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Key note song

Author: D. Williams Hymnal: Hymns for Use in Divine Worship ... Seventh-Day Adventists #d1106 (1886) Hymnal Title: Hymns for Use in Divine Worship ... Seventh-Day Adventists First Line: There's a battle song to sing Languages: English

Key note song

Author: D. Williams Hymnal: The Happy Singer #d133 (1888) Hymnal Title: The Happy Singer First Line: There's a battle song to sing
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There's a battle song to sing

Author: Dwight Williams Hymnal: The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book #1381 (1886) Hymnal Title: The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book Lyrics: 1 There's a battle song to sing, An alarm bell loud to ring; There's a drumbeat to be heard, And a nation to be stirred; Strike the key note, ring it out, Send it with a loyal shout Send it with a loyal shout; Loud and long, loud and long, loud and long; Strike the key note bold and strong. 2 Think it not a skirmish light, 'Tis to be a nation's fight! Cities, towns, shall feel the stroke, Hills be darkened with the smoke, Horse and foot in battle heat Shall together clashing meet, Shall together clashing meet; Not in play, not in play, not in play; It shall be a sturdy fray. 3 Hail! Columbia, dare to be God's peculiar land and free; Brothers, let the key note ring, Mothers, pray, and children, sing; Drive the traffic to the wall; Prohibition! shout it, all, Prohibition! shout it, all; Pray and vote! pray and vote, pray and vote, And ring out a grand key note. Topics: Bible Songs Temperance Songs Scripture: 2 Chronicles 20:15 Tune Title: KEY NOTE SONG

Key note song

Author: D. Williams Hymnal: Trumpet Notes for the Temperance Battlefield #d129 (1888) Hymnal Title: Trumpet Notes for the Temperance Battlefield First Line: There's a battle song to sing

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