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30 Oct 2016

Decy

the music video begins where a dark guy in a white ship dressed in blue formal 2piece with white t- shirt calls his white friend who was dresed in white 2piece and pink t-shirt,sitting outside his mansion with some girls in black swimming costume,telling him that he is going to pick him up


10 Oct 2016

I'm gonna love you

Jim Ed Brown


9 Sep 2016

I'm looking for a Christian song from 1996 called Jump In The River+


30 Aug 2016

Joy

I'm looking for the song used to advertise CBN radio - it a very happy bouncysong which sings about Joy being a chain reaction. Any ideas?


17 Aug 2016

it's a black gospel story/song about a little girl who wrote a letter to jesusand mailed it. +The postman read the letter because he said it wasn't going anywhere anyway.


19 Dec 2015

IM LOOKING FOR A SONG A LITTLE GIRL SENT TO JESUS ASKING HIM TO HELP HER B,HERMOM AND DAD WERE BEATING HER


4 Dec 2015

an old 60s song that talks about a drunk that wears a necklace around hisneck, they open it when he dies and its a picture of Jesus


3 Oct 2015

gUD bye

Jolene


9 Oct 2014

jump n sing da reggae music


14 Jan 2010

lost song

In the early 1960 or late 50's a Christian rock song sang about the walls of Jericho tumbling down. Would you know the artist and where I can get a copy of it?

The song "Joshua Fought The Battle Of Jericho" is, we think, a traditional spiritual song. Paul Robeson, for example, recorded various versions from 1925 (on the "Ol' Man River (Living Era)" CD) until 1958 (on the "Ballads for Americans" CD). As far as we can see no one has ever had a hit in any chart with the song.

However we suspect that you are recalling the version by Elvis Presley (listed on some sites as "Joshua Fit the Battle" or "Joshua Fit de Battle ob Jericho") which he released as a single in 1965. It is available as a download from a number of places, such as Amazon or iTunes, and is on the CD "Peace In The Valley - The Complete Gospel Recordings".