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Wait A Little Longer

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  1. But wait a little longer, please Jesus There are so many wandering out in sin Just a little longer, please Jesus A few more days to get our loved ones in Family scattered here and there and thought Lord we love them dear Maybe we can help them find a way But if waiting is the cost, dear ol' Lord then I'll be lost And that's the only reason why we say.
  2. Even though we have to wait a little longer for Beyond Light, Bungie have been doing a stellar job keeping this game running during the pandemic. Misc. So I say let's toast them Calus style! I don't know how you're doing it or what the setups are, but you folks at Bungie have been doing great! 74 comments.
  3. supported by 38 fans who also own “Wait For A Little Longer” You are a true master of melancholy. Your music has a part of magic that cannot be explained but can well be felt.
  4. Wait A Little Longer Lyrics: I know these feelings are new to you / I know the mystery and the desire / Have you decided what you're gonna do / When temptation builds a fire / The heat of passion.
  5. Wait A Little Longer, Please Jesus This song is by Bill Monroe and appears on the album A Voice From On High () and on the compilation album Bluegrass ().
  6. But wait a little longer, please, Jesus There’s so many still a-wandering out in sin Just a little longer, please, Jesus Just a few more days tolet our loved ones in. We may look into the skies and tearswillfill our eyes For our weary hearts grow heavy with each day First we cry oh lord please come, come and take our children home.
  7. Nov 22,  · “Wait a Little Longer Please Jesus” by Doyle Lawson & Jamie Daley. The song was written by Hazel Houser and was first recorded by Chester Smith in In , the Louvin Brothers (which was the Best Sacred Group then) recorded and popularized the song.
  8. Wait a little longer please Jesus. There are so many still wandering out in sin. Just a little longer please Jesus. A few more days to get our loved ones in. Here the labor is so hard and the workers are so tired. And our weary hearts are yearning for a rest. And we find we're getting anxious to be in that happy home.

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