Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
The conqueror, pp. -159
SLUMBER SONG. 39 May be sung, without accom. C. E. LESLIE. I. Sleep, 0 sleep, while breezes so softly are blowing, Sleep, 0 sleep, while streamlets so gently are flowing, Sleep, 0 sleep, sleep, 0 sleep. -- - -- _W _ - - W .. . W - - f.W N f ; G 2. Sleep, 0 sleep, while birds in the forest are singing, Sleep, 0 sleep, while echoes with music are ringing, Sleep, 0 sleep, sleep, 0 sleep. 3. Sleep, O sleep, while angels are watching beside thee; Sleep 0 sleep, may blessings for-ev-er be-tide thee, Sleep, 0 sleep, sleep, 0 sleep. GETHSEMANE. JOHN MCPHERSON. ,,+_ _ I - -.-7 - "_ . .#_# .-e I. In dark Gethsemane, The Saviour prays a - lone; Hisgroans, hissweat, his ag - o - ny, Are heard and seen by none. -_ " '--- _- _ L4L.**__ LPL. 2. A - lone in that dread 4Kur, He must the wine-press tread, E'en they,who boasted friendship's pow'r, For-sook him all and fled. 3."0 Fath-er, if thy will, Let this cuppass from me, Al-though I am sub-mis-sivestill, I bow to Heav'n's decree." 4. 0 why this blood-y sweat, This bit -ter ag - o ny? Can'st thou, oh, guilt soul, for-get 'Twas suffered all fir thee?
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