Aqua Livi & The RootsImansion - He's My Guide (2xLP, Album). Track 1 Records, Track 1 Records.
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He’s your guide) yes, He is. This world is not my home. I’m only pa sing by. I’m going to a better land. This is far beyond the sky. My savior will be my guide. And He will stay close by my side. He’s your guide) when I’m lonely. He’s your guide) when I’m troubled. He’s your guide) maybe so burdened. He’s your guide) maybe lonely. He’s your guide) maybe tired. He’s your guide) yes, He is. I know I have a savior. And I know He is my guide. I know that He’ll stand by me. He’s always by my side. I can call him in the middle of night
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" is a ballad written by Bobby Scott and Bob Russell. Originally recorded by Kelly Gordon in 1969, the song became a worldwide hit for The Hollies later that year and again for Neil Diamond in 1970. It has been recorded by many artists in subsequent years. The Hollies' and Rufus Wainwright's versions of the song were featured in the film Zoolander.
My Aunt used the the title, "He ain't heavy he's my brother". My Dad was the oldest son and his Dad left the family. So my Dad stepped up and became their protector/ provider. Melinda from Blancard, OkDoes anyone know the name of the movie that is about 2 boys running and one of them is hurt and the other carries his brother and they met up with a priest and the priest ask to take the brother and the older says "He's not heavy he's my brother". I dont believe it is "Men of Boys Town". Wayne from Rugeley, EnglandIn the second verse of He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother, the 6th line is, He would not encumber me at all, not We would not encumber me at all as listed. Steve from Mt Maunganui, New ZealandRemember seeing the Hollies many times when they toured New Zealand in the 60s and 90s.
A Sailor's Guide to Earth finds Sturgill Simpson weirder and more adventurous than ever, forging a bold new way forward. Instead of counting turtles and finding a voice in classic country-Simpson himself smirks at the notion that he is a modern Waylon Jennings, because he doesn't listen to Waylon Jennings' music, though the connection is by no means inaccurate-Simpson is doing something far more difficult.
|1||He's My Guide|
|3||Free My People|
|4||This Is A Warnin|
|5||Born To Win|
|9||Roots Roots Roots|
|10||Ites, Gold & Green Deh|
|12||He's My Guide Dub|
|14||Blackstarliner (Meditation Mix)|
|15||Children Know (Meditation Mix)|
|16||Where Is Life (Meditation Mix)|
- Written By – C. A. Watson