The Treasury of Song; The Richest, Best-Loved Gems, Sacred and Secular. for the Home Circle

The Treasury of Song; The Richest, Best-Loved Gems, Sacred and Secular. for the Home Circle

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...provo, Eartb-ly joy, and earth-ly love; Scarcely lin-ger in these bow-ers; God shall have my noon-tide hours; Chide rao flung ner spell a-round me, Pleasure's silk-en chain hath bound me; When the Hark! borne on the wind is the bell's sol-emn toll;'Tis mournful-ly peal-ingtho knell of a soul--The Spir-it's sweet plead-ings and striv-ings are 1. Thro'the lovo of God, our Saviour, All will be well; Free and 2. Tho'we pass thro'tribulation, All will be well; Ours is 3. We expect a bright tomorrow, All will be well; Faith can Per-f ect is the grace that Fruit-ful, if in Christ a Je-Bus eve-ry need sup-sung long years ago, For heart and voice would fail me, And foolish tears would flow; For charmis sad and deep; Their melodies would waken Old sorrows from theirsleep; And visions come a-gain Of golden dreams de-part-ed, And years of weary pain; Per jby-gone hours come o'er my heart With each familiar strain; I cannot sing the old songs, Or tho' all un-for-gotten still, And sadly sweet they be, I cannot sing the old songs; They, haps when earthly fetters Have set my spir-it free, My voice may know the old songs Foi dream those dreams again; I can-not sing the old songs, Or dream those dreams again, are too dear to me; I can-not sing the old songs; They are too dear to me... all e-ter-ni-ty; My voice may know the old songs For all e-ter-ni-ty. IF PAPA WERE ONLY READY. Thoughtfully. 1. I should like to die, said Willie, if my pa-pa could die too; But he 2. But she told me, I remember, once while sitting on her knee, That the 3. There I know I shall be hap-py, and will al-ways want to stay; I shall 4. There will be none but the ho-Iy--I shall know no more of sin; Tho' I'll 5. Nellie says, that may be I shall ve-ry soon be call'd a-way; If pa says he is-n't...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123664896X
  • 9781236648969