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Posted:  19 Oct 2014 10:05
Please help me find the complete lyrics of these two(2) songs of  the 70's.  The first song goes like this,  Don't you wonder why the stars are in the sky  they're telling you and I of the glory of God. Every towering tree.....?
.........?  of the glory of God.
Some of the lyrics of the second song are these,  I found a new way to brighten my path each day as I traveled along ..........? Now He's with me to stay, I found a new way.
I would be very grateful if you could provide to me lyrics of these songs which I remembered sung by my elder brother (who has gone with the Lord years ago) when I was yet a child.
Posted:  19 Oct 2014 17:08
I think your first request is Psalm 19 by Sonny Salsbury
Don’t you wonder why, the stars are in the sky?
They’re telling you and I of the glory of God.
And every towering tree, is there for folks to see.
So there no doubt can be of the glory of God?
So, let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart,
so the same thing for Thee. And, a witness be – to the glory of God.
Posted:  20 Oct 2014 12:34
Thank you so much for this lyrics.  I'm more than happy to have it. God bless
Posted:  20 Nov 2014 08:16
The second verse:  Comes the morning sun, to make the darkness run, and say that day's begun for the glory of God; when the shadows fall, and the night winds call, they're telling one and all of the glory of God, So let the words of my mouth... It's a great song.  We sang it in Christian HS in the 70's
Posted:  18 Nov 2017 18:12
That we used to sing in high school in San Jose ca
Posted:  18 Nov 2017 23:26
Hi Guest
What High School did you go to in San Jose CA and what years?
Nancy
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