Dobby Dobson | Tomorrow

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Tomorrow

by Dobby Dobson

Lionel Richie meets Nat "King" Cole; smooth gospel songs.
Genre: Spiritual: Hymns
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1. Tomorrow
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2. No More Tears in Heaven
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4:09 album only
3. Wonderful World
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4:01 album only
4. Holy Name of Jesus
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4:21 album only
5. Jesus Medley 1
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5:06 album only
6. Time to Pray
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4:37 album only
7. Jesus Medley 2
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6:40 album only
8. Crying in the Chapel
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3:47 album only
9. Why Me Lord
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3:14 album only
10. Wonderful Dub
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11. Holy Name Dub
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Album Notes
You have listened to his testimony on "those days are gone" his first album on cd baby. Here dobby continues to sing about his love affair with jesus. Theres deep sadness that will move the listener to tears on "tomorrow" and even deeper despair as he remembers his mother on "tears in heaven", theres marvel and devotion and awe in "wonderful world" and there is rip roaring gospel singing in his jesus medleys 1 and 2. It is,however, when he cries "why me lord", that the baring of his heart is seen, stripped of all facades and pretensions. Here is dobby dobson, who considers himself most unworthy of god's grace and forgiveness coming to terms that just "maybe, i can show someone else what i've been thru myself on my way back to you" dobby at his sweet,sad best.


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