Author:Charles Albert Tindley
- New songs of the gospel (1900) OCLC:50001533all editions
- We'll understand it by and by ((OCLC|60777129}}
- New Songs of Paradise, 1916: The Paradise Publishing Co. OCLC:32470623all editions, 1934 OCLC:52129025all editions
- Spiritual songs, 1930 OCLC:70679679all editions
- Book of Sermons, 1932 OCLC:10074845all editions
- Poems and writings of the late Rev. Chas. Albert Tindley, 1934 OCLC:173405292all editions
- After a While
- Beams of Heaven
- Better Day Is Coming By and By, A
- Better Home, A
- Christ is the Way
- From Youth to Old Age
- Go Talk with Jesus about It
- Go Wash in the Beautiful Stream
- Have You Crossed the Line?
- Heaven’s Christmas Tree
- Here Am I, Send Me
- He’ll Take You Through
- Heavenly Union, The
- Home of the Soul, The
- I Believe It
- I Have Found at Last a Savior
- I Know the Lord Will Make a Way
- I Shall Overcome (1903)
- I Will Go, if My Father Holds My Hand
- I’ll Be Satisfied
- I’ll Overcome Some Day
- I’m Going to Die with My Staff in My Hand
- I’m Going There
- In Me (© 1923)
- It May Be the Best for Me
- Joyous Anticipation
- Just Today (© 1923)
- Leave It There
- Let Jesus Fix It for You (© 1923)
- Lord, I’ve Tried
- Lord Will Make the Way, The
- Mountain Top Dwelling
- My Secret of Joy
- Nothing Between
- Our Suffering Jesus
- Pilgrim’s Song, The
- Saved and Satisfied (© 1923)
- Some Day
- Someone Is Waiting for Me
- Spiritual Spring Time
- Stand by Me (1905)
- Storm Is Passing Over, The
- Stranger Cut the Rope, A
- We’ll Understand It Better By and By
- What Are They Doing in Heaven? (1901)
- Will You Be There?
- Your Faith Has Saved You
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