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Music Monday: David Paul Sherman

David 2013

I want to introduce my Cousin David. David, his brother and mon/dad lived next door to my family till we were all grown. It was great having 2 extra brothers, even though they teased my sister and me to death. Wonderful memories growing up next door to your cousins.

Davis is a pastor and a singer/songwriter. He is doing some great things preaching in his new church and sharing his love for music.

He has some beautiful lyrics about his family and the rest of us. I thought I should do a shameless plug for him and share what he is doing.

He performs all over the state of Ohio and usually records his music in Tennessee. He was written songs that have been sung by Alabama, Charlie Pride, Barbara Fairchild and a few more. David has shared a stage with some of the greats such as Ricky Skaggs and Loretta Lynn. Not too shabby for a boy raised in a small town from Ohio.

Love you David and so proud to call you my cousin.

I hope you enjoy and I’m sure he would love for you to check out his music. Just click on the link below and you can listen for free.

Reverbnation page:  You will need to join (free) to listen to his music. Well worth the effort.

Follow David on his Facebook page.                                                                Facebook page:

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Music Monday: Aunt Jane

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As I watched a glorious sunset the other night, I kept thinking about this song my Aunt Jane would sing.  I thought I would post it today.

I provided the lyrics for you to follow along. Love and miss you so much Aunt Jane.

I know the song seems sad but it’s not a sad at all, it’s about going to your home in Heaven. That will be a joyous time.  

Hope you have a wonderful week. Look for the little things that make you smile. Don’t forget to enjoy a sunrise or sunset this week….it does the soul wonders.

Click the link to listen to the song.

Thinkin’ ‘Bout Home – Debra Talley lyrics

A penny for your thoughts, I said to the old man
As he sat there on the park bench, all alone
With silver hair, and wrinkled brow, eyes gleamin’
He smiled and said, “Just thinkin’ ’bout my home”
I sat down and we shared some laughs together
And the cinema of remembrance, it did roam
We talked about life’s gains and its losses
But mostly, he just talked about his home He said, “I’m thinkin’ ’bout home”
Thinkin’ ’bout going home
Dreamin’ ’bout leavin’ here, ready to be movin’ on 
It won’t be long before the sun goes down and I’ll be gone
But until then, I’ll be thinkin’ ’bout home I said, “Tell me old man, where’s your home and 
What’s it like? 
He said, “Oh, ain’t nothin’ ’round here that compares
You see, a King had it built and gave the deed to me
And all my family’s already there 
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