"I Sing for Joy" as written by Gary Scott Burr, Donald R. Williams and Douglas Michael Johnson....
When I was younger, the hunger came calling
And humbly I answered each rising and falling
I will not surrender at this wiser and tender age
I turn the page

[Chorus]
And I sing for Joy
For the smile that it brings, from the heart
Through these guitar strings
It was only noise, till her love put a song
In the soul of this good ole boy
I sing for Joy

When I was lonely, my angel found me
She sweetly and gently wrapped her arms around me
And the demons that chased me, gave up and faded away
Now I can sing

[Chorus]
And I sing for Joy
For the smile that it brings, from the heart
Through these guitar strings
It was only noise, till her love put a song
In the soul of this good ole boy
I sing for Joy

Who could come nearer, to making life clearer
The time we're together grows dearer and dearer
When I must travel and I have to leave her alone
She's in my song

[Chorus]
And I sing for Joy
For the smile that it brings, from the heart
Through these guitar strings
It was only noise, till her love put a song
In the soul of this good ole boy
I sing for Joy


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"I Sing for Joy" as written by Douglas Michael Johnson Donald R. Williams

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