"Wildwood In The Pines" as written by and Rodney J. Crowell....
There's a wildwood in the pines where the family used to gather
There's a little shady grove where they built a country church
They was singing in the ground Baptisin' in the river
Glory! Hallelujah, brother! Sweet salvation there was found

So I believe that the saints go side-by-side in the
land that lies up yonder
I believe that there are streets there paved with gold
There are people on their feet shoutin', singin' hallelujah!
I believe that Jesus loves me I can feel it in my soul

There's a long and windin' road that I long once more to travel
There's a home place in my heart sittin' high upon a hill
There's a rosewood rockin' chair and a place set at the table
Guess I better have a little talk with Jesus Maybe he can take me there

So I believe that the saints go side-by-side in the
land that lies up yonder
I believe that there are streets there paved with gold
There are people on their feet shoutin', singin' hallelujah!
I believe that Jesus loves me I can feel it in my soul

So I believe that the saints go side-by-side in the
land that lies up yonder
I believe that there are streets there paved with gold
There are people on their feet shoutin', singin' hallelujah!
I believe that Jesus loves me I can feel it in my soul


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"Wildwood in the Pines [#]" as written by Rodney J. Crowell

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