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HiHo_Silver 09 May 06 - 03:57 PM
Jim Dixon 12 Dec 09 - 03:35 PM
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Subject: Lyr Add: ARE YOU ON THE RIGHT ROAD?
From: HiHo_Silver
Date: 09 May 06 - 03:57 PM

I am looking for information on the following song lyrics. Writer and performers, web sites etc. Thanks: Jim


ARE YOU ON THE RIGHT ROAD?

Are you on that golden freeway or on the wicked path to sin?
Are you on the right road?
Will your soul find satisfaction when you reach your journey's end?
Tell me, brother: are you on the right road?

The right road (the right road) the right road (the right road)
Tell me, brother: are you on the right road?
Have you strayed from the pathway like a lamb from the fold?
Tell me, brother: are you on the right road?

Are you on the trail of sorrow or the path of shining light?
Are you on the right road?
Will your lonely soul be ready if he called on you tonight?
Tell me, brother: are you on the right road?

Is your highway barricaded? Are there detours anywhere?
Are you on the right road?
There's no time to choose another. It's the righteous road of prayer.
Tell me, brother: are you on the right road?


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Subject: RE: Origin: Are You on the Right Road
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 12 Dec 09 - 03:35 PM

ARE YOU ON THE RIGHT ROAD was recorded by the Wildwood Valley Boys on their album "I'm a Believer" (Rebel CD 1763, 2000). It was written by Aubrey Holt who I suspect is related to Tony Holt, a member of the Wildwood Valley Boys.

Aubrey Holt was a member of The Boys from Indiana.


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