Flo Price & Paul Mickelson Ensemble - Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Flo Price & Paul Mickelson Ensemble - Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING Not Rated
LABEL: Word W3072LP
FORMAT: 12 inch vinyl Album

Reader Comments

Posted by Wayne in Greensboro, NC @ 23:12 on Aug 15 2016

I can give you the lyrics to Flo's Sunday Morning almost word for word.

Wonder just how many bricks are between those candlesticks,
What do you suppose we’ll have for dinner?
And how come Missus West always wears that same red dress?
She really isn’t getting any thinner!
Wow, it’s getting close to time for the game on channel nine,
Want to see O.J. return that punt.
These seats are getting hard, good thing I was on my guard
That usher almost had me down in front!

What a funny word, behoove! Look, those bricks begin to move
If I close one eye real fast and then the other.
Got to file that broken nail, Grandpa Johnson looks so pale
I really ought to write to my brother.
Glad I woke up just in time, oh, forgot to give my dime,
Wonder why he’s looking straight at me.
Did I do something wrong? Oh, I’d better sing along
More love to thee! More love to thee!

So my friends if this is true, and playing church is what you do
Please listen now and heed this solemn warning.
Oh you can’t fool God, you’ll find He knows just what’s on your mind
As you meet to worship Him
On Sunday morning!

Posted by Bob Harvey in Hermitage Tn @ 07:04 on May 26 2010

In the early 1960's Flo Price made a record called Bright New World on the word label with Ralph Carmichael. I'm looking for the score to a couple of songs she used and I think wrote. Is there any way to come up with them?
One song is You're walking down Sunshine Lane, And the other is Thoughts on a Sunday Morning.

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