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Singing the Living Tradition

Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston, 1993
Denomination: Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
Language: English
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101Abide with me, fast falls the eventideEVENTIDETextPage Scan
102We the heirs of many agesBENG-LI
103For all the saints who from their labors restSINE NOMINEText
104When Israel was in Egypt's LandTUBMANText
105From age to age how grandly riseBENNINGTONText
106Who would true valor seeMONK'S GATETextPage Scan
107Now sing we of the brave of oldVICTORYTextPage Scan
108My life flows on in endless songSINGINGTextPage Scan
109As we come marching, marchingBREAD AND ROSES
110Come, children of tomorrow, come!VOM HIMMEL HOCHTextPage Scan
111Life of ages, richly pouredVIENNATextPage Scan
112Do you hear, oh my friendFOUNDATION
113Where is our holy church?ST. MICHAEL
114Forward through the agesST. GERTRUDETextPage Scan
115God of grace and God of gloryCWM RHONDDATextPage Scan
116I'm on my way to the freedom landETHELREDText
117O light of life that lives in usMETA
118This little light of mineLATTIMERTextPage Scan
119Once to every soul and nationEBENEZERTextPage Scan
120Turn back, turn back, forswear thy foolish waysOLD 124TH
121We'll build a land where we bind up the brokenCREATION OF PEACE
122Sound over all waters, reach out from all landsST. DENIOTextPage Scan
123Spirit of Life, come unto meSPIRIT OF LIFE
124Be that guide whom love sustainsWOODLAND
125From the crush of wealth and powerBRIDEGROOM
126Come, thou fount of ev'ry blessingNETTLETON
127Can I see another's woeNUN KOMM, DER HEIDEN HEILANDText
128For all that is our lifeSHERMAN ISLANDText
129Let love continue longLOVE UNKNOWN
130O liberating RoseINITIALS
131Love will guide us, peace has tried usOLYMPIA
132Bright those jewels of the skiesORIENTIS PARTIBUSText
133One world this, for all its sorrowSAVANNA
134Our world is one worldCHERNOBYLPage Scan
135How happy are they, born or taughtWAREHAMTextPage Scan
136Where gentle tides go rolling byASIA
137We utter our cry: that peace may prevailUPPSALATextPage Scan
138These things shall be: a loftier raceTRUROTextPage Scan
139Wonders still the world shall witnessIN BABILONE
140Hail the glorious golden cityHYFRYDOLTextPage Scan
141I've got a new name over in ZionNEW NAMETextPage Scan
142Let there be lightCONCORDTextPage Scan
143Not in vain the distance beaconsHYMN TO JOYTextPage Scan
144Now is the time approachingWEBBTextPage Scan
145As tranquil streams that meet and mergeWINCHESTER NEWTextPage Scan
146Soon the day will arriveBASHANAHTextPage Scan
147When all the peoples on this earthCHRISTMAS HYMNText
148Let freedom span both east and westMCKEE
149Lift every voice and singLIFT EVERY VOICETextPage Scan
150All whose boast it is that weSALZBURGText
151I wish I knew how it would feel to be freeMANDELAText
152When the sun comes back and the first quail callsDRINKING GOURDTextPage Scan
153Oh, I woke up this morning with my mind stayed on freedomWATKINS HARPERTextPage Scan
154No more auction block for meAUCTION BLOCKTextPage Scan
155Circle 'round for freedomCIRCLE CHANT
156Oh, freedomROSAText
157Step by step the longest march can be wonSOLIDARITYText
158Praise the source of faith and learningPROCESSION
159This is my song, O God of all the nationsFINLANDIA
160Far too long, by fear dividedLOBT DEN HERRN, DIE MORGENSONNE
161Peace! The perfect word is soundingCHARLESTONText
162Gonna lay down my sword and shieldDOWN BY THE RIVERSIDEText
163For the earth forever turningBLUE-GREEN HILLS OF EARTH
164The peace not past our understandingSURSUM CORDAText
165When windows that are black and coldDANBY
166Years are coming, speed them onwardHYFRYDOLText
167Nothing but peace is enough for meNOTHING BUT PEACE
168One more stepONE MORE STEP
169We shall overcomeMARTINText
170We are a gentle, angry peopleSINGING FOR OUR LIVES
171N'kosi sikelel' i Afrika (Bless, O God, our country, Africa)AFRIKATextPage Scan
172Siph' Amandla N'kosi (O God, give us power)TUTUPage Scan
173In the branches of the forestMOUNTAIN ALONE
174O earth, you are surpassing fairMERTHYR TYDFIL
175We celebrate the web of lifeCHRISTUS DER IST MEIN LEBEN
176Hanare dhya n me aaoINDIAN PRAYERTextPage Scan
177Sakura, sakura (Cherry blooms, cherry blooms)SAKURAPage Scan
178Raghupati, RaghavaRAMTextPage Scan
179Words that we hold tight won't let us goEKO A BA KOText
180Alhamdulillah, AlhamdulillahMATHIEU
181No matter if you live now far or nearINDIATextPage Scan
182O, the beauty in a life that illumines honor anewQUIMADATextPage Scan
183The wind of change forever blownMACH'S MIT MIR, GOTTTextPage Scan
184Be ye lamps unto yourselvesLUMINATextPage Scan
185Your mercy, Oh Eternal oneDUNDEETextPage Scan
186Grieve not your heart for want of placePRIMROSE
187It sounds along the agesFAR OFF LANDSText
188Come, come, whoever you arePILGRIMAGEText
189Light of ages and of nationsIN BABILONETextPage Scan
190Light of ages and of nationsAUSTRIATextPage Scan
191Now I recall my childhood when the sunSURSUM CORDATextPage Scan
192Nay, do not grieve though life be full of sadnessNAIDUText
193Our faith is but a single gemDISTRESS
194Faith is a forest in which doubts play and hideMO-LI-HUA
195Let us wander where we willTOA-SIAText
196Singer of Life, all flowers are songsLACQUIPARLEText
197Then when you smite your chordsTAGOREText
198God of many namesMANY NAMESTextPage Scan
199When my way grows drearPRECIOUS LORD
200A mighty fortress is our GodEIN' FESTE BURGTextPage Scan

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