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The songs from these two albums impressed that 6-year-old freckled face kid in such a deep way that I have now both albums downloaded on my iPod. Later, he just saved up his song tithing and did complete gospel albums. My eyes watered and my nose stung, thinking of Daddy singing bass from his place on the front pew, of Mama singing from her hymn book and my cousin, Lynn, and I singing alto as loud as we could. As I watched the performance, it suddenly occurred to me that many children will grow up, not knowing that hymns have parts that, when combined, make harmonies from voices in different ranges. We sing by shaped notes, a skill taught throughout the early Appalachians. This took some figuring out by Tink, who grew up in a Presbyterian church that sang dignified, classical hymns while my church let go joyously whenever we sang Albert Brumley, Cleavant Derricks or any songwriter published by the Stamps-Baxter Company.
Marcie had a twin sister and another close childhood friend. When the three girls were little, they liked the seesaw—one girl on each end, the third girl in the middle. But three girls often have a hard time playing together. When the song ended, it was time for the girl in the middle to have her turn on one of the ends. I hear that a lot. The mothers of many of my elderly listeners played the piano and sang, a common form of entertainment in a time so different from the one we now live in.
Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. I remember when I was a lad Times were hard and things were bad But there's a silver linin' behind every cloud Just poor people, that's all we were Trying to make a livin' out of black land dirt But we'd get together in a family circle singin' loud Daddy sang bass Mama sang tenor Me and little brother would join right in there Singin' seems to help a troubled soul One of these days and it won't be long I'll rejoin them in a song I'm gonna join the family circle at the Throne No, the circle won't be broken By and by, Lord, by and by Daddy sang bass Mama sang tenor Me and little brother would join right in there In the sky, Lord, in the sky. Fehlerhaften Songtext melden. Songtext kommentieren. E-Mail Adresse.
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Daddy sang bass, Mama sang tenor. Me and little brother would join right in there . Singing seems to help a troubled soul. One of these days and it won't be long.
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