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Always Happy

Author: H. Cole Hymnal: Pinebrook Choruses #103 (1934) Hymnal Title: Pinebrook Choruses First Line: Sunday I am happy Lyrics: Sunday I am happy, Monday full of joy, Tuesday I’ve a peace within the devil can’t destroy; Wednesday and Thursday I’m walking in the light, Friday is a heav’n below, and so is Saturday night. Languages: English Tune Title: [Sunday I am happy]
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Saved Every Day

Hymnal: Revival Special #166 (1905) Hymnal Title: Revival Special First Line: On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy Refrain First Line: O glory, glory, glory Languages: English Tune Title: [On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy]
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Saved Every Day

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Songs of Praise and Salvation #54 (1902) Hymnal Title: Songs of Praise and Salvation First Line: On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy Refrain First Line: O glory, glory, glory, O glory to the Lamb Lyrics: 1 On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy, On Tuesday I have peace within that nothing can destroy, On Wednesday and on Thursday I’m walking in the light, O Friday is a heav’n below, and Sat’rday’s always bright. Refrain: O glory, glory, glory, O glory to the Lamb! O hallelujah, I am saved, and I’m so glad I am! O glory, glory, glory, O glory to the Lamb! O hallelujah, I am saved, and bound for the happy land. 2 O once I was a sinner,—a sinner far from God, But now I am supported by his rod and staff and word; Upon the Rock I’m standing, no more I sink in mire, I’m going now to trust in him until he says, “Come high’r.” [Refrain] 3 Now since I am so happy, and saved right thro’ and thro’, I’ll stand for Jesus everywhere, whatever men may do; He feeds me every morning, he rests me every night, And walking in this holy way, I find a real delight. [Refrain] 4 If you would be made happy, I’ll tell you what to do: Just give to Jesus all your heart, he’ll save you thro’ and thro’, He’ll send you forth rejoicing, made happy all the day, So make a start, be clean in heart, and walk the holy way. [Refrain] 5 Now come along, poor sinner, you have no time to wait, Come seek and find salvation, before it is too late; The world is full of pitfalls, the devil’s wide awake, So heed the Saviour’s loving call, and all your sins forsake. [Refrain] Tune Title: [On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy]
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The Happy Pilgrim

Author: Anon. Hymnal: The Joy Bells of Canaan or Burning Bush Songs No. 2 #21 (1905) Hymnal Title: The Joy Bells of Canaan or Burning Bush Songs No. 2 First Line: On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy Refrain First Line: O glory, glory, glory, O glory to the Lamb Languages: English Tune Title: [On Sunday I am happy, on Monday full of joy]

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