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Merle Haggard Softly and Tenderly Country Gospel Song

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Be blessed by this beautiful version of Country music legend Merle Haggard of the classic Christian hymn, Softly and Tenderly! It is very encouraging to hear this song recorded by a man who had such bad times in the past. The lyrics of the songs had come alive and as if Merle was actually telling his life story! Enjoy listening. God bless you.

Softly and Tenderly Lyrics

Merle Haggard

Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling
Calling for you and for me
See on the portals He’s waiting and watching Watching for you and for me
Come home, come home ye who are weary come home
Earnestly tenderly Jesus is calling
Calling oh sinners come home

Why should we linger when Jesus is pleading
He’s pleading for you and for me
Why should we linger and heed not His mercy
Mercy for you and for me
Thought of the wonderful love He has promised Promised for you and for me
Though we have sinn’d He has mercy and pardon Pardon for you and for me
Come home, come home ye who are weary come home

Earnestly tenderly Jesus is calling
Calling oh sinners come home

Source: LyricFind Songwriters: Will L. Thompson Softly and Tenderly lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc, Universal Music Publishing Group, Bluewater Music Corp.




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