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The King’s Highway

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Sing to the mountains and sing to the vale,

Sing to the wild things along the trail,

Sing till you hear a great Voice say,

“Welcome, my friend, on The King’s Highway.”

 

So straight the road and so clear the sky,

So sweet the sound that goes rolling by.

Take my advice. You’ll never stray

Once you have been on The King’s Highway.

 

Sing to the mountains and sing to the vale,

Sing to the wild things along the trail,

Sing till you hear a great Voice say,

“Welcome, my friend, on The King’s Highway.”

 

Follow the signs He has posted well,

Stop at the sound of the warning bell.

Someone is lost along the way -

Straighten him out on The King’s Highway.

 

Sing to the mountains and sing to the vale,

Sing to the wild things along the trail,

Sing till you hear a great Voice say,

“Welcome, my friend, on The King’s Highway.”

 

I see the goal I’ve been reaching for

There in the Light from His open door.

I know He’ll greet me some sweet day

There at the end of The King’s Highway.

 

Sing to the mountains and sing to the vale,

Sing to the wild things along the trail,

Sing till you hear a great Voice say,

“Welcome, my friend, on The King’s Highway.”

 

 

 

 

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