Lyr Req: No Drunkard Can Enter There
Lyr Req: I'm Mississippi Bound (5)
Lyr Req: Nashville Blues (Delmore Brothers) (10)
Source Req: I've Got the Big River Blues (Delmore) (14)
Lyr Req: The Blues You Never Lose (Delmore Bros) (7)
Lyr Req: Put Me on the Trail to Carolina (Delmore) (7)
(origins) Origin: Happy on the Mississippi Shore (Delmore) (8)
Delmore Brothers Questions (10)
Review: The Delmore Bros Freight Train Boogie (7)
Lyr Req: Blue Railroad Train (Delmore Brothers) (7)
Lyr Req: Life's Too Short (Alton Delmore) (5)
Lonnie Johnson-Delmore Bros connection? (8)
Lyr Req: Blues Stay Away from Me (Delmore Brothers (5)
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Subject: Delmore Bros lyrics|
Date: 07 Jul 97 - 06:28 AM
I am looking for lyrics to the Delmore Brothers song No Drunkard can ever enter that Beautiful Home.
Thanks for you help!
Pola Ingelsby http://www.imagegfx.com
Subject: LYRICS....DELMORE BROTHERS SONGS? HELP!!!|
Date: 05 Apr 98 - 12:57 PM
WOULD LOVE TO LEARN SOME DELMORE SONGS. CAN ANYONE HELP WITH THIS? ANY SONG WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE!! OR OTHER BROTHER GROUPS OF THE LATE 20'S THREW THE 40'S WOULD BE A DREAM COME TRUE FOR ME!!!!! MARV...
Subject: RE: LYRICS....DELMORE BROTHERS SONGS? HELP!!!|
From: Dale Rose
Date: 05 Apr 98 - 04:14 PM
Well, Marv, you have come to the right place. First let me give you a bit of a rundown on a few of the recordings that are available~~these are just the tip of the iceberg.
The Delmore Brothers Sand Mountain Blues County 110 King recordings from the mid 40s She Left Me Standing On The Mountain, Mississippi Shore, Last Old Shovel, 18 in all.
The Delmore Brothers Browns Ferry Blues County 116 1933-1940 recordings. The Nashville Blues, Rainin' On The Mountain, Blue Railroad Train, 18 more with only a little duplication.
The Blue Sky Boys (Bill and Earl Bolick) There'll Come A Time/Can't You Hear That Nightbird Crying? Bluetone 1001/2 Their first recordings from 1936. It is my understanding that this album, and another which picks up where it leaves off are no longer available, but are well worth the effort to find. I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail, Sunny Side Of Life, Where The Soul Never Dies, 21 in all.
The Blue Sky Boys Farm & Fun Time Favorites volume one Copper Creek 0125. Copper Creek has reissued about six CDs of their old radio shows from about 1946-1949 under this title and also as On Radio. Old-Time Camp Meeting, Kentucky, We Parted By The Riverside, 22 in all.
The Blue Sky Boys In Concert 1964 Rounder 11536 Concert at the University of Illinois which revitalized their career (They had retired in 1951) Are You From Dixie, After The Ball, The Last Letter, 22 in all.
The Blue Sky Boys Rounder 0052 Their last recordings from 1976. Don't This Road Look Rough And Rocky, The Lawson Family Tragedy, Green Grow The Lilacs, 14 in all.
That is just a few of what are available. I suggest that you go to the Elderly Search Site , and enter the word brothers (or anything else you want to enter, for that matter) That turned up 191 recordings, mostly off topic, but a great many of great interest to you, including the Monroe Brothers recordings from the 1930s, and the Louvin Brothers from the 1950s, including their album of Delmore Brothers songs which is definitely well worth having.
Subject: RE: Lyr Req: No Drunkard Can Enter There (Delmore Bros|
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 12 Nov 07 - 07:44 AM
The Delmore Brothers' recording of NO DRUNKARD CAN ENTER THERE appears in the 4-CD set "Classic Cuts: 1933-1941," JSP CD 7727, 2004. I heard these lyrics in a sound sample:
…enter that Eden land fair,
Its happiness never can know.
No drunkard can enter that beautiful home.
My brother, quit drinking, I pray.
The savior is lovingly calling for you.
Oh, come and he'll save you today.
Subject: Lyr Add: NO DRUNKARD CAN ENTER THERE|
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 11 Jan 12 - 12:50 PM
NO DRUNKARD CAN ENTER THERE
As sung by The Delmore Brothers on "Greatest Hits" (2010)
1. In God's word we read of a wonderful land where all of the pure ones shall go.
No drunkard can enter that Eden land fair; its happiness never can know.
CHORUS: No drunkard can enter that beautiful home; my brother, quit drinking, I pray.
The Savior is lovingly calling for you; oh, come and He'll save you today.
2. How sad is the fate of the poor drunken soul, no share in that heavenly home!
Down, down to the regions of woe he must sink, in anguish forever to roam.
3. His loved ones will enter that land of delight, while he from their presence is cast,
In darkness and mis'ry forever to mourn, nor long sin (?) for years of the past.
4. Dear brother, take warning before 'tis too late, and turn from that poisonous blow.
The Savior still loves you and waits your return; from drink He will save your poor soul.