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Additional Verses: I've got the peace that passes understanding down in my heart I've got the love of Jesus, love of Jesus, down in my heart I've got the wonderful love of my blessed redeemer way down in the depths of my heart76K wav file (first verse) freeI've Got the Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy [Music Download]By Wonder Kids / Wonder WorkshopFree preview online - download wma instantly.From CBDBack to Top He's Got the Whole World in His Hands**He's got the whole world in His hands, He's got the whole world in His hands, He's got the whole world in His hands, He's got the whole world in His hands! He's got the itty, bitty, baby in His handsHe's got momma and papaHe's got you and me, sister, in His handsHe's Got The Whole World In His Hands (Children Vocal) [Music Download]By Twin Sisters ProductionsFree online preview - download wma file immediately.From CBD.Back to Top Father Abraham Had Many Sons Father Abraham, had many sons, Many sons had Father Abraham, I am one of them, and so are you, So let's all praise the Lord! (right hand, left hand, right foot, left foot) 80k Windows Media Video (entire song)




Bush The People That We Love MP3 Download



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Chocolate City Releases Love and Chocolate Vol 2 Compilation. Stream and Play Now Chocolate City Releases Love and Chocolate Vol. 2 Playlist Compilation. This playlist holds in its grasp the memories of how Love was from the early days of Chocolate City artists to now. It's a playlist that people can listen to while enjoying each other's lovely company.


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Originally recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell in 1967, this Ashford and Simpson-penned song was covered by Diana Ross three years later, becoming a hit. The original, however, is still the most uplifting version, full of hope and determination, proving that love can conquer anything that stands in its way. If at all possible, seek out the live version to take the motivational factor up to stratospheric heights.


This simple, stripped-down ode to being your best authentic self has been striking a chord with outsiders for over three decades. It's been particularly embraced by the LGBT+ community, one Lauper has supported for years, so it's heartening to know that she co-founded the True Colors Fund in 2008 to help fight homelessness among queer young people.


NOTES: The grand scheme of this whole thing happened as it was being written/recorded. I realized that a lot of ideas that I have never happen because I can't think of a good way to write them down. Then after I DO write them down, I don't remember EXACTLY how I thought they should go so I can give them to the other people I'm in a band with. When The Arrogant Sons of Bitches went on hiatus, I no longer had a band. For a while this made me think "well, I have no reason to write music 'cause who's gonna play it." After giving up for a couple of months, I started working on a few cover songs including Harvey Danger's "Pike St. - Park Slope." It was a lot of fun to take someone else's ideas and try and make them my own, and since those songs were already on other records I could play around with them and make my own versions and stuff and even if it sucked there was already far better versions of these songs elsewhere. The ideas I came up with rarely sounded like those songs that I was actually covering and I started taking those ideas and putting them into my own songs with my own chords and words. Then one day I was sitting in my bedroom and I thought of the "I'm checkin' out" line in "Sweet Home Cananada." and I liked it a LOT and didn't want to forget it, so I recorded it on my computer with Garageband and the 'internal microphone' which is located SOMEWHERE that I don't know. I really liked it, played it for some people and they liked it too. I already knew I kinda wanted to start a band based on certain ideas, but now I had a song to do it with too. After that, I started recording every idea I had, 60% of them were good. Eventually they slowly and surely became songs. These recordings were mostly done in a bedroom with a Powerbook computer, MBox, ProTools and a one-hundred dollar microphone called the Oktava MK-319 (except for "sweet home cananada which was recorded on the Powerbook's internal microphone) . Some vocals were recorded at the Fad's practice space so I didn't have to piss off my neighbors by cursing as loudly as possible well past dinnertime. I also inclued "Future 86" which was a song I recorded last summer in my bedroom with a SM-58 and Cool Edit. Also, there are backing vocals on that by The Arrogant Sons of Bitches (recorded in a van), The Know How and around 100 kids in a barn in Massachusettes.


BLOW YOUR BRAINS OUT ON LIVE TV!!! (Buffalo/Manhattan/Long Island) The two hardcore songs on the album are both revolved around a string of thoughts I had on the subway, possibly while drunk. I had written a lot of songs while I lived in Manhattan while riding subway trains or walking around and while they generally sucked, I could always salvage some of the melodies and make them into different better songs. Anyway, I hadn't been in New York for a real long time and I had scrawled down a bunch of notes/chords and the words "Blow Your Brains Out on Live TV!!!" All that stuff didn't really work together, so I took that chorus and added it to a song that I wrote in my girlfriend's basement in Buffalo during the five minutes that I decided I wanted to have a strictly 80's hardcore band. This was around the time that Bush got re-elected and that guy killed himself at the WTC site and I thought that was a bold protest statement for whatever reason. So I was in the shower and I was thinking about Bud Dwyer and the infamous moment when he killed himself in front of Congress or whoever it was and how he's famous now. Fox was saying "some stupid protester kills himself because of Bush and disgraces 9/11" which I always think is bullshit. I was in the shower thinking about this and thought about "Hey Man Nice Shot" which I believe is about that dude and how when I went to school, we visited the Museum of Television and Radio and they talked about crazy shit like that which gets televised. The point of this story is that name-checking Filter and the Museum of Television and Radio in the same sentence is one of the only things I've ever written that I look at people and say "see... see... i can be funny too" with my eyes. 041b061a72


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