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Lyrics 7 - "My Collection"

lg-bullet-gold.gif (1240 bytes) "This   Marriage"

Words And Music By: Red Johnson
(C)1998-Pub. Count Music BMI

This was written for our grand-daughters wedding, and has been used for other weddings as well, it's a real thrill when someone tells you it was their wedding song.

1. I bring into this marriage
All the love within my soul
I'll weld my heart to yours love
And make two halves a whole
I bring into this marriage
All of everything I am
And I’ll live my life for you dear
In every way I can

Cho: I bring into this marriage
Every dream I’ve dreamed for years
More precious and more real
As our special moment nears
And dear I promise you
Something I’ve no shortage of
I will share with you forever
All my true and lasting love

Tag: I bring into this marriage
All my true and lasting love

2. I bring into this marriage
The desire to give my all
And be there for you always
And never let you fall
I bring into this marriage
A heart with open doors
No secrets, and no shadows
I'll be forever yours

lg-bullet-gold.gif (1240 bytes)  "Cajun Accordian"

Words And Music By: Red Johnson
(C)1997-Pub. Count Music BMI

We were recording a country, old time and Cajun album for Joe Tishmack, who plays keyboard in our band, and I told him I would write a Cajun song for him., And he worked up such a good arrangement for it I borrowed it and included it on this CD.

1. Something happens to our hearts
When that Cajun music starts
We know there'll be lots of fun
When Joe plays Cajun accordion

Cho: diggy liggy li
And diggy liggy lo
Jambalaya and Fais do do
Jole blon and Louisian
Big mammou- Louisiana man
People come from near and far
Some by pirogue- some by car
Adilida just walked in
To hear some Cajun accordion

2. Music drifting through the night
Greets the early morning light
Seems like no one has a home
When Joe plays Cajun accordion

3. Something bout a Cajun tune
Seems to make it end too soon
But there's always more to come
When Joe plays Cajun accordion

 

 


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