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Way Up Yonder
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By Laurie Ragan Jenkins
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Way Up Yonder

I heard a bird telling me
Singing the sweetest melody
Way up yonder in the old oak tree
Spread your wings fly with Jesus loving free

Be yourself and to God be true
Don't worry the Father is in love with you
God is in your soul to have and hold
Always holding your hand while you grow old

Be yourself stay close in His Word
Winds are going to blow and shake this tree
Only listen to His sweetest melodies
Drifting spiritually says the littlest bird

Way up yonder in the old oak tree
Spread wings will fly spiritually
Soaring only to His sweetest melodies
Freely flying just me and my King


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Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2012

Last Updated: Tuesday, June 12, 2012

About the Poet
In Memoriam Wife, mother, homeschool teacher, Christian poet, happy being a child of God. Born and raised in rural North Carolina. Love animals of all kinds. Enjoy photography, crocheting, making things to share.


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