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8 thoughts on “ Beyond The Sunset

  1. Grocage
    Beyond The Sunset Lyrics: Beyond the sunset / Oh, blissful morning / When with our Savior / Heaven's begun / Earth's toiling ended / Oh, glorious dawning / Beyond the sunset / When day is done.
  2. Kajikree
    Beyond the sunset Oh, blissful morning When with our Savior Heaven's begun Earth's toiling ended Oh, glorious dawning Beyond the sunset When day is done (Spoken) Beyond the sunset No clouds will gather No storms will threaten No fears annoy Oh, day of gladness Oh, day unending Beyond the sunset Eternal joy Beyond the sunset Oh, glad reunion.
  3. Fenrizshura
    rows · Hank Williams (September 17, – January 1, ), born Hiram King Williams, was an .
  4. Tolar
    Beyond the sunset when day is done. Beyond the sunset, no clouds will gather No storms will threaten, no fears annoy O day of gladness, O day unending Beyond the sunset eternal joy. Beyond the sunset, a hand will guide me To God the Father whom I adore His glorious presence, His words of welcome Will be my portion on that fair shore. Beyond the.
  5. Vulkis
    Beyond the sunset oh blissful morning when with our Saviour heaven is begun Earth's toiling ended oh glorious dawning beyond the sunset when day is done Should you go first and I remain to finish with the scroll No lessening shadows shall ever creep in to make this life seem droll We've known so much of happiness we've had our cup of joy.
  6. Dougul
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Rain Parade - Beyond The Sunset at Discogs. Complete your Rain Parade collection/5(99).
  7. Mit
    Mar 06,  · “Beyond the Sunset” is a recitation song that originated from a poem entitled “Should You Go First.” Albert Rowswell wrote it and was initially put to a hymn in Chickie Davis, a West Virginian performer did the hymn’s first recording.
  8. Godal
    "Beyond the Sunset" is a song written by Blanche Kerr Brock, Virgil P. Brock, and Albert Kennedy Rowswell. It was released as a single by Hank Williams under the pseudonym Luke the Drifter in Background. The recitation in "Beyond the Sunset" was originally a poem called "Should You Go First" by Albert "Rosey" Rowswell, the voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates for more than twenty years, and Genre: Country, Gospel.