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 Post subject: Silver and Gold
PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2006 7:24 pm 
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Looking for another song .. Silver and Gold .. Kirk Franklin version

Silver and gold
Silver and gold
I'd rather have Jesus than silver and gold.

These are both requests from my girls at the State Home .. any help really appreciated.

Jim

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Jim, is the tune the same as "Silver and Gold" from the "Rudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer" cartoon, that Burl Ives sang?


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Judy K wrote:
Jim, is the tune the same as "Silver and Gold" from the "Rudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer" cartoon, that Burl Ives sang?

Probably is .. I have him singing it in my mind....

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Just need the tune? I can probably work it out. I watched "Rudolph" enough times to about have all the music memorized ...

For the easiest play, it will be in the Key of G and range up to the 2nd octave G, or so it seems as I play thru it .... That okay?

You can find the lyrics here if you need them.


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Judy K wrote:
Just need the tune? I can probably work it out. I watched "Rudolph" enough times to about have all the music memorized ...

For the easiest play, it will be in the Key of G and range up to the 2nd octave G, or so it seems as I play thru it .... That okay?

You can find the lyrics here if you need them.

Well .. Bubba and Myrna won't like it but a mans gotta do what a mans gotta do! Send it on LOL Thanks

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