Alabama Mud by Gold City


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Hope For The Journey by Gold City

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Alabama Mud
by Gold City

Album: Hope For The Journey


Verse 1
It was a hot and hazy July morning,
Gathered by the river with the birds all hummin',
And the smell of jasmine, hanging on the breeze,
Preacher he was a preachin' from a King James Bible,
When the church hall broke out in revival,
Saints and sinners, fallin' on their knees,
That was the day, everything changed...

Chorus
I put my feet in the Alabama mud, waded out in the water
Choir on the banks singing "Power in the Blood, wonder workin' power",
I went under, He washed me clean,
Came up shoutin', "Hallelujah I'm free",
Thank God He met me where I was,
Ankle deep in the Alabama mud.

Verse 2
Ever since then, He's been beside me,
Like a north star shinning, He's there to guide me,
Through the bends, the turns, the curves, of this ol' life,
Lookin' back now on the southern summer, I'll never get over all that He put under when he took this rebel's heart and washed it white
That was the day, everything changed...


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On the 2nd verse, 4th line It should say: when he took this rebel's heart and washed it white. - guest / May 24, 2020

Love it!! You are one of my favorite groups, GOLD City! Love the letter you sent, Mr. Scott Brand! And, the Mr. Bus driver, you have a great voice! Hope Mr. Riley continues to heal! Love you,Elianna - guest / Dec 13, 2019


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