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ALBERT MIDLANE, (1825
THERE'S A FRIEND FOR LITTLE CHILDREN.
1. There's a Friend for little children Above the bright blue sky-A Friend that never 2. There's a home for little children Above the bright blue sky, Where Jesus reigns in 3. There's a crow for little children Above the bright blue sky, And all who look for 4. There's a song for little children Above the bright blue sky, And a harp of sweetest
1. I think, when I read that sweet sto
4. In that beau
2 Out and in I safely go,
little lamb, There- fore glad and
gay I am; by my name.
Je-sus loves me, Je-sus knows me, All that's good and fair He shows me; A-men.
3 Should not I be glad and gay,
Copyright, 1898, by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick.
of heaven? of heaven? of heaven? of heaven?
William James Kirkpatrick, (1838
march-ing In His pleasant ways. please Him, And His word o
Savior, He's our Friend above.
MISS MARY LUNDIE DUNCAN, (1814-1840) 1839.
March ing, march
JESUS, TENDER SHEPHERD.
In His ways so bright; Marching, onward marching, Children of the Light.
2 All this day Thy hand has led me,
Marching, marching, marching, marching,
Jesus, ten-der Shepherd, hear me; Bless Thy little lamb to night near me; D.C.-Through the darkness be Thou near me; Keep me safe till morn-ing light.
Tender Shepherd, ten-der Shepherd, Keep me safe till morning light; A-men.
3 May my sins be all forgiven,
Bless the friends I love so well;