The Opening Buds of Springtime
Author: A. P. Welshman
Composer: Robert B. Baird
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Most common tunes for “The Opening Buds of Springtime”
This chart shows the tunes that are paired with this text most frequently, in hymnbooks and other collections published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If the text appears with the same tune in multiple editions or translations of the same hymnbook, it is only counted once.
Appearances of “The Opening Buds of Springtime” over time
This timeline shows which tunes have been used with this text over time, in hymnbooks and other collections published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
English (Original Language)
Sing with Me (1969), p. G-16
1. The opening buds of springtime, When birds so sweetly sing, Invite our tuneful voices, To praise the mighty King. Expanded flow’rs in summer, With fruits and fields of grain, Call for our hearts’ thanksgiving In music’s joyous strain.
2. The autumn’s varied colors, The garnered gifts of heav’n, Proclaim that for his bounty, Our praises should be giv’n. When winter spreads its mantle Of snowy crystals rare, Our gratitude we render For his protecting care.
3. Life’s full of grace and blessings From out his lib’ral hand; Then praise Jehovah ever, Ye Saints in ev’ry land.