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Church Hop
Words by Ray Boltz, Music by Ray Boltz and John Higgins
Once there was a shepherd
I've been told
Had some sheep
Who wouldn't stay in the fold
Sunday morning, Wednesday night
Checking out every church in sight
Shepherd said,
Kids we gotta have a talk
The wolves are gonna get you
If you're not in a flock
CHORUS:
Don't you be doing that church hop
Don't you be doing that church hop
Don't you be doing that church hop
Don't you be doing that church hop
Once you get started
You just can't stop
Don't you be doing that church hop
Some folks go where they get fed
They do
Some folks go where they feel led
Do you?
Some folks just can't
Make up their mind
Changing churches all the time
They want something hot
They want something new
They just can't find that perfect pew
CHORUS
Some for the money
Some for the show
Preach about commitment
And they go, go, go
Doing that church hop
Doing that church hop
Once you get started
You just can't stop
Don't you be doing that church hop
CHORUS
1988 Shepherd Boy MusicASCAP (adm. by Integrated Copyright Group, P.O. Box 24149, Nashville, TN 37202). All rights reserved.



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