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Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
(c1880)

The conqueror,   pp. [11]-159


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I. Birds are singing ev-'ry where, Making mu-sic  in the air;  All in na -tute seems to say,  Let us praise the Lord to day.
2. On the hill the grass is green, Waving ver-dure there is seen  Morning beauty seems to say,  Let us praise the Lord to-day.
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3. Gold-en grain is wav-ing high, Making glad the reap-er's eye.  Let us raise our voice and say, Praise the name of God to-day.
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I. Guide us, Fath-er, much we need thee, For with-out thee  we are lost;   Guideus, Mas-ter, lest we per-ish, Guide us safe -ly to  our home.
Ev - er  on thy   past-ures feed me, Guide me when I'm tempest tossed. j
D.C. Where has gone the friends we cherished, And from where we'll nev-er roam.
2. Be thou near us   till the mor-row, Lead us day hy     day a-long,       G Guide us, etc.
For thislife's a  vale of sor-row; Par-don us when     we do wrong.
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3. Much we need thee when we're wea-ry, Need thee when or.  tri- als come;  Guide u, Mtr   ,   .....      Gi    us safe - ly t ...   .
Lifeseems here so  ver - y  drear.y, Take us to thy      et-ter home.
D. c, Where has gone the friends we chei4shed, And from where will nev - er roam.
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