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"The Long, Lonely Road," A Song's Lyrics by the late Duane L. Smith, Bible School Course Writer for the Emmaus Walk

"Someday," his own Negro Spiritual-inspired Song by Ronald Ginther

New stanzas for some famous songs:

"New Stanzas," by Ronald Ginther

"Hell-Bound," by Duane L. Smith

This song is one I adapted from the once famous song on the radio by a still well-known recording artist I cannot recall to name, "You Are So Wonderful to Me," using the music but substituting my own lyrics. I have sung it in churches where I attended, and in the waiting room of Heathrow Airport in London it was well-received by a fellow detainee, a young Syrian Moslem man. A misguided Polish Catholic young man, was not so receptive, since he stated we cannot know God personally. If that is so, he has his church, supposedly, to stand with him before God, not Christ. I doubt that will pass with God, for Christ said: "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life, no man comes to the Father but by Me."

Though I do not name Jesus in it, it is obvious by referring to "Master," and "Lord and King," Jesus only whom I am singing about!--Ronald Ginther

"You Are So Wonderful, Lord"

You are so wonderful,

so wonderful to me!

You are so wonderful,

so wonderful to me...can't you see?

You are my Lord and King,

Master of everything,

you are so wonderful, so wonderful to me!


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