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Peerless Quartet, John Seagle - Leonard Stokes - Oh, Where Is My Wandering Boy To-Night? / Work, For The Night Is Coming flac album

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A Peerless Quartet* Oh, Where Is My Wandering Boy To-Night?
B John Seagle - Leonard Stokes Work, For The Night Is Coming

Popular Covers by John Seagle - Leonard Stokes. Originally by Haydn Quartet. Life's Railway to Heaven. Originally by Edward Allen and Charles Hart. Released on Life's Railway to Heaven (1929). Just as I Am. Originally by (unknown), Steve Porter. Released on The Ninety and Nine (1930). Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.

Authoritative information about the hymn text Work, for the Night is Coming, with lyrics, MIDI files, printable scores, PDF files, and audio recordings. Give every flying minute Something to keep in store; Work, for the night is coming, When man works no more. 3 Work for the night is coming, Under the sunset skies: While their bright tints are glowing, Work, for daylight flies. Work till the last beam fadeth, Fadeth to shine no more; Work, while the night is dark'ning, When man's work is o'er. Source: Hymns of Faith All representative texts, Compare texts ^ top.

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Scripture: Mark 13:34; John 9:4. Work Song. Work when the day grows brighter, Work in the glowing sun; Work, for the night is coming, When man’s work is done. Work, for the night is coming, Work through the sunny noon; Fill brightest hours with labor, Rest comes sure and soon. Work, for the night is coming, Under the sunset skies; While their bright tints are glowing, Work, for daylight flies. Work till the last beam fadeth, Fadeth to shine no more; Work, while the night is dark’ning, When man’s work is o’er

The boy of my tend'rest care; The boy that was once my joy and light, The child of my love And prayer. O where is my boy to-night? O where is my boy to-night? My heart o'erflows, For I love him, he knows; O where is my boy to-night? Once he was pure as morning dew, As he knelt at his mother's knee; No face was so bright, no heart more true. And none was so sweet as h. Chorus. O could I see him now, my boy, As fair as in olden time; When prattle and smile made home a joy, And life was a merry chime.

Home Poets Jones, Evan Where is my wandering boy tonight? Where is my wandering boy tonight? by Evan Jones From book: Recognitions. Whether they're intellectuals or bums (not that the two are mutually exclusive), the insecure sons of insecure mums yearn towards something elusive. Nature intrigues them: they explore the plumage and flight of birds; the farthest peaks, the ocean's floor are their domain, at least in words. Good people, warm in your beds tonight pray for the boys who wander from insight through darkness to insight to your enlightenment, to your wonder. From book: Recognitions. Your selection contains: 0 poems.