I AM LOOKING FOR THE LYRICS TO AN OLD SONG - WALK ON THE WATER

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I AM LOOKING FOR THE LYRICS TO AN OLD SONG - WALK ON THE WATER

Post by Guest » Tue Jul 24, 2007 8:28 pm

IF ANYONE HAS THE LYRICS TO "WALK ON THE WATER" I WOULD REALLY
LIKE TO HAVE THEM. I THINK KEVIN SPENCER SINGS THE SONG. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
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I AM LOOKING FOR THE LYRICS TO AN OLD SONG - WALK ON THE WATER

Post by Guest » Fri Jul 27, 2007 3:48 am

I Believe for every drop of rain; Looking for artist and lyrics recording
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I AM LOOKING FOR THE LYRICS TO AN OLD SONG - WALK ON THE WATER

Post by SingerForGod » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:47 am

I BELIEVE
Words & Music by:
Ervin Drake, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl & Al Stillman
In 1953 was recorded by Frankie Laine

Verse 1:
I believe for ev'ry drop of rain that falls,
a flower grows.
I believe that somewhere in the darkest night,
a candle glows.
I believe for ev'ry-one who goes astray,
someone will come to show the way.
I believe, I believe.

Verse 2:
I believe above the storm the smallest pray'r
will still be heard.
I believe that someone in the great somewhere
hears ev'ry word.
Ev'ry time I hear a new-born baby cry,
or touch a leaf, or see the sky,
Then I know why --- I believe.

Note: Here is some information that was included with the lyrics in the songbook this was taken from. Thought it might be of interest to others.

Jane Froman, preparing a television show in 1952, one day happened to see a letter from a serviceman then in Korea. She and her team of writers, particularly Ervin Drake who later recalled the incident, created "I Believe" as their reply to him and to everyone seeking a way to put honest basic faith into words. This was a "song that would give the average person hope", Drake said. Miss Froman's performance on the show "USA CANTEEN" was a great success, and the following year Frankie Laine's recording sold a million copies. As a result, he used the music practically as a theme song. Hit Parade analysts named "I Believe" the most successful song of 1953, and it was the Christophers' award as the finest inspirational tune of the year.
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I AM LOOKING FOR THE LYRICS TO AN OLD SONG - WALK ON THE WATER

Post by Smaxie » Sun Jul 29, 2007 5:24 pm

Audio Adreniline had a song called Walk on water on there Bloom CD. Hope this helps.
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