"Love Thy Neighbor As Thyself" as written by and Louvin/louvin....
Love thy neighbor as thyself
Do unto him as you'd have him do to you
Give him things that you can do without helping him
Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too

Now this old world can be a lonesome place without a friend
We need each other everyday, together we can win
There's a little good in every man, though countless be his faults
And a word of kindness you can speak can change his inward thoughts

Love thy neighbor as thyself
Do unto him as you'd have him do to you
Give him things that you can do without helping him
Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too

I once new a couple fellows near my old homestead
I just wish all the world could live the way they did
They swap out work and lend each other money, mules and plows
And I've seen them many times dividing milk from one old cow

Love thy neighbor as thyself
Do unto him as you'd have him do to you
Give him things that you can do without helping him
Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too

We need old-time neighborhoods with hearts that are free of greed
God make us good old-fashioned folks who'll be a friend in need
If you want a friend, then be a friend, do not through charity slack
Do your deeds without a price, somebody will pay you back

Love thy neighbor as thyself
Do unto him as you'd have him do to you
Give him things that you can do without helping him
Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too


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