I CAME TO HEAR THE SINGIN'
By: Fran Powers
Catalog ID: 259639   Duration: 2:49   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 91   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Spiritual Music | Gospel / Southern Gospel
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Female traditional gospel singing   Keywords: Worship, Praise, Gospel, Christian,



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Lyrics:
I CAME TO HEAR THE SINGIN’
Fran Powers – BMI

Chorus:
I CAME TO HEAR THE SINGING
I stayed to hear the preaching
I ended up believing in the Lord
Now I ‘m living by His Glory
I ‘m passing on His Story...
It’s the sweetest story that I’ve ever heard.

Verse 1: 
When I was just a kid, my folks sent me to Sunday School,
I mem-o-rized some scriptures, I still know the Golden Rule.
Didn’t pay to much attention. but I always loved the songs, 
So Jesus used my singin’ to bring me back where I belong.

Repeat chorus:

Verse 2: 
When it comes to ta1king, I can ‘t hardly say a word.
 I was taught that children should be seen, but seldom heard.
When somebody says, “Just speak right up”, then I can ‘t say a thing,
But you can’t hardly stop me, when I start in to sing.

Repeat chorus and out.

Copyright pending - Fran Powers Music – BMI

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