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Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sings Hymns (Part 2) : I Love To Tell The Story / The Church In The Wildwood Album

Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sings Hymns (Part 2) : I Love To Tell The Story / The Church In The Wildwood Album Performer: Tennessee Ernie Ford
Album: Sings Hymns (Part 2) : I Love To Tell The Story / The Church In The Wildwood
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1964
Label: Capitol Records
Genre: Folk & World
Catalog #: HFC 1021
Size FLAC: 1183 mb.
Size MP3: 2725 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 263
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single




Tracklist


1The Church In The Wildwood
Adapted By, Arranged By – J. FascinatoWritten-By – E. J. Ford
2I Love To Tell The Story
Adapted By, Arranged By – J. FascinatoWritten-By – E. J. Ford


Credits


  • IllustrationN. Boyle


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A side): 45-32910
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): 45-32911
  • Rights Society: BIEM


Companies


  • Manufactured By – N.V. Bovema


Video



Album


Текст песни: 1. Face hymns and spiritual songs with wonderful truths and music. The song is melodious and pleasant to ones ear, but, if we are to love to tell the story then we must be willing to put ourselves in the place of its author, Katherine Hankey, who is describing her love to tell the story, of Jesus and His love and the message of salvation. Tennessee Ernie Ford 1919-91. Ernie recommends: 1st & 2nd stanzas: Solo voices. 4th stanza: All voices in unison. Tennessee Ernie Ford - The Church In The Wildwood. Tennessee Ernie Ford - I Love To Tell The Story. Tennessee Ernie Ford - The Home Over There Unavailable. Gospel Vocal Religious. Sings 22 Favorite Hymns. The Church in the Wildwood. William Savage Pitts. Tennessee Ernie Ford. Watch the video for The Church in the Wildwood from Tennessee Ernie Ford's All-Time Greatest Hymns for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Текст песни: I am weak but Thou art strong Jesus, keep me from all wrong Ill be satisfied as long As I walk, let me walk close to By Grace. I Love To Tell The Story. Asleep In Jesus. I Love to Tell the Story is a well-known hymn which was written as a poem by an English evangelist, Katherine Hankey. It was set to music by William G. Hankey had a serious spell of sickness while on a mission in Africa. During her long days of convalescence, she wrote a long on the life of Jesus in 1866 in two parts. The first part was a poem of fifty stanzas, titled The Story Wanted dated January 29, 1866 and second part titled The Story Told dated November 18, 1866. Come to the church by the wildwood Oh, come to the church in the vale No spot is so dear to my childhood As the little brown church in the vale. How sweet on a clear Sabbath morning To listen to the clear ringing bells Its tones so sweetly are calling Oh come to the church in the vale. Oh, come, come, come, come. There, close by the church in the valley Lies one that I loved so well She sleeps, sweetly sleeps, 'neath the willow Disturb not her