Good afternoon, Word Records! I got the right song, now, so I'm tryin' this recordin' over one more time. Uh, name of the song is "Oh, Lord," and it'd go good with piano, I believe. It has to have a soloist, or a, maybe a choir'd be good with it. Name of it's "Oh, Lord," like I say, and uh, maybe you could save that choir for the backups and have your soloist do the main lines. I'll send you a copy of it, also. Uh. You'll have that, there. Reason why I sent you all my music is because, um, I'm in this hospital here and, uh, friends joke around, smart-alecs joke around and stuff, and this guy called me a crook and Jimmy Swaggart and it just hurt my feelins, 'specially after, um, praying to see this girl two days in a row and never gettin' a chance to see her. It'd be the Lord's willthat was my prayer. And then the third day, second or third day, he called me a crook andJimmy Swaggart, and it just hurt my feelins. I went around cryin' that evenin', didn't wanna live, didn't wanna die, didn't wanna go to heaven, didn't wanna go to hell, didn't wanna serve God, didn't wanna serve the devil, and just wanted to be left alone. And, uh, I just thought, well, maybe I am a crook. Maybe I should give this music to somebody else to do, since I can't do it myself. Uh, but this one song, maybe you can use. And um, I'm recordin' over some scripture that I recorded. I was, uh, borrowed a friend's tape player. I made a deal with another patient here to, uh, trade stereos, and um, record the Old Testament, start recordin' that, but the tape player messed up on me once I got Genesis 1 to 7, and I just began recording worldly music ever since. And uh [door slams], but uh, I don't think it'd hurt to record this song over it for you people, uh. Everybody knows the Old Testament, and if they don't, they could pick up a new, old, King James Version and read it. Uh, the name of this song is called, "Oh, Lord," and if you use a guitar, the notes are A, double-A bass, D, D-treble, seventh fret, ring finger, second string, um, B string, uh, F note with the middle finger, head out next between, uh, little finger [fiddles with strings] and the middle finger, there, and the eighth, and, uh, sixth fret, the fifth fret on the second and third string, with one finger holdin' 'em. [Strums] And, um, it's the eighth song of my, uhhhhh, category, here, uh, index, and, uh. It's a good song, though. It's called "Oh, Lord." Hope you like it. Hope you can use it. I just want a million for the copyrights to it, to get started, to take care of my family and buy equipment and everything, and, say I done somethin', you know, and give the glory to God for it. No problem there. He gets all the glory. For everything I've got. For the givin' it to me. Appreciate him for it. And uh. You might use a guitar on this, but the piano would seem to come in on [Strums] on that part, whatever that chordsome kinda C, A . . . E. C. [Strums] And I'll just play it, and see if you like it, see if you can use it. If you can, use it, [I'll] take a million for it. Here you go.
I know a story you must know
Slept in a manger, oh what a King
None of us are holy