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Away in a Manger
Away in the Manger is the first song
children learn for a Christmas song. I hope you enjoy my version... God
bless this Christmas season.
Ballad of the Mighty One
This song has a TX Music country feel to it.
You can Texas Two Step dance to this song...:-) Texas music is
very diverse. I think of the song "Wild Fire" by Michael Martin Murphey
because it is a great song about a horse.
I can only tell you this story through an instrumental.
The lyrics are having a hard time coming out of my heart. I have posted
them under lyrics if you care to read. I will not be singing this ever.....
It just breaks my heart more and it is already broken. This is inspired
by my late father and my Father in heaven. My daddy came to me in a dream
and this is what I have to say about it. I loved him and miss him so
much. He can never be replaced...... I Am Dancing With My Father....
This song lets the Octave mandolin take the lead. I do a little harp..and
double up on the guitar. I hope you enjoy and just kick back and let
my sound bring you peace.
Just another "Heartmusic" song....This recording
is a live one take cut. The open places are where I would like to put
other instruments, like harmonica or fiddle. I hope you like it. I am
still kind of working on this one.
Texas Americana. This song is written by a dear
friend of mine, Smokey Wilson. I put a hint of heart music to this song.
I hope you enjoy the listen. This is a one take live vocal, harmonica
and guitar. I tune to a drop down D
My Raptured Heart
"Listen, I tell you a mystery: We will not all
sleep, but we will all be changed-- in a flash, in the twinkling of an
eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be
raised imperishable, and we will be changed."
Dream your life...then live your dream.. My elderly
mother passed away recently. This was her favorite hymn. The lyrics are
original, but the melody is from my heart and soul. I hope you enjoy
my celebration of my mom entering the kingdom of God... Mary Sue Gottschall
was, is her name and she was a concert pianist...with a beautiful spirit.
Rest in peace mom, Nancy G
Mary Sue Mills Gottschall Oct. 25th, 1918- Nov.
4th 2004 I dedicate these lyrics and this song to the memory of my late
lovely mother who would have been 87 years young today, Oct 25th. In
just a few days will mark the day when her soul entered into eternity
where she will forever be with the Lord Jesus Christ.