343 45354
[We're going to enter the pearly gates]Asa Hull (Composer)253445 45176 62175
[What do the bells in the steeple say?]Asa Hull (Composer)653213 45655 24355
[What of the night, O watchman] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)4
[What shall I do with Jesus] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)312325 53323 45433
[What though the fig tree blossoms not]Asa Hull (Composer)5
[When little children do the wrong]Asa Hull (Composer)253455 65555 44265
[When marshaled on the nightly plain] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)413451 32111 11171
[When 'mid the music of the spheres]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[When mountains of doubt hem me in on each side]Asa Hull (Composer)6
[When night her solemn anthem sings]Asa Hull (Composer)455321 76517 71133
[When Power Infinite awoke]Asa Hull (Composer)231355 66555 54535
[When sailing over time's restless sea]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[When shall I see the day]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[When sunshine floods thine earthly way]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[When tempted to do that you know is not right]Asa Hull (Composer)351113 33444 33222
[When the harps of gold are ringing]Asa Hull (Composer)4
[When the mists have rolled in splendor] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)312333 33213 55543
[When the tempest rages high] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)2
[When the turbulent waves in their fury dash high]Asa Hull (Composer)212323 43454 36665
[When we are tempted or when we do wrong]Asa Hull (Composer)356711 13215 43252
[When we hear the music ringing] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)3
[When your feet are placed in the narrow way]Asa Hull (Composer)212331 23465 31321
[When your wearied footsteps falter]Asa Hull (Composer)332177 66556 51232
[Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian]Asa Hull (Composer)231234 32152 43212
[While sailing over life's stormy seas] (Hull)Asa Hull (Composer)431235 12332 12542
[While shepherds on the eastern plain]Asa Hull (Composer)213465 43167 12333
[While we with joyful hearts unite]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[With cloudless sky we started]Asa Hull (Composer)555565 45351 17655
[With our praise we'll crown the Savior]Asa Hull (Composer)253123 45335 43453
[With sorrowful hearts we meet today]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[With steady steps we're treading]Asa Hull (Composer)3
[With their robes made white as snow]Asa Hull (Composer)256515 65543 46654
[Within Thy house, O Lord, this day]Asa Hull (Composer)3
WONDERFUL STARAsa Hull (Composer)213476 56711 55433
[Wondrous cross! thy glory beaming]Asa Hull (Composer)2
[Would you hear salvation's story?]Asa Hull (Composer)253321 66517 12533
[Would you live for evermore]Asa Hull (Composer)211123 55535 65321
[Ye soldiers of the cross in the army of the Lord]Asa Hull (Arranger)155653 51233 32166
[You have had an invitation to the Gospel-feast]Asa Hull (Composer)312333 43213 56555
ZORINSKYAsa Hull (Composer)253212 65344 33253
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