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Lyr Req: The Little Brown Church in the Vale

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FOREST LAWN
THE CHURCH IN THE WILDWOOD


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Jennie 04 Jun 97 - 01:52 PM
Les Blank 04 Jun 97 - 02:53 PM
Jack 04 Jun 97 - 04:46 PM
Les Blank 04 Jun 97 - 04:52 PM
Les Blank 04 Jun 97 - 04:59 PM
joepasky@cyberlynk.net 04 Jun 97 - 07:29 PM
Susan of DT 04 Jun 97 - 08:11 PM
rich r 04 Jun 97 - 08:17 PM
joepasky@cyberlynk.net 04 Jun 97 - 08:33 PM
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Subject: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: Jennie
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 01:52 PM

Looked all over for this one and was surprised not to find it. Has anyone the lyrics? If you have here's a thanks in a advance.


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: Les Blank
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 02:53 PM

In its entirety:

http://www.acessone/~rwadams/h/littlebc.htm

Enjoy !!


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: Jack
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 04:46 PM

I have the music (four part vocal) from a collection of old christian quartet songbooks (c 1920 - most with both shape-note and standard notation) that I inherited from my Grandmother-in-law. If you have a fax, I could send you a copy.


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: Les Blank
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 04:52 PM

OOPS !!

Try http://www.accessone.com/~rwadams/h/littbc.htm

Sorry !!


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: Les Blank
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 04:59 PM

Wow !! What a day ! But I guarantee this one -- I just tried it.

http://www.accessone.com/~rwadams/h/littlebc.htm

If you still can't get I'll post the lyrics, assuming I can

remember where the keyboard is !!

Sorry , again !


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: joepasky@cyberlynk.net
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 07:29 PM

A little off thread, but does anyone have the lyrics to the parody:

Come to the church in the wildwood, Kindly place a contribution in the pail. Be as trusting and as _______ as a child would, And we'll sell you the church in the Dale.

Oh lay me down in Forest Lawn they understand there, They have a heavenly choir and a military band there. With a casket lined in fleece And fireworks spelling out 'Rest In Peace' Oh take me when I'm gone to Forest Lawn.

The name of the song is "Forest Lawn", sung by ???

thanks


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: Susan of DT
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 08:11 PM

Forest Lawn was written by Paxton


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: rich r
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 08:17 PM

FOREST LAWN written and recorded by Tom Paxton "Tom Paxton 6" (Elektra EKS 74066). Words and music in the book: "Tom Paxton Anthology" (1971 United Artists Music)

"Be as simple and as trusting as a child would"

rich r


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Subject: RE: come come come to the church in the wildwood
From: joepasky@cyberlynk.net
Date: 04 Jun 97 - 08:33 PM

Thanks for "Forest Lawn", folks. (Boy, that was quick. Two answers in less than 10 minutes). I'll have to visit here more often .... a knowledgeable and responsive group.

Thanks, all.

(Pardon the repeat post...did't expect an answer so quickly)

joe


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