August Mosco

August Mosco

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Pop - Religious | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 297   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

The biblical philosophy of a father

Lyrics

My father was a Godly man
who worked hard all his days,
He gave his all to life's demands
with never much to say,
But, when he spoke my world would halt
and I'd become all ears,
His words became my light and salt
with wisdom of his years,

"Life has goodness, don't wait to share,
Life has riches and you're the heir,
And above all this world shows
as your passing years do roll,
Life is fragil--handle with prayer",

Well, I grew up and moved away,
Dad passed to his reward,
And I don't think there's been a day
I've wandered from the Lord,
For when temptation wears on me
and Satan begs his due,
I see dad's face with clarity
and hear his words ring true,

"Life is precious and loved ones rare,
Life has rewards for those who dare,
As it's sinful ways intice-
just remember this advice,
Life is fragil--handle with prayer",

(BRIDGE)
And as my kids grow,
This mom will surely know
the questions that they'll be asking me,
For the more things change-
this world will stay the same
and scripture--has always held the key,
(for)
"Life's a journey, travel in pairs,
Life has burdens, a cross you'll bare,
But, if Jesus is with you--
you will rise to see it through
for, life is fragil--so very fragil,
Yes, life is fragil--handle with prayer",

Song Length
3:32
Genres
Country - Religious, Country - Bluegrass
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female
Moods
Relaxed, Gracious

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Father


Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits August Mosco
Music Credits August Mosco
Producer Credits August Mosco
Performance Credits August Mosco/ Anabel Roda