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  1. New Songs of Celebration Render; Let Us Praise the Name of the Lord; My Maker and My King; All People That on Earth Do Dwell; Lord of All Being, Throned Afar; O Morning Star, How Fair and Bright; O Sing a New Song to the Lord; O Praise Ye the Lord; Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise; God Is Our Song.
  2. Homemade Home made me love a small town Home made me wanna settle down in a home made For the two of us Everything I love is homemade Hey, what we got you can't get from a store Hey, the good stuff comes from the good Lord Homemade Home made me love a dirt road Home made me crave some ice cold homemade Sweet tea only mama knows how to make Homemade.
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  4. "The Mardi Gras Song" is a whole lot of funky fun, made slightly poignant by recent events (the opening line goes "They can rain on your parade, but they can't dampen your spirit"). It's hard for me to understand how anyone could give this a two-star review/5.
  5. Oct 20,  · Enjoy listening to i wrote a song one day - tate mcrae Lyricsshe stares at her ceiling once again sister reacts to song i wrote for her *she cried* - Duration:
  6. Nov 02,  · Dan Baird & Homemade Sin: Classic hard rock. Made in the USA. Feat. Dan Baird (ex-Georgia Satellites), Warner E. Hodges (Jason & The Scorchers), Mauro Magellan (ex-Georgia Satellites), Micke Nillson (ex-Bonefide).
  7. All Singing: The Elise Witt Songbook “Elise’s provocative songs ask you to think, to act, to enjoy, to fully engage in life. She invites you to stretch not only your voice, .
  8. HOMEMADE SONGS had been the title of one of the tracks on her and the band's early '70s TRACY NELSON/MOTHER EARTH album (the first time they'd been billed that way, and the first indication that she was leaning toward a solo career)/5.