select * from hymns where tunename matches "W*" order by tunename

War Department94b11sNo more shall the sound of the war-whoop be heard
Warrenton948, 7Come, thou fount of every blessing
Warwick291bC.M.Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearJ. Stanley
Washington67L.M.Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordMunday
Watchman284S.M.Shall wisdom cry aloud
Weary Pilgrim's Consolation29812, 11, 12, 11, 12, 12, 12, 11How sweet to reflect on the joys that await meC. H. Pare
Webster10S.M.Come, we that love the Lord
Weeping Saviour7bS.M.Did Christ o'er sinner's weep?
Welch1098, 4There's a friend above all others, O, how he loves!
Wells278L.M.Ye nations of the earth, rejoiceHoldroyd
Welton153bL.M.Thou great instructor, lest I strayMalan
Wesley114C.M.With inward pain my heart-strings soundMore
When I Am Gone30510s & 8sShed not a tear o'er your friend's early bierM. H. Turner
Whitestown135L.M.Where nothing dwelt but beasts of preyWard
Willoughby2778, 8, 6How precious, Lord, thy sacred word
Wilmot165b7sSinner, art thou still secure?
Windham48L.M.Broad is the road that leads to deathRead
Winter293C.M.His hoary frost, his fleecy snowReed
Wondrous Love25212, 9, 6, 6, 12, 9What wondrous love is this, oh! my soul!Christopher
Woodland110C.M. or 8, 6, 8, 8, 6This world's not all a fleeting show
Woodstock271C.M.Let ev'ry mortal ear attend
Worcester157S.M.How beauteous are their feet


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