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September 11, 2005


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I think that "Live Music Is Better" bumper stickers should be issued!

Interesting making the song the theme song for your site. Definitely a milder reaction than some others.
Sounds like that's because you listened to lyrics as opposed to some others who've commented without either hearing and/or understanding the lyrics.

That was a nice song

Thanks for the song when God made me, iit is good if we would allow gospel songs to minister the Gospel of the Lord Christ Jesus to my amazement most Gospel artists are looking to what will entice the crowd but not what will Worship the Lord JesusI think we need a turnaround and Go back to the real roots of worship

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