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Revision as of 23:35, 27 January 2019

This is a list of first lines used by the following Psalm-tune composers:

(58 composers)
     1. Samuel Babcock
     2. Supply Belcher
     3. Daniel Belknap
     4. M. Belknap
     5. Asahel Benham
     6. William Billings
     7. Robert Boyd
     8. Bartholomew Brown
     9. Oliver Brownson
     10. Amos Bull
     11. James P. Carrell
     12. Amzi Chapin
     13. Lucius Chapin
     14. Ebenezer Child
     15. James Christopher
     16. John Cole
     17. Elkanah Dare
     18. Ananias Davisson
     19. Lewis Edson
     20. Jacob French
     21. Alexander Gillet
     22. Ezra Goff
     23. Elijah Griswold
     24. William Hauser
     25. John H. Hickok
     26. Oliver Holden
     27. Samuel Holyoke
     28. Francis Hopkinson
     29. Solomon Howe
     30. R. D. Humphreys
     31. Jeremiah Ingalls
     32. Walter Janes
     33. Stephen Jenks
     34. Alexander Johnson
     35. Andrew Johnson
     36. Jacob Kimball
     37. Isaac Lane
     38. James C. Lowry
     39. James Lyon
     40. Elias Mann
     41. Abraham Maxim
     42. Barnabas McKyes
     43. Reubin Monday
     44. William Moore
     45. Hezekiah Moors
     46. Justin Morgan
     47. Timothy Olmsted
     48. Amos Pilsbury
     49. Daniel Read
     50. Ephraim Reed
     51. Nehemiah Shumway
     52. Joseph Stone
     53. J. P. Storm
     54. Timothy Swan
     55. William Walker
     56. Elisha West
     57. Abraham Wood

     58. Merit Woodruff


A Parting Blessing (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |A Parting Blessing (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Jesus, grant us all a blessing |Anonymous Aberdeen (Oliver Holden) |- |Aberdeen (Oliver Holden) | |The Almighty spake, and Gabriel sped |George Richards Abyssinia (Jacob French) |- |Abyssinia (Jacob French) | |Greatly beloved |James Relly Acceptance (Oliver Holden) |- |Acceptance (Oliver Holden) | |When midnight darkness veils the skies |Isaac Watts Acton (Abraham Wood) |- |Acton (Abraham Wood) | |Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbear |Joseph Hart Acton (Daniel Belknap) |- |Acton (Daniel Belknap) | |Farewell, bright soul, a short farewell |Isaac Watts Adams (Daniel Read) |- |Adams (Daniel Read) | |Why did the nations join to slay |Isaac Watts Adams (William Billings) |- |Adams (William Billings) | |To spend one sacred day |Isaac Watts Addison (Alexander Gillet) |- |Addison (Alexander Gillet) | |How pleasant 'tis to see |Isaac Watts Addison (Oliver Holden) |- |Addison (Oliver Holden) | |Thy mercy sweetens every soil |Joseph Addison Adieu (Stephen Jenks) |- |Adieu (Stephen Jenks) | |Far from our friends and country dear |Jeremy Belknap Admiration (Samuel Babcock) |- |Admiration (Samuel Babcock) | |Infinite grace! almighty charms |Isaac Watts Admonition (Daniel Read) |- |Admonition (Daniel Read) | |Sinners, awake betimes |Isaac Watts Advent (Oliver Holden) |- |Advent (Oliver Holden) | |Joy to the world! The Lord is come |Isaac Watts Alarm (Stephen Jenks) |- |Alarm (Stephen Jenks) | |Why do we mourn departing friends |Isaac Watts Albany (Daniel Read) |- |Albany (Daniel Read) | |No, I shall envy them no more |Isaac Watts Albany (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Albany (Hezekiah Moors) | |O come, loud anthems let us sing |Tate and Brady Albion (Robert Boyd) |- |Albion (Robert Boyd) | |Come, ye that love the Lord |Isaac Watts Aldsworth (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Aldsworth (Samuel Holyoke) | |Blest is the man, forever blest |Isaac Watts Alexandria (Alexander Gillet) |- |Alexandria (Alexander Gillet) | |My spirit sinks within me, Lord |Isaac Watts Alibama (Oliver Holden) |- |Alibama (Oliver Holden) | |Hark! 'Tis the trumpet's piercing sound |John Needham All Saints (Alexander Gillet) |- |All Saints (Alexander Gillet) | |This life's a dream, an empty show |Isaac Watts All Things Fair and Bright are Thine (Oliver Shaw) |- |All Things Fair and Bright are Thine (Oliver Shaw) | |Thy art, O God, the life and light |Thomas Moore Alpha (Oliver Holden) |- |Alpha (Oliver Holden) | |When faith presents the Savior's death |James Hervey Alstead (Oliver Holden) |- |Alstead (Oliver Holden) | |Shepherds, rejoice, lift up your eyes |Isaac Watts Amanda (Alexander Gillet) |- |Amanda (Alexander Gillet) | |Death, like an overflowing stream |Isaac Watts Amanda (Justin Morgan) |- |Amanda (Justin Morgan) | |Death, like an overflowing stream |Isaac Watts Amboy (Daniel Read) |- |Amboy (Daniel Read) | |I am not concerned to know |Isaac Watts Amelia (Solomon Howe) |- |Amelia (Solomon Howe) | |When Christ, the virgin's glorious son |Anonymous Amen (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Amen (Hezekiah Moors) | |Faithful and true, the man divine |George Richards America (William Billings) |- |America (William Billings) | |Come, let us sing unto the Lord |William Billings Amiens (Oliver Holden) |- |Amiens (Oliver Holden) | |Welcome, sweet day of rest |Isaac Watts Amity (Daniel Read) |- |Amity (Daniel Read) | |How pleasant tis to see |Isaac Watts An Address for All (William Walker) |- |An Address for All (William Walker) | |I sing a song which doth belong |John Peck An Anthem for Easter (Daniel Belknap) |- |An Anthem for Easter (Daniel Belknap) | |See from the dungeon of the dead |Anonymous An Anthem for Ordination (Jacob French) |- |An Anthem for Ordination (Jacob French) | |Descend from heaven, celestial Dove |Anonymous Andover (Abraham Wood) |- |Andover (Abraham Wood) | |My passions fly to seek their King |Isaac Watts Andover (Oliver Holden) |- |Andover (Oliver Holden) | |Of all the joys that mortals know |Isaac Watts Andover (Samuel Babcock) |- |Andover (Samuel Babcock) | |My Redeemer, let me be |John Relly Andover (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Andover (Samuel Holyoke) | |And let this feeble body fail |Charles Wesley Andover (William Billings) |- |Andover (William Billings) | |Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue |Isaac Watts Angel's Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Angel's Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Hark! ye mortals, hear the trumpet |Samson Occom Angola (Daniel Belknap) |- |Angola (Daniel Belknap) | |Down from the top of earthly bliss |Isaac Watts Annapolis (Daniel Read) |- |Annapolis (Daniel Read) | |Awake, ye saints, to praise your King |Isaac Watts Annapolis (Jacob French) |- |Annapolis (Jacob French) | |He reigns! the Lord, the Savior reigns |Isaac Watts Annapolis (Solomon Howe) |- |Annapolis (Solomon Howe) | |While we admire the vast design |Anonymous Anstruther (Oliver Holden) |- |Anstruther (Oliver Holden) | |Light of those whose dreary dwelling |Charles Wesley Anthem for Thanksgiving (Stephen Jenks) |- |Anthem for Thanksgiving (Stephen Jenks) | |Come, let us sing a new made song | Antipatris (Oliver Holden) |- |Antipatris (Oliver Holden) | |Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue |Isaac Watts Appleton (Timothy Swan) |- |Appleton (Timothy Swan) | |Now to the Lord a noble song |Isaac Watts Arabia (Oliver Holden) |- |Arabia (Oliver Holden) | |Early, my God, without delay |Isaac Watts Arkham (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Arkham (Samuel Holyoke) | |Great God, while nature speaks thy praise |Anne Steele Armenia (Stephen Jenks) |- |Armenia (Stephen Jenks) | |Lord of the worlds above |Isaac Watts Arnheim (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Arnheim (Samuel Holyoke) | |All ye bright armies of the skies |Isaac Watts Arnon (Timothy Swan) |- |Arnon (Timothy Swan) | |Great God, to thy almighty love |Anne Steele Ascension (Abraham Wood) |- |Ascension (Abraham Wood) | |Jesus, our triumphant head |Joseph Hart Ascension (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Ascension (Hezekiah Moors) | |O for a shout of sacred joy |Isaac Watts Ascension (Jacob French) |- |Ascension (Jacob French) | |Hail the day that saw him rise |Charles Wesley Ashburnham (Jacob Kimball) |- |Ashburnham (Jacob Kimball) | |O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice |Tate and Brady Ashby (Jacob Kimball) |- |Ashby (Jacob Kimball) | |To spend one sacred day |Isaac Watts Ashby (Oliver Holden) |- |Ashby (Oliver Holden) | |Come, happy souls, approach your God |Isaac Watts Ashford (Daniel Belknap) |- |Ashford (Daniel Belknap) | |Loud let the tuneful trumpet sound |Philip Doddridge Ashford (Samuel Babcock) |- |Ashford (Samuel Babcock) | |Jesus is become at length |William Cowper Ashham (William Billings) |- |Ashham (William Billings) | |Thou whom my soul admires above |Isaac Watts Ashley (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Ashley (Hezekiah Moors) | |Tis but a few whose days amount |Isaac Watts Asia (Daniel Read) |- |Asia (Daniel Read) | |When man grows bold in sin |Isaac Watts Asia (William Billings) |- |Asia (William Billings) | |Behold, the lofty sky |Isaac Watts Aspiration (Abraham Wood) |- |Aspiration (Abraham Wood) | |Tis pure delight without alloy |Isaac Watts Aspiration (Jacob French) |- |Aspiration (Jacob French) | |Weary world, when will it end |Charles Wesley Aspiring Praise (Oliver Holden) |- |Aspiring Praise (Oliver Holden) | |My song shall bless the Lord of all |William Cowper Association (Jacob French) |- |Association (Jacob French) | |Content, thou dear object of all our desires |Anonymous Assurance (William Billings) |- |Assurance (William Billings) | |Now shall my head be lifted high |Isaac Watts Athens (Jacob French) |- |Athens (Jacob French) | |Touch, heavenly Word, O touch these curious souls |Isaac Watts Athens (Oliver Holden) |- |Athens (Oliver Holden) | |Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews |Isaac Watts Attleborough (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Attleborough (Hezekiah Moors) | |Lord, shall it be forever said |Isaac Watts Attleborough (William Billings) |- |Attleborough (William Billings) | |To God the only wise |Isaac Watts Augusta (Abraham Maxim) |- |Augusta (Abraham Maxim) | |Shout to the Lord, and let our joys |Isaac Watts Augusta (Alexander Gillet) |- |Augusta (Alexander Gillet) | |O tell me no more |John Gambold Aurora (William Billings) |- |Aurora (William Billings) | |Awake, my soul, awake |William Billings Auspicious Morn (Oliver Holden) |- |Auspicious Morn (Oliver Holden) | |No war or battles' sound |2 Auspicious Morn (Samuel Babcock) |- |Auspicious Morn (Samuel Babcock) | |Again the Lord of life and light |Anna Barbauld Austria (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Austria (Samuel Holyoke) | |Ye that obey the immortal King |Isaac Watts Autumn (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Autumn (Amos Pilsbury) | |Savior, the world's and mine |Charles Wesley Autumn (Daniel Belknap) |- |Autumn (Daniel Belknap) | |Twas spring, twas summer, all was gay |Samuel Johnson Avon (Oliver Holden) |- |Avon (Oliver Holden) | |Arise, my tenderest thoughts, arise |Philip Doddridge Babel (Jacob French) |- |Babel (Jacob French) | |O all ye nations, praise the Lord |Isaac Watts Babel (Samuel Babcock) |- |Babel (Samuel Babcock) | |Sitting by the streams that glide |Thomas Carew Babylon (1786) (Alexander Gillet) |- |Babylon (1786) (Alexander Gillet) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Babylon (Alexander Gillet) |- |Babylon (Alexander Gillet) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Babylon (Asahel Benham) |- |Babylon (Asahel Benham) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Babylon (Jacob French) |- |Babylon (Jacob French) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Babylonian Captivity (Elkanah Dare) |- |Babylonian Captivity (Elkanah Dare) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Baggaduce (Jacob French) |- |Baggaduce (Jacob French) | |Broad is the road that leads to death |Isaac Watts Baldwin (William Hauser) |- |Baldwin (William Hauser) | |And let our bodies part |Charles Wesley Balloon (Timothy Swan) |- |Balloon (Timothy Swan) | |Behold, I fall before Thy face |Isaac Watts Baltimore (William Billings) |- |Baltimore (William Billings) | |Father of mercies, thou |2 Bancroft (Oliver Brownson) |- |Bancroft (Oliver Brownson) | |Of justice and of grace I sing |Isaac Watts Barnet (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Barnet (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, we that love the Lord |Isaac Watts Barnstable (Daniel Read) |- |Barnstable (Daniel Read) | |Hail the day that saw him rise |Charles Wesley Barre (William Billings) |- |Barre (William Billings) | |How glorious is our heavenly King |Isaac Watts Barrington (Daniel Read) |- |Barrington (Daniel Read) | |How long wilt thou forget me, Lord |Tate and Brady Bartimeus (William Hauser) |- |Bartimeus (William Hauser) | |Mercy, O thou son of David |John Newton Bashan (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Bashan (Hezekiah Moors) | |How vain are all things here below |Isaac Watts Beaufort (Merit Woodruff) |- |Beaufort (Merit Woodruff) | |How vain are all things here below |Isaac Watts Beauty (Jacob French) |- |Beauty (Jacob French) | |We are a garden walled around |Isaac Watts Bedford (Ezra Goff) |- |Bedford (Ezra Goff) | |There is a house not made with hands |Isaac Watts Bedford (Oliver Brownson) |- |Bedford (Oliver Brownson) | |My never-ceasing songs shall show |Isaac Watts Bedford (Stephen Jenks) |- |Bedford (Stephen Jenks) | |How beauteous are their feet |Isaac Watts Beggar's Prayer (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Beggar's Prayer (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Encouraged by thy word |John Newton Begone unbelief (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Begone unbelief (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Begone unbelief |John Newton Belfast (Daniel Belknap) |- |Belfast (Daniel Belknap) | |With flowing eyes and bleeding hearts |Philip Doddridge Belgorod (Jacob French) |- |Belgorod (Jacob French) | |And now the scales have left mine eyes |Isaac Watts Bellevue (Elkanah Dare) |- |Bellevue (Elkanah Dare) | |Ye tribes of Adam, join |Isaac Watts Bellingham (Jacob French) |- |Bellingham (Jacob French) | |Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell |Isaac Watts Bellingham (William Billings) |- |Bellingham (William Billings) | |Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme |Isaac Watts Beneficence (Oliver Holden) |- |Beneficence (Oliver Holden) | |Father of our feeble race |John Taylor Beneficence (William Billings) |- |Beneficence (William Billings) | |That man is blest who stands in awe |Tate and Brady Benevolence (William Billings) |- |Benevolence (William Billings) | |Happy the man whose tender care |Tate and Brady Benevolent Street (Oliver Shaw) |- |Benevolent Street (Oliver Shaw) | |Up to the Lord, that reigns on high |Isaac Watts Bennington (Daniel Read) |- |Bennington (Daniel Read) | |Had not the Lord, let Israel say |Isaac Watts Bennington (Ebenezer Child) |- |Bennington (Ebenezer Child) | |Lord, what is man, poor feeble man |Isaac Watts Bensalem (Oliver Holden) |- |Bensalem (Oliver Holden) | |Jesus! and shall it ever be |Joseph Grigg Benson (Ebenezer Child) |- |Benson (Ebenezer Child) | |How short and hasty is our life |Isaac Watts Berkeley (Jacob Kimball) |- |Berkeley (Jacob Kimball) | |Come, let us join our cheerful songs |Isaac Watts Berkley (1792) (Alexander Gillet) |- |Berkley (1792) (Alexander Gillet) | |Jesus Christ, the Lord's anointed |John Newton Berkley (Alexander Gillet) |- |Berkley (Alexander Gillet) | |The Lord my pasture shall prepare |Joseph Addison Berkshire (Ephraim Reed) |- |Berkshire (Ephraim Reed) | |O, if my soul were formed for woe |Isaac Watts Berlin (Daniel Belknap) |- |Berlin (Daniel Belknap) | |The Lord Jehovah reigns |Isaac Watts Berwick (Jacob French) |- |Berwick (Jacob French) | |Speak, O ye judges of the earth |Tate and Brady Bethany (Jacob French) |- |Bethany (Jacob French) | |Mourn, mourn ye saints, as if you see |Anonymous Bethel (Anonymous) |- |Bethel (Anonymous) | |Let Zion and her sons rejoice |Isaac Watts Bethesda (Elisha West) |- |Bethesda (Elisha West) | |If your heart is unbelieving |John Leland Bethesda (James P. Carrell) |- |Bethesda (James P. Carrell) | |Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive |Isaac Watts Bethlehem (James P. Carrell) |- |Bethlehem (James P. Carrell) | |All glory to God in the sky |Charles Wesley Bethlehem (William Billings) |- |Bethlehem (William Billings) | |While shepherds watched their flocks by night |Nahum Tate Bethlehem (William Moore) |- |Bethlehem (William Moore) | |All glory to God in the sky |Charles Wesley Bethlehem Judah (Oliver Holden) |- |Bethlehem Judah (Oliver Holden) | |The fountain of Christ |Joseph Hart Bethsaida (Oliver Holden) |- |Bethsaida (Oliver Holden) | |Beside the gospel pool |John Newton Bitter Sweet (Oliver Holden) |- |Bitter Sweet (Oliver Holden) | |What is the world, with all its toys |Benjamin Beddome Blendon (Daniel Belknap) |- |Blendon (Daniel Belknap) | |Our sins, alas! How strong they be |Isaac Watts Blue Hill (Daniel Belknap) |- |Blue Hill (Daniel Belknap) | |Eternal power, whose high abode |Isaac Watts Bolton (Ebenezer Child) |- |Bolton (Ebenezer Child) | |What shall I render to my God |Isaac Watts Bolton (Oliver Brownson) |- |Bolton (Oliver Brownson) | |I'll praise my Maker with my breath |Isaac Watts Bondage (Timothy Swan) |- |Bondage (Timothy Swan) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Born to Die (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Born to Die (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Thou God of glorious majesty |Charles Wesley Boston New (Ephraim Reed) |- |Boston New (Ephraim Reed) | |Jesus, and shall it ever be |Joseph Grigg Bourbon (Oliver Holden) |- |Bourbon (Oliver Holden) | |How oft have sin and Satan strove |Isaac Watts Boxborough (Abraham Wood) |- |Boxborough (Abraham Wood) | |Like sheep we went astray |Isaac Watts Boxford (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Boxford (Samuel Holyoke) | |This is the day when Christ arose |John Lathrop Boxford (Timothy Swan) |- |Boxford (Timothy Swan) | |My sorrows, like a flood |Isaac Watts Boylston (Daniel Belknap) |- |Boylston (Daniel Belknap) | |Great Father of mankind |Philip Doddridge Brackley (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Brackley (Samuel Holyoke) | |Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray |Isaac Watts Bradford (Daniel Belknap) |- |Bradford (Daniel Belknap) | |These glorious minds, how bright they shine |Isaac Watts Bradford (Jacob Kimball) |- |Bradford (Jacob Kimball) | |How short and hasty is our life |Isaac Watts Braintree (William Billings) |- |Braintree (William Billings) | |Ye holy souls, in God rejoice |Isaac Watts Brandford (Asahel Benham) |- |Brandford (Asahel Benham) | |Why should the children of a King |Isaac Watts Brandon (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Brandon (Samuel Holyoke) | |The scattered clouds are fled at last |Anonymous Brattle Street (1770) (William Billings) |- |Brattle Street (1770) (William Billings) | |Just are thy ways, and true thy word |Isaac Watts Brattle Street (1786) (William Billings) |- |Brattle Street (1786) (William Billings) | |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Isaac Watts Brest (William Billings) |- |Brest (William Billings) | |Praise, everlasting praise, be paid |Isaac Watts Brevity (Abraham Wood) |- |Brevity (Abraham Wood) | |Man, born of woman, like a flower |Anonymous Bridge Town (Elkanah Dare) |- |Bridge Town (Elkanah Dare) | |Grace! 'tis a charming sound |Philip Doddridge Bridgwater (William Billings) |- |Bridgwater (William Billings) | |Majestic God, when I descry |William Billings Bright Reversion (Oliver Holden) |- |Bright Reversion (Oliver Holden) | |When conscious grief laments sincere |Anne Steele Bristol (Timothy Swan) |- |Bristol (Timothy Swan) | |The lofty pillars of the sky |Joseph Addison Broomsgrove (James P. Carrell) |- |Broomsgrove (James P. Carrell) | |Lamb of God for sinners slain |Charles Wesley Brownford (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Brownford (Samuel Holyoke) | |Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive |Isaac Watts Bruce's Address (William Hauser) |- |Bruce's Address (William Hauser) | |Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your leader |Jared Waterbury Bruce's Address (William Walker) |- |Bruce's Address (William Walker) | |Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your Captain |Anonymous Buckland (Oliver Brownson) |- |Buckland (Oliver Brownson) | |The Eternal speaks, all heaven attends |Anonymous Bunker Hill (Abraham Wood) |- |Bunker Hill (Abraham Wood) | |We are exposed all day to die |Isaac Watts Bunker Hill (Sylvanus Ripley) |- |Bunker Hill (Sylvanus Ripley) | |Why should vain mortals tremble at the sight |Nathaniel Niles Burlington (Daniel Read) |- |Burlington (Daniel Read) | |Disciples of Christ, ye friends of the Lamb |George Whitefield Burlington (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Burlington (Nehemiah Shumway) | |My God, my God, why leavest Thou me |Francis Hopkinson Burlington (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Burlington (Samuel Holyoke) | |Awake, my soul, to sound his praise |Joel Barlow Burlington (Walter Janes) |- |Burlington (Walter Janes) | |Jesus shall reign where-e'er the sun |Isaac Watts Burlington (William Billings) |- |Burlington (William Billings) | |Canaan promised is before |James Relly Burton (Elisha West) |- |Burton (Elisha West) | |Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I |Isaac Watts Burwick (Timothy Swan) |- |Burwick (Timothy Swan) | |Now for a tune of lofty praise |Isaac Watts Buxton (Daniel Belknap) |- |Buxton (Daniel Belknap) | |Shout to the Lord, ye surging seas |Isaac Watts Buxton (Jacob French) |- |Buxton (Jacob French) | |Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound |Isaac Watts By the offense of one (Hezekiah Moors) |- |By the offense of one (Hezekiah Moors) | |By the offense of one | Byfield (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Byfield (Samuel Holyoke) | |Shout to the Lord, and let our joys |Isaac Watts Byford (Oliver Brownson) |- |Byford (Oliver Brownson) | |Not to our names, Thou only just and true |Isaac Watts Caelestis (Jacob French) |- |Caelestis (Jacob French) | |Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings |Robert Seagrave Caledonia (Samuel Babcock) |- |Caledonia (Samuel Babcock) | |I will praise thee every day |William Cowper Calvary (Daniel Read) |- |Calvary (Daniel Read) | |My thoughts, that often mount the skies |Isaac Watts Calvary (Timothy Swan) |- |Calvary (Timothy Swan) | |Infinite grief! Amazing woe |Isaac Watts Calvary New (James P. Carrell) |- |Calvary New (James P. Carrell) | |Now let our lips with holy fear |Isaac Watts Cambridge (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Cambridge (Amos Pilsbury) | |My tongue repeats his vows |Isaac Watts Cambridge (Oliver Brownson) |- |Cambridge (Oliver Brownson) | |Deep in our hearts let us record |Isaac Watts Cambridge (Samuel Babcock) |- |Cambridge (Samuel Babcock) | |With one consent let all the earth |Tate and Brady Cambridge (William Billings) |- |Cambridge (William Billings) | |Ye that delight to serve the Lord |Isaac Watts Camden (Daniel Read) |- |Camden (Daniel Read) | |Out of the deeps of long distress |Isaac Watts Camden (Oliver Holden) |- |Camden (Oliver Holden) | |The God of glory sends His summons forth |Isaac Watts Cana (Oliver Holden) |- |Cana (Oliver Holden) | |Why is my heart so far from Thee |Isaac Watts Canaan (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Canaan (Amos Pilsbury) | |Head of the church triumphant |Charles Wesley Canaan (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Canaan (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come all ye dear souls, who are of Adam's loin |Anonymous Canaan (Stephen Jenks) |- |Canaan (Stephen Jenks) | |I send the joys of earth away |Isaac Watts Canaan (Timothy Swan) |- |Canaan (Timothy Swan) | |How sweet the voice, how sweet the hand |Anonymous Canada (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Canada (Samuel Holyoke) | |O Lord, to our request give ear |Jeremy Belknap Canton (Oliver Holden) |- |Canton (Oliver Holden) | |How did my heart rejoice to hear |Isaac Watts Canton (Timothy Swan) |- |Canton (Timothy Swan) | |When marching to thy blest abode |Tate and Brady Captain Kidd (Alexander Johnson) |- |Captain Kidd (Alexander Johnson) | |Through all this world below |Anonymous Carlisle (Daniel Belknap) |- |Carlisle (Daniel Belknap) | |Now shall my inward joys arise |Isaac Watts Carolina (Jacob French) |- |Carolina (Jacob French) | |O Israel's shepherd, Joseph's guide |Tate and Brady Carthagena (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Carthagena (Samuel Holyoke) | |The Lord, the Sovereign, sends his summons forth |Isaac Watts Castile (Jacob French) |- |Castile (Jacob French) | |Come, let us sing unto the Lord |William Billings Castle Island (Jacob French) |- |Castle Island (Jacob French) | |Great God, whom heavenly hosts obey |Isaac Watts Celebration (Walter Janes) |- |Celebration (Walter Janes) | |Loud hallelujahs to the Lord |Isaac Watts Celestial Watering (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Celestial Watering (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Savior, visit thy plantation |John Newton Ceylon (Oliver Holden) |- |Ceylon (Oliver Holden) | |From my sad prison set me free |Isaac Watts Champlain (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Champlain (Samuel Holyoke) | |Angels, roll the rock away |Thomas Scott Changing Seasons (Ananias Davisson) |- |Changing Seasons (Ananias Davisson) | |When winter is over and spring is begun |Anonymous Channel of Mercy (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Channel of Mercy (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my song |John Stocker Charity (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Charity (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O! Jesus my Savior to thee I submit |Sarah Jones Charity (Samuel Babcock) |- |Charity (Samuel Babcock) | |Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews |Isaac Watts Charleston (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Charleston (Amos Pilsbury) | |Come, thou fount of every blessing |Robert Robinson Charlestown (Daniel Read) |- |Charlestown (Daniel Read) | |When God revealed His gracious name |Isaac Watts Chelsea (1770) (William Billings) |- |Chelsea (1770) (William Billings) | |He reigns! The Lord, the Savior reigns |Isaac Watts Chelsea (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Chelsea (Samuel Holyoke) | |Thou sacred one, almighty three |Isaac Watts Chelsea (William Billings) |- |Chelsea (William Billings) | |What beauties divine |James Relly Chesterfield (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Chesterfield (Amos Pilsbury) | |In boundless mercy, gracious Lord, appear |Anonymous China (Jacob French) |- |China (Jacob French) | |O praise the Lord with one consent |Tate and Brady China (Samuel Babcock) |- |China (Samuel Babcock) | |Nature, with all her powers, shall sing |Isaac Watts Chosen Race (Oliver Holden) |- |Chosen Race (Oliver Holden) | |To bless Thy chosen race |Tate and Brady Christian Soldier (Daniel Read) |- |Christian Soldier (Daniel Read) | |Soldiers of Christ, arise |Charles Wesley Christian Soldier (James P. Carrell) |- |Christian Soldier (James P. Carrell) | |Am I a soldier of the cross |Isaac Watts Christian Song (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Christian Song (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Mine eyes are now closing to rest |Abner Reed Christian Warfare (Anonymous) |- |Christian Warfare (Anonymous) | |Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your Captain |Anonymous Christian's Hope (Samuel Babcock) |- |Christian's Hope (Samuel Babcock) | |Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims |Isaac Watts Christianity (Jacob French) |- |Christianity (Jacob French) | |Tis by the faith of joys to come |Isaac Watts Christmas (Oliver Holden) |- |Christmas (Oliver Holden) | |Behold, the grace appears |Isaac Watts Christmas (Samuel Babcock) |- |Christmas (Samuel Babcock) | |Shout, shout for joy, rejoice, O earth |George Richards Christmas Anthem (James P. Carrell) |- |Christmas Anthem (James P. Carrell) | |Shepherds rejoice, lift up your eyes |Isaac Watts Citation (Ebenezer Child) |- |Citation (Ebenezer Child) | |When the great Builder arched the skies |Isaac Watts Clapboardtree Grove (Daniel Belknap) |- |Clapboardtree Grove (Daniel Belknap) | |The gentle breeze which through the grove |Anonymous Claradon (Timothy Swan) |- |Claradon (Timothy Swan) | |O come let us join |Anonymous Close of the Day (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Close of the Day (Hezekiah Moors) | |The night draws near, we must away |Anonymous Cobham (William Billings) |- |Cobham (William Billings) | |Teach me the measure of my days |Isaac Watts Colchester (Jacob French) |- |Colchester (Jacob French) | |Let sinners take their course |Isaac Watts Colchester (Oliver Brownson) |- |Colchester (Oliver Brownson) | |Great God, the heav'ns well-ordered frame |Isaac Watts Columbia (Alexander Johnson) |- |Columbia (Alexander Johnson) | |As down a lone valley with cedars o'erspread |Timothy Dwight Columbia (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Columbia (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |And is the lovely shadow fled |Charles Wesley Columbia (Stephen Jenks) |- |Columbia (Stephen Jenks) | |In vain the noisy crowd |Isaac Watts Columbus (Stephen Jenks) |- |Columbus (Stephen Jenks) | |Let party names no more |Benjamin Beddome Comfort ye, comfort ye, my people (Samuel Babcock) |- |Comfort ye, comfort ye, my people (Samuel Babcock) | |Comfort ye, comfort ye, my people | Commemoration (Oliver Holden) |- |Commemoration (Oliver Holden) | |Worthy the Lamb that died, they cry |Isaac Watts Communion (Jacob French) |- |Communion (Jacob French) | |Father, we wait to feel thy grace |Isaac Watts Compassion (Oliver Holden) |- |Compassion (Oliver Holden) | |Did Christ for sinners weep |Benjamin Beddome Compassion (Stephen Jenks) |- |Compassion (Stephen Jenks) | |Did Christ for sinners die |Benjamin Beddome Complainer (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Complainer (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |I set myself against the Lord |John Leland Complainer (William Hauser) |- |Complainer (William Hauser) | |I am a great complainer |Anonymous Complainer (William Walker) |- |Complainer (William Walker) | |I am a great complainer |Anonymous Complaint (Asahel Benham) |- |Complaint (Asahel Benham) | |O were I like a feathered dove |Isaac Watts Complaint (Daniel Read) |- |Complaint (Daniel Read) | |And am I only born to die |Charles Wesley Complaint (Oliver Shaw) |- |Complaint (Oliver Shaw) | |O God of grace and righteousness |Isaac Watts Concord (Daniel Belknap) |- |Concord (Daniel Belknap) | |Tis finished, so the Savior cried |Samuel Stennett Concord (Oliver Holden) |- |Concord (Oliver Holden) | |The hill of Zion yields |Isaac Watts Concord (William Billings) |- |Concord (William Billings) | |How long wilt Thou conceal Thy face |Isaac Watts Condescending (Ananias Davisson) |- |Condescending (Ananias Davisson) | |How condescending and how kind |Isaac Watts Condescension (Daniel Read) |- |Condescension (Daniel Read) | |Hark! The Redeemer from on high |Isaac Watts Condescension (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Condescension (Hezekiah Moors) | |Thy favors, Lord, surprise our souls |Isaac Watts Confession (Oliver Holden) |- |Confession (Oliver Holden) | |Lord, 'tis against Thy face |Isaac Watts Confession (Stephen Jenks) |- |Confession (Stephen Jenks) | |Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin |Isaac Watts Confidence (Oliver Holden) |- |Confidence (Oliver Holden) | |Now can my soul in God rejoice |Henry Alline Connecticut (Jacob French) |- |Connecticut (Jacob French) | |Come, let us sing unto the Lord |William Billings Connexion (Walter Janes) |- |Connexion (Walter Janes) | |Come, join our cheerful songs |Isaac Watts Conquest (William Billings) |- |Conquest (William Billings) | |Sing the triumphs of your conquering head |James Relly Consecration (Oliver Holden) |- |Consecration (Oliver Holden) | |It grieves me, Lord, it grieves me sore |Isaac Watts Consecration (Samuel Babcock) |- |Consecration (Samuel Babcock) | |Change me, O God, my flesh shall be |Isaac Watts Consolation (Anonymous) |- |Consolation (Anonymous) | |Come on, my partners in distress |Charles Wesley Consolation (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Consolation (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come and taste along with me |John Leland Consolation (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Consolation (Samuel Holyoke) | |Hear what the voice from heaven declares |Isaac Watts Consolation (William Billings) |- |Consolation (William Billings) | |He's come, let every knee be bent |Henry Playford Constant Peace (Oliver Holden) |- |Constant Peace (Oliver Holden) | |Jehovah, with amazing noise |Tate and Brady Content (Walter Janes) |- |Content (Walter Janes) | |Since God is all my trust |Tate and Brady Contentment (Oliver Holden) |- |Contentment (Oliver Holden) | |Now let the Lord my Savior smile |Isaac Watts Contrast (Oliver Holden) |- |Contrast (Oliver Holden) | |This life's a dream, an empty show |Isaac Watts Contrition (Oliver Holden) |- |Contrition (Oliver Holden) | |Lord, I'm ashamed to say |Isaac Watts Conviction (Jacob French) |- |Conviction (Jacob French) | |Alas, my aching heart |Isaac Watts Copeland (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Copeland (Samuel Holyoke) | |O blessed souls are they |Isaac Watts Corinth (Oliver Holden) |- |Corinth (Oliver Holden) | |Bless God, O my soul, rejoice in His name |William Vincent Corsica (William Billings) |- |Corsica (William Billings) | |The Lord almighty is a God |Perez Morton Coventry (Daniel Read) |- |Coventry (Daniel Read) | |Let strangers walk around |Isaac Watts Coventry (Jacob French) |- |Coventry (Jacob French) | |Man has a soul of vast desires (these editions) |Isaac Watts Cowper (Oliver Holden) |- |Cowper (Oliver Holden) | |Forgive the song that falls so low |William Cowper Cranbury (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Cranbury (Nehemiah Shumway) | |Great God, the heavens' well-ordered-frame |Isaac Watts Creation (Elisha West) |- |Creation (Elisha West) | |He framed the globe, he built the sky |Isaac Watts Creation (Jacob French) |- |Creation (Jacob French) | |Blest be the man whose piercing mind |Isaac Watts Creation (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Creation (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord |Robert Keen Creation (Oliver Holden) |- |Creation (Oliver Holden) | |Lord, when my raptured thoughts survey |Anne Steele Creation (William Billings) |- |Creation (William Billings) | |When I with pleasing wonder stand |Isaac Watts Crete (Samuel Babcock) |- |Crete (Samuel Babcock) | |In deep distress I oft have cried |Tate and Brady Cross-Street (William Billings) |- |Cross-Street (William Billings) | |The Lord my pasture shall prepare |Joseph Addison Crostic (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Crostic (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Jesus, our great high priest, was slain
Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes |Jeremiah Ingalls
Isaac Watts Crucifixion (Alexander Johnson) |- |Crucifixion (Alexander Johnson) | |Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone |John Cennick Crucifixion (Ananias Davisson) |- |Crucifixion (Ananias Davisson) | |Saw ye my Savior |Anonymous Crucifixion (Asahel Benham) |- |Crucifixion (Asahel Benham) | |Jesus, whom every saint adores |Isaac Watts Crucifixion (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Crucifixion (Barnabas McKyes) | |Behold, the Savior of mankind |Samuel Wesley, Sr. Crucifixion (Samuel Babcock) |- |Crucifixion (Samuel Babcock) | |Now let our mournful songs record |Isaac Watts Crucifixion (Walter Janes) |- |Crucifixion (Walter Janes) | |Now let our mournful songs record |Isaac Watts Crucifixion (William Billings) |- |Crucifixion (William Billings) | |Mourn, mourn, ye saints |Anonymous Cuba (Oliver Holden) |- |Cuba (Oliver Holden) | |While some on me with wonder gaze |Tate and Brady Cumberland (William Billings) |- |Cumberland (William Billings) | |Behold the glories of the Lamb |Isaac Watts Curiosity (Stephen Jenks) |- |Curiosity (Stephen Jenks) | |He framed the globe, he built the sky |Isaac Watts Cypress (Daniel Read) |- |Cypress (Daniel Read) | |Hark! From the tombs a doleful sound |Isaac Watts Cyrene (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Cyrene (Samuel Holyoke) | |Why will ye die, O wretched man |Henry Alline Danbury (Joseph Stone) |- |Danbury (Joseph Stone) | |Alas, the brittle clay |Isaac Watts Danbury (William Billings) |- |Danbury (William Billings) | |Lord, what a feeble piece |Isaac Watts Danville (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Danville (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Ill tidings never can surprise |Isaac Watts Danville (Oliver Holden) |- |Danville (Oliver Holden) | |When gladness wings my favored hour |Helen Williams Danville (Stephen Jenks) |- |Danville (Stephen Jenks) | |Save me, O God, the swelling floods |Isaac Watts Dartmouth (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Dartmouth (Amos Pilsbury) | |Redemption great he gave |Thomas Norton Dartmouth (Daniel Belknap) |- |Dartmouth (Daniel Belknap) | |Blest are the humble souls that see |Isaac Watts Dartmouth (Stephen Jenks) |- |Dartmouth (Stephen Jenks) | |To bring the glorious news |Isaac Watts Dauphin (Jacob French) |- |Dauphin (Jacob French) | |Welcome, sweet day of rest |Isaac Watts David's Victory (Robert Boyd) |- |David's Victory (Robert Boyd) | |New your festal rites prepare |Hannah More Davis (Anonymous) |- |Davis (Anonymous) | |O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight |Joseph Swain Dawning Light (Oliver Holden) |- |Dawning Light (Oliver Holden) | |From the first dawning light |Isaac Watts Death's Alarm (Elisha West) |- |Death's Alarm (Elisha West) | |The rising morning can't assure |Isaac Watts Decay (Stephen Jenks) |- |Decay (Stephen Jenks) | |My days are as the grass |Isaac Watts Declaration (Jacob French) |- |Declaration (Jacob French) | |Sweet is the day of sacred rest |Isaac Watts Dedham (Jacob Kimball) |- |Dedham (Jacob Kimball) | |To God I cried with mournful voice |Isaac Watts Dedham (William Billings) |- |Dedham (William Billings) | |Rejoice, ye shining worlds on high |Isaac Watts Dedication (Abraham Wood) |- |Dedication (Abraham Wood) | |Where shall we go |Isaac Watts Dedication Anthem (Jacob French) |- |Dedication Anthem (Jacob French) | |Lift up your heads, O ye gates | Dedication Anthem (Timothy Swan) |- |Dedication Anthem (Timothy Swan) | |The Lord reigneth, let the earth rejoice | Dedicatory Anthem (Oliver Holden) |- |Dedicatory Anthem (Oliver Holden) | |Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised | Dedicatory Hymn (Oliver Holden) |- |Dedicatory Hymn (Oliver Holden) | |Let flowing numbers sweetly rise |Anonymous Delaware (Samuel Babcock) |- |Delaware (Samuel Babcock) | |In awful state the conquering God |Isaac Watts Delaware (William Billings) |- |Delaware (William Billings) | |Remember, Lord, our mortal state |Isaac Watts Delay (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Delay (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Ah! whither shall I go |Charles Wesley Delight (Stephen Jenks) |- |Delight (Stephen Jenks) | |My Savior and my King |Isaac Watts Deliverance (Oliver Holden) |- |Deliverance (Oliver Holden) | |Soon shall I quit this mortal shore |Henry Alline Delley (Jacob French) |- |Delley (Jacob French) | |Down headlong from their native skies |Isaac Watts Denbigh (Timothy Swan) |- |Denbigh (Timothy Swan) | |God counts the sorrows of his saints |Isaac Watts Dependence (Oliver Holden) |- |Dependence (Oliver Holden) | |To keep the lamp alive |William Cowper Depravity (Daniel Read) |- |Depravity (Daniel Read) | |By nature all have gone astray |Isaac Watts Derby (Daniel Read) |- |Derby (Daniel Read) | |Lord of the worlds above |Isaac Watts Derrick (William Walker) |- |Derrick (William Walker) | |Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comes |Philip Doddridge Derry (Ezra Goff) |- |Derry (Ezra Goff) | |Welcome, sweet day of rest |Isaac Watts Desertion (Oliver Holden) |- |Desertion (Oliver Holden) | |Deep in a cold, a joyless cell |Joseph Hart Desire of Nations (Oliver Holden) |- |Desire of Nations (Oliver Holden) | |Ye heavenly gates, loose all your chains |Isaac Watts Despair (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Despair (Barnabas McKyes) | |Out of the deeps of long distress |Isaac Watts Despair (Walter Janes) |- |Despair (Walter Janes) | |As on some lonely building's top |Isaac Watts Despondency (Walter Janes) |- |Despondency (Walter Janes) | |Oft have I sat in secret sighs |Isaac Watts Devizes (James P. Carrell) |- |Devizes (James P. Carrell) | |With earnest longings of the mind |Isaac Watts Devotion (Alexander Johnson) |- |Devotion (Alexander Johnson) | |Sweet is the day of sacred rest |Isaac Watts Devotion (Ananias Davisson) |- |Devotion (Ananias Davisson) | |Sweet is the day of sacred rest |Isaac Watts Devotion (Daniel Read) |- |Devotion (Daniel Read) | |Sweet is the day of sacred rest |Isaac Watts Devotion (Jacob French) |- |Devotion (Jacob French) | |Awake, my soul, and with the sun |Thomas Ken Devotion New (Walter Janes) |- |Devotion New (Walter Janes) | |How pleased and blest was I |Isaac Watts Digby (Timothy Swan) |- |Digby (Timothy Swan) | |God counts the sorrows of his saints |Isaac Watts Dismission (Elkanah Dare) |- |Dismission (Elkanah Dare) | |Lord, dismiss us with thy blesssing |John Fawcett Dissolution (Daniel Belknap) |- |Dissolution (Daniel Belknap) | |And must my body faint and die |Isaac Watts Dissolution (Elisha West) |- |Dissolution (Elisha West) | |Death may dissolve my body now |Isaac Watts Dissolution (Jacob French) |- |Dissolution (Jacob French) | |And is the lovely shadow fled |Charles Wesley Dissolution (Oliver Holden) |- |Dissolution (Oliver Holden) | |Death will dissolve the tenderest tie |Anonymous Dissolution (Samuel Babcock) |- |Dissolution (Samuel Babcock) | |Stoop down, my thoughts, that use to rise |Isaac Watts Dissolution (Walter Janes) |- |Dissolution (Walter Janes) | |Death, like an overflowing stream |Isaac Watts Dix-Hills (Oliver Holden) |- |Dix-Hills (Oliver Holden) | |Too many, Lord, abuse Thy grace |William Cowper Dominion (Daniel Read) |- |Dominion (Daniel Read) | |Jesus shall reign where-e'er the sun |Isaac Watts Dominion (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Dominion (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, ye Christians, sing the praises |Joseph Hart Dorchester (Samuel Babcock) |- |Dorchester (Samuel Babcock) | |My God, permit me not to be |Isaac Watts Dormant (Jacob French) |- |Dormant (Jacob French) | |Sleep! downy sleep! come close my eyes |Thomas Flatman Dover (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Dover (Amos Pilsbury) | |And let this feeble body fail |Charles Wesley Dover (Daniel Belknap) |- |Dover (Daniel Belknap) | |Naked as from the earth we came |Isaac Watts Dover (Daniel Read) |- |Dover (Daniel Read) | |O that the Lord would guide my ways |Isaac Watts Dover (Timothy Swan) |- |Dover (Timothy Swan) | |My soul, thy great Creator praise |Isaac Watts Doxology (Daniel Read) |- |Doxology (Daniel Read) | |To God the Father, God the Son |Isaac Watts Dryden (Daniel Read) |- |Dryden (Daniel Read) | |My soul, come meditate the day |Isaac Watts Dublin (William Billings) |- |Dublin (William Billings) | |Like sheep we went astray |Isaac Watts Dudley (William Billings) |- |Dudley (William Billings) | |How long, O Lord, shall I complain |Isaac Watts Dudley (William Walker) |- |Dudley (William Walker) | |When I can read my title clear |Isaac Watts Dunstable (William Billings) |- |Dunstable (William Billings) | |With earnest longings of the mind |Isaac Watts Durham (Daniel Belknap) |- |Durham (Daniel Belknap) | |Think mighty God, on feebleman |Isaac Watts Duxborough (William Billings) |- |Duxborough (William Billings) | |In vain the wealthy mortals toil |Isaac Watts East Florida (Solomon Howe) |- |East Florida (Solomon Howe) | |A poisoned arrow is your tongue |Isaac Watts East Needham (Daniel Belknap) |- |East Needham (Daniel Belknap) | |The little hills, on every side |Isaac Watts East Sudbury (William Billings) |- |East Sudbury (William Billings) | |Ye tribes of Adam, join |Isaac Watts Eastford (Jacob French) |- |Eastford (Jacob French) | |When marching to thy blest abode |Tate and Brady Eastham (Daniel Read) |- |Eastham (Daniel Read) | |Tis with a mournful pleasure now |Isaac Watts Eden (William Billings) |- |Eden (William Billings) | |Those glorious minds, how bright they shine |Isaac Watts Edenton (Daniel Read) |- |Edenton (Daniel Read) | |Lord of the worlds above |Isaac Watts Edenton (Oliver Holden) |- |Edenton (Oliver Holden) | |Life has a a soft and silver thread |Isaac Watts Edenvale (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Edenvale (Samuel Holyoke) | |Too mean this little globe for me |Henry Alline Edinburgh (Jacob Kimball) |- |Edinburgh (Jacob Kimball) | |O tell me no more |John Gambold Edinburgh (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Edinburgh (Samuel Holyoke) | |Ye heavens, with sounds of triumph ring |Philip Doddridge Edington (Stephen Jenks) |- |Edington (Stephen Jenks) | |Alas! and did my Savior bleed |Isaac Watts Edom (Elisha West) |- |Edom (Elisha West) | |He sends his word, and melts the snow |Isaac Watts Edson (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Edson (Amos Pilsbury) | |O Jesus, Savior of my soul |Anonymous Effingham (William Billings) |- |Effingham (William Billings) | |Behold the lofty sky |Isaac Watts Egypt (Timothy Swan) |- |Egypt (Timothy Swan) | |He called for darkness, darkness came |Tate and Brady Egypt (William Billings) |- |Egypt (William Billings) | |Come, see the wonders of our God |Isaac Watts Eighteenth Psalm (William Billings) |- |Eighteenth Psalm (William Billings) | |We love Thee, Lord, and we adore |Isaac Watts Election (William Billings) |- |Election (William Billings) | |Thou art my blest portion, thou dear Nazarene |James Relly Elevation (James P. Carrell) |- |Elevation (James P. Carrell) | |My God, the spring of all my joys |Isaac Watts Elevation (Samuel Babcock) |- |Elevation (Samuel Babcock) | |Raise your triumphant songs |Isaac Watts Elon (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Elon (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Who has believed thy word |Isaac Watts Elysian (William Hauser) |- |Elysian (William Hauser) | |Burst ye emerald gates and bring |Richard Kempenfelt Embden (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Embden (Hezekiah Moors) | |Not all the blood of beasts |Isaac Watts Emerald Gates (Ananias Davisson) |- |Emerald Gates (Ananias Davisson) | |Burst ye emerald gates and bring |Richard Kempenfelt Emulation (Oliver Holden) |- |Emulation (Oliver Holden) | |Now let us raise our cheerful strains |Anne Steele Energy (Timothy Swan) |- |Energy (Timothy Swan) | |Attend our armies to the fight |Joel Barlow Enfield (Daniel Belknap) |- |Enfield (Daniel Belknap) | |The voice of my Beloved sounds |Isaac Watts Enfield (Daniel Read) |- |Enfield (Daniel Read) | |Might I enjoy the meanest place |Isaac Watts Entreaty (Ezra Goff) |- |Entreaty (Ezra Goff) | |I cry till all my voice be gone |Isaac Watts Ephesus (Oliver Holden) |- |Ephesus (Oliver Holden) | |The uplifted eye, and bended knee |Thomas Scott Ephrathah (Samuel Babcock) |- |Ephrathah (Samuel Babcock) | |While shepherds watched their flocks by night |Nahum Tate Erie (Oliver Holden) |- |Erie (Oliver Holden) | |As lost in lonely grief I tread |Joel Barlow Essex (Oliver Holden) |- |Essex (Oliver Holden) | |Go, worship at Immanuel's feet |Isaac Watts Eternal Wisdom (Oliver Holden) |- |Eternal Wisdom (Oliver Holden) | |Eternal wisdom, thee we praise |Isaac Watts Euphrates (Oliver Holden) |- |Euphrates (Oliver Holden) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Europe (William Billings) |- |Europe (William Billings) | |Let every mortal ear attend |Isaac Watts Evening Hymn (Oliver Holden) |- |Evening Hymn (Oliver Holden) | |Now may soft slumbers close my eyes | Evening Shade (Stephen Jenks) |- |Evening Shade (Stephen Jenks) | |The day is past ands gone |John Leland Exaltation (Walter Janes) |- |Exaltation (Walter Janes) | |Now shall my head be lifted high |Isaac Watts Exeter (William Billings) |- |Exeter (William Billings) | |When I my inward guilt suppressed |Isaac Watts Exhortation (Eliakim Doolittle) |- |Exhortation (Eliakim Doolittle) | |Now in the heat of youthful blood |Isaac Watts Exhortation (Jacob French) |- |Exhortation (Jacob French) | |Ye nations round the earth, rejoice |Isaac Watts Expectation (Solomon Howe) |- |Expectation (Solomon Howe) | |My soul, survey the important cause |Solomon Howe Experience (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Experience (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come all ye saints and sinners near |Anonymous Experience (William Walker) |- |Experience (William Walker) | |Come, all ye people of my nation |Anonymous Extollation (Walter Janes) |- |Extollation (Walter Janes) | |Loud Hallelujas to the Lord |Isaac Watts Exultation (Oliver Holden) |- |Exultation (Oliver Holden) | |He spake, and heaven's high arches rang |Samuel Stennett Fading Nature (Stephen Jenks) |- |Fading Nature (Stephen Jenks) | |So fades the lovely, blooming flower |Anne Steele Fair Haven (Stephen Jenks) |- |Fair Haven (Stephen Jenks) | |Come, sound his praise abroad |Isaac Watts Fairfield (William Billings) |- |Fairfield (William Billings) | |From lowest depths of woe |Tate and Brady Fairford (Jacob Kimball) |- |Fairford (Jacob Kimball) | |Jesus, who died a world to save |William Hammond Fairhaven (Jacob French) |- |Fairhaven (Jacob French) | |There was an hour when Christ rejoiced |Isaac Watts Fairlee (Oliver Holden) |- |Fairlee (Oliver Holden) | |Jesus shall reign where-e'er the sun |Isaac Watts Fairton (Elkanah Dare) |- |Fairton (Elkanah Dare) | |O God of mercy, hear my call |Isaac Watts Faithful Soldier (William Walker) |- |Faithful Soldier (William Walker) | |O when shall I see Jesus |John Leland Falmouth (Abraham Maxim) |- |Falmouth (Abraham Maxim) | |Say, Live for ever, wondrous King |Isaac Watts Falmouth (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Falmouth (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Hallelujah through the nations |Anonymous Farewell (Jacob French) |- |Farewell (Jacob French) | |My friends, I am going a long and tedious journey |Anonymous Farewell Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Farewell Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Give ear to me, ye sons of men |Jeremiah Ingalls Farmington (Alexander Gillet) |- |Farmington (Alexander Gillet) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Farmington (Jacob French) |- |Farmington (Jacob French) | |Hence from my soul, my sins, depart |Isaac Watts Farnum (Jacob French) |- |Farnum (Jacob French) | |Sing to the Lord a new-made song |Tate and Brady Fellowship (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Fellowship (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come away to the skies |Charles Wesley Female Convict (Robert Boyd) |- |Female Convict (Robert Boyd) | |O sleep not my babe, for the morn of tomorrow | Fernay (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Fernay (Samuel Holyoke) | |Glory to God the Father's name |Isaac Watts Fidelity (Daniel Read) |- |Fidelity (Daniel Read) | |I wait for Thy salvation, Lord |Isaac Watts Firmament (Daniel Read) |- |Firmament (Daniel Read) | |Great God, the heav'ns' well-ordered frame |Isaac Watts Fitchburg (William Billings) |- |Fitchburg (William Billings) | |Deep in our hearts let us record |Isaac Watts Flanders (Samuel Babcock) |- |Flanders (Samuel Babcock) | |Since I have placed my trust in God |Tate and Brady Flanders (Timothy Swan) |- |Flanders (Timothy Swan) | |Great God, whose universal sway |Isaac Watts Florence (Samuel Babcock) |- |Florence (Samuel Babcock) | |Immense compassion reigns |Isaac Watts Florida (Oliver Shaw) |- |Florida (Oliver Shaw) | |And must this body die |Isaac Watts Fluvanna (Abraham Maxim) |- |Fluvanna (Abraham Maxim) | |Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear |Isaac Watts Fluvanna (Merit Woodruff) |- |Fluvanna (Merit Woodruff) | |He rides upon the winged wind |Isaac Watts Forerunner (Oliver Holden) |- |Forerunner (Oliver Holden) | |Far, far beyond these lower skies |Samuel Medley Forster (Anonymous) |- |Forster (Anonymous) | |Ye weary heavy laden souls |John Granade Fount (Oliver Holden) |- |Fount (Oliver Holden) | |Come, thou fount of every blessing |Robert Robinson Framingham (Daniel Belknap) |- |Framingham (Daniel Belknap) | |He dies! The friend of sinners dies |Isaac Watts Framingham (William Billings) |- |Framingham (William Billings) | |Shall wisdom cry aloud |Isaac Watts Franklin (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Franklin (Amos Pilsbury) | |Jesus, great Redeemer, hear |Charles Wesley Franklin (Stephen Jenks) |- |Franklin (Stephen Jenks) | |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Isaac Watts Franklin (Timothy Swan) |- |Franklin (Timothy Swan) | |Hosanna to Jesus on high |Charles Wesley Franklin (William Billings) |- |Franklin (William Billings) | |Lord, how secure and blest are they |Isaac Watts Free Grace (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Free Grace (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The voice of free grace cries 'scape to the mountains |Richard Burdsall Freedom (Alexander Gillet) |- |Freedom (Alexander Gillet) | |The Lord of glory reigns, he reigns on high |Isaac Watts Freedom (Elisha West) |- |Freedom (Elisha West) | |The Lord hath eyes to give the blind |Isaac Watts Freehold (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Freehold (Nehemiah Shumway) | |The God of Abraham praise | Freetown (Daniel Read) |- |Freetown (Daniel Read) | |Join all the glorious names |Isaac Watts French Broad (William Walker) |- |French Broad (William Walker) | |High o'er the hills the mountains rise |William Walker Friendly Meeting (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Friendly Meeting (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Well met, dear friends, in Jesus' name |Anonymous Friendship (Ananias Davisson) |- |Friendship (Ananias Davisson) | |Friendship to every willing mind | Friendship (Anonymous) |- |Friendship (Anonymous) | |Ye simple souls, that stray |Charles Wesley Friendship (Daniel Read) |- |Friendship (Daniel Read) | |How pleasant 'tis to see |Isaac Watts Friendship (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Friendship (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The reason why we love friendship |Anonymous Funeral (James P. Carrell) |- |Funeral (James P. Carrell) | |Rejoice for a brother deceased |Charles Wesley Funeral Anthem (William Billings) |- |Funeral Anthem (William Billings) | |I heard a great voice | Funeral Hymn (1800) (Oliver Holden) |- |Funeral Hymn (1800) (Oliver Holden) | |Up to Thy throne, almighty King |Anonymous Funeral Hymn (Jacob French) |- |Funeral Hymn (Jacob French) | |I in the burying place may see |Anonymous Funeral Hymn (Oliver Holden) |- |Funeral Hymn (Oliver Holden) | |Why do we mourn departing friends |Isaac Watts Funeral Hymn (Walter Janes) |- |Funeral Hymn (Walter Janes) | |Life is a span, a fleeting hour |Anne Steele Galatia (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Galatia (Hezekiah Moors) | |God is my everlasting aid |Isaac Watts Gallatin (Andrew Johnson) |- |Gallatin (Andrew Johnson) | |Alas! and did my Savior bleed |Isaac Watts Gardiner (Daniel Read) |- |Gardiner (Daniel Read) | |Come, let our voices join to raise |Isaac Watts Gardner (Daniel Belknap) |- |Gardner (Daniel Belknap) | |When I survey the wondrous cross |Isaac Watts Geneva (James P. Carrell) |- |Geneva (James P. Carrell) | |Come, my friends, and taste with me |Anonymous Genius (Stephen Jenks) |- |Genius (Stephen Jenks) | |Now be still, ye boisterous passions | Genoe (Ephraim Reed) |- |Genoe (Ephraim Reed) | |Sing, all ye nations, to the Lord |Isaac Watts Georgia (1770) (William Billings) |- |Georgia (1770) (William Billings) | |Now to the Lord, that makes us know |Isaac Watts Georgia (1779) (William Billings) |- |Georgia (1779) (William Billings) | |Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive |Isaac Watts Gethsemane (Abraham Wood) |- |Gethsemane (Abraham Wood) | |Great High Priest, we view thee stooping |Joseph Hart Gift (Oliver Holden) |- |Gift (Oliver Holden) | |Of all the gifts Thine hand bestows |William Cowper Glad Tidings (Stephen Jenks) |- |Glad Tidings (Stephen Jenks) | |Fear not, said he, for mighty dread |Nahum Tate Glasgow (Elkanah Dare) |- |Glasgow (Elkanah Dare) | |This life's a dream, an empty show |Isaac Watts Gloucester (Jacob Kimball) |- |Gloucester (Jacob Kimball) | |Give to the Lord immortal praise |Isaac Watts Gloucester (William Billings) |- |Gloucester (William Billings) | |Jesus, Thy name we praise |James Relly Golden Streets (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Golden Streets (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, we that love the Lord |Isaac Watts Golgotha (William Billings) |- |Golgotha (William Billings) | |Hark! From the tombs a doleful sound |Isaac Watts Goshen (Daniel Belknap) |- |Goshen (Daniel Belknap) | |He comes, the royal Conqueror comes |Philip Doddridge Goshen (Stephen Jenks) |- |Goshen (Stephen Jenks) | |O wash my soul from every sin |Isaac Watts Gospel Armor (Oliver Holden) |- |Gospel Armor (Oliver Holden) | |Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears |Isaac Watts Gospel Trumpet (James P. Carrell) |- |Gospel Trumpet (James P. Carrell) | |Hark, how the gospel trumpet sounds |Anonymous Gospel Voice (Oliver Holden) |- |Gospel Voice (Oliver Holden) | |Ye dying sons of men |James Boden Government (Timothy Swan) |- |Government (Timothy Swan) | |The Lord Jehovah reigns |Isaac Watts Granby (Alexander Gillet) |- |Granby (Alexander Gillet) | |Come, sound his praise abroad |Isaac Watts Granville (Ezra Goff) |- |Granville (Ezra Goff) | |Lord, what a feeble piece |Isaac Watts Grateful Notes (Martin Madan) |- |Grateful Notes (Martin Madan) | |Grateful notes and numbers bring |William Dodd Gratitude (Alexander Gillet) |- |Gratitude (Alexander Gillet) | |What shall I render to my God |Isaac Watts Gratitude (Daniel Read) |- |Gratitude (Daniel Read) | |Bless, O my soul, the living God |Isaac Watts Gratitude (Jacob French) |- |Gratitude (Jacob French) | |What shall I render to my God |Isaac Watts Gratitude (Samuel Babcock) |- |Gratitude (Samuel Babcock) | |What shall I render to my God |Isaac Watts Gratitude (William Billings) |- |Gratitude (William Billings) | |I love the Lord because He hath heard | Great-Plain (William Billings) |- |Great-Plain (William Billings) | |Ye slumb'ring saints, a heav'nly host |Isaac Watts Greenfield (Lewis Edson) |- |Greenfield (Lewis Edson) | |God is our refuge in distress |Tate and Brady Greensville (Reubin Monday) |- |Greensville (Reubin Monday) | |How tedious and tasteless the hours |John Newton Greenwich (Daniel Read) |- |Greenwich (Daniel Read) | |Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I |Isaac Watts Guildford (Oliver Brownson) |- |Guildford (Oliver Brownson) | |Far as thy name is known |Isaac Watts Guilford (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Guilford (Amos Pilsbury) | |Astonished and distressed |Benjamin Beddome Guilford (William Tansur) |- |Guilford (William Tansur) | |Have mercy on us, Lord, and grant to us Thy grace |John Hopkins Hadley (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Hadley (Amos Pilsbury) | |The chief concern of lost mankind |Joseph Hart Hadley (Joseph Stone) |- |Hadley (Joseph Stone) | |That awful day will surely come |Isaac Watts Halifax (William Billings) |- |Halifax (William Billings) | |Not to our names, Thou only just and true |Isaac Watts Hallelujah (Amos Bull) |- |Hallelujah (Amos Bull) | |Loud hallelujahs to the Lord |Isaac Watts Hallelujah (Anonymous) |- |Hallelujah (Anonymous) | |Come, thou fount of every blessing |Robert Robinson Hallelujah (William Walker) |- |Hallelujah (William Walker) | |And let this feeble body fail |Charles Wesley Hallelujah Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Hallelujah Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |That name to me sounds ever sweet |Anonymous Hallowell (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Hallowell (Barnabas McKyes) | |My Savior, my almighty friend |Isaac Watts Hamburg (Samuel Babcock) |- |Hamburg (Samuel Babcock) | |Rise, says the Prince of mercy, rise |Isaac Watts Hamburgh (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Hamburgh (Amos Pilsbury) | |My present help in trouble |Charles Wesley Hamilton (Daniel Read) |- |Hamilton (Daniel Read) | |Like fruitful showers of rain |Isaac Watts Hampshire (1779) (William Billings) |- |Hampshire (1779) (William Billings) | |Return, O God of love, return |Isaac Watts Hampton (Daniel Belknap) |- |Hampton (Daniel Belknap) | |Dearest of all the names above |Isaac Watts Hampton (Ebenezer Child) |- |Hampton (Ebenezer Child) | |Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall join |Isaac Watts Hampton (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Hampton (Samuel Holyoke) | |Thus saith the Ruler of the skies |Isaac Watts Hampton (Stephen Jenks) |- |Hampton (Stephen Jenks) | |The Lord my Shepherd is |Isaac Watts Hamshire (Daniel Read) |- |Hamshire (Daniel Read) | |He dies! The heavenly lover dies |Isaac Watts Hamton (William Billings) |- |Hamton (William Billings) | |Let mortal tongues attempt to sing |Isaac Watts Hancock (Daniel Belknap) |- |Hancock (Daniel Belknap) | |Hark from the skies! A dreadful sound |Anonymous Hanley (Abraham Wood) |- |Hanley (Abraham Wood) | |How long wilt thou conceal thy face |Isaac Watts Hanley Green (Oliver Holden) |- |Hanley Green (Oliver Holden) | |There is a land of pure delight |Isaac Watts Hanover (James P. Carrell) |- |Hanover (James P. Carrell) | |O tell me no more |John Gambold Happiness (Anonymous) |- |Happiness (Anonymous) | |O how happy are they Who their Savior obey |Charles Wesley Happy Choice (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Happy Choice (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O love divine, how sweet thou art |Charles Wesley Happy City (Daniel Read) |- |Happy City (Daniel Read) | |Happy the city, where their sons |Isaac Watts Happy Retribution (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Happy Retribution (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Brief life is here our portion |Bernard of Cluny Harlem (Jacob Kimball) |- |Harlem (Jacob Kimball) | |Ye nations round the world, rejoice |Isaac Watts Harmony (1807) (Elisha West) |- |Harmony (1807) (Elisha West) | |That awful day will surely come |Isaac Watts Harmony (Elisha West) |- |Harmony (Elisha West) | |Say, mighty love, and teach my song |Isaac Watts Harmony (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Harmony (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, brethren and sisters that love my dear Lord |Anonymous Harmony (Stephen Jenks) |- |Harmony (Stephen Jenks) | |How pleasant 'tis to see |Isaac Watts Harmony (William Walker) |- |Harmony (William Walker) | |Away, my doubts, begone, my fears |Susanna Harrison Harpeth (Alexander Johnson) |- |Harpeth (Alexander Johnson) | |How tedious and tasteless the hours |John Newton Hartfield (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Hartfield (Samuel Holyoke) | |Shall we go on to sin |Isaac Watts Hartford (Amos Bull) |- |Hartford (Amos Bull) | |Hail the day that saw Him rise |Charles Wesley Hartford (William Billings) |- |Hartford (William Billings) | |Glorious Jesus, Thy dear name to praise |James Relly Hartsfield (Solomon Howe) |- |Hartsfield (Solomon Howe) | |Jesus beheld the anxious throng |2 Harvest Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Harvest Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The fields are all white, the harvest is near |Anonymous Hatfield (Alexander Gillet) |- |Hatfield (Alexander Gillet) | |This is the day the Lord hath made |Isaac Watts Havanna (Oliver Holden) |- |Havanna (Oliver Holden) | |Praise to God, immortal praise |Anna Barbauld Haverhill (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Haverhill (Amos Pilsbury) | |Bear me to the sacred scene |Charles Wesley Haverhill (Elisha West) |- |Haverhill (Elisha West) | |Alas, the bitter clay |Isaac Watts Haverhill (William Billings) |- |Haverhill (William Billings) | |Through all the changing scenes of life |Tate and Brady Havre (Oliver Holden) |- |Havre (Oliver Holden) | |O bless the Lord, my soul |Isaac Watts Head of the Church (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Head of the Church (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Head of the church triumphant |Charles Wesley Heath (William Billings) |- |Heath (William Billings) | |Awake my soul, awake my eyes |Thomas Flatman Heavenly Armor (William Walker) |- |Heavenly Armor (William Walker) | |And if you meet with troubles |John Leland Heavenly Theme (Oliver Holden) |- |Heavenly Theme (Oliver Holden) | |Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme |Isaac Watts Hebron (William Billings) |- |Hebron (William Billings) | |My God, my life, my love |Isaac Watts Hermon (James P. Carrell) |- |Hermon (James P. Carrell) | |Awake, Jerusalem, awake |Charles Wesley Hicks' Farewell (William Walker) |- |Hicks' Farewell (William Walker) | |The time is swiftly rolling on |Berryman Hicks Hillsborough (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Hillsborough (Samuel Holyoke) | |Death, like an overflowing stream |Isaac Watts Hingham (William Billings) |- |Hingham (William Billings) | |Shall we go on to sin |Isaac Watts Hinsdale (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Hinsdale (Samuel Holyoke) | |Thou wilt reveal the paths of life |Isaac Watts Holborn (Aaron Williams) |- |Holborn (Aaron Williams) | |Soldiers of Christ, arise |Charles Wesley Holden (William Billings) |- |Holden (William Billings) | |I'll praise my maker with my breath |Isaac Watts Holland (Daniel Read) |- |Holland (Daniel Read) | |Say, mighty love, and teach my song |Isaac Watts Holland (Timothy Swan) |- |Holland (Timothy Swan) | |Uncertain life, how soon it flies |Anne Steele Hollis (Oliver Holden) |- |Hollis (Oliver Holden) | |My soul, come meditate the day |Isaac Watts Hollis Street (William Billings) |- |Hollis Street (William Billings) | |Let angels above and saints here below (1770) |Mather Byles
Charles Wesley Holliston (Daniel Belknap) |- |Holliston (Daniel Belknap) | |Your harps, ye trembling saints |Augustus Toplady Holliston (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Holliston (Hezekiah Moors) | |Hosanna to the Son |Isaac Watts Hollowall (Jacob French) |- |Hollowall (Jacob French) | |And can this mighty King |Isaac Watts Holon (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Holon (Hezekiah Moors) | |May we have grace and peace from God |John Willison Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty (Asahel Benham) |- |Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty (Asahel Benham) | |Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty | Honor to the Hills (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Honor to the Hills (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Through all this world below |Anonymous Hope (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Hope (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O glorious hope of perfect love |Charles Wesley Hope (Oliver Holden) |- |Hope (Oliver Holden) | |O, the delights, the heavenly joys |Isaac Watts Hopkinton (Daniel Belknap) |- |Hopkinton (Daniel Belknap) | |Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound |Isaac Watts Hopkinton (Oliver Holden) |- |Hopkinton (Oliver Holden) | |Now to Thy altar, O my God |Joel Barlow Horeb (Samuel Babcock) |- |Horeb (Samuel Babcock) | |Hearts of stone, relent, relent |Charles Wesley Hosanna (James P. Carrell) |- |Hosanna (James P. Carrell) | |Let every saint above |Isaac Watts Hosanna (Walter Janes) |- |Hosanna (Walter Janes) | |This is the glorious day |Isaac Watts Hull (William Billings) |- |Hull (William Billings) | |We celebrate the praise today |James Relly Human Frailty (Daniel Read) |- |Human Frailty (Daniel Read) | |Thee we adore, eternal name |Isaac Watts Humility (Alexander Gillet) |- |Humility (Alexander Gillet) | |My soul lies cleaving to the dust |Isaac Watts Humility (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Humility (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The man that views his guilt and sin |Anonymous Humility (Oliver Shaw) |- |Humility (Oliver Shaw) | |Beneath the stern, unyielding power | Humility (Samuel Babcock) |- |Humility (Samuel Babcock) | |God of my life, look gently down |Isaac Watts Hundred and Forty-Fifth Psalm (Oliver Holden) |- |Hundred and Forty-Fifth Psalm (Oliver Holden) | |My God, my King, Thy various praise |Isaac Watts Hundred and Nineteenth Psalm (Oliver Holden) |- |Hundred and Nineteenth Psalm (Oliver Holden) | |My soul lies cleaving to the dust |Isaac Watts I am the resurrection (Israel Holdroyd) |- |I am the resurrection (Israel Holdroyd) | |I am the resurrection and the life | Iceland (Oliver Holden) |- |Iceland (Oliver Holden) | |Winter has a joy for me |William Cowper Idumea (Ananias Davisson) |- |Idumea (Ananias Davisson) | |My God, my life, my love |Isaac Watts Idumea (Oliver Holden) |- |Idumea (Oliver Holden) | |What mighty man, or mighty God |Isaac Watts Idumea (William Hauser) |- |Idumea (William Hauser) | |O come, and dwell in me |Charles Wesley Illinois (Andrew Johnson) |- |Illinois (Andrew Johnson) | |O for a glance of heavenly day |Joseph Hart Imandra (Ananias Davisson) |- |Imandra (Ananias Davisson) | |I love thee, my Savior, I love thee, my Lord |Caleb J. Taylor Immanuel (Oliver Holden) |- |Immanuel (Oliver Holden) | |Hosanna to the Prince of light |Isaac Watts Immortality (Amos Bull) |- |Immortality (Amos Bull) | |I'll praise my maker with my breath |Isaac Watts In That Morning (William Walker) |- |In That Morning (William Walker) | |Jesus, my all to heaven is gone |Anonymous Incense (Oliver Holden) |- |Incense (Oliver Holden) | |Nature, with all her powers, shall sing |Isaac Watts Independence (William Billings) |- |Independence (William Billings) | |The states, O Lord, with songs of praise |William Billings Indian's Farewell (William Walker) |- |Indian's Farewell (William Walker) | |When shall we all meet again |Anonymous Infant Time (Oliver Holden) |- |Infant Time (Oliver Holden) | |God of eternity, from Thee |Philip Doddridge Infant-Savior (William Knapp) |- |Infant-Savior (William Knapp) | |O sight of anguish! View it near |Samson Occom Innocent Sounds (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Innocent Sounds (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Enlisted in the cause of sin |Charles Wesley Inspiration (Jacob French) |- |Inspiration (Jacob French) | |Twas by an order from the Lord |Isaac Watts Intercession (Samuel Babcock) |- |Intercession (Samuel Babcock) | |Pardon and grace and boundless love |Isaac Watts Interposition (Oliver Holden) |- |Interposition (Oliver Holden) | |It cost him cries and tears |Isaac Watts Interrogation (Ebenezer Child) |- |Interrogation (Ebenezer Child) | |Shall we go on to sin |Isaac Watts Invitation (Elisha West) |- |Invitation (Elisha West) | |Let every mortal ear attend |Isaac Watts Invitation (Jacob Kimball) |- |Invitation (Jacob Kimball) | |Come, my Beloved, haste away
Hark! the Redeemer from on high |Isaac Watts Invitation (James P. Carrell) |- |Invitation (James P. Carrell) | |Come ye sinners, poor and needy |Joseph Hart Invitation (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Invitation (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come ye sinners, poor and wretched |Joseph Hart Invitation (Oliver Brownson) |- |Invitation (Oliver Brownson) | |Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched |Joseph Hart Invitation (William Walker) |- |Invitation (William Walker) | |Come, ye sinners, poor and needy
Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched |Joseph Hart Invocation (William Billings) |- |Invocation (William Billings) | |Majestic God, our muse inspire | Invocation for Thanksgiving (Walter Janes) |- |Invocation for Thanksgiving (Walter Janes) | |Ye sons of men, with joy record |Philip Doddridge Italy (Jacob French) |- |Italy (Jacob French) | |Teach us, O Lord, how frail is man |Isaac Watts Jackson (William Moore) |- |Jackson (William Moore) | |The spacious firmament on high |Joseph Addison Jamaica (William Billings) |- |Jamaica (William Billings) | |Joy to the world! the Lord is come |Isaac Watts Jefferson (Alexander Johnson) |- |Jefferson (Alexander Johnson) | |Glorious things of thee are spoken |John Newton Jefferson (Eliakim Doolittle) |- |Jefferson (Eliakim Doolittle) | |I'll search the land, and raise the just |Isaac Watts Jehovah Reigns (Oliver Holden) |- |Jehovah Reigns (Oliver Holden) | |Jehovah reigns! Let every nation fear |Anna Barbauld Jerusalem (Jacob French) |- |Jerusalem (Jacob French) | |God's temple crowns the holy mount |Tate and Brady Jerusalem (James C. Lowry) |- |Jerusalem (James C. Lowry) | |Jerusalem, my happy home |Anonymous Jerusalem (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Jerusalem (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |From the third heaven, where God resides |Isaac Watts Jerusalem (William Billings) |- |Jerusalem (William Billings) | |All is hush, the battle's o'er |James Relly Jerusalem (William Walker) |- |Jerusalem (William Walker) | |Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone |John Cennick Jewin Street (James P. Carrell) |- |Jewin Street (James P. Carrell) | |Teach me some melodious sonnet |Robert Robinson Jordan (William Billings) |- |Jordan (William Billings) | |There is a land of pure delight |Isaac Watts Joy Was Our Song (Oliver Holden) |- |Joy Was Our Song (Oliver Holden) | |When God restored our captive state |Isaac Watts Joyful Tidings (Oliver Holden) |- |Joyful Tidings (Oliver Holden) | |When first the God of boundless might |Samuel Stennett Jubilate Deo (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Jubilate Deo (Israel Holdroyd) | |O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands | Jubilee (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Jubilee (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Jerusalem, my happy home |Anonymous Jubilee (Oliver Brownson) |- |Jubilee (Oliver Brownson) | |Blow ye the trumpet, blow |Charles Wesley Judea (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Judea (Amos Pilsbury) | |Rejoice, the Lord is King |Charles Wesley Judgment (Alexander Gillet) |- |Judgment (Alexander Gillet) | |That awful day will surely come |Isaac Watts Judgment (Daniel Read) |- |Judgment (Daniel Read) | |Behold, the Judge descends, his guards are nigh |Isaac Watts Judgment (Elisha West) |- |Judgment (Elisha West) | |No more shall atheists mock his long delay |Isaac Watts Judgment (James P. Carrell) |- |Judgment (James P. Carrell) | |Lo, he comes with clouds descending |Charles Wesley Judgment (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Judgment (Nehemiah Shumway) | |The Lord, the Judge, before His throne |Isaac Watts Judgment (Robert Boyd) |- |Judgment (Robert Boyd) | |My God, what inward grief I feel |Isaac Watts Judgment (Timothy Swan) |- |Judgment (Timothy Swan) | |The God of glory sends his summons forth |Isaac Watts Judgment Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Judgment Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The great tremendous day's approaching |Anonymous Justice (Ezra Goff) |- |Justice (Ezra Goff) | |He reigns! the Lord, the Savior reigns |Isaac Watts Justification (Merit Woodruff) |- |Justification (Merit Woodruff) | |I shall behold the face |Isaac Watts Kamalia (Oliver Holden) |- |Kamalia (Oliver Holden) | |Eternal wisdom has prepared |Isaac Watts Kedron (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Kedron (Amos Pilsbury) | |Thou man of griefs, remember me |Charles Wesley Kedron (Ananias Davisson) |- |Kedron (Ananias Davisson) | |Thou man of griefs, remember me |Charles Wesley Kedron (William Hauser) |- |Kedron (William Hauser) | |Thou man of griefs, remember me |Charles Wesley Keene (Daniel Belknap) |- |Keene (Daniel Belknap) | |Since I have placed my trust in God |Tate and Brady Kellyvale (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Kellyvale (Hezekiah Moors) | |In vain the sons of earth or hell |Isaac Watts Kingston (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Kingston (Amos Pilsbury) | |Agonizing in the garden |Joseph Hart Kingston (Daniel Belknap) |- |Kingston (Daniel Belknap) | |Along the banks where Babel's current flows |Joel Barlow Kingston (Daniel Read) |- |Kingston (Daniel Read) | |The law by Moses came |Isaac Watts Kingston (Jacob Kimball) |- |Kingston (Jacob Kimball) | |Infinte grief! amazing woe |Isaac Watts Kittery (William Billings) |- |Kittery (William Billings) | |Our Father who in heaven art | Knowledge of Jesus (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Knowledge of Jesus (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Vain, delusive world, adieu |Charles Wesley Knoxville (Abraham Maxim) |- |Knoxville (Abraham Maxim) | |O for a shout of sacred joy |Isaac Watts Knoxville (Reubin Monday) |- |Knoxville (Reubin Monday) | |Rejoice, my friends, the Lord is King |Anonymous Laindon (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Laindon (Samuel Holyoke) | |No songs of triumph now be sung |Anonymous Lamberton (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Lamberton (Nehemiah Shumway) | |The Lord my shepherd is |Isaac Watts Lamentation (Jacob French) |- |Lamentation (Jacob French) | |O, if my soul were formed for woe |Isaac Watts Lamentation (Oliver Holden) |- |Lamentation (Oliver Holden) | |Earth has detained me prisoner long |Isaac Watts Lamentation (Walter Janes) |- |Lamentation (Walter Janes) | |When we, our wearied limbs to rest |Tate and Brady Lamentation for Jerusalem (Jacob French) |- |Lamentation for Jerusalem (Jacob French) | |Why dost thou sit solitary | Lancaster (Abraham Wood) |- |Lancaster (Abraham Wood) | |Yet, gracious God |Isaac Watts Lancaster (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Lancaster (Nehemiah Shumway) | |The Lord, how fearful is His name |Isaac Watts Land of Pleasure (William Walker) |- |Land of Pleasure (William Walker) | |There is a land of pleasure |Anonymous Landsgrove (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Landsgrove (Hezekiah Moors) | |How did thy word my heart engage |Isaac Watts Langdon (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Langdon (Hezekiah Moors) | |When I with pleasing wonder stand |Isaac Watts Lansingburgh (Ebenezer Child) |- |Lansingburgh (Ebenezer Child) | |Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray |Isaac Watts Lark (Elisha West) |- |Lark (Elisha West) | |Hovering among the leaves there stands |Isaac Watts Leander (Alexander Johnson) |- |Leander (Alexander Johnson) | |My soul forsakes her vain delight |Isaac Watts Lebanon (James P. Carrell) |- |Lebanon (James P. Carrell) | |From all that's mortal, all that's vain |Samuel Medley Lebanon (William Billings) |- |Lebanon (William Billings) | |Death, with his warrant in his hand |William Billings Lebanon (William Moore) |- |Lebanon (William Moore) | |Drooping souls, no longer grieve |Anonymous Leghorn (Timothy Swan) |- |Leghorn (Timothy Swan) | |Deep in our hearts let us record |Isaac Watts Leicester (Jacob Kimball) |- |Leicester (Jacob Kimball) | |Not from the dust affliction grows |Isaac Watts Lena (Daniel Belknap) |- |Lena (Daniel Belknap) | |See the Lord of glory dying |Joseph Hart Lenox (Lewis Edson) |- |Lenox (Lewis Edson) | |Ye tribes of Adam, join |Isaac Watts Leominster (Daniel Belknap) |- |Leominster (Daniel Belknap) | |I'm not ashamed to own my Lord |Isaac Watts Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice (James Lyon) |- |Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice (James Lyon) | |Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice |Tate and Brady Leverett Street (Isaac Lane) |- |Leverett Street (Isaac Lane) | |When all Thy mercies, O my God |Joseph Addison Lewis-Town (William Billings) |- |Lewis-Town (William Billings) | |How vast must their advantage be |3 Lexington (Abraham Wood) |- |Lexington (Abraham Wood) | |Hold not thy peace, O Lord our God |Tate and Brady Lexington (Samuel Babcock) |- |Lexington (Samuel Babcock) | |Indulgent God! with pitying eye |Philip Doddridge Lexington (Solomon Howe) |- |Lexington (Solomon Howe) | |The Prince of Peace, whose gentle sway |Anonymous Lexington (William Billings) |- |Lexington (William Billings) | |My righteous judge, my gracious God |Isaac Watts Liberty (Stephen Jenks) |- |Liberty (Stephen Jenks) | |No more beneath the oppressive hand |Anonymous Liberty Hall (Lucius Chapin) |- |Liberty Hall (Lucius Chapin) | |Alas! And did my Savior bleed |Isaac Watts Lift up your heads, O ye gates (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Lift up your heads, O ye gates (Israel Holdroyd) | |Lift up your heads, O ye gates | Lily (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Lily (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Shall we go on to sin |Isaac Watts Lima (Samuel Babcock) |- |Lima (Samuel Babcock) | |To God the only wise |Isaac Watts Lincoln (Abraham Wood) |- |Lincoln (Abraham Wood) | |Join all the glorious names |Isaac Watts Lincoln (Oliver Holden) |- |Lincoln (Oliver Holden) | |Arise, my soul, my joyful powers |Isaac Watts Lisbon (Daniel Read) |- |Lisbon (Daniel Read) | |Welcome, sweet day of rest |Isaac Watts Lisbon (Timothy Swan) |- |Lisbon (Timothy Swan) | |My Savior and my King |Isaac Watts Litchfield (Oliver Brownson) |- |Litchfield (Oliver Brownson) | |Twas from thy hand, my God, I came |Isaac Watts Lodi (Oliver Holden) |- |Lodi (Oliver Holden) | |Happy the church, thou sacred place |Isaac Watts London (Timothy Swan) |- |London (Timothy Swan) | |Methinks I hear the heavens resound |Timothy Swan Lord's Day (Oliver Holden) |- |Lord's Day (Oliver Holden) | |This is the glorious day |Isaac Watts Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place (Samuel Babcock) |- |Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place (Samuel Babcock) | |Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place | Loudon (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Loudon (Samuel Holyoke) | |And can this mighty King |Isaac Watts Louisiana (Oliver Holden) |- |Louisiana (Oliver Holden) | |How full of anguish is the thought |Isaac Watts Louisiana (William Walker) |- |Louisiana (William Walker) | |Come, little children, now we may |Anonymous Love Divine (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Love Divine (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |To him who did salvation bring |Anonymous Love to Jesus (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Love to Jesus (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O when shall I see Jesus |John Leland Lovest Thou Me (1846) (William Walker) |- |Lovest Thou Me (1846) (William Walker) | |Hark, my soul! It is the Lord |William Cowper Lower Falls (Daniel Belknap) |- |Lower Falls (Daniel Belknap) | |Now let our mournful songs record |Isaac Watts Lubec (Samuel Babcock) |- |Lubec (Samuel Babcock) | |Let all our tongues be one |Isaac Watts Luneville (Oliver Holden) |- |Luneville (Oliver Holden) | |As pants the hart for cooling streams |Tate and Brady Lutestring (Timothy Swan) |- |Lutestring (Timothy Swan) | |O God, my heart is fully bent |Tate and Brady Lyme (Daniel Read) |- |Lyme (Daniel Read) | |Soon as I heard my Father say |Isaac Watts Lyme (Timothy Swan) |- |Lyme (Timothy Swan) | |Ye tribes of Adam, join |Isaac Watts Lynn (Daniel Belknap) |- |Lynn (Daniel Belknap) | |Loud to the Prince of heaven |Philip Doddridge Lynn (Oliver Holden) |- |Lynn (Oliver Holden) | |I'm not ashamed to own my Lord |Isaac Watts Lynn (William Billings) |- |Lynn (William Billings) | |Sweet is the memory of Thy grace |Isaac Watts Lynnfield (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Lynnfield (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |How vain are all things here below |Isaac Watts Lynnfield (Oliver Holden) |- |Lynnfield (Oliver Holden) | |My God, permit me not to be |Isaac Watts Macedonia (Oliver Holden) |- |Macedonia (Oliver Holden) | |Not from the dust afflictions grow |Isaac Watts Machias (Abraham Maxim) |- |Machias (Abraham Maxim) | |How pleasant 'tis to see |Isaac Watts Madison (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Madison (Amos Pilsbury) | |How long shall I repine |Tate and Brady Madison (Daniel Read) |- |Madison (Daniel Read) | |Great Shepherd of thine Israel |Isaac Watts Madrid (William Billings) |- |Madrid (William Billings) | |How charmingly sounds the word of the Lord |James Relly Magdala (Oliver Holden) |- |Magdala (Oliver Holden) | |I'll praise my Maker with my breath |Isaac Watts Magnificat (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Magnificat (Israel Holdroyd) | |My soul doth magnify the Lord | Maitland (Anonymous) |- |Maitland (Anonymous) | |Must Jesus bear the cross alone |George Allen Majesty (Stephen Jenks) |- |Majesty (Stephen Jenks) | |When God, our leader, shines in arms |Isaac Watts Majesty (Timothy Swan) |- |Majesty (Timothy Swan) | |He framed the globe, He built the sky |Isaac Watts Majesty (Walter Janes) |- |Majesty (Walter Janes) | |The Lord Jehovah reigns |Isaac Watts Make a joyful noise (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Make a joyful noise (Hezekiah Moors) | |Make a joyful noise unto the Lord | Malabar (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Malabar (Samuel Holyoke) | |O! the delights, the heavenly joys |Isaac Watts Malden (Daniel Belknap) |- |Malden (Daniel Belknap) | |Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts |Isaac Watts Malden (William Billings) |- |Malden (William Billings) | |To God, the great, the ever-blessed |Isaac Watts Manchester (William Billings) |- |Manchester (William Billings) | |Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice |Tate and Brady Mansfield (William Billings) |- |Mansfield (William Billings) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Mantua (Oliver Holden) |- |Mantua (Oliver Holden) | |A blooming paradise of joy |Isaac Watts Marblehead (Jacob Kimball) |- |Marblehead (Jacob Kimball) | |Indulgent God! with pitying eyes |Philip Doddridge Marlborough (Abraham Wood) |- |Marlborough (Abraham Wood) | |O for a shout of sacred joy |Isaac Watts Marshfield (William Billings) |- |Marshfield (William Billings) | |When we, our wearied limbs to rest | Mary's Tears (Oliver Shaw) |- |Mary's Tears (Oliver Shaw) | |Were not the sinful Mary's tears |Thomas Moore Maryland (William Billings) |- |Maryland (William Billings) | |And must this body die |Isaac Watts Massachusetts (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Massachusetts (Amos Pilsbury) | |Let differing nations join |Tate and Brady Massachusetts (Jacob French) |- |Massachusetts (Jacob French) | |Had not the Lord, may Israel say |Isaac Watts Massachusetts (William Billings) |- |Massachusetts (William Billings) | |Great is the Lord God, the thunder's His voice |Perez Morton Mecklenburg (James C. Lowry) |- |Mecklenburg (James C. Lowry) | |Bright scenes of glory strike my sense |Anonymous Medfield (William Billings) |- |Medfield (William Billings) | |When I my various blessings see |Samuel Byles Medford (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Medford (Hezekiah Moors) | |Sing to the Lord aloud |Isaac Watts Medford (Samuel Babcock) |- |Medford (Samuel Babcock) | |Hosanna to the King |Isaac Watts Medford (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Medford (Samuel Holyoke) | |My sorrows, like a flood |Isaac Watts Medford (William Billings) |- |Medford (William Billings) | |At Thy command, our dearest Lord |Isaac Watts Medina (Oliver Holden) |- |Medina (Oliver Holden) | |My God, my life, my love |Isaac Watts Meditation (Elisha West) |- |Meditation (Elisha West) | |Come then, O my soul, meditate on that day |Anonymous Meditation (Stephen Jenks) |- |Meditation (Stephen Jenks) | |In all my vast concerns with thee |Isaac Watts Medway (William Billings) |- |Medway (William Billings) | |Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name |Isaac Watts Meeting Street (Oliver Shaw) |- |Meeting Street (Oliver Shaw) | |What various hindrances we meet |William Cowper Melodious Sonnet (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Melodious Sonnet (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, thou fount of every blessing |Robert Robinson Mendom (William Billings) |- |Mendom (William Billings) | |My Redeemer, let me be |James Relly Mendon (Daniel Belknap) |- |Mendon (Daniel Belknap) | |Thee we adore, eternal name |Isaac Watts Menotomy (Samuel Babcock) |- |Menotomy (Samuel Babcock) | |To Jesus, our exalted Lord |Anne Steele Mentz (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Mentz (Samuel Holyoke) | |Thy pardoning love, so free, so sweet |Anne Steele Mercy Seat (Oliver Holden) |- |Mercy Seat (Oliver Holden) | |Jesus, where-e'er Thy people meet |William Cowper Merrifield (Jacob French) |- |Merrifield (Jacob French) | |No sleep nor slumber to his eyes |Isaac Watts Messiah (1813) (Anonymous) |- |Messiah (1813) (Anonymous) | |The Son of man they did betray |John Granade Messiah (Alexander Gillet) |- |Messiah (Alexander Gillet) | |Go, worship at Immanuel's feet |Isaac Watts Messiah (Jacob French) |- |Messiah (Jacob French) | |Sun, moon and stars convey thy praise |Isaac Watts Messiah (James P. Carrell) |- |Messiah (James P. Carrell) | |He comes! he comes! to judge the world |Samuel Stennett Messiah (Oliver Holden) |- |Messiah (Oliver Holden) | |Ye nymphs of Solima |Alexander Pope Methuen (Abraham Wood) |- |Methuen (Abraham Wood) | |The moment a sinner believes |Joseph Hart Miami (Oliver Holden) |- |Miami (Oliver Holden) | |Great Father of mankind |Philip Doddridge Middlesex (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Middlesex (Amos Pilsbury) | |Lord, my light and my salvation |Anonymous Middlesex (Jacob French) |- |Middlesex (Jacob French) | |Death! 'Tis a melancholy day |Isaac Watts Middlesex (Oliver Holden) |- |Middlesex (Oliver Holden) | |The Lord of glory reigns, he reigns on high |Isaac Watts Middleton (Jacob Kimball) |- |Middleton (Jacob Kimball) | |When overwhelmed with grief |Isaac Watts Middletown (Amos Bull) |- |Middletown (Amos Bull) | |Hail the day that saw him rise |Charles Wesley Middletown (William Billings) |- |Middletown (William Billings) | |Let sinners take their course |Isaac Watts Midsummer (William Walker) |- |Midsummer (William Walker) | |How tedious and tasteless the hours |John Newton Mifflin (Daniel Read) |- |Mifflin (Daniel Read) | |Life, like a vain amusement, flies |Isaac Watts Milbury (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Milbury (Samuel Holyoke) | |Have mercy, Lord, on me |Tate and Brady Milinda (Robert Boyd) |- |Milinda (Robert Boyd) | |In vain the wealthy mortals toil |Isaac Watts Millennium (Alexander Gillet) |- |Millennium (Alexander Gillet) | |Let all the earth their voices raise |Isaac Watts Millennium (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Millennium (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |That glorious day is drawing near |Anonymous Millennium (William Walker) |- |Millennium (William Walker) | |The time is soon coming by the prophets foretold |Anonymous Millville (Elkanah Dare) |- |Millville (Elkanah Dare) | |We praise thee, Lord, who heard our cries |Joel Barlow Milton (Daniel Belknap) |- |Milton (Daniel Belknap) | |Our moments fly apace |Isaac Watts Milton (Elisha West) |- |Milton (Elisha West) | |The shining worlds above |Isaac Watts Milton (Samuel Babcock) |- |Milton (Samuel Babcock) | |My flesh shall slumber in the ground |Isaac Watts Milton (Timothy Olmsted) |- |Milton (Timothy Olmsted) | |With earnest longings of the mind |Isaac Watts Minden (Jacob French) |- |Minden (Jacob French) | |Ye sons of Adam, vain and young |Isaac Watts Minorca (Samuel Babcock) |- |Minorca (Samuel Babcock) | |Almighty King of heaven above |Anonymous Moment's Thought (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Moment's Thought (Amos Pilsbury) | |Jesus, my truth, my way |Charles Wesley Monmouth (Jacob French) |- |Monmouth (Jacob French) | |Why do we mourn departing friends |Isaac Watts Monson (Daniel Belknap) |- |Monson (Daniel Belknap) | |Thus saith the high and lofty one |Isaac Watts Montague (Timothy Swan) |- |Montague (Timothy Swan) | |Ye sons of men with joy record |Philip Doddridge Montgomery (Justin Morgan) |- |Montgomery (Justin Morgan) | |Early, my God, without delay |Isaac Watts Monticello (Daniel Read) |- |Monticello (Daniel Read) | |The world's foundations by His hand |Isaac Watts Montreal (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Montreal (Hezekiah Moors) | |Ye that delight to serve the Lord |Isaac Watts Montville (Merit Woodruff) |- |Montville (Merit Woodruff) | |O, the sharp pangs of smarting pain |Isaac Watts Moravia (William Billings) |- |Moravia (William Billings) | |O love! What a secret to mortals thou art |James Relly Moreen (Timothy Swan) |- |Moreen (Timothy Swan) | |Oft I am told the muse will prove |Isaac Watts Moriah (William Billings) |- |Moriah (William Billings) | |All over lovely is my Lord and God |James Relly Morning (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Morning (Amos Pilsbury) | |He dies! the friend of sinners dies |Isaac Watts Morning (Daniel Read) |- |Morning (Daniel Read) | |Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear |Isaac Watts Morning (Oliver Holden) |- |Morning (Oliver Holden) | |Once more, my soul, the rising day |Isaac Watts Morning Hymn (Elisha West) |- |Morning Hymn (Elisha West) | |With reverence let the saints appear |Isaac Watts Morning Hymn (Samuel Babcock) |- |Morning Hymn (Samuel Babcock) | |Once more, my soul, the rising day |Isaac Watts Morning Song (Jacob French) |- |Morning Song (Jacob French) | |God of the morning, at whose voice |Isaac Watts Morning Star (Alexander Gillet) |- |Morning Star (Alexander Gillet) | |Ye worlds of light, that roll so near |Benjamin Beddome Morning Star (James C. Lowry) |- |Morning Star (James C. Lowry) | |How splendid shines the morning star |Philipp Nicolai Morning Star (James P. Carrell) |- |Morning Star (James P. Carrell) | |Ye worlds of light, that roll so near |Benjamin Beddome Morpheus (Elisha West) |- |Morpheus (Elisha West) | |Death, with his warrant in his hand |William Billings Morpheus (William Billings) |- |Morpheus (William Billings) | |Awake my soul, awake mine eyes |Thomas Flatman Morris (Daniel Read) |- |Morris (Daniel Read) | |God, my supporter and my hope |Isaac Watts Mortality (Daniel Belknap) |- |Mortality (Daniel Belknap) | |It is the Lord, our Maker's hand |Isaac Watts Mortality (Daniel Read) |- |Mortality (Daniel Read) | |Death, like an overflowing stream |Isaac Watts Mortality (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Mortality (Hezekiah Moors) | |Life is a span, a fleeting hour |Anne Steele Mount Calvary (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Mount Calvary (Amos Pilsbury) | |Behold, behold the bleeding God |Anonymous Mount Calvary (Ananias Davisson) |- |Mount Calvary (Ananias Davisson) | |The Son of Man they did betray |John Granade Mount Calvary (Stephen Jenks) |- |Mount Calvary (Stephen Jenks) | |Hearts of stone, relent, relent |Charles Wesley Mount Carmel (Oliver Holden) |- |Mount Carmel (Oliver Holden) | |I am the Savior, the Almighty God |Isaac Watts Mount Hope (Elkanah Dare) |- |Mount Hope (Elkanah Dare) | |Hark! hark, a Savior's voice |Thomas Odiorne Mount Moriah (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Mount Moriah (Amos Pilsbury) | |Behold the Lamb of God |Anonymous Mount Olivet (Stephen Jenks) |- |Mount Olivet (Stephen Jenks) | |O come let us join |Anonymous Mount Tabor (Oliver Holden) |- |Mount Tabor (Oliver Holden) | |As Jesus stood on Tabor's mound |George Richards Mount Vernon (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Mount Vernon (Hezekiah Moors) | |Come saints, adore Jehovah's name |Anonymous Mount Vernon (Jacob French) |- |Mount Vernon (Jacob French) | |What if the saint must die |John Peck Mount Zion (John Cole) |- |Mount Zion (John Cole) | |God's temple crowns the holy mount | Mountain (Oliver Holden) |- |Mountain (Oliver Holden) | |When some kind shepherd from his fold |John Needham Mourner (James P. Carrell) |- |Mourner (James P. Carrell) | |Still out of the deepest abyss |Charles Wesley Mournful Song (Elisha West) |- |Mournful Song (Elisha West) | |Twas on that dark and doleful night |Isaac Watts Musical Captive (Abraham Wood) |- |Musical Captive (Abraham Wood) | |Music, descending on a silent cloud |Isaac Watts Mutual Love (William Walker) |- |Mutual Love (William Walker) | |O when shall I see Jesus |John Leland My Dove (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |My Dove (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Arise my dear love |Anonymous Mysterious Grace (Oliver Holden) |- |Mysterious Grace (Oliver Holden) | |With pleasing grief and mournful joy |John Newton Nantucket (William Billings) |- |Nantucket (William Billings) | |How beauteous are their feet |Isaac Watts Naples (Daniel Read) |- |Naples (Daniel Read) | |Shall the vile race of flesh and blood |Isaac Watts Nativity (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Nativity (Hezekiah Moors) | |Glory to God on high |Isaac Watts Nativity (Samuel Babcock) |- |Nativity (Samuel Babcock) | |Thus Gabriel sang, and straight around |Isaac Watts Nazareth (Solomon Howe) |- |Nazareth (Solomon Howe) | |Hark! Jesus prays, the charming sound |Isaac Watts Nazareth (William Billings) |- |Nazareth (William Billings) | |My God, how many are my fears |Isaac Watts Needham (Samuel Babcock) |- |Needham (Samuel Babcock) | |O tell me no more of this world's vain store |John Gambold Neglected Harp (Oliver Holden) |- |Neglected Harp (Oliver Holden) | |Take down thy long neglected harp |John Newton New Boston (William Billings) |- |New Boston (William Billings) | |Ye boundless realms of joy |Tate and Brady New Canaan (Oliver Holden) |- |New Canaan (Oliver Holden) | |The Lord Jehovah reigns |Isaac Watts New Concord (Oliver Holden) |- |New Concord (Oliver Holden) | |Dearest of all the names above |Isaac Watts New Dedham (Stephen Jenks) |- |New Dedham (Stephen Jenks) | |Since God is all my trust |Tate and Brady New England (Alexander Gillet) |- |New England (Alexander Gillet) | |My thoughts on aweful subjects roll |Isaac Watts New Greenfield (Stephen Jenks) |- |New Greenfield (Stephen Jenks) | |Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound |Isaac Watts New Hartford (Stephen Jenks) |- |New Hartford (Stephen Jenks) | |From all that dwell below the skies |Isaac Watts New Haven (Stephen Jenks) |- |New Haven (Stephen Jenks) | |How pleased and blest was I |Isaac Watts New Hope (Ananias Davisson) |- |New Hope (Ananias Davisson) | |Come, ye that love the Lord |Isaac Watts New Jerusalem (Alexander Johnson) |- |New Jerusalem (Alexander Johnson) | |My gracious redeemer I'll love |Benjamin Francis New Jerusalem (James P. Carrell) |- |New Jerusalem (James P. Carrell) | |This life's a dream, an empty show |Isaac Watts New Jordan (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |New Jordan (Nehemiah Shumway) | |On Jordan's stormy banks I stand |Samuel Stennett New Monmouth (Lucius Chapin) |- |New Monmouth (Lucius Chapin) | |Come thou fount of every blessing |Robert Robinson New North (William Billings) |- |New North (William Billings) | |O praise the Lord with one consent |Tate and Brady New Orleans (Robert Boyd) |- |New Orleans (Robert Boyd) | |Why do we mourn departing friends |Isaac Watts New Salem (Oliver Holden) |- |New Salem (Oliver Holden) | |Now shall my inward joys arise |Isaac Watts New South (William Billings) |- |New South (William Billings) | |To bless Thy chosen race |Tate and Brady New Stratford (Alexander Gillet) |- |New Stratford (Alexander Gillet) | |Out of the deeps of long distress |Isaac Watts New Suffield (Stephen Jenks) |- |New Suffield (Stephen Jenks) | |My sorrows, like a flood |Isaac Watts New-England (Daniel Read) |- |New-England (Daniel Read) | |Let tyrants shake their iron rod |William Billings New-Hingham (William Billings) |- |New-Hingham (William Billings) | |Death, O the awful sound |William Billings New-Jersey (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |New-Jersey (Nehemiah Shumway) | |Erect your heads, eternal gates |Tate and Brady New-Jerusalem (Oliver Holden) |- |New-Jerusalem (Oliver Holden) | |Hark! the herald angels sing |Charles Wesley New-Union (Oliver Holden) |- |New-Union (Oliver Holden) | |Attend, ye saints, and hear me tell |Anonymous Newark (Daniel Read) |- |Newark (Daniel Read) | |Now begin the heavenly theme |Anonymous Newburyport (Stephen Jenks) |- |Newburyport (Stephen Jenks) | |In every land begin the song |John Wesley Newington (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Newington (Samuel Holyoke) | |Let God the Father live |Isaac Watts Newington (Stephen Jenks) |- |Newington (Stephen Jenks) | |The God of glory sends his summons forth |Isaac Watts Newmark (Daniel Belknap) |- |Newmark (Daniel Belknap) | |Throned on a cloud our God shall come |Isaac Watts Newport (Daniel Belknap) |- |Newport (Daniel Belknap) | |Life is a span, a fleeting hour |Anne Steele Newport (Daniel Read) |- |Newport (Daniel Read) | |I send the joys of earth away |Isaac Watts Newport (Oliver Brownson) |- |Newport (Oliver Brownson) | |O God, to whom revenge belongs |Isaac Watts Newport (William Billings) |- |Newport (William Billings) | |Awake, our souls; away, our fears |Isaac Watts Newton (Samuel Babcock) |- |Newton (Samuel Babcock) | |My Savior God, no voice but thine |Philip Doddridge Night Thought (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Night Thought (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |How can I sleep, when angels sing |Anonymous Ninety-Fifth (Lucius Chapin) |- |Ninety-Fifth (Lucius Chapin) | |When I can read my title clear |Isaac Watts Ninety-Third (Lucius Chapin) |- |Ninety-Third (Lucius Chapin) | |Grace! 'tis a charming sound |Philip Doddridge Nixington (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Nixington (Nehemiah Shumway) | |Day of judgment, day of wonders |John Newton No. 45 (William Billings) |- |No. 45 (William Billings) | |To him who chose us first |Isaac Watts Norfolk (Alexander Gillet) |- |Norfolk (Alexander Gillet) | |What a mournful life is mine |John Newton Norfolk (Oliver Brownson) |- |Norfolk (Oliver Brownson) | |Alas, the brittle clay |Isaac Watts Norfolk (Samuel Babcock) |- |Norfolk (Samuel Babcock) | |Now for a tune of lofty praise |Isaac Watts Norfolk (William Billings) |- |Norfolk (William Billings) | |Let the old heathen tune their song |Isaac Watts North Bolton (Jacob French) |- |North Bolton (Jacob French) | |When God revealed his gracious name |Isaac Watts North Kingston (Samuel Babcock) |- |North Kingston (Samuel Babcock) | |Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name |Isaac Watts North Providence (William Billings) |- |North Providence (William Billings) | |Come, let us join our cheerful songs |Isaac Watts North Salem (Stephen Jenks) |- |North Salem (Stephen Jenks) | |My soul, come meditate the day |Isaac Watts Northampton (Jacob French) |- |Northampton (Jacob French) | |Rejoice, ye shining worlds on high |Isaac Watts Northborough (Daniel Belknap) |- |Northborough (Daniel Belknap) | |Why do we mourn departing friends |Isaac Watts Northborough (William Billings) |- |Northborough (William Billings) | |Behold the splendor, hear the shout |Anonymous Northfield (Bartholomew Brown) |- |Northfield (Bartholomew Brown) | |Life is a span, a fleeting hour |Anne Steele Norton (Daniel Read) |- |Norton (Daniel Read) | |Mine eyes and my desire |Isaac Watts Norwalk (Daniel Read) |- |Norwalk (Daniel Read) | |O all ye nations, praise the Lord |Isaac Watts Norwalk (Stephen Jenks) |- |Norwalk (Stephen Jenks) | |O God to whom revenge belongs |Tate and Brady Norway (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Norway (Hezekiah Moors) | |The day is past and gone |John Leland Norway (Oliver Shaw) |- |Norway (Oliver Shaw) | |Our sorrows and our tears we pour |Isaac Watts Norway (Simeon Jocelin) |- |Norway (Simeon Jocelin) | |Death, like an overflowing stream |Isaac Watts Norwich (Oliver Brownson) |- |Norwich (Oliver Brownson) | |My sorrows, like a flood |Isaac Watts Number Four (Daniel Belknap) |- |Number Four (Daniel Belknap) | |Mankind must all return to dust |Anonymous O come let us sing unto the Lord (Samuel Babcock) |- |O come let us sing unto the Lord (Samuel Babcock) | |O come let us sing unto the Lord | O praise the Lord, O my soul (Daniel Read) |- |O praise the Lord, O my soul (Daniel Read) | |O praise the Lord, O my soul | O the depth of the riches (Hezekiah Moors) |- |O the depth of the riches (Hezekiah Moors) | |O the depth of the riches | Oakhampton (Jacob French) |- |Oakhampton (Jacob French) | |God in the great assembly stands |Tate and Brady Obedience (Oliver Holden) |- |Obedience (Oliver Holden) | |Come, all ye lovers of the Lamb |Anonymous Ode on the Dissolution of Time (M. Belknap) |- |Ode on the Dissolution of Time (M. Belknap) | |Gabriel, the herald of the skies |Anonymous Ode to Harmony (Oliver Holden) |- |Ode to Harmony (Oliver Holden) | |Hail, hail music |David Garrick Ode to Music (Oliver Holden) |- |Ode to Music (Oliver Holden) | |Tis thine, sweet power |Alexander Pope Ohio (Elisha West) |- |Ohio (Elisha West) | |My feet shall never slide |Isaac Watts Ohio (Jacob French) |- |Ohio (Jacob French) | |Some trust in horses trained for war |Isaac Watts Ohio (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Ohio (Samuel Holyoke) | |I'll praise my Maker with my breath |Isaac Watts Ohio (Stephen Jenks) |- |Ohio (Stephen Jenks) | |Revive our drooping faith |Joseph Hart Olney (Alexander Johnson) |- |Olney (Alexander Johnson) | |Come, thou fount of every blessing |Robert Robinson Olney (Oliver Holden) |- |Olney (Oliver Holden) | |Dear fountain of delight unknown |William Cowper Omega (Oliver Holden) |- |Omega (Oliver Holden) | |My Savior, my almighty friend |Isaac Watts Omicron (Samuel Babcock) |- |Omicron (Samuel Babcock) | |Let us love, and sing, and wonder |John Newton Ontario (Oliver Brownson) |- |Ontario (Oliver Brownson) | |Ye that delight to serve the Lord |Isaac Watts Opening Heavens (Oliver Holden) |- |Opening Heavens (Oliver Holden) | |The opening heavens around me shine |Isaac Watts Oracle (Oliver Holden) |- |Oracle (Oliver Holden) | |Father of mercies! In Thy word |Anne Steele Orange (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Orange (Hezekiah Moors) | |Remember, Lord, our mortal state |Isaac Watts Orange (Stephen Jenks) |- |Orange (Stephen Jenks) | |Early, my God, without delay |Isaac Watts Orange (Timothy Swan) |- |Orange (Timothy Swan) | |Ye birds of lofty wing |Isaac Watts Orangeburgh (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Orangeburgh (Amos Pilsbury) | |My God! my God! why leavest thou me |Francis Hopkinson Ordination Hymn (Oliver Holden) |- |Ordination Hymn (Oliver Holden) | |O what a happy, happy day |Anonymous Orland (Daniel Belknap) |- |Orland (Daniel Belknap) | |Shall the vile race of flesh and blood |Isaac Watts Orringford (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Orringford (Samuel Holyoke) | |Alas, how fast our moments fly |Philip Doddridge Ouse (Daniel Belknap) |- |Ouse (Daniel Belknap) | |Let all the earth-born race |Isaac Watts Oxford (William Billings) |- |Oxford (William Billings) | |O happy nation, where the Lord |Isaac Watts Palermo (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Palermo (Samuel Holyoke) | |O all ye nations, praise the Lord |Isaac Watts Palmer (Samuel Babcock) |- |Palmer (Samuel Babcock) | |I'll lift my hands, I'll raise my voice |Isaac Watts Paradise (Ezra Goff) |- |Paradise (Ezra Goff) | |And can this mighty King |Isaac Watts Paradise (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Paradise (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, Lord, and help me to rejoice |Charles Wesley Paradise (John Cole) |- |Paradise (John Cole) | |My thoughts surmount these lower skies |Isaac Watts Paradise (Oliver Holden) |- |Paradise (Oliver Holden) | |Now to the shining realms above |Isaac Watts Pardoning Grace (Alexander Gillet) |- |Pardoning Grace (Alexander Gillet) | |From deep distress and troubled thoughts |Isaac Watts Pardoning Love (William Walker) |- |Pardoning Love (William Walker) | |In evil long I took delight |John Newton Paria (William Billings) |- |Paria (William Billings) | |Ye boundless realms of joy |Tate and Brady Paris (William Billings) |- |Paris (William Billings) | |Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise |Isaac Watts Parma (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Parma (Samuel Holyoke) | |Behold the glories of the Lamb |Isaac Watts Parting Hand (William Walker) |- |Parting Hand (William Walker) | |My Christian friends in bonds of love |Anonymous Passover (James P. Carrell) |- |Passover (James P. Carrell) | |Twas on that dark, that doleful night |Isaac Watts Patmos (Timothy Swan) |- |Patmos (Timothy Swan) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Pawtuxet (Jacob French) |- |Pawtuxet (Jacob French) | |Our days, alas! our mortal days |Isaac Watts Peckersfield (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Peckersfield (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands |Isaac Watts Pembrook (Daniel Read) |- |Pembrook (Daniel Read) | |Arise, arise, my gracious God |Isaac Watts Penbury (Aaron Williams) |- |Penbury (Aaron Williams) | |Salvation! O the joyful sound |Isaac Watts Penetration (Oliver Holden) |- |Penetration (Oliver Holden) | |Father divine, before Thy view |John Taylor Pennsylvania (Jacob Kimball) |- |Pennsylvania (Jacob Kimball) | |Rejoice, ye shining worlds on high |Isaac Watts Pennsylvania (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Pennsylvania (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The God of glory sends his summons forth |Isaac Watts Pennsylvania (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Pennsylvania (Nehemiah Shumway) | |When shall Thy lovely face be seen? |Isaac Watts Penobscot (Daniel Belknap) |- |Penobscot (Daniel Belknap) | |Teach me the measure of my days |Isaac Watts Pepperell (Abraham Wood) |- |Pepperell (Abraham Wood) | |As pants the hart for cooling streams |Tate and Brady Persepolis (Jacob French) |- |Persepolis (Jacob French) | |O come, loud anthems let us sing |Tate and Brady Persia (Jacob French) |- |Persia (Jacob French) | |How pleasant 'tis to see |Isaac Watts Persia (Oliver Holden) |- |Persia (Oliver Holden) | |Now to the Lord, who makes us know |Isaac Watts Petersburgh (William Billings) |- |Petersburgh (William Billings) | |Thus saith the high and lofty one |Isaac Watts Petition (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Petition (Amos Pilsbury) | |Why not now, my God, my God |Charles Wesley Phalia (Merit Woodruff) |- |Phalia (Merit Woodruff) | |In pleasure's flowery path to stray |Anonymous Phenomena (Oliver Holden) |- |Phenomena (Oliver Holden) | |See the noon-day clothed in darkness |Anonymous Philadelphia (Francis Hopkinson) |- |Philadelphia (Francis Hopkinson) | |Our God, our help in ages past |Isaac Watts Philadelphia (William Billings) |- |Philadelphia (William Billings) | |Let differing nations join |Tate and Brady Philadelphia New (Jacob French) |- |Philadelphia New (Jacob French) | |Let every creature join |Isaac Watts Philanthropy (William Billings) |- |Philanthropy (William Billings) | |Jesus, the Savior from above |James Relly Philippi (Oliver Holden) |- |Philippi (Oliver Holden) | |Out of the deeps of long distress |Isaac Watts Phoebus (William Billings) |- |Phoebus (William Billings) | |Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear |Isaac Watts Piedmont (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Piedmont (Samuel Holyoke) | |Now let our lips with holy fear |Isaac Watts Pilgrim (James P. Carrell) |- |Pilgrim (James P. Carrell) | |How happy every child of grace |Charles Wesley Pilgrim's Rest (Elijah Griswold) |- |Pilgrim's Rest (Elijah Griswold) | |Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings |Robert Seagrave Pilgrim's Song (Oliver Holden) |- |Pilgrim's Song (Oliver Holden) | |Now let our voices join |Philip Doddridge Pinckney Street (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Pinckney Street (Amos Pilsbury) | |Who hath our report believed |Anonymous Pine-Hill (Daniel Belknap) |- |Pine-Hill (Daniel Belknap) | |In the full choir a broken string |Isaac Watts Pisgah (James C. Lowry) |- |Pisgah (James C. Lowry) | |When I can read my title clear |Isaac Watts Pitt (William Billings) |- |Pitt (William Billings) | |Behold what wondrous grace |Isaac Watts Pittsford (Daniel Belknap) |- |Pittsford (Daniel Belknap) | |God! the eternal, awful name |Isaac Watts Pittsford (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Pittsford (Hezekiah Moors) | |In humble notes our faith adores |Isaac Watts Pittsgrove (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Pittsgrove (Nehemiah Shumway) | |Bless, O Lord, the opening year |John Newton Pittston (Supply Belcher) |- |Pittston (Supply Belcher) | |Now may my head be lifted high |Isaac Watts Placentia (Samuel Babcock) |- |Placentia (Samuel Babcock) | |How tedious and tasteless the hours |John Newton Plainfield (Alexander Gillet) |- |Plainfield (Alexander Gillet) | |Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive |Isaac Watts Plainfield (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Plainfield (Hezekiah Moors) | |Life, like a vain amusement, flies |Isaac Watts Pleading Savior (William Walker) |- |Pleading Savior (William Walker) | |Now the Savior stands a pleading |John Leland Pleasant Street (William Billings) |- |Pleasant Street (William Billings) | |No more, my God, I boast no more |Isaac Watts Pleasant Valley (Stephen Jenks) |- |Pleasant Valley (Stephen Jenks) | |Lord of the worlds above |Isaac Watts Pleasure (Stephen Jenks) |- |Pleasure (Stephen Jenks) | |Descend from heaven, immortal Dove |Isaac Watts Poland (Abraham Maxim) |- |Poland (Abraham Maxim) | |Shall we go on to sin |Isaac Watts Poland (Timothy Swan) |- |Poland (Timothy Swan) | |God of my life, look gently down |Isaac Watts Pomfret (Merit Woodruff) |- |Pomfret (Merit Woodruff) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Pomfret (Samuel Babcock) |- |Pomfret (Samuel Babcock) | |Let everlasting glories crown |Isaac Watts Pomfret (William Billings) |- |Pomfret (William Billings) | |How good and pleasant must it be |Tate and Brady Portland (Abraham Wood) |- |Portland (Abraham Wood) | |Jesus, Lord of life and peace |Joseph Hart Portland (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Portland (Amos Pilsbury) | |When we, our wearied limbs to rest |Tate and Brady Portland (Timothy Swan) |- |Portland (Timothy Swan) | |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Isaac Watts Potomac (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Potomac (Amos Pilsbury) | |Jehovah reigns, let all |Francis Hopkinson Poundridge (Stephen Jenks) |- |Poundridge (Stephen Jenks) | |To our Almighty Maker, God |Isaac Watts Pownal (Timothy Swan) |- |Pownal (Timothy Swan) | |Sure there's a righteous God |Isaac Watts Praise To God (Oliver Holden) |- |Praise To God (Oliver Holden) | |Praise to God, the great Creator |John Taylor Praise to the Redeemer (Walter Janes) |- |Praise to the Redeemer (Walter Janes) | |Mighty God, while angels bless thee |Robert Robinson Precept (Elisha West) |- |Precept (Elisha West) | |The watchmen join their voice |Isaac Watts Precept (Walter Janes) |- |Precept (Walter Janes) | |Now in the heat of youthful blood |Isaac Watts Preparation (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Preparation (Barnabas McKyes) | |Awake, arise, behold thou hast |Anonymous Preparation (Jacob French) |- |Preparation (Jacob French) | |Be merciful, O God, to me |Charles Wesley President Street (Oliver Shaw) |- |President Street (Oliver Shaw) | |Jesus, I love thy charming name |Philip Doddridge Princetown (William Billings) |- |Princetown (William Billings) | |Lord, hear the voice of my complaint |Tate and Brady Proclamation (Jacob French) |- |Proclamation (Jacob French) | |He reigns! the Lord, the Savior reigns |Isaac Watts Prodigal (Elisha West) |- |Prodigal (Elisha West) | |A day of feasting I ordain |Isaac Watts Promise (Oliver Holden) |- |Promise (Oliver Holden) | |Lo, I am with you, saith the Lord |Philip Doddridge Protection (James P. Carrell) |- |Protection (James P. Carrell) | |Tis Jesus protects me, my fears now remove |Anonymous Protection (Joseph Funk) |- |Protection (Joseph Funk) | |How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord |Robert Keen Protection (Oliver Holden) |- |Protection (Oliver Holden) | |My God, the steps of pious men |Isaac Watts Providence (Daniel Read) |- |Providence (Daniel Read) | |Deep in our hearts let us record |Isaac Watts Providence (Jacob French) |- |Providence (Jacob French) | |Give thanks aloud to God |Isaac Watts Providence (William Billings) |- |Providence (William Billings) | |Who shall the Lord's elect condemn |Isaac Watts Prussia (Stephen Jenks) |- |Prussia (Stephen Jenks) | |Let every creature join |Isaac Watts Psalm 1 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 1 (Israel Holdroyd) | |The man is blest that hath not lent |Thomas Sternhold Psalm 100 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 100 (Israel Holdroyd) | |All people that on earth do dwell |William Kethe Psalm 104 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 104 (Israel Holdroyd) | |O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice |Tate and Brady Psalm 104 (James Lyon) |- |Psalm 104 (James Lyon) | |My soul, thy great creator praise |Isaac Watts Psalm 112 (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Psalm 112 (Amos Pilsbury) | |Weary of wandering from my God |Charles Wesley Psalm 113 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 113 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Ye children which do serve the Lord |William Kethe Psalm 124 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 124 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Now Israel may say, and that truly |William Whittingham Psalm 126 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 126 (Israel Holdroyd) | |When that the Lord again his Zion had forth brought |William Whittingham Psalm 131 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 131 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Is there ambition in my heart |Isaac Watts Psalm 134 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 134 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Behold and have regard |William Kethe Psalm 136 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 136 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Praise ye the Lord, for he is good |Thomas Norton Psalm 137 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 137 (Israel Holdroyd) | |When we did sit in Babylon |William Whittingham Psalm 146 (Simeon Jocelin) |- |Psalm 146 (Simeon Jocelin) | |I'll praise my Maker with my breath |Isaac Watts Psalm 148 (Oliver Holden) |- |Psalm 148 (Oliver Holden) | |Begin, my soul, th' exalted lay |John Ogilvy Psalm 15 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 15 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Lord, who's the happy man that may |Tate and Brady Psalm 18 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 18 (Israel Holdroyd) | |No change of times shall ever shock |Tate and Brady Psalm 21 (Amos Bull) |- |Psalm 21 (Amos Bull) | |The states, O Lord, with songs of praise |Tate and Brady Psalm 23 (Francis Hopkinson) |- |Psalm 23 (Francis Hopkinson) | |The Lord himself, the mighty Lord |Tate and Brady Psalm 23 (James Lyon) |- |Psalm 23 (James Lyon) | |The Lord Himself, the mighty Lord |Tate and Brady Psalm 25 (Alexander Gillet) |- |Psalm 25 (Alexander Gillet) | |I lift my soul to God |Isaac Watts Psalm 33 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 33 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Ye righteous in the Lord, rejoice |John Hopkins Psalm 34 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 34 (Israel Holdroyd) | |I will give laud and honor both |Thomas Sternhold Psalm 39 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 39 (Israel Holdroyd) | |I said, I will look to my ways |John Hopkins Psalm 42 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 42 (Israel Holdroyd) | |As pants the hart for cooling streams |Tate and Brady Psalm 47 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 47 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Ye people all with one accord |John Hopkins Psalm 50 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 50 (Israel Holdroyd) | |The mighty God, the eternal, has thus spoke |William Whittingham Psalm 8 (Amos Bull) |- |Psalm 8 (Amos Bull) | |O Lord, our heavenly King |Isaac Watts Psalm 8 (James Lyon) |- |Psalm 8 (James Lyon) | |O Thou, to whom all creatures bow |Tate and Brady Psalm 89 (Simeon Jocelin) |- |Psalm 89 (Simeon Jocelin) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Psalm 90 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 90 (Israel Holdroyd) | |Thou, Lord, hast been our sure defense |John Hopkins Psalm 92 (Israel Holdroyd) |- |Psalm 92 (Israel Holdroyd) | |It is a thing both good and meet |John Hopkins Psalm 95 (James Lyon) |- |Psalm 95 (James Lyon) | |Come, sound His praise abroad |Isaac Watts Psalm Before Evening Prayer (Thomas Ravenscroft) |- |Psalm Before Evening Prayer (Thomas Ravenscroft) | |Behold, now give heed, such as be |Thomas Beccon Psalm for Thanksgiving Day (Oliver Holden) |- |Psalm for Thanksgiving Day (Oliver Holden) | |Let every creature join |Isaac Watts Pumpily (William Billings) |- |Pumpily (William Billings) | |Ye boundless realms of joy |Tate and Brady Purchase Street (1779) (William Billings) |- |Purchase Street (1779) (William Billings) | |Thus far the Lord has led me on |Isaac Watts Quebeck (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Quebeck (Hezekiah Moors) | |How jarring and how low |Isaac Watts Queen Street (William Billings) |- |Queen Street (William Billings) | |O clap your hands and shout for joy |Perez Morton Queensborough (Jacob French) |- |Queensborough (Jacob French) | |Not to our names, thou only just and true |Isaac Watts Quincy (Timothy Swan) |- |Quincy (Timothy Swan) | |Awake, my soul, to sound his praise |Joel Barlow Radiant Seraph (Oliver Holden) |- |Radiant Seraph (Oliver Holden) | |Say, radiant seraph, throned in light |Samson Occom Rainbow (Timothy Swan) |- |Rainbow (Timothy Swan) | |Tis by thy strength the mountains stand |Isaac Watts Rama (Samuel Babcock) |- |Rama (Samuel Babcock) | |Dost thou my earthly comforts slay |Samuel Medley Randolph (Daniel Belknap) |- |Randolph (Daniel Belknap) | |Thou refuge of my weary soul |Anne Steele Rapture (Oliver Holden) |- |Rapture (Oliver Holden) | |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Isaac Watts Raynham (Daniel Belknap) |- |Raynham (Daniel Belknap) | |The spirits of the just |Joseph Hart Rebellion (Jacob French) |- |Rebellion (Jacob French) | |Hear, O heavens | Reception (Jacob French) |- |Reception (Jacob French) | |Well, the Redeemer's gone |Isaac Watts Redeeming Grace (Anonymous) |- |Redeeming Grace (Anonymous) | |Come all that love my Lord and Master |Anonymous lyricist Redeeming Love (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Redeeming Love (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O now begin the heavenly theme |Anonymous Redemption (Ananias Davisson) |- |Redemption (Ananias Davisson) | |Come friends and relations, let's join heart and hand |Anonymous Redemption (Asahel Benham) |- |Redemption (Asahel Benham) | |Hark, hark, glad tidings charm our ears |Anonymous Redemption (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Redemption (Hezekiah Moors) | |When the first parents of our race |Isaac Watts Redemption (Stephen Jenks) |- |Redemption (Stephen Jenks) | |Alas, the cruel spear |Isaac Watts Redemption Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Redemption Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come friends and relations, let's join heart and hand |Anonymous Reflection (Ananias Davisson) |- |Reflection (Ananias Davisson) | |No sleep or slumber to his eyes |Isaac Watts Reformation (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Reformation (Hezekiah Moors) | |When God revealed his gracious name |Isaac Watts Refuge (Daniel Read) |- |Refuge (Daniel Read) | |My refuge is the God of love |Isaac Watts Rehoboth (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Rehoboth (Hezekiah Moors) | |Kingdoms and thrones to God belong |Isaac Watts Rejoice in Thy Youth (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Rejoice in Thy Youth (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Young man, indulge thy passion |Anonymous Religion (Daniel Read) |- |Religion (Daniel Read) | |My God, permit my tongue |Isaac Watts Religion (Stephen Jenks) |- |Religion (Stephen Jenks) | |Some walk in honor's gaudy show |Isaac Watts Relley (Jacob French) |- |Relley (Jacob French) | |Lo! what a glorious sight appears |Isaac Watts Remember now, remember thy Creator (Samuel Babcock) |- |Remember now, remember thy Creator (Samuel Babcock) | |Remember now, remember thy Creator | Renown (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Renown (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |All glory to the Father be |Anonymous Repentance (Walter Janes) |- |Repentance (Walter Janes) | |Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive |Isaac Watts Repentant Song (Oliver Holden) |- |Repentant Song (Oliver Holden) | |God of mercy, God of love |John Taylor Repose (Stephen Jenks) |- |Repose (Stephen Jenks) | |Our sins, alas! how strong they be |Isaac Watts Request (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Request (Barnabas McKyes) | |Return, O God of love, return |Isaac Watts Resignation (Joseph Funk) |- |Resignation (Joseph Funk) | |My Shepherd will supply my need |Isaac Watts Resignation (Samuel Babcock) |- |Resignation (Samuel Babcock) | |Behold the Savior of mankind |Samuel Wesley, Sr. Resignation (William Billings) |- |Resignation (William Billings) | |Thus saith the Ruler of the skies |Isaac Watts Resignation (William Walker) |- |Resignation (William Walker) | |My shepherd will supply my need |Isaac Watts Resolution (Jacob French) |- |Resolution (Jacob French) | |Let those who bear the Christian name |Isaac Watts Resolution (Oliver Holden) |- |Resolution (Oliver Holden) | |Great King in Zion, Lord of all |Oliver Holden Resolution (Samuel Babcock) |- |Resolution (Samuel Babcock) | |Let sinners take their course |Isaac Watts Rest (Oliver Holden) |- |Rest (Oliver Holden) | |Descend, Holy Spirit, the Dove | Restoration (Anonymous) |- |Restoration (Anonymous) | |Ye captives restored and saints of the Lord |Anonymous lyricist Restoration (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Restoration (Hezekiah Moors) | |Ye heavens rejoice in Jesus' grace |Charles Wesley Restoration (William Billings) |- |Restoration (William Billings) | |Greatly beloved, of God approved |James Relly Restoration (William Walker) |- |Restoration (William Walker) | |Mercy, O thou Son of David |John Newton Resurrection (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Resurrection (Barnabas McKyes) | |My flesh shall slumber in the ground |Isaac Watts Resurrection (Daniel Read) |- |Resurrection (Daniel Read) | |The God of glory sends His summons forth |Isaac Watts Resurrection (Jacob French) |- |Resurrection (Jacob French) | |The joyful day is coming on |Anonymous Resurrection (William Billings) |- |Resurrection (William Billings) | |Jesus Christ is risen today |Anonymous Retirement (Oliver Holden) |- |Retirement (Oliver Holden) | |Far from the world, O Lord, I flee |William Cowper Retrospect (William Billings) |- |Retrospect (William Billings) | |Was not the day dark and gloomy | Revelation (William Billings) |- |Revelation (William Billings) | |Let all the heathen writers join |Isaac Watts Review (Oliver Holden) |- |Review (Oliver Holden) | |When with my mind devoutly pressed |Moses Browne Reviving Hope (Oliver Holden) |- |Reviving Hope (Oliver Holden) | |The Savior calls, let every ear |Anne Steele Rhode Island (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Rhode Island (Amos Pilsbury) | |Thou great mysterious God unknown |Charles Wesley Rhone (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Rhone (Samuel Holyoke) | |Jesus, with all thy saints above |Isaac Watts Rich Provision (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Rich Provision (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Jesus, thy blessings are not few |Isaac Watts Richmond (Alexander Gillet) |- |Richmond (Alexander Gillet) | |Ere god had built the mountains |William Cowper Richmond (Daniel Belknap) |- |Richmond (Daniel Belknap) | |Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands |Isaac Watts Richmond (Oliver Holden) |- |Richmond (Oliver Holden) | |Keep silence, all created things |Isaac Watts Richmond (William Billings) |- |Richmond (William Billings) | |My beloved haste away |James Relly Ringe (Daniel Belknap) |- |Ringe (Daniel Belknap) | |Jehovah reigns, his throne is high |Isaac Watts Ringe (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Ringe (Samuel Holyoke) | |My thoughts surmount these lower skies |Isaac Watts Ripton (Alexander Gillet) |- |Ripton (Alexander Gillet) | |Shall the vile race of flesh and blood |Isaac Watts Ripton (Daniel Read) |- |Ripton (Daniel Read) | |That man is blest, who stands in awe |Tate and Brady Rising Dawn (Oliver Holden) |- |Rising Dawn (Oliver Holden) | |Behold the rising dawn appear |3 Road's Town (Elkanah Dare) |- |Road's Town (Elkanah Dare) | |Blessed are the sons of God |Joseph Humphreys Rochester (Ananias Davisson) |- |Rochester (Ananias Davisson) | |Come, children, learn to fear the Lord |Isaac Watts Rockbridge (Lucius Chapin) |- |Rockbridge (Lucius Chapin) | |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Isaac Watts Rockingham (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Rockingham (Amos Pilsbury) | |Lamb of God, for whom we languish |Charles Wesley Rocky-Nook (William Billings) |- |Rocky-Nook (William Billings) | |Those glorious minds, how bright they shine |Isaac Watts Rome (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Rome (Hezekiah Moors) | |Good is the Lord, the heavenly King |Isaac Watts Rome (Timothy Swan) |- |Rome (Timothy Swan) | |Wandering pilgrims, mourning Christians |John Leland Romelia (Oliver Holden) |- |Romelia (Oliver Holden) | |How sweet and aweful is the place |Isaac Watts Ronda (Timothy Swan) |- |Ronda (Timothy Swan) | |Return, O God of love, return |Isaac Watts Roslin Castle (Elisha West) |- |Roslin Castle (Elisha West) | |Behold the rose of Sharon here |Isaac Watts Ross (Timothy Swan) |- |Ross (Timothy Swan) | |As pants the hart for cooling streams |Tate and Brady Rowland (Merit Woodruff) |- |Rowland (Merit Woodruff) | |Lord, we have heard thy works of old |Joel Barlow Rowley (Daniel Belknap) |- |Rowley (Daniel Belknap) | |How long wilt thou forget me, Lord? | Rowley (Jacob Kimball) |- |Rowley (Jacob Kimball) | |The saints shall flourish in his days |Isaac Watts Roxbury (1778) (William Billings) |- |Roxbury (1778) (William Billings) | |O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice |Tate and Brady Roxbury (1802) (Daniel Belknap) |- |Roxbury (1802) (Daniel Belknap) | |My sorrows, like a flood |Isaac Watts Royalston (Abraham Wood) |- |Royalston (Abraham Wood) | |With cheerful voice I sing |Isaac Watts Russell (Jacob French) |- |Russell (Jacob French) | |My lot is fallen in that blest land |Tate and Brady Russell (Timothy Swan) |- |Russell (Timothy Swan) | |Our days are as the grass |Isaac Watts Russia (Daniel Read) |- |Russia (Daniel Read) | |False are the men of high degree |Isaac Watts Rutland (William Billings) |- |Rutland (William Billings) | |My flesh shall slumber in the ground |Isaac Watts Ryall (William Tansur) |- |Ryall (William Tansur) | |O what a happy thing it is |William Whittingham Ryegate (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Ryegate (Samuel Holyoke) | |In vain we lavish out our lives |Isaac Watts Sabbath (Daniel Read) |- |Sabbath (Daniel Read) | |Sweet is the work, my God and King |Isaac Watts Sabbath (Samuel Babcock) |- |Sabbath (Samuel Babcock) | |Lord of the Sabbath, hear our vows |Philip Doddridge Sabbath Morn (Oliver Holden) |- |Sabbath Morn (Oliver Holden) | |Another six days' work is done |Samuel Stennett Saco (Daniel Belknap) |- |Saco (Daniel Belknap) | |The Lord hath eyes to give the blind |Isaac Watts Salem (1803) (Oliver Holden) |- |Salem (1803) (Oliver Holden) | |King of Salem, bless my soul |Anonymous Salem (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Salem (Amos Pilsbury) | |Lord, we come before thee now |William Hammond Salem (Daniel Belknap) |- |Salem (Daniel Belknap) | |Dear Lord! behold our sore distress |Isaac Watts Salem (Jacob Kimball) |- |Salem (Jacob Kimball) | |And must this body die |Isaac Watts Salem (Oliver Holden) |- |Salem (Oliver Holden) | |Some seraph, lend your heavenly tongue |Isaac Watts Salem (Stephen Jenks) |- |Salem (Stephen Jenks) | |Let every creature join |Isaac Watts Salem (William Hauser) |- |Salem (William Hauser) | |How sweet the name of Jesus sounds |John Newton Salem (William Moore) |- |Salem (William Moore) | |How sweet the name of Jesus sounds |John Newton Salisbury (Oliver Brownson) |- |Salisbury (Oliver Brownson) | |God of my salvation, hear |Charles Wesley Salvation (Elisha West) |- |Salvation (Elisha West) | |Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyes |Isaac Watts Salvation (Robert Boyd) |- |Salvation (Robert Boyd) | |Come, humble sinner, in whose breast |Edmund Jones Samanthra (R. D. Humphreys) |- |Samanthra (R. D. Humphreys) | |O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delight |Joseph Swain Sandusky (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Sandusky (Samuel Holyoke) | |Lo, he comes, in clouds descending |2 Sandy River (Daniel Belknap) |- |Sandy River (Daniel Belknap) | |Descend, ye hosts of angels bright |Isaac Watts Sardis (Ezra Goff) |- |Sardis (Ezra Goff) | |This life's a dream, an empty show |Isaac Watts Savannah (William Billings) |- |Savannah (William Billings) | |Ah! Lovely appearance of death |George Whitefield Savoy (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Savoy (Samuel Holyoke) | |The Lord Jehovah reigns |Isaac Watts Saybrook (Daniel Belknap) |- |Saybrook (Daniel Belknap) | |There is a house not made with hands |Isaac Watts Saybrook (William Billings) |- |Saybrook (William Billings) | |My God, what inward grief I feel |Isaac Watts Scotland (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Scotland (Nehemiah Shumway) | |Awake, our souls, away, our fears |Isaac Watts Scotland (Timothy Swan) |- |Scotland (Timothy Swan) | |The Lord my Shepherd is |Isaac Watts Seclusion (Oliver Holden) |- |Seclusion (Oliver Holden) | |Man has a soul of vast desires |Isaac Watts See He Rises (Oliver Holden) |- |See He Rises (Oliver Holden) | |Angels, roll the rock away |Thomas Scott Separation (Alexander Johnson) |- |Separation (Alexander Johnson) | |Why do we mourn departing friends |Isaac Watts Separation (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Separation (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come ye that love the Lord indeed |Anonymous Serepta (Oliver Holden) |- |Serepta (Oliver Holden) | |I hear the voice of woe |William Enfield Severn (Jacob Kimball) |- |Severn (Jacob Kimball) | |Is this the kind return |Isaac Watts Sharon (Elisha West) |- |Sharon (Elisha West) | |How pleased and blest was I |Isaac Watts Sharon (James P. Carrell) |- |Sharon (James P. Carrell) | |From all that dwell below the skies |Isaac Watts Sharon (Oliver Brownson) |- |Sharon (Oliver Brownson) | |My Savior and my King |Isaac Watts Sharon (William Billings) |- |Sharon (William Billings) | |How glorious is our heavenly King |Isaac Watts Sheldon (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Sheldon (Hezekiah Moors) | |Great God! how infinite art thou |Isaac Watts Sherburne (Daniel Read) |- |Sherburne (Daniel Read) | |While shepherds watched their flocks by night |Tate and Brady Sherburne (William Billings) |- |Sherburne (William Billings) | |How pleasant 'tis to see |Isaac Watts Shestopsalmie (Sergei Rachmaninoff) |- |Shestopsalmie (Sergei Rachmaninoff) | |Слава в вышних Богу (Glory to God in the highest) | Shiloh (Oliver Holden) |- |Shiloh (Oliver Holden) | |Fair as a blooming, tender flower |William Robertson Shiloh (William Billings) |- |Shiloh (William Billings) | |Methinks I see a heavenly host |William Billings Shirley (Daniel Belknap) |- |Shirley (Daniel Belknap) | |Our moments fly apace |Isaac Watts Shirley (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Shirley (Hezekiah Moors) | |Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyes |Isaac Watts Shoreham (Daniel Belknap) |- |Shoreham (Daniel Belknap) | |There is a land of pure delight |Isaac Watts Shouting Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Shouting Hymn (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |God's power and wisdom is displayed |Anonymous Shrewsbury (Abraham Wood) |- |Shrewsbury (Abraham Wood) | |Now in the heat of youthful blood |Isaac Watts Shrewsbury (Daniel Belknap) |- |Shrewsbury (Daniel Belknap) | |Saved from the ocean and tempestuous skies |Isaac Watts Sicily (Oliver Holden) |- |Sicily (Oliver Holden) | |In the soft season of thy youth |Thomas Gibbons Silver Spring (Asahel Benham) |- |Silver Spring (Asahel Benham) | |Were I in heaven without my God |Isaac Watts Sinai (William Billings) |- |Sinai (William Billings) | |All you who make the law your choice |James Relly Sincerity (Merit Woodruff) |- |Sincerity (Merit Woodruff) | |My never-ceasing song shall show |Isaac Watts Sincerity (Oliver Holden) |- |Sincerity (Oliver Holden) | |Tis a point I long to know |John Newton Sinful Youth (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Sinful Youth (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Remember, sinful youth |Anonymous Sing unto God, ye kingdoms (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Sing unto God, ye kingdoms (Hezekiah Moors) | |Sing unto God, ye kingdoms of the earth | Slavoslovie velikoe (Sergei Rachmaninoff) |- |Slavoslovie velikoe (Sergei Rachmaninoff) | |Slava v vuishnikh Bogu (Glory to God in the highest) | Slow Traveler (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Slow Traveler (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O happy souls, how fast you go |Samson Occom Smithfield (Daniel Read) |- |Smithfield (Daniel Read) | |This life's a dream, an empty show |Isaac Watts Smyrna (Oliver Holden) |- |Smyrna (Oliver Holden) | |Why should the children of a King |Isaac Watts Smyrna (Samuel Babcock) |- |Smyrna (Samuel Babcock) | |Now let the Lord my Savior smile |Isaac Watts Soldier of the Cross (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Soldier of the Cross (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Am I a soldier of the cross |Isaac Watts Solemn Song (Elisha West) |- |Solemn Song (Elisha West) | |Here is a song, which doth belong |John Peck Solemn Thought (James P. Carrell) |- |Solemn Thought (James P. Carrell) | |Remember, sinful youth, you must die |Anonymous Solemnity (Ananias Davisson) |- |Solemnity (Ananias Davisson) | |Twas on that dark, that doleful night |Isaac Watts Solemnity (Eliakim Doolittle) |- |Solemnity (Eliakim Doolittle) | |How short and hasty is our life |Isaac Watts Solemnity (Oliver Holden) |- |Solemnity (Oliver Holden) | |Death, 'tis a melancholy day |Isaac Watts Solicitude (Alexander Johnson) |- |Solicitude (Alexander Johnson) | |O how I have longed for the coming of God |Anonymous Solicitude (Anonymous) |- |Solicitude (Anonymous) | |O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delight |Joseph Swain Solicitude (Oliver Holden) |- |Solicitude (Oliver Holden) | |Around the bloody tree |Philip Doddridge Solid Pleasures (Oliver Holden) |- |Solid Pleasures (Oliver Holden) | |Descend from heaven, immortal Dove |Isaac Watts Solitude (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Solitude (Barnabas McKyes) | |Come lead me to some lonely shade |Anonymous Solitude (Elisha West) |- |Solitude (Elisha West) | |My refuge is the God of love |Tate and Brady
Isaac Watts Solitude (Walter Janes) |- |Solitude (Walter Janes) | |As on some lonely building's top |Isaac Watts Solitude in the Grove (Ananias Davisson) |- |Solitude in the Grove (Ananias Davisson) | |O were I like a feathered dove |Isaac Watts Solomon's Song (Timothy Swan) |- |Solomon's Song (Timothy Swan) | |The voice of my beloved sounds |Charles Wesley Solon (Daniel Belknap) |- |Solon (Daniel Belknap) | |Indulgent God, with pitying eyes |Philip Doddridge Somers (Stephen Jenks) |- |Somers (Stephen Jenks) | |Our moments fly apace |Isaac Watts Song of Moses (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Song of Moses (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Almighty love inspires my heart with sacred fire |Anonymous Sorrow's Tear (Stephen Jenks) |- |Sorrow's Tear (Stephen Jenks) | |Sweet spirit, if thy airy sleep |Isaac Watts South Boston (William Billings) |- |South Boston (William Billings) | |Join all the glorious names |Isaac Watts South Carolina (Amos Pilsbury) |- |South Carolina (Amos Pilsbury) | |Come, my soul, before the Lamb |John Cennick Southborough (Abraham Wood) |- |Southborough (Abraham Wood) | |Now let our lips with holy fear |Isaac Watts Southborough (Daniel Belknap) |- |Southborough (Daniel Belknap) | |See where he languished on the cross |Isaac Watts Spain (William Billings) |- |Spain (William Billings) | |How pleased and blest was I |Isaac Watts Sparta (Oliver Holden) |- |Sparta (Oliver Holden) | |Sing to the Lord a new-made song |Tate and Brady Spiritual Babylon (Solomon Howe) |- |Spiritual Babylon (Solomon Howe) | |Why should this earth delight us so |Isaac Watts Spring (Daniel Belknap) |- |Spring (Daniel Belknap) | |He send his word, and melts the snow |Isaac Watts Spring (Jacob French) |- |Spring (Jacob French) | |Mark how it snows! How fast the valley fills |Isaac Watts Spring Street (Daniel Belknap) |- |Spring Street (Daniel Belknap) | |Not to condemn the sons of men |Isaac Watts Springfield (Daniel Belknap) |- |Springfield (Daniel Belknap) | |Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin |Isaac Watts Springfield (Samuel Babcock) |- |Springfield (Samuel Babcock) | |Jesus drinks the bitter cup |Charles Wesley St Elisha's (William Billings) |- |St Elisha's (William Billings) | |Who shall the Lord's elect condemn? |Isaac Watts St. Alban's (Oliver Holden) |- |St. Alban's (Oliver Holden) | |My God, when-e'er my longing heart |Anne Steele St. Albans (Walter Janes) |- |St. Albans (Walter Janes) | |Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove |Isaac Watts St. Enoch (William Billings) |- |St. Enoch (William Billings) | |Sing to the Lord a new-made song |Tate and Brady St. John's (Eliakim Doolittle) |- |St. John's (Eliakim Doolittle) | |Thrice happy man who fears the Lord |Isaac Watts St. John's (William Billings) |- |St. John's (William Billings) | |Where are the mourners, saith the Lord |Isaac Watts St. Johns (James P. Carrell) |- |St. Johns (James P. Carrell) | |O glorious hope of perfect love |Charles Wesley St. Marc (Oliver Holden) |- |St. Marc (Oliver Holden) | |Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell |Isaac Watts St. Mary (Oliver Holden) |- |St. Mary (Oliver Holden) | |Father, I bless Thy gentle hand |Isaac Watts St. Thomas (William Billings) |- |St. Thomas (William Billings) | |Methinks I see my Savior dear |Isaac Watts Stafford (Daniel Read) |- |Stafford (Daniel Read) | |See what a living stone |Isaac Watts Star in the East (Deodatus Dutton) |- |Star in the East (Deodatus Dutton) | |Hail the blest morn, see the great mediator |Reginald Heber Star in the East (William Walker) |- |Star in the East (William Walker) | |Hail the blest morn, see the great mediator |Reginald Heber Staunton (Ananias Davisson) |- |Staunton (Ananias Davisson) | |Awake, our souls, and bless his name |Philip Doddridge Still River (Abraham Wood) |- |Still River (Abraham Wood) | |From my youth up, may Israel say |Tate and Brady Stockbridge (William Billings) |- |Stockbridge (William Billings) | |From all that dwell below the skies |3 Stone Chapel (Oliver Holden) |- |Stone Chapel (Oliver Holden) | |O praise ye the Lord, prepare a new song | Stoneham (Daniel Belknap) |- |Stoneham (Daniel Belknap) | |Now to the Lord a noble song |Isaac Watts Stonington (Daniel Read) |- |Stonington (Daniel Read) | |Let a broad stream with golden sands |Isaac Watts Stoughton (William Billings) |- |Stoughton (William Billings) | |My Savior, my almighty Friend |Isaac Watts Stowe (Samuel Babcock) |- |Stowe (Samuel Babcock) | |The birds without barn |John Newton Stratfield (Ezra Goff) |- |Stratfield (Ezra Goff) | |Through every age, eternal God |Isaac Watts Stratton (Samuel Babcock) |- |Stratton (Samuel Babcock) | |O magnify the Lord with me |Tate and Brady Strong Hope (Stephen Jenks) |- |Strong Hope (Stephen Jenks) | |Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone |John Cennick Sturbridge (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Sturbridge (Samuel Holyoke) | |Indulgent God, with pitying eye |Philip Doddridge Sturbridge (William Billings) |- |Sturbridge (William Billings) | |Jehovah reigns, his throne is high |Isaac Watts Sublimity (William Billings) |- |Sublimity (William Billings) | |The heavens declare the glory of God | Submission (Oliver Holden) |- |Submission (Oliver Holden) | |God of my life, look gently down |Isaac Watts Sudbury (1770) (William Billings) |- |Sudbury (1770) (William Billings) | |Blest be the everlasting God |Isaac Watts Sudbury (1794) (William Billings) |- |Sudbury (1794) (William Billings) | |What if the saint must die |John Peck Sudbury (Daniel Read) |- |Sudbury (Daniel Read) | |Think, mighty God, on feeble man |Isaac Watts Suffering Savior (Alexander Gillet) |- |Suffering Savior (Alexander Gillet) | |Alas, and did my Savior bleed |Isaac Watts Suffolk (William Billings) |- |Suffolk (William Billings) | |Bright King of glory, dreadful God |Isaac Watts Sullivan (William Billings) |- |Sullivan (William Billings) | |Let mortal tongues attempt to sing |Isaac Watts Summer (Daniel Belknap) |- |Summer (Daniel Belknap) | |How soon, alas! must summer's sweets decay |Anonymous Summer Street (William Billings) |- |Summer Street (William Billings) | |Death cannot make our souls afraid |Isaac Watts Sun (Oliver Holden) |- |Sun (Oliver Holden) | |Fairest of all the lights above |Isaac Watts Sunbury (James P. Carrell) |- |Sunbury (James P. Carrell) | |O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delight |Joseph Swain Sunbury (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Sunbury (Samuel Holyoke) | |Hard heart of mine, O that the Lord |Henry Alline Sunday (Samuel Babcock) |- |Sunday (Samuel Babcock) | |This day is God's, let all the land |Tate and Brady Sunday (William Billings) |- |Sunday (William Billings) | |Majestic God, when I descry |William Billings Sunderland (Jacob French) |- |Sunderland (Jacob French) | |Jesus is gone above the skies |Isaac Watts Sunderland (Stephen Jenks) |- |Sunderland (Stephen Jenks) | |Let every creature join |Isaac Watts Supplication (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Supplication (Barnabas McKyes) | |Spare us, O Lord, aloud we pray |Isaac Watts Supplication (Daniel Read) |- |Supplication (Daniel Read) | |O wash my soul from every sin |Isaac Watts Supplication (Jacob French) |- |Supplication (Jacob French) | |Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive |Isaac Watts Surety (Oliver Holden) |- |Surety (Oliver Holden) | |To this dear Surety's hand |Isaac Watts Surprise (Barnabas McKyes) |- |Surprise (Barnabas McKyes) | |Our life contains a thousand springs |Isaac Watts Suspension (Oliver Holden) |- |Suspension (Oliver Holden) | |My harp untuned, and laid aside |John Newton Sutton (Joseph Stone) |- |Sutton (Joseph Stone) | |Am I a soldier of the cross |Isaac Watts Sweden (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Sweden (Samuel Holyoke) | |Jesus the Lord forever reigns |Henry Alline Sweet Complaint (Oliver Holden) |- |Sweet Complaint (Oliver Holden) | |While of Thy absence we complain |Isaac Watts Sweet Farewell (Stephen Jenks) |- |Sweet Farewell (Stephen Jenks) | |Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing |Anonymous Sweet Harmony (William Walker) |- |Sweet Harmony (William Walker) | |O tell me no more of this world's vain store |John Gambold Sweet Prospect (Stephen Jenks) |- |Sweet Prospect (Stephen Jenks) | |How tedious and tasteless the hours |John Newton Sweet Prospect (William Walker) |- |Sweet Prospect (William Walker) | |On Jordan's stormy banks I stand |Samuel Stennett Sweet Rivers (William Moore) |- |Sweet Rivers (William Moore) | |Sweet rivers of redeeming love |John Granade Sweet Surprise (Oliver Holden) |- |Sweet Surprise (Oliver Holden) | |Angels are lost in sweet surprise |Isaac Watts Syena (Jacob French) |- |Syena (Jacob French) | |O Jesus my hope |Charles Wesley Sylvestes (James P. Carrell) |- |Sylvestes (James P. Carrell) | |God of my salvation, hear |Charles Wesley Sympathy (James P. Carrell) |- |Sympathy (James P. Carrell) | |Come, my soul, and let us try |Joseph Hart Sympathy (William Read) |- |Sympathy (William Read) | |Blest is the man whose bowels move |Isaac Watts Syracuse (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Syracuse (Samuel Holyoke) | |What is our God, or what his name |Isaac Watts Syria (Daniel Belknap) |- |Syria (Daniel Belknap) | |The spreading billows know their bound |Isaac Watts Take Me As I Am (Ira David Sankey) |- |Take Me As I Am (Ira David Sankey) | |Jesus, my Lord, to thee I cry |Eliza Hamilton Taunton (Oliver Shaw) |- |Taunton (Oliver Shaw) | |Almighty Maker, God |Isaac Watts Temple (Oliver Holden) |- |Temple (Oliver Holden) | |Send comforts down from Thy right hand |Isaac Watts Tender Thought (Ananias Davisson) |- |Tender Thought (Ananias Davisson) | |Arise, my tenderest thoughts, arise |Philip Doddridge Tender Thoughts (Oliver Holden) |- |Tender Thoughts (Oliver Holden) | |Arise, my tender thoughts, arise |Philip Doddridge Tennessee (Oliver Holden) |- |Tennessee (Oliver Holden) | |Give me the wings of faith to rise |Isaac Watts Terror (Jacob French) |- |Terror (Jacob French) | |Silent I waited with long-suffering love |Isaac Watts Thanksgiving (Timothy Swan) |- |Thanksgiving (Timothy Swan) | |Meet and right it is to sing |Charles Wesley The Apple Tree (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Apple Tree (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The tree of life my soul hath seen |Richard Hutchins The Babe of Bethlehem (William Walker) |- |The Babe of Bethlehem (William Walker) | |Ye nations all, on you I call |Anonymous The Bird (William Billings) |- |The Bird (William Billings) | |Since I have placed my trust in God |Tate and Brady The Child's Request (Lewis Edson) |- |The Child's Request (Lewis Edson) | |Thou giver of my life and joy |Anonymous The Christian's Conflicts (William Walker) |- |The Christian's Conflicts (William Walker) | |See how the wicked kingdom |Anonymous The Christian's Hope (William Walker) |- |The Christian's Hope (William Walker) | |A few more days on earth to spend |Anonymous The Christian's Warrant (Samuel Holyoke) |- |The Christian's Warrant (Samuel Holyoke) | |Though troubles assail |John Newton The Close of the Year (Samuel Holyoke) |- |The Close of the Year (Samuel Holyoke) | |So fly our months and years |Anonymous The Converted Thief (William Moore) |- |The Converted Thief (William Moore) | |As on the cross the Savior hung |Samuel Stennett The Converted Thief (William Walker) |- |The Converted Thief (William Walker) | |As on the cross the Savior hung |Samuel Stennett The Cross (Oliver Holden) |- |The Cross (Oliver Holden) | |O! The sweet wonders of that cross |Isaac Watts The Enquirer (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Enquirer (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |O! that some kind one would tell me |Anonymous The Faithful Soldier (William Hauser) |- |The Faithful Soldier (William Hauser) | |O when shall I see Jesus |John Leland The General Doom (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The General Doom (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Behold! with awful pomp |Joseph Hart The Good Old Way (William Walker) |- |The Good Old Way (William Walker) | |Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friends |Anonymous The Good Physician (William Walker) |- |The Good Physician (William Walker) | |How lost was my condition |John Newton The Great Physician (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Great Physician (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |How lost was my condition |John Newton The Heavenly Contention (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Heavenly Contention (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |In heavenly choirs a question rose |Ralph Erskine The Heavenly Courtier (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Heavenly Courtier (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Let Christ the glorious lover |Anonymous The Heavenly March (William Walker) |- |The Heavenly March (William Walker) | |On Jordan's stormy banks I stand |Samuel Stennett The Heavenly Ode (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Heavenly Ode (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Jerusalem, my happy home |Anonymous The Heavenly Vision (Jacob French) |- |The Heavenly Vision (Jacob French) | |I beheld and lo! a great multitude | The Impartial Song (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Impartial Song (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |The great God of love has shown us the way |Anonymous The Incarnation (James P. Carrell) |- |The Incarnation (James P. Carrell) | |Long had the voice of prophecy foretold |Thomas Wood The Lark (William Billings) |- |The Lark (William Billings) | |Look up and see the unwearied sun |Thomas Flatman The Lord Will Provide (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Lord Will Provide (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Though troubles assail |John Newton The Lord descended from above (William Billings) |- |The Lord descended from above (William Billings) | |The Lord descended from above |Thomas Sternhold The Moldering Vine (James P. Carrell) |- |The Moldering Vine (James P. Carrell) | |Hail, ye sighing sons of sorrow |Selah Gridley The New Union (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The New Union (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Attend ye saints and hear me tell |Anonymous The Pilgrim's Song (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Pilgrim's Song (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Children of the heavenly King |John Cennick The Rich Man (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Rich Man (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come, all ye poor sinners that from Adam came |Anonymous The Rock (Oliver Holden) |- |The Rock (Oliver Holden) | |We've found the rock, the travelers cried |Anonymous The Rose Tree (Ananias Davisson) |- |The Rose Tree (Ananias Davisson) | |There is a land of pleasure |Anonymous The Sabbath (Jacob French) |- |The Sabbath (Jacob French) | |Welcome, sweet day of rest |Isaac Watts The Savior's Merits (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Savior's Merits (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Savior, I do feel thy merit |Anonymous The Seasons (Timothy Swan) |- |The Seasons (Timothy Swan) | |Eternal source of every joy |Philip Doddridge The Sinner's Warning (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Sinner's Warning (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |When pity prompts me to look round |Anonymous The Song of the Three Holy Children (Israel Holdroyd) |- |The Song of the Three Holy Children (Israel Holdroyd) | |O all ye works of God the Lord |Anonymous The Swiftness of Time (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Swiftness of Time (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |My days, my weeks, my months, my years |Thomas Green The Tedious Hour (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Tedious Hour (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |How tedious and tasteless the hours |John Newton The Tribunal (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Tribunal (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |And must I be to judgment brought |Charles Wesley The Trumpeters (William Walker) |- |The Trumpeters (William Walker) | |Hark! listen to the trumpeters |John Granade The Wandering Pilgrim (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Wandering Pilgrim (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Wandering pilgrims, mourning Christians |John Leland The Watchman's Call (William Walker) |- |The Watchman's Call (William Walker) | |The watchmen blow the trumpet round |Anonymous The Weary Traveler (James C. Lowry) |- |The Weary Traveler (James C. Lowry) | |Come all you weary travelers |Anonymous The Weary Traveler (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |The Weary Traveler (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come all ye weary travelers |Anonymous The complaint of a sinner (Thomas Ravenscroft) |- |The complaint of a sinner (Thomas Ravenscroft) | |Where righteousness doth say |Unknown Thetford (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Thetford (Hezekiah Moors) | |The Lord Jehovah reigns |Isaac Watts Thirtieth (Amzi Chapin) |- |Thirtieth (Amzi Chapin) | |And am I born to die |Charles Wesley Thorny Desert (William Walker) |- |Thorny Desert (William Walker) | |Dark and thorny is the desert |Anonymous Tis Finished (Oliver Holden) |- |Tis Finished (Oliver Holden) | |I sing my Savior's wondrous death |Isaac Watts Tolland (Merit Woodruff) |- |Tolland (Merit Woodruff) | |Teach me the measure of my days |Isaac Watts Tolland (Stephen Jenks) |- |Tolland (Stephen Jenks) | |I'll praise my maker with my breath |Isaac Watts Topsfield (Alexander Gillet) |- |Topsfield (Alexander Gillet) | |Sweet is the work, my God, my King |Isaac Watts Topsfield (Jacob Kimball) |- |Topsfield (Jacob Kimball) | |Lo! what an entertaining sight |Isaac Watts Topsham (Supply Belcher) |- |Topsham (Supply Belcher) | |Dearest of all the names above |Isaac Watts Torringford (Alexander Gillet) |- |Torringford (Alexander Gillet) | |Joy to the world! The Lord is come |Isaac Watts Torrington (Alexander Gillet) |- |Torrington (Alexander Gillet) | |Here at thy cross, my dying God |Isaac Watts Townshend (Ezra Goff) |- |Townshend (Ezra Goff) | |Joy to the world! The Lord is come |Isaac Watts Tranquility (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Tranquility (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Away, my doubts, be gone, my fears |Susanna Harrison Tranquility (Reubin Monday) |- |Tranquility (Reubin Monday) | |My God, the spring of all my joys |Isaac Watts Transition (Oliver Holden) |- |Transition (Oliver Holden) | |When God revealed His gracious name |Isaac Watts Translation (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Translation (Hezekiah Moors) | |Thanks be to God, whose faithful love |Charles Wesley Transport (Anonymous) |- |Transport (Anonymous) | |Ye children of Jesus, who're bound for the kingdom |John Granade Treasure (Oliver Holden) |- |Treasure (Oliver Holden) | |How doth Thy word my heart engage |Isaac Watts Trenton (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Trenton (Amos Pilsbury) | |How long shall I repine |Francis Hopkinson Trenton (Daniel Belknap) |- |Trenton (Daniel Belknap) | |Save me, O God, the swelling floods |Isaac Watts Tribulation (Walter Janes) |- |Tribulation (Walter Janes) | |Our moments fly apace |Isaac Watts Trinity (Stephen Jenks) |- |Trinity (Stephen Jenks) | |Come, thou almighty King |Anonymous Trinity (Timothy Swan) |- |Trinity (Timothy Swan) | |Come, thou almighty King |Anonymous Trinity New (William Billings) |- |Trinity New (William Billings) | |O all ye nations, praise the Lord |Isaac Watts Triumph (Amos Pilsbury) |- |Triumph (Amos Pilsbury) | |Come, let us ascend |Charles Wesley Triumph (Anonymous) |- |Triumph (Anonymous) | |Tis done! Lo, they come! bright celestials descend |Anonymous lyricist Triumph (Daniel Read) |- |Triumph (Daniel Read) | |Who shall the Lord's elect condemn |Isaac Watts Triumph (James P. Carrell) |- |Triumph (James P. Carrell) | |My soul, triumphant in the Lord |Philip Doddridge Triumph (Stephen Jenks) |- |Triumph (Stephen Jenks) | |Behold, the Judge descends, his guards are nigh |Isaac Watts True Happiness (William Walker) |- |True Happiness (William Walker) | |Oh! how happy are they |Charles Wesley Trumbull (Asahel Benham) |- |Trumbull (Asahel Benham) | |Forever blessed be the Lord |Isaac Watts Truro (Samuel Babcock) |- |Truro (Samuel Babcock) | |O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice |Tate and Brady Trust (Oliver Holden) |- |Trust (Oliver Holden) | |Jesus, my Savior and my Lord |John Needham Tunbridge (Jacob Kimball) |- |Tunbridge (Jacob Kimball) | |Our sins, alas! how strong they be |Isaac Watts Tuneful Harp (Stephen Jenks) |- |Tuneful Harp (Stephen Jenks) | |Before the rosy dawn of day |Elizabeth Rowe Turkey Hills (Alexander Gillet) |- |Turkey Hills (Alexander Gillet) | |How short and hasty is our life |Isaac Watts Twenty-Fourth (Amzi Chapin) |- |Twenty-Fourth (Amzi Chapin) | |Salvation! O the joyful sound |Isaac Watts Ulham (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Ulham (Hezekiah Moors) | |Blest Jesus, what delicious fare |Isaac Watts Union (1786) (William Billings) |- |Union (1786) (William Billings) | |Behold, how good and joyful a thing | Union (Alexander Gillet) |- |Union (Alexander Gillet) | |Once more, my soul, the rising day |Isaac Watts Union (William Billings) |- |Union (William Billings) | |I lift my soul to God |Isaac Watts Unitia (Lucius Chapin) |- |Unitia (Lucius Chapin) | |O tell me no more |John Gambold Unity (Daniel Read) |- |Unity (Daniel Read) | |Lo, what an entertaining sight |Isaac Watts Unity (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Unity (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Let strife forever cease |Anonymous Unity (William Billings) |- |Unity (William Billings) | |Tis by the faith of joys to come |Isaac Watts Upton (Timothy Swan) |- |Upton (Timothy Swan) | |All honor and praise |Charles Wesley Ur (Oliver Holden) |- |Ur (Oliver Holden) | |I love Thy habitation, Lord |Isaac Watts Urania (Solomon Howe) |- |Urania (Solomon Howe) | |To my almighty Savior's hand |Anonymous Utica (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Utica (Hezekiah Moors) | |O let my soul absorbed be |Elhanan Winchester Uxbridge (William Billings) |- |Uxbridge (William Billings) | |Our Father who in heaven art |Tate and Brady Valediction (Daniel Belknap) |- |Valediction (Daniel Belknap) | |Farewell, my friends, I must be gone |Samuel Crossman Vanity (Jacob French) |- |Vanity (Jacob French) | |Teach me the measure of my days |Isaac Watts Variety (Stephen Jenks) |- |Variety (Stephen Jenks) | |How shall I praise the eternal God |Isaac Watts Various Praise (Oliver Holden) |- |Various Praise (Oliver Holden) | |My God, my King, Thy various praise |Isaac Watts Venice (Jacob French) |- |Venice (Jacob French) | |Often I seek my Lord by night |Isaac Watts Venus (Elijah Griswold) |- |Venus (Elijah Griswold) | |Let every creature join |Isaac Watts Venus (Elisha West) |- |Venus (Elisha West) | |Behold, the lofty sky |Isaac Watts Vergennes (Oliver Holden) |- |Vergennes (Oliver Holden) | |My heart and soul cry out for Thee |Isaac Watts Vermont (Timothy Swan) |- |Vermont (Timothy Swan) | |Come, let us join our cheerful songs |Isaac Watts Vermont (William Billings) |- |Vermont (William Billings) | |In vain we lavish out our lives |Isaac Watts Vernal Day (Oliver Holden) |- |Vernal Day (Oliver Holden) | |When verdure clothes the fertile vale |Anne Steele Vernon (Amzi Chapin) |- |Vernon (Amzi Chapin) | |Lord, what a heaven of saving grace |Isaac Watts Verona (Oliver Holden) |- |Verona (Oliver Holden) | |Lord of the worlds above |Isaac Watts Verona (Timothy Swan) |- |Verona (Timothy Swan) | |From all that dwell below the skies |Isaac Watts Versailles (Alexander Johnson) |- |Versailles (Alexander Johnson) | |Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my song |John Stocker Victory (Daniel Read) |- |Victory (Daniel Read) | |Now shall my head be lifted high |Isaac Watts Victory (Oliver Brownson) |- |Victory (Oliver Brownson) | |Hosanna to the Prince of light |Isaac Watts Victory (Walter Janes) |- |Victory (Walter Janes) | |Angels, roll the rock away |Thomas Scott Victory (William Billings) |- |Victory (William Billings) | |To thine almighty arm we owe |Isaac Watts Vienna (Daniel Read) |- |Vienna (Daniel Read) | |My soul lies cleaving to the dust |Isaac Watts Vienna (Elisha West) |- |Vienna (Elisha West) | |How heavy is the night |Isaac Watts Vienna (Samuel Babcock) |- |Vienna (Samuel Babcock) | |Ye boundless realms of joy |Tate and Brady Vienna (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Vienna (Samuel Holyoke) | |O how distressing was the scene |Henry Alline Vine (Oliver Holden) |- |Vine (Oliver Holden) | |Behold the rose of Sharon here |Isaac Watts Virginia (Oliver Brownson) |- |Virginia (Oliver Brownson) | |Thy words the raging wind control |Isaac Watts Wallbrook (Aaron Williams) |- |Wallbrook (Aaron Williams) | |With thanks approach His awful sight |Isaac Watts Wallingsford (Asahel Benham) |- |Wallingsford (Asahel Benham) | |O praise ye the Lord, prepare a new song |Philip Doddridge Wallingsford (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Wallingsford (Hezekiah Moors) | |Jesus the righteous! Lo, he dies |Philip Doddridge Walpole (Abraham Wood) |- |Walpole (Abraham Wood) | |O, if my soul was formed for woe |Isaac Watts Waltham (Samuel Babcock) |- |Waltham (Samuel Babcock) | |Now to the power of God supreme |Isaac Watts Wantage (James P. Carrell) |- |Wantage (James P. Carrell) | |Come on, my partners in distress |Charles Wesley Warebridge (Oliver Shaw) |- |Warebridge (Oliver Shaw) | |The praises of my God and King |Anne Steele Wareham (William Billings) |- |Wareham (William Billings) | |My God, my life, my love |Isaac Watts Warren (Daniel Read) |- |Warren (Daniel Read) | |Stoop down, my thoughts, that use to rise |Isaac Watts Warren (Samuel Babcock) |- |Warren (Samuel Babcock) | |Sleep! downy sleep! come close my eyes |Thomas Flatman Washington (Anonymous) |- |Washington (Anonymous) | |Ye sons of men, with joy record |Philip Doddridge Washington (Reubin Monday) |- |Washington (Reubin Monday) | |Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord |Joseph Hart Washington (Stephen Jenks) |- |Washington (Stephen Jenks) | |When men grow bold in wicked ways |Isaac Watts Washington (William Billings) |- |Washington (William Billings) | |Lord, when thou didst ascend on high |Isaac Watts Washington-Street (William Billings) |- |Washington-Street (William Billings) | |Now shall my inward joys arise |Isaac Watts Watchman (James P. Carrell) |- |Watchman (James P. Carrell) | |Lo! he cometh, countless trumpets |John Cennick Waterford (Jacob Kimball) |- |Waterford (Jacob Kimball) | |To bless thy chosen race |Tate and Brady Watertown (Merit Woodruff) |- |Watertown (Merit Woodruff) | |Let earth and ocean know |Isaac Watts Watertown (Samuel Babcock) |- |Watertown (Samuel Babcock) | |Jesus! my shepherd and my friend |John Newton Weary Pilgrim (Daniel Belknap) |- |Weary Pilgrim (Daniel Belknap) | |Come, said Jesus' sacred voice |Anna Barbauld Weary Pilgrim (Oliver Holden) |- |Weary Pilgrim (Oliver Holden) | |Come, said Jesus' sacred voice |Anna Barbauld Weeping Mary (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Weeping Mary (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Come all ye mourning pilgrims now |Anonymous Weeping Nature (Stephen Jenks) |- |Weeping Nature (Stephen Jenks) | |Nature, she shows her weeping eyes |Isaac Watts Welcome (Oliver Holden) |- |Welcome (Oliver Holden) | |Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched |Joseph Hart Welcome Morn (Oliver Holden) |- |Welcome Morn (Oliver Holden) | |Again the Lord of life and light |Anna Barbauld Wenham (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Wenham (Samuel Holyoke) | |Lord, hear the voice of my complaint |Tate and Brady Wesley (William Moore) |- |Wesley (William Moore) | |With inward pain my heart-strings sound |Isaac Watts West Boston (William Billings) |- |West Boston (William Billings) | |Come ye lovers of the Lamb |James Relly West End (Oliver Holden) |- |West End (Oliver Holden) | |Awake, our souls; away, our fears |Isaac Watts West-Sudbury (William Billings) |- |West-Sudbury (William Billings) | |Here is a song, which doth belong |John Peck Westborough (Daniel Belknap) |- |Westborough (Daniel Belknap) | |A span is all that we can boast |Isaac Watts Westborough (Samuel Babcock) |- |Westborough (Samuel Babcock) | |Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts |Isaac Watts Westfield (1797) (Oliver Brownson) |- |Westfield (1797) (Oliver Brownson) | |Awake, my soul, to sound his praise |Joel Barlow Westfield (Elias Mann) |- |Westfield (Elias Mann) | |Now shall my inward joys arise |Isaac Watts Westfield (Oliver Brownson) |- |Westfield (Oliver Brownson) | |Mine eyes and my desire |Isaac Watts Westfield (William Billings) |- |Westfield (William Billings) | |Not to condemn the sons of men |Isaac Watts Westford (Daniel Read) |- |Westford (Daniel Read) | |Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone |Isaac Watts Westford (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Westford (Hezekiah Moors) | |Alas, the night! the autumnal eve |Anonymous Westminster (Nehemiah Shumway) |- |Westminster (Nehemiah Shumway) | |Thou great and sovereign Lord of all |Anonymous Weston (Samuel Babcock) |- |Weston (Samuel Babcock) | |Jesus, the Savior stands |Isaac Watts Wethersfield (Justin Morgan) |- |Wethersfield (Justin Morgan) | |Ye tribes of Adam, join |Isaac Watts Wethersfield (Timothy Olmsted) |- |Wethersfield (Timothy Olmsted) | |Give to our God immortal praise |Isaac Watts Weybossett Street (Oliver Shaw) |- |Weybossett Street (Oliver Shaw) | |Joy to the world! The Lord is come |Isaac Watts Whale Rock (Daniel Belknap) |- |Whale Rock (Daniel Belknap) | |Death, 'tis a melancholy day |Isaac Watts Wheelers Point (1770) (William Billings) |- |Wheelers Point (1770) (William Billings) | |On Thee who dwells above the skies |Tate and Brady Whitfield (Merit Woodruff) |- |Whitfield (Merit Woodruff) | |Come, thou almighty King |Anonymous Why weepest thou? (Oliver Holden) |- |Why weepest thou? (Oliver Holden) | |Why, O my soul, why weepest thou |Benjamin Beddome Wilks (William Billings) |- |Wilks (William Billings) | |Almighty God, eternal King |Perez Morton Williamsburgh (William Billings) |- |Williamsburgh (William Billings) | |Almighty God, whose boundless sway |William Billings Williamstown (Daniel Belknap) |- |Williamstown (Daniel Belknap) | |Almighty King of heaven above |Anonymous Willington (Elisha West) |- |Willington (Elisha West) | |Far be thine honor spread |Isaac Watts Wilmington (Elkanah Dare) |- |Wilmington (Elkanah Dare) | |Hark! the herald angels sing |Charles Wesley Wilmington (Samuel Babcock) |- |Wilmington (Samuel Babcock) | |Tis god that lifts our comforts high |Isaac Watts Wilton (Abraham Wood) |- |Wilton (Abraham Wood) | |Our days, alas! our mortal days |Isaac Watts Wilton (Stephen Jenks) |- |Wilton (Stephen Jenks) | |He formed the deeps unknown |Isaac Watts Windham (Daniel Read) |- |Windham (Daniel Read) | |Broad is the road that leads to death |Isaac Watts Windham (Oliver Brownson) |- |Windham (Oliver Brownson) | |Death! 'Tis a melancholy day |Isaac Watts Windsor (Daniel Read) |- |Windsor (Daniel Read) | |He gives the grazing ox his meat |Isaac Watts Windsor (Elisha West) |- |Windsor (Elisha West) | |Wide as the world is thy command |Isaac Watts Windsor New (Stephen Jenks) |- |Windsor New (Stephen Jenks) | |How pleased and blest was I |Isaac Watts Winsor (Daniel Read) |- |Winsor (Daniel Read) | |Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands |Isaac Watts Winter (Daniel Belknap) |- |Winter (Daniel Belknap) | |Now clouds the wintry skies deform |David Humphreys Winter (Daniel Read) |- |Winter (Daniel Read) | |His hoary frost, His fleecy snow |Isaac Watts Winter-Street (Oliver Holden) |- |Winter-Street (Oliver Holden) | |The saints should never be dismayed |William Cowper Winthrop (Jacob French) |- |Winthrop (Jacob French) | |Whom then in heaven, but thee alone |Tate and Brady Wintonbury (Stephen Jenks) |- |Wintonbury (Stephen Jenks) | |Alas, the brittle clay |Isaac Watts Wisdom (Jeremiah Ingalls) |- |Wisdom (Jeremiah Ingalls) | |Now in a song of grateful praise |Samuel Medley Woburn (Jacob Kimball) |- |Woburn (Jacob Kimball) | |Firm was my health, my day was bright |Isaac Watts Wondrous Love (James Christopher) |- |Wondrous Love (James Christopher) | |What wondrous love is this |Anonymous Woodbridge (Stephen Jenks) |- |Woodbridge (Stephen Jenks) | |My soul lies cleaving to the dust |Isaac Watts Woodford (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Woodford (Hezekiah Moors) | |Not from the dust afflictions grow |Isaac Watts Woodrow (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Woodrow (Samuel Holyoke) | |Praise ye the Lord, our God to praise |Tate and Brady Woodstock (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Woodstock (Hezekiah Moors) | |To the haven of thy breast |Charles Wesley Worcester (Abraham Wood) |- |Worcester (Abraham Wood) | |How beauteous are their feet |Isaac Watts Worcester (William Billings) |- |Worcester (William Billings) | |How short and hasty are our lives |Isaac Watts Worship (Anonymous) |- |Worship (Anonymous) | |Thus far the Lord has led me on |Isaac Watts Wrentham (Samuel Babcock) |- |Wrentham (Samuel Babcock) | |Methinks I hear the heavens resound |Anonymous Wrentham (William Billings) |- |Wrentham (William Billings) | |The God of glory sends His summons forth |Isaac Watts Yarmouth (Asahel Benham) |- |Yarmouth (Asahel Benham) | |As on some lonely building's top |Isaac Watts Yarmouth (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Yarmouth (Hezekiah Moors) | |Soon shall I quit this mortal shore |Henry Alline Yarmouth (Jacob Kimball) |- |Yarmouth (Jacob Kimball) | |My soul, repeat his praise |Isaac Watts Yarmouth (Samuel Holyoke) |- |Yarmouth (Samuel Holyoke) | |Adieu to earth with all your joy |Henry Alline York (Oliver Brownson) |- |York (Oliver Brownson) | |The God of glory sends his summons forth |Isaac Watts Zaara (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Zaara (Hezekiah Moors) | |O tell me no more |John Gambold Zina (Hezekiah Moors) |- |Zina (Hezekiah Moors) | |To God the mighty Lord |Tate and Brady Zion (Daniel Read) |- |Zion (Daniel Read) | |How did my heart rejoice to hear |Isaac Watts Zion (Oliver Holden) |- |Zion (Oliver Holden) | |Lo, what an entertaining sight |Isaac Watts Zion (Oliver Shaw) |- |Zion (Oliver Shaw) | |The hill of Zion yields |Isaac Watts Zoar (Daniel Read) |- |Zoar (Daniel Read) | |Far as Thy name is known |Isaac Watts