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Albums:

Live Worship with Bob Fitts & The Maranatha! Singers (Bob Fitts) · Maranatha Music: Top 25 Praise Songs 2014 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · 20 Years of Hope: Maranatha! Music (The Maranatha! Singers) · Maranatha Music: Top 25 Praise Songs 2014 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Worship [Maranatha] (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Songs of Revival [Maranatha! Music] (Maranatha Music) · Maranatha Friends (Hutchinson, Hutch) · A Cappella Praise [Maranatha] (The Maranatha! Singers) · Maranatha Latin: Quiero Alabarte, Vol. 1 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Maranatha Music: Silver Anniversary Project (The Maranatha! Singers) – and 90 other albums »


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Chorus
Maranatha,
How many more moments must this waiting last
Maranatha, we long for the time when all time is past
A commotion, a call then
As the audience grew
Ted was growing impatient
As he swallowed his brew

"It's time to welcome the artist"
He heard somebody say
Saw a face in the floodlight
From the 12 inch single "Nineteen" by Phil Lynott with bonus Thin Lizzy track
Also appeared on the live Thin Lizzy album BBC Radio One Live In
My daddy was workin' nine to five
When my momma was havin' me
By the time I was half alive
I knew what I was gonna be
But I left school and grew
Yes, yes, remember him 
There will be a singer 
Whenever his time has come to die 
Be gone forever 

Sometimes an angel 
Sometimes unwanted 
This
She loved the singer
She loved the way he stood on stage and played 
And just poured out his heart and soul
She loved the dreamer
The way
includes Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, and 
The Ray Charles Singers who were made famous by their frequent appearances on The Perry Como Show,
ever after in the market place

Desmond lets the children lend a hand
Molly stays at home and does his pretty face
And in the evening she's a singer
Nebuchadnezzar never knew
He left his needle outside in the rain
And it rusted through
He had twenty-nine blackbirds
But only one flew
Spent
of 2000 years
In times of war and in days of peace
By kings, physicians, tax collectors, farmers, fishermen, singers and shepherds
The marvel is that
But I believe in miracles, I don't believe in magic.
Made in His image, most of y'all don't hear me
Looking for identity in the things that you givin
When he was young, he sang in the band and his fans all looked the same
And the fans he had were younger than he and they loved to scream his name
When he was young, he sang in the band and his fans all looked the same
And the fans he had were younger than he and they loved to scream his name
turned
And the Tonka trucks
And the singers changed
And the hard to soft
In with changes, always out with time
Nothing left but walking down the line
thumb tryin' to make it to El Paso
Cause tonight I play at the cabarete they done told it on the radio
To a country singer it's a lonesome road with time
Bears in the kitchen
Tigers on TV
The singer's pretending
That this song's for me
See the world's still spinning 'round
Gettin' dizzy when we look
with you
Day by day by day by day

Time, time again, it is said
We will hear, we will see
See it all-in his wisdom-hear
His truth will abound
In Your Eyes

Seal no fate and hold no key
When all goes well spend some time remembering
Know by now that times have changed
But we feel each day
There's a photo of a genius
Standing by the ocean
With a peacock and a cool hat
In 1943
On a beach in Santa Barbara
He's looking quite contented
Young and Warm and Wonderful
Tony Bennett
Written by Louis C. Singer and Hy Zaret

Peaked at # 23 in 1958


Young and warm and wonderful
You
Fate points the finger
It is a double-barreled ringer
You're the one, you're the one
That's been touched by the singer
And then in the night cold
Fate points the finger
It is a double-barreled ringer
You're the one, you're the one
That's been touched by the singer

And then in the night
Oh I wish I was in the land of cotton 
Old times there are not forgotten 
Look away, look away, look away Dixieland 

(background singers)
Oh I
ears are still ringing
There's a rock and roll singer boppin' on the TV
He used to be a preacher, but now he sings in a major key
Amended his decision
his eyes we shall rise, arise and measure his temple divine ...
In his time we are aligned, restore the sanctuary of his Christ ..."

And in the time