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If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings

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If I Had My Way
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
4:46
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If the Lord Be for You
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:45
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Twelve Gates to the City
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:56
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You Got to Move
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
4:17
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We Are the Heavenly Father's Children
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:26
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A Friend Like Lonely Jesus
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
4:25
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Get Right Church
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
2:26
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Marine Band
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
2:50
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Shine On Me
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:01
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There's Destruction on This Land
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
5:23
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He Stole Away
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
2:41
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The Uncloudy Day
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
4:12
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Say No to the Devil
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:20
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I Belong to the Band
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
4:00
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Give Me a Heart to Love
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
2:24
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He Never Has Left Me Alone
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
2:55
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Got On My Traveling Shoes
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:06
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Civil War Parade
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
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