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

O Come, Come Away144O come, come away! the Sabbath morn is passingW. Houser
Whitestown135L.M.Where nothing dwelt but beasts of preyWard
America27S.M.My soul, repeat his praiseWetmore
Florida120S.M.Let sinners take their courseWetmore
Transport15212, 11Ye children of Jesus, who're bound for the kingdomWhite and Davison
Long Sought Home302C.M.Jerusalem, my happy homeWilham Bobo
Alabama116C.M.Angels in shining order standWilliam Walker
Pacolet106b7, 6Shall men pretend to pleasureWm. Golightly, jr.
Disciple1238s & 7s D.Jesus, I my cross have takenWm. Houser
Dove of Peace89C.M.O tell me where the Dove has flownWm. Houser
Isles of the South8611sWake, Isles of the South! your redemption is nearWm. Houser
Sweet Gliding Kedron20011sThou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamWm. Houser
The Rock6011sIn seasons of grief to my GodWm. Houser
The Sailor's Home182L.M.When for eternal worlds we steerWm. M. Caudill and Wm. Walker
An Address for All99C.M.I sing a song which doth belongWm. Walker
Bruce's Address1327, 7, 7, 5, 7, 7, 7, 5Soldiers of the cross, ariseWm. Walker
Christian Prospect323L.M.We have our trials here belowWm. Walker
Come and Taste With Me1057, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 9, 6Come and taste, along with meWm. Walker
Complainer187, 6I am a great complainer, that bears the name of ChristWm. Walker
Contented Soldier314L.M.I've listed in the holy warWm. Walker
Dudley250C.M.When I can read my title clearWm. Walker
Faithful Soldier1227, 6O when shall I see JesusWm. Walker
French Broad265L.M.High o'er the hills the mountains riseWm. Walker
Hallelujah [1]107C.M.And let this feeble body failWm. Walker
Heavenly Armour93And if you meet with troublesWm. Walker
Hicks' Farewell19C.M.The time is swiftly rolling onWm. Walker
Humble Penitent1728, 7 (with refrain)Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgiveWm. Walker
In That Morning194L.M.Jesus, my all, to heav'n is goneWm. Walker
Indian's Farewell25b6 lines 7sWhen shall we all meet againWm. Walker
Invitation28, 7, 4Come, ye sinners, poor and wretchedWm. Walker
Jerusalem11L.M.Jesus my all to heav'n is goneWm. Walker
Louisiana628, 7Come, little children, now we mayWm. Walker
Millennium7512, 12, 12, 13The time is soon comingWm. Walker
Missionary Farewell3288, 7, 4Yes, my native land, I love theeWm. Walker
Mutual Love537, 6O when shall I see JesusWm. Walker
Pardoning Love268C.M.In evil long I took delightWm. Walker
Parting Hand113L.M.My Christian friends, in bonds of loveWm. Walker
Sincerity10111sHow firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordWm. Walker
Sweet Harmony5910sO tell me no more of this world's vain storeWm. Walker
Sweet Prospect137C.M.On Jordan's stormy banks I standWm. Walker
The Babe of Bethlehem788, 7Ye nations all, on you I callWm. Walker
The Christian's Conflicts1317, 6See how the wicked kingdomWm. Walker
The Christian's Hope748, 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 8, 6A few more days on earth to spendWm. Walker
The Good Old Way156L.M.Lift up your heads, Immanuel's friendsWm. Walker
The Good Physician497, 6How lost was my conditionWm. Walker
The Heavenly March253C.M.On Jordan's stormy banks I standWm. Walker
The Lone Pilgrim25611, 8, 11, 8I came to the place where the lone pilgrim layWm. Walker
The Sufferings of Christ858sA story most lovely I'll tellWm. Walker
The Watchman's Call65L.M.The watchmen blow the trumpet roundWm. Walker
Thorny Desert838, 7Dark and thorny is the desertWm. Walker
True Happiness1276, 6, 9, 6, 6, 9O, how happy are theyWm. Walker