need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

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need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by Guest » Mon Oct 05, 2009 12:28 am

I can call Jesus anytime oh yes I can
he is always on the line
he is king almighty
lord god is his name
I can call Jesus any time
angelwings
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need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by angelwings » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:11 pm

When I am in trouble, fighting for the right
you know, i can call on Jesus any time
when the billow raging. and my spirit is low
well I can call on Jesus anytime.
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need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 06, 2009 10:39 pm

is there more to the song ?
angelwings
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need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by angelwings » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:08 pm

yes but I can't remember the second verse I will try and find it.
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need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by Guest » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:29 pm

When I get in trouble fighting for the right
Well you know I can call Jesus any time
When I feel discouraged he will lead me on
Well you know I can call Jesus any time

I can call Jesus anytime oh yes I can
He is always on the line
He is king almighty
Lord god is his name
I can call Jesus anytime

When the storm is raging and the billows roll
Well you know I can call Jesus any time
When my heart is heavy and my spirit's low
Well you know I can call Jesus any time
Guest

need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by Guest » Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:23 pm

I am looking for the sheet music for "I Can Call Jesus Anytime". Can anyone help me? Thank you
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need lyrics to - I can call Jesus anytime

Post by Guest » Tue Mar 08, 2011 8:36 am

Chuck Wagon Gang recorded this song & I believe you can find all their songs on their website. This Depression era family group, started so they could keep eating thru hard times, has been active since 1936 in one configuration or the other. I believe they sang secular songs, too, when they first got started but now the group only sings what I call "Western Gospel." What I like best about them is the hopeful peppiness of most of their songs...like it is just bubbling up from the bottom of their souls. If you have an ounce of Christian teaching, this is a good growth venue. Great pure roots music. & don't let anybody dictate the fallacy that music is ONLY emotion.
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