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Dewey OLD Gospel tunes (29) RE: OLD Gospel tunes 01 Sep 04

As For the Carters, Grave On the Green Hillside is Beautiful, Also Popular are Paul And Silas, Diamond In the Rough, Crying Holy Unto the Lord, and Tramp on the Street, Kneeling Drunkard Plea.

Another Gospel tune I love is, "The King is Coming" (The Marketplace is empty there's no traffic in the street)

Some of the Words to Old Country Church are:

There's a place dear to me
Where I'm Longing to Be
With My Friends at the Old Country Church

There with Mother We Went
And, Our Sundays Were Spent With My Friends
At the Old Country Church

Precious Years of Memories
Oh, What Joy They Bring To me,
How I Long Once More to Be
With My Friends At the Old Country Church

How I wish that Today
All the People Would Pray
As We Did In the Old Country Church

If they'd Only Confess
Jesus Surely Would Blessed
As He Did In the Old Country Church

As A Boy And As Man
In the Front Row I Would Stand
With My Dad In the Old Country Church

And the Father Above
With His Wonderful Love
Saved My Soul
In the Old Country Church

Too many years have past and I can't remember the last verse, but it is something like the following:

Dah, Dah, Dah Dah Dah Dah
For so many now rest
in there graves near the old country
Dah Dah Da Dah Dah Dah
Dah Dah Da, Dah dah Dah
Dah Dah Dah, Dah Dah DaH

Sorry, 'bout the lasp in memory but I hope at least some of the above helps you out!


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