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Veteran's Day Lyrics 2

lg-bullet-gold.gif (1240 bytes) This Old Radio Of Mine

Words & Music By:
John Voit & Red Johnson
Pub: 2000 Count Music BMI

This song was brought to me by John Voit, (who is also the producer of this project) I sat down with him and we added a couple of verses and it sounded good so I recorded it. It deals with the changes in country music, right or wrong.

1. I remember daddys' stories, Bout his trip to Tennessee
How he saw E T and Lefty, on the Grand Ol Opry

Son I wish you still could hear, Ol Hank and Patsy Cline
The way they used to sound on this, Old Radio Of Mine

2. There's changes at the Opry, Music Row and TNN
And the legends we all loved, have been scattered to the wind
You won't hear Roy Acuff Son, or Johnny walk the line
The way it used to sound on this, Old Radio Of Mine

Cho:
It was real country music, crying steel and lead guitars
Fiddles dripping honey, for lovers in their cars
You'd hear those love and cheatin songs
Bout drinking too much wine
Oh the way they used to sound on this, Old Radio Of Mine

3. Now country musics new breed, they're all singing like a bird
If it were'nt for rock guitars and drums, they'd be the best I've heard
They play them on the big top ten, and that would be just fine
If It sounded like it did on this, Old Radio Of Mine

4. When you get old and tired Son, and thinking back of me
Take my old friend and tune it to, the Grand Ol Opry
When daddy gave it to me, T'was the best of it's kind
Real country always played on this, Old Radio Of Mine

Cho:
I guess I'm from the Old School, I like music pure and sweet
When Patsy, Hank and Lefty, would bring them to their feet
Some folks think it's just old stuff, but so is vintage wine
I heard the best there was on this, Old Radio Of Mine

Tag:
Real country always played on this, Old Radio Of Mine

lg-bullet-gold.gif (1240 bytes) Sunday Will Come Again

Words and Music By: Red Johnson
Pub: 2000 Count Music BMI

If ever a story needs to be told it is this one.It is a true story told to me by my Daughter who was working in a nursing home at that time. This lady got up every sunday morning, dressed in her very best and waited for the kids that never came. But then maybe next sunday they will.

1. She's up on Sunday morning, Does her face and does her hair
She wants to look her best, The kids will soon be there
So she watches from her window, as the hours come and go
And patiently she's waiting, for a car that she will know

2. As daylight turns to darkness, She lays back across her bed
And pages through her pictures, And gives them her love instead
There's no need for forgiveness, Eyes that love can see no wrong
Cause a Mothers love is special, She will see them before long

Cho:
Cause Sunday Will Come Again, And they'll stop by to see her then
That's what she's said since, "who knows when", Sunday Will Come Again

3. She didn't wake this morning, Yet she's in her Sunday best
The angels came to see her, Then took her home to rest
Time slipped away so quickly, How this took them by surprise
She heard very few hello's, Now can she hear their good-byes

Cho:
But Sunday Will Come Again, And the only thing that's changed since then
Is a different time and place for them, Sunday Will Come Again
Yes Sunday Will Come Again, And just the way It's always been
New fingers on the same old violin, Sunday Will Come Again

Tag:
New fingers play the same old violin, And Sunday Will Come Again

 


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