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From: Lunarcreek <Lunarcreek@aol.com> Performer: The Louvin Brothers Danville, Virginia, 1951 IRA AND CHARLIE LOUVIN (VOX) IRA LOUVIN (MANDOLIN) CHARLIE LOUVIN(GUITAR) PAGE HEPLER(FIDDLE) UNKNOWN(BASS) The Gospel Way [D]There's a right and a wrong way to praise th'Lord. And the right way you must you must take[A] If you [D]won't a friend at the journey's end Out of debt on that [A]great pay[D]day. Chorus Never [G]stop or wait lest you [D]be too late To inherit the golden [A]crown You must [G]walk each day in the [D]gospel way If the works of [A]God be [D]found Do you love your neighbor as yourself Do you cheat him not in trade Would your conscience groan on tomorrow's dawn Should you meet him on the way? Chorus Never do good deeds for the praise of man Giving gold that man might see But in secret give, and in secret pray He'll reward you openly. ChorusHome