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A song about a true relationship with THE KING OF KINGS, the manner of HIS magnificent and imminent return to vindicate HIS people, reclaim His earth & the destroy the Deceiver, the one who trashed His creation & wreaked havoc among the nations.
The Kingdom of God
2nd Chronicles 7:14 - If My people who are called by My Name, will humble themselves and pray, seek My face & turn from your wicked (twisted) ways; then will I hear from heaven, forgive your sin & heal your land.
Rider Comin’ In
I hear the Voice of Seven Thunders, I see a fiery wrath descend, who stirred up this Ancient Lion, this Rider Comin' In? I see the 'merchants' of this earth, how they weep n wail n morn, they were told this Virgin Birth was more than just a baby being…
All in Time
My daughter Annah sent me this song. Annah was in "The Gulf" for thirty-six months. It's a song about TIME (when it's gone, it's gone-unretrievable), TIMES, the ones we were born into, what we do with it & the account we will give for theTIME that was given to us. I wrote the 2nd Vs.…
The Road to Forgiveness
To me, this is a song of Great & Simple Revelation, a great song from the heart written by Joe Forlini. I was in Austin recording the Album All In Time which Joe co-produced and played all the lead guitar, acoustic & electric. Joe said Billy(he calls me Billy), I think it needs a…
Hands on the Wheel
I wrote Hands On The Wheel in late '74, it made its debut on Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger album in '75. Jerry Jeff Walker cut three different versions of it (all beautiful), Robert Redford used it as the title song in a movie, The Electric Horseman, & Norah Jones released it on DVD, Vinyl & CD a few years…
An old traditional song I re-did a bit. A song about this beautiful woman I found at 7000 ft. in the Pintler Mountains of Montana while lumberjacking in the Great Northwest. I met 'er & 11 days later we were married. We still are. That was 30yrs ago.
Pass It On
Jerry Jeff Walker cut this song back in the late '70's / early '80's. "When you find good fortune, Pass It On." He did!
The Pot Can’t Call the Kettle Black
I cut this song on my Columbia Records debut album in '76 & went on to perform it at Willie Nelson's Forth of July Picnic of 1976. Jerry Jeff Walker cut it about that same time or a little before. This is a revisited version (rewritten a bit), I just can't help it, besides,…