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Mountain Warbler

The Mountain Warbler, Being a Collection of Original Songs and Recitations

Historical (Unofficial), English.
William Willes. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
1872. 1872 Edition. 142 songs.

Availability

Historical. This collection is out of print.

This edition is believed to be in public domain in the United States, either because it was published before 1923, or because it was published before 1964 and the copyright was not renewed. Any songs from before 1923 are in public domain and may be freely copied from their pre-1923 source. Note that individual songs written between 1923 and 1964 may still be copyrighted, even if the collection has fallen out of copyright.

Flake-Draper Number: 9866 (Mormon Bibliography, 1830–1930)
Chism Number: 94 (Selection of Early Mormon Hymnbooks, 1832–1872)

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Indexes

Contents

Original Songs(Return to top) Information Church Links Download Media

1. Up with the Mormons

Words: William Willes

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2. Come, all my young companions, who love the Sabbath School

Words: William Willes

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3. Each Sunday morning bright, we hie to school

Words: William Willes

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4a. Come, children, all unite

Words: William Willes

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4b. Come, boys and girls lend an ear

Words: William Willes

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6a. The Sabbath School’s a happy place

Words: William Willes

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6b. Children of the Sabbath School

Words: William Willes

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7. Children, children, raise your voices

Words: William Willes

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8. Schoolmates, let us all unite

Words: William Willes

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9. Mountain Boys of Deseret

Words: William Willes

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10. Love Truth

Words: William Willes

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11a. The Power of Truth

Words: William Willes

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11b. They Cry Deluded Mormons

Words: William Willes

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13. Roll On Thou Glorious Kingdom

Words: William Willes

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14. Beautiful Vales

Words: William Willes

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15. Give thanks O ye Saints, for the power of the Lord

Words: William Willes

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16. Hard Times Come Again No More

Words: William Willes

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17. Saints of God, Saints of God

Words: William Willes

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18. Deseret

Words: William Willes

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20. There Is a Place in Utah

Words: William Willes

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22. The Working Bee

Words: William Willes

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24. Home Manufactures

Words: William Willes

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25. Reformation Song

Words: William Willes

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27. Hope of Israel

Words: William Willes

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28. The Land of My Home

Words: William Willes

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29. A Mormon and a Saint

Words: William Willes

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31a. United, We Stand, Divided, We Fall

Words: William Willes

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31b. Co-operation

Words: William Willes

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32. Age of Wonders

Words: William Willes

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33. A glorious state is Deseret, our mountain home we prize

Words: William Willes

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34. This is the day that is famous in story

Words: William Willes

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35a. All hail, all hail the Twenty-Fourth

Words: William Willes

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35b. Come, brethren and sisters and join with me

Words: William Willes

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36. When the Saints first reached the mountains

Words: William Willes

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37. Come, haste to the Valleys far off in the West

Words: William Willes

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38. Of all the systems I can name

Words: William Willes

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39. In the vales of the mountains

Words: William Willes

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40. My mountain home to thee I’ve come

Words: William Willes

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41. Again I’ve reached my home

Words: William Willes

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42. The Mormon Creed I’ll now explain

Words: William Willes

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43. I’m a merry-hearted Mormon, by the truth I’m set free

Words: William Willes

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45a. I’m glad I am in these high mountains

Words: William Willes

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45b. Ho, all ye brave Battalion boys

Words: William Willes

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46. Come all who would be happy and useful here below

Words: William Willes

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48. When first I saw the city ’twas low, in a low place

Words: William Willes

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49. Oh dear, I’m sad, I’ve got the blues

Words: William Willes

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50. When first I left the city my heart was low and sad

Words: William Willes

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51. The world has been handling the bone of contention

Words: William Willes

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52. We’ve built this house my brethren dear

Words: William Willes

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53. Within these walls we now assemble

Words: William Willes

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54. They’ve sung of heroes brave and strong

Words: William Willes

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55a. Who scans the toil, the fret and moil of woman in her sphere

Words: William Willes

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55b. The Lord is coming—Saints prepare

Words: William Willes

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56a. Sisters, sisters, O how charming

Words: William Willes

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56b. The time has arrived when this sisterly union

Words: William Willes

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57. Some one to love, one to caress

Words: William Willes

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58a. A year, with all its toils and cares

Words: William Willes

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58b. Some think our State should be called Utah

Words: William Willes

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59. There is one thing that troubles me

Words: William Willes

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60. There is a people in the West, the world call Mormonites in jest

Words: William Willes

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61a. Let us speak of a man as we find him

Words: Eliza Cook; William Willes

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61b. Over the mountain waves see where they come

Words: Anon.; William Willes

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62. O, its cruel and absurd to kill the little birds

Words: William Willes

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63. Come, children, I pray you

Words: William Willes

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64. Lo, freedom’s banners waving

Words: Emily Woodmansee

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65. Good time coming

Words: G. D. Watt

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66. All are talking of Utah

Words: John Silvanus Davis

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67. Tithing

Words: Henry Maiben

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68. We’ll see Joseph Smith and Hyrum with the just upon Mount Zion

Words: Unknown

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69. Love at Home

Words: John Hugh McNaughton

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70. Twenty years ago

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A

71. American National Hymn

Adapt.: William Willes

Words: Samuel F. Smith

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72. The dearest spot of earth to me is home, sweet home

Words: W. T. Wrighton

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73. The Mountain Dell

Words: John Lyon

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74a. Rouse, brothers, rouse, the way is long before us

Words: C. McKay

Music: N/A

74b. Merry Mormons

Words: Matthew Rowan

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76. I sing of a land of liberty—Utah

Words: Charles W. Penrose

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77. The Kingdom of God, or nothing

Words: Isaac Nash

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78a. O, Lord, this morning we have met

Words: Unknown

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78b. Thanks we give most gracious Father

Words: John Kelly

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79. Waft the news, ye heavenly breezes

Words: Unknown

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80. Ancient Hymn of the Primitive church

Words: St. Clement of Alexandria

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81. In the days we had no Sunday school, a long time ago

Words: N.

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82. Glory to thee, our country’s God

Words: Unknown

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83. Hark! ’tis Zion’s children singing

Words: B. Lang

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84. We hail the day—the glorious day

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A

86. In our lovely Deseret

Words: Eliza R. Snow

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87. Hearts and homes, sweet words of pleasure

Words: Unknown

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88a. Nay, speak no ill, a kindly word

Words: Anon.

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88b. Beautiful star, in heaven so bright

Words: James Sayles

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89a. I live for those who love me, whose hearts are kind and true

Words: George Linnaens Banks

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89b. To the west, to the west, to the land of the free

Words: C. McKay

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90. Come, let us be happy together

Words: William Fowler

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91a. I’d rather live in Utah than palaces elsewhere

Words: Unknown

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91b. There’s a song that all are singing in this merry land of ours

Words: C. C. Goodwin

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92. Wife, children and friends

Words: Unknown

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93. O, come, come to-day, when plenty smiles to please us

Words: William W. Phelps

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94. The place of my birth it is dear to me yet

Words: Andrew Dalrymple

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95. Try, try again

Words: T. H. Palmer

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96. O wouldst thou from bondage and strife be free

Words: Charles W. Penrose

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97. Blow gently, ye wild winds with frost in your breath

Words: Charles W. Penrose

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98. When first I joined the Mormons

Words: Unknown

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99. List to my song, O, ye down-trodden nations

Words: Unknown

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100a. Keep your mouth shut, and breath through your nose

Words: Unknown

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100b. By intercourse with spirits bright and fair

Words: Unknown

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101a. O, Brigham, the friend of the brow-beaten Saints

Words: Unknown

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101b. There is a chain a mighty chain

Words: Unknown

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102a. In the drama of life it is plain to be seen

Words: Unknown

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102b. What is a man? I now will ask

Words: Unknown

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103a. “Come to mother,” is the winning word

Words: Unknown

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103b. Patience, thou beauteous gem of life

Words: Unknown

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104a. On a festive day, as poets say

Words: Unknown

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104b. Improvement stamp on all you do

Words: Unknown

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105a. Female modesty, and easy noble grace

Words: Unknown

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105b. Thine attributes, O, Lord, what mortal scan

Words: Unknown

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105c. Faith is the confidence we exercise

Words: Unknown

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106b. Justice unchanging, to Thee, O Lord belongs

Words: Unknown

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106c. Mercy, who knows thy depth or who can scan

Words: Unknown

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106d. Judgement so stern, unbending in its mien

Words: Unknown

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107a. Truth, thou glorious attribute of Deity

Words: Unknown

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107b. Power alone, belongs to Thee, O Lord

Words: Unknown

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107c. It chanced upon a time

Words: Unknown

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108. O dear, ’its hard to scorn a tale of love

Words: Unknown

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109a. Govern all your actions by the rule of right

Words: Unknown

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109b. My little faithful ticking friend

Words: Unknown

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109c. All nations have their emblems

Words: Unknown

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Selected Recitations(Return to top) Information Church Links Download Media

110. Though cuts in the mountains

Words: Jabez Woodward

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111. Up this world and down this world

Words: Unknown

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112. Oft I’ve heard a gentle mother

Words: Unknown

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113. Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud?

Words: Unknown

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114. A man in his carriage came riding along

Words: Unknown

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115. My son, be this thy simple plan

Words: Unknown

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116a. Judge not, lest ye be judged again

Words: Unknown

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116b. Little drops of water, little grains of sand

Words: Anon.

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117a. Very little efforts, made from day to day

Words: William Willes

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117b. Hail, Holy Bible! test of sacred truth!

Words: Hannah King

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117c. There’s liberty in the mountain breeze

Words: Edward Hanham

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118. Through the gorges grand and gloomy

Words: E. Z. C. Judson Sr.

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119a. Hope on, my heart and take thy fill

Words: William Willes

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119b. Many people in the nations

Words: William Willes

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120. Let us co-operate, ’tis the wisdom of ages

Words: Edward Hanham

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121. O, say have you heard of the famed mountain home

Words: B. J. Beer

Music: N/A

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