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To My Father's House lyrics

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Les Humphries Singers – To My Father's House lyrics

Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.
Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.

There'll be no cryin' there.
There'll be no dyin' there.
Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.

In my father's house.
There are so many mansions there.
If they were not true
You know I would have told you so.
I'm goin' to prepare a place for you
And where I go you can go there too.
Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.

Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.
Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.

There'll be no cryin' there.
There'll be no dyin' there.
Come and go with me
To my father's house
To my father's house.



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