Wayne Mullins - Lyrics - Old News My hair’s a little long Haven’t shaved the whole week through There’s dishes in the sink And a paper plate or two There’s mail at the road And paper’s I ain’t read Like me, it’s just old news I believe that’s what you said Old news travels fast Like the winds of a hurricane The fire spreads from town to town While the winds just fan the flame News has it you’ve been seen On the faster side of town The wind sure can blow cold With the old new coming down I picked up the morning papers And the mail out by the road One letter caught my eye And left me a little cold Signed by a fancy lawyer With a list of all I’ll lose When I throw it on the fire It’ll burn just like old news Repeat chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC – August 20, 2012
Old News
My hair’s a little long
Haven’t shaved the whole week through
There’s dishes in the sink
And a paper plate or two
There’s mail at the road
And paper’s I ain’t read
Like me, it’s just old news
I believe that’s what you said

Old news travels fast
Like the winds of a hurricane
The fire spreads from town to town
While the winds just fan the flame
News has it you’ve been seen
On the faster side of town
The wind sure can blow cold
With the old new coming down

I picked up the morning papers
And the mail out by the road
One letter caught my eye
And left me a little cold
Signed by a fancy lawyer
With a list of all I’ll lose
When I throw it on the fire
It’ll burn just like old news

Repeat chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins
Roy LeBlanc
DOC – August 20, 2012
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Old Love Two souls in the darkness Tears running from their eyes Like a moth drawn to the flame Will we kiss our last good-bye? Where the lights of love once shone Lay the hearts of two gone cold But there’s one thing that I believe “Old love never grows old” Old love never grows old Still waters always run deep The mountains fall, and the seas are cold But old love never grows old Old love never grows old It stands the test of time A time or two, the flame goes cold But old love never grows old Thirty years ago today When we walked down that aisle Two hearts were joined together To begin this loving mile Our love has faced the hard times And grew from the bitter cold But there’s one thing that we both know “Old love never grows old” Repeat Chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – June 12, 2011
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Fallin’ Through the Cracks These sidewalks are dirty where I’m walking And I’ve slipped through the cracks a time or two I walk these streets at night when it’s raining To hide the tears from the girl that I once new I’ve fallin’ through the cracks of this big city A small town girl who came here years ago And back home Momma reads my letters With the lies I’ll hope she’ll never know Yes I’ve fallen through the cracks of this old city On my knees I’ve crawled a time or two But I can’t go back to my lovin’ momma Cause I’ve lied bout’ the girl that I once knew There’s a sign in the window says Help Wanted But I don’t read or write the way I should With a smile on my face, I lie about disgrace To a mother who thinks I’m doing good Repeat Chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – November 24, 2012
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I’m Just a Soldier I’m just a soldier, all spit and no shine I’ll do what is needed to keep Old Glory mine I traded my youth for armor and boots Traded all that I had, but never my roots Got brothers and sisters to my left and my right We’ll protect one another through the long hard fight I’m just a soldier, being all that I can Got blood in my veins, but none on my hands To my duty I’ll rise, when the battle cry calls Stare fear in the face, to protect one and all For the stars and the stripes, I know I may fall Cause I’m just a soldier…who answered the call Dear Mom and Dad, when you read this tonight Pray for a young man, who fought the good fight He died in a battle, where blood’s runnin’ deep But we’ll always move forward, no mountains too steep We’ll stare down the fire, though it might take our life But you’ll always have freedom, cause we’ll pay the price Repeat chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc Doc – Nov. 18, 2014
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I’m on my Knees I’m on my knees And I’m beggin’ you for mercy Oh Satan’s power had a lock and hold on me I once walked into a sad and empty garden Where the roses would bloom eternally Now you’ve opened my eyes And I can see The pain and darkness is gone There’s an angel with me When I walk the streets of gold, my soul is free You picked me up, when I fell down on my knees So don’t give up When life seems so doubtful Just reach out for the strength that you need Every star in the dark sky shines on you Dear Lord you took my hand and guided me Repeat chorus and double last chorus line Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – Sept. 15, 2009
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Bring Them Home We’ve counted every hour Heard the prayers from Mom and Dad Watched CNN this morning Watched the good times turn bad We thought about the challenge Said we’d see it to the end When one came back, One more we had to send One drop of blood’s too many One name in the cold hard stone It’s time we brought… Our sons and daughters home Bring them home…every soldier Bring them home, every one Bring every son and daughter To their Dad and their Mom All strength don’t lie in numbers Or the line drawn in the sand Take every brave young soldier From the hell in Afghanistan Bring them home, every soldier Bring them home, every one Bring every son and daughter To their Dad and their Mom May all their wars be over Live the lives they’ve never had Bring them home, bring them home For Mom and Dad Bring then home…bring them home… For Mom and Dad Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – July 21, 2006 I chose to have one long lead verse and then two slightly different choruses. Worked out well in the studio.
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Man in a Hurry You hurry by the homeless man The hungry child, no food in his hand There’s the lady who is blind, that you don’t see She bows her head in a solemn prayer For the man in a hurry she knows really cares Lord, he needs your help much more than me You fed the hungry and you clothed the poor You calmed the seas on the stormy shore And sent an angel to watch over souls like me You cured the sick and you raised the dead You’re coming back one day you said The man in a hurry’s not blind, he just can’t see It’s five o’ clock and the rain pours down The man in a hurry slowly walks through town And the lady who is blind, this time he sees He takes her hand, she leads him on To a homeless man and their hungry son There by the grace of God go you and me The man in a hurry was never poor His seas were calm on a stormy shore Yet you sent an angel to watch over souls like me You’ll cure the sick and you’ll raise the dead When you come back, one day you said And every man in a hurry who’s blind, will one day see Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – July 18, 2012
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We Call it Rock n’ Roll It was late July of ‘59 When I heard Chuck Berry’s song Seen Don and Phil on the Sullivan Show And I tried to sing along When the Wolfman, he played Elvis Well it shook down to my soul I wanna take you back, I wanna bring it back I wanna hear some Rock n’ Roll Can you do the jive, can you move and groove Can you twist right off your feet Gonna show you what it was all about… Back in ‘63 Well blue suede shoes and bobby sox Were as cool as cool could be The top rolled down on a Saturday night That was Rock n’ Roll to me That’ll be the day, Buddy Holly sang Bill Haley rocked around the clock Long tall Sally & the Little deuce coupe The vinyl seemed to never stop Jan and Dean went to surf city Little Richard had the Motown soul It’s what we played, now it’s what we need And we call it Rock n’ Roll (Repeat chorus) Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC. – March 19, 2012
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Moncton, New Brunswick
In the Comfort of His Arms At times the road seems weary And the struggle beyond our reach There’s a hand to told in the darkest hour While on your knees you weep He’ll lift you from the stormy night From your battles, erase the harm And you’ll rest as a newborn child In the comfort of His arms In the comfort of his arms Your tears will no more fall The pain forever taken And loved ones come to call Every eye will see the glory Hear the sound of Heaven’s charm Your weary soul will be at rest In the comfort of his arms When you reach life’s troubled waters With no bridge for you to cross He’ll take your hand and guide you Always safe and never lost When you gaze upon the Heavens All the angels shine as stars Their songs of joy will welcome you To the comfort of His arms Repeat Chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC – Nov. 16 2012
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Isaac James (Recitation) I recall that old, old story One my daddy told Dated back to younger years Gathered round our old wood stove Told of a man just up the road Faded shingles that once were blue On a mailbox, the name Isaac James Was all we really knew Daddy said when he met that man “Please sir, I have to know In between the dawn and dark, Where is it that you go? The old man turned with caring eyes My young face cold and scared He said son I’ll tell you Bout a story I’ve never shared I walk down this road at daybreak And back again each night (Chorus) To visit the one that I love dear And have for all my life There’s an old abandoned chapel Just off route 203 You’ll miss it from the highway Windows broke and shutters free It’s there I go to see her And it’s there she waits for me In a field behind the chapel Just of the 203 The old man just walked away His face to the freezing cold While from my eyes, I wiped the tears From the story that he told No one seen Mr. James again He left one winter’s night And left with us his memory And a promise he made for life Gone to be with a loved one A love that was meant to be Again their hearts joined in love DOC – Sept. 22, 2002 In a field off 203 Copyright- Wayne Mullins (Repeat Chorus) Roy LeBlanc
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The Dealer Never Lies You’re out there in the darkness To gamble our love away If four in a row seems lucky Maybe that’s the hand you’ll play Four kings and the Queen of diamonds Is a hand that never lies I hold the Ace in a two horse race And the dealer never lies You lie when you’re happy And you lie when you’re sad Having coffee with an old friend Now a lover that you have You can tell me all the stories Spin the big wheel round and round The clown will smile when the show moves on And the big tops fallin’ down Tonight you can roll the dice They were loaded from the start A hand that needs the Ace of spades But this dealer’s much too smart So spin the wheel on one more deal There’s always one last try You’ve lost the race, cause I hold the Ace And the dealer never lies Repeat Chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – Nov. 05, 2016
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On the Other Shore The light that shone through darkness Don’t shine on the empty shore All that’s left is one small candle As friends gather round once more There’s tears for the boat that’s leaving Its sails to fly no more But there’s smiles on the faces Of those waiting on the other shore On the other shore they’re waiting For a ship that sailed today Watching for a loved one (chorus) God’s bringing home to stay One day we’ll be waiting For the boat that’s leaving shore From darkness into sunlight And never apart no more I see the lush green valley Where the water runs so clear What I was told bout streets of gold Where we’d walk and have no fear As we stand on God’s own shoreline With angels at Heaven’s door With loved ones from the other shore On the other shore we’re waiting For a ship that sailed today We’re watching for a loved one God’s bringing home to stay (chorus) One day you’ll be waiting For the boat that’s leaving shore From darkness into sunlight Together on the other shore From darkness into sunlight Together on the other shore Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – Nov. 07, 2016
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Walk With Me There sets an old family chapel In a field not far away Each night as I walk through darkness I can hear a sweet voice pray And if you listen through the silence Sweet voices you will hear Soft and low, the choir sings Their songs of joy, so ever clear Walk with me Lord, walk with me Through the storms and the raging sea I won’t be worried, no I won’t be lost When I’m set free dear Lord, walk with me Now I’ll turn from that old chapel Though I know I must return Every night when darkness lingers Sweet voices do I yearn One day I’ll join that choir Our voices soft and low And every night in Heaven’s chapel Will songs of joy forever flow Walk with me dear Lord, walk with me Through the storms and the raging sea I won’t be worried, no I won’t be lost When I’m set free dear Lord, walk with me When I’m set free…dear Lord…walk with me Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – April 13, 2003
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Turn To Me Lyin’ wide awake, while you pretend to sleep Starin’ at the wall…that’s staring back at me Watching the hands on the clock go by Listen to the rainfall just outside This sound of silence is killin' me So if I turn to you, would you turn to me Yes I’ll turn to you, if you turn to me Take back those angry words I didn’t mean I think we know we’re both to blame (Repeat Chorus) We share a love that puts most to shame If we swallow our pride, I know we’ll see That I’ll turn to you…and you’ll turn to me Shadows search the wall, but can only shed a tear Lying all alone, while you lie so very near My love for you is stronger than this I’m missin’ your touch…missin’ your kiss This night’s not over, we both can see When I turn to you, and you turn to me Copyright- Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC – Nov. 18, 2003
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Moncton, New Brunswick
At the Foot of the Cross Many roads have I wandered, Many seas have I crossed Many nights a tear I’ve shed Over all that I’ve lost But no price can be paid For the sins and the cost They were all washed away At the foot of the cross At the foot of the cross Forever the price was paid To forgive this poor lost sinner The final sacrifice was made God gave his only Son To follow Him’s your only cost On that hill known as Calvary At the foot of the cross Not one among us worthy For the scarlet runs too deep Through the pain of crucifixion His promise did he keep To save this poor lost sinner For trials I have fought On the road to forgiveness At the foot of the cross Repeat Chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – June 14, 2012
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Better Side of Town This long and dusty road Will take me out of town Two miles past the covered bridge And the mill that’s long torn down The one room school, the five & dime And the church where we gave praise Past the soda Texaco and the soda shop Is the house where I was raised Dear momma, I know you’re watchin’ From up on Heaven high You’re walking through the fields of green And daddy’s at your side You left this life and moved along Always Heaven bound Now you’re livin’ in a better place On a better side of town The memories come flooding back As I wipe away a tear Of momma sittin’ on the porch In her favorite rocking chair A time of simple values Were all we ever knew Of daddy working dusk till dawn Just to see our family through Repeat chorus plus; Yes you’re livin’ in…a better place On a better side of town Copyright – Wayne Mullins & Roy LeBlanc DOC – May 16, 2008
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What are We Gonna Do Every time I …..turn around Something’s either blowin’ up or down Vinyl records, where’d they go? To Bluetooth and the wireless mode Brand new….already old Now it’s hot….now it’s cold My my, what are we gonna do? Lock the doors, turn off the news Write a letter to your MLA Lick the stamp….give’em DNA Eye in the sky, and who’s the man Big brother and your Uncle Sam Do you believe….what you hear? Bout climate change and the ozone fear Someone makes…a buck or two Scares the hell from me and you Bloody hands….buy dirty oil Laid to rest….beneath the soil Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc Repeat chorus DOC – March 21, 2007
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It’s the Last Time He told her he’d always love her Said they’d never be apart He could never fix the pieces That fell from a broken heart With a hand on his shoulder I whispered as I cried It’s the last time you’ll ever say good-bye It’s the last time hearts are broken It’s the last time tears are cried And when you reach those golden streets You’ll be walking side by side There’s a mansion waiting for you Where the sun forever shines It’s the last time you’ll ever say good-bye Today I went to see him To offer a final prayer He slipped away into the night For her loss, he could not bear A hand lay on my shoulder And He whispered as I cried It’s the last time he’ll ever say good-bye It’s the last time hearts are broken It’s the last time tears are cried Now they’ve reached those golden streets And they’re walking side by side In a mansion waiting for them And the sun forever shines It’s the last time they’ll ever say good bye Yes, it’s the last time they’ll ever say good-bye Copyright – Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC – Dec. 16, 2012
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Shiny Shoes Grew up on the poor side A shack with an old tin roof Daddy worked in the coal mine My momma ran the booze A time or two a man stopped by You were gone for an hour or two Hey momma. Where’d you get those shiny shoes? Shiny shoes, shiny shoes Hey momma, I sure like those shiny shoes Ain’t got nothing but bare feet Pair of jeans and a shirt or two Sure wish I had a pair of those shiny shoes Moved from that old coal town To the big city kind of girl Made myself my first mistake With a boy named Jimmy Earl Gave up 2 kids for a bottle of booze Well I did what I had to do Hey momma, don’t you like my shiny shoes? Shiny shoes, shiny shoes Hey momma, I sure like these shiny shoes We ain’t walking in bare feet Tell on me, I’ll tell on you Hey momma, don’t we like our shiny shoes Hey momma, we sure like our shiny shoes Copyright – Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC – March 05, 2015 + Bluegrass
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Out To the Island My lunchbox and me, we ain’t free We’re tied to the clock every day Well maybe its fate, this job that I hate Will soon get the best of me This traffic and city, might be a pity And the wheels go round and round But it’s Friday night, and I’m dam sure right Settin’ sail for higher ground I’m going out to the island, out in the sea Out where my life and the air is free Ain’t no watch on my hand, it’s paradise in the sand Out to the island where palm trees grow Sandals and sun and the livin’ is slow And I’ll be singin’ a song, when you come along With the red sunrise, my sleepy eyes Tell me it’s Monday again Not too much to pack, but I gotta head back To a world that’s all in vain I hear the foreman call, see the clock on the wall It’s all such a waste of my time Cause lying with you and this cooler of beer Has damm sure changed my mind We’re gonna stay out on the island, out in the sea Out where our life and the air is free Ain’t no watch on our hand, just paradise in the sand Out to the island, where palm trees grow Sandals and sun and the livin’ is slow And we’ll be singing this song, when the daylight is gone Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – August 03, 2009
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Man With A Gun There’s a pot-bellied stove in the kitchen But it’s a thousand miles away There’s a man with a gun who’s thinkin’ its fun To treat my momma that way Twenty five years in a prison Is what I’m doin’ for doin’ what’s right An eye for an eye for the man with a gun Who shot my momma that night Now its 24/7 that I’m lying in a prison Thinking bout the things I’ve done wrong There’s people I see that keep tellin’ me You know we can help you son If you’re settin’ me free, well you better believe What five years has made me say An eye for an eye, for the man with the gun And I pray God sees it that way Momma’s walking on the streets of Heaven Daddy’s lying in a grave somewhere I’m the only son who the only one Who carries this burden I bear Brother’s moved on to Texas Little sister was doin’ what’s right Puttin’ bullets in the gun that killed that man Who shot my momma that night Repeat chorus Copyright- Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – June 23, 2010
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Tears on My Pillow I walk a lonely highway In a dream that never ends The pouring rain that hides my tears Has become my closest friend A star in my own movie If I could only play the part But your tears on my pillow Know the pain here in my heart Oh your tears on my pillow They talk till way past two And whisper to my lonely heart I’m not to blame, it must be you A lonely heart, I may be broken And the tears keep us apart Yes your tears on my pillow Know the pain here in my heart I know you’ve seen me crying I’ve seen you crying too And late at night when tears fall down You blame me and I blame you Can’t we just rewind this movie Right back to where we start Where there’s no tears on my pillow And the pains not in my heart (Repeat Chorus) Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – July o3, 2012
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Moncton, New Brunswick
That’s What My Momma Said I’ve seen the streets of heaven In a picture on the wall My Momma said we’d walk the streets Of gold when they called I seen the pain and sorrow On our TV just last night They’ll be no pain said Momma When the angels’ wings take flight When the angels’ wings take flight When the trumpet sounds again When the gates of Heaven open wide And God’s choir sings us in Our storms on earth now over And our sorrows finally shed We’ll walk on Heaven’s streets of gold That’s what my Momma said The years have quickly gone by And I’ve grown to be a man I can still recall the stories About the golden streets back then They’ll be no pain for Momma Now I know her stories right She’s walking on those streets of gold Since the angels wings took flight When the angels’ wings take flight When the trumpet sounds again When the gates of Heaven open wide And God’s choir sings us in Our storms on earth now over And our sorrows finally shed We’ll walk on Heaven’s streets of gold Just like my Momma said Yes, we’ll all walk those streets of gold… (Add to last chorus) Just like my Momma said Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – Nov. 23, 2012
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Moncton, New Brunswick
One More Lie We wed in 1990, back in our hometown The small white church, the preacher And a borrowed wedding gown Words of love exchanged and true Lasting for all time Now it’s 1992, there’s no roses or no wine There’s the one about forever, and don’t forget “I Do” And what about I love you, and to you forever true The truth it always hurts, and it always makes me cry But I’ll make it through this night I know If you tell me one more lie That small white church, the preacher And that borrowed wedding gown Just a shade of life I remember As I’m leaving our hometown But I cling to hope, may-be one day You’ll see you’ve been blind And you’ll wish that you could tell me… Tell me one more lie There’s the one about forever, and don’t forget “I Do” And what about I love you, and to you forever true The truth it always hurts, and it always makes me cry But I’ll make it through this night I know From the tears I just can’t hide Yes, I’ll make it through this night I know… I’m not living one more lie Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – May 24, 2001
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One Foot in The Fire I’ve walked the roads of no return I’ve cried a tear or two When the dark of night would come around I’d always turn to you Now dear Lord, I’m standing here In tears I call your name Once again I’m at the crossroads Of Heaven’s light and shame I’ve got one foot in the fire The other in the sand If I make the wrong decision The devil takes my hand I may not know where I’m going Bit I sure know where I stand With one foot in the fire And the other in the sand The crossroads are a lonely place Where day turns into night And decisions of the soul are made They’re either left or right I’ve face this road so many times Dear Lord please take my hand With one foot in the fire And the other in the sand Copyright- Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC – Feb. 08, 2015
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One By One The dew’s still on the morning It’s warm here in this bed One by one I’ve lost the pictures Just empty frames inside my head I dream of years now gone by There’s a daughter and a son And I’d re-live every moment Of every day, one by one One by one I’d live the laughter If one by one you’d live the tears On my knees alone each night I prayed God would keep you near A light in the soul of darkness The strength through every storm Now, one by one I count the teardrops Till I can’t cry no more Take a walk on Sunday morning Just a place we used to go Though I’ve counted every day Doesn’t seem that long ago Like pieces from a puzzle Shattered like my broken heart One by one, they fell together One by one, we fell apart Copyright- Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC- March 16, 2013
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Stop the Train Jammed my clothes in a suitcase Your memory far behind Bought this ticket on the S & R For anywhere down the line I’m sittin’ down as the train starts up But your memory comes alive I make a move for the doorway All I see is the lights fly by Stop the train, stop the train I need her love like a burnin’ flame One more miles gonna be too late Hey conductor please stop the train Mr. Engineer, now can you wait In your hand you hold my fait It’s my mistake, I’ll take the blame Please stop the train, stop the train I’m beggin’ of you mister Please slow this big train down But all I hear is the clickety – clack Getting’ miles from my hometown Got to get to a telephone line My call may be all in vain All I ask is a helping hand Please stop the train, please stop the train Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – Jan. 31, 2017
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American Soldier They’ll hold the line, they’ll fight the fight They’ll read their letters from home tonight Boys now men, their childhood done All color and creed, they stand as one The stars and stripes, held proud and tall Our American Soldiers, one and all On foreign soil, they carry their guns Could be your daughter, it could be your son Somewhere a Mom will pray tonight Her young son survives the fight Somewhere a Dad cries in vein He holds a cross as he speaks her name They’ve had such fears, both day and night Prayin’ they’ll stay safe tonight Somewhere a bullet goes astray Their American Soldiers comin’ home to stayThe thunder roars from twenty-one guns The flags are folded for Dad and Mum Her teddy bear, his high school ring Are placed with care, as the choir sings From different worlds, they fought as one His only daughter, her only son The trumpet sounds the final call Two American Soldiers, who gave their all Here at home we’re safe tonight While a world away, our soldiers fight On battlefields they hold their own A tour of duty, then going home They risk their lives each night and day They make us proud in so many ways Young men and women stand as one Praying to God, this war’s soon done Yeah, it could be your daughter, it could be your son. Copyright – Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc – DOC- Nov. 21, 2004
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The Calling As I stare into your dark eyes I thank the Lord above You’re the answer to a prayer Now the only one I’ll love You may be gone tomorrow If the good Lord takes you home And I’ll be waiting for his calling When we’ll never be alone A pair of Angle’s wings are waiting And a halo for your head Where the sunshine always rests On the golden road ahead In God’s choir you’ll be singing Your voice so pure and kind Until Heaven calls your name I thank God that she’s mine We’ve been through hard times together And shared a tear or two But there’s never been one quarrel From the moment we said “I Do” If Heaven’s doors should open If your time on earth were through You’ll be walking the streets of Heaven Till I’m called to walk with you. Repeat Chorus Copyright – Wayne Mullins - Roy LeBlanc DOC – April 02, 2017
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The Roses Just Won’t Do My daddy never cared much for the rich folk They always laughed when he came into town When I met you, I bought you pretty roses Daddy said, son the roses just won’t do Has she got friends that buy from the town stores? Do they drive a car that I never do? If you believe that she really cares about you Then tell me why your roses just won’t do Daddy walked back in the house and saw me crying That you’d laugh at a poor boy from out of town So I’ll give these pretty roses to my Mama And you won’t have to ever turn them down. Copyright; Wayne Mullins Roy LeBlanc DOC. – August 23, 2018
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The Plains of Abraham They fought and died, Young boys and men A page of history was written back then From days gone by To days at hand Have we learned anything, from the Plains of Abraham? Men fight for glory and some for spoil But ours stood tall for Canadian soil From Jonquiere to Bassin D’eau For mom’s and daughters, for me and you They fought and died, to save the land On the Plains of Abraham Can you hear them shout? Can you see them cry? As they fought together, have you ever asked why? Would you stand tall? Over this great land Would you take their place, on the Plains of Abraham? Copyright; Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC. – Sept. 10, 2018
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Moncton, New Brunswick
I Walked With God Today There’s a field beyond the stream And many times I’ve seen The wonders and the beauty from above Each time I walk this land God gently holds my hand And shows me his everlasting love I walked with God Today By a stream I stopped to pray On earth I’ve walked before Like I’ll walk through Heaven’s door This land He gave to me Just a glimpse of eternity His strength shows me the way As I walked with God today That old tree that stood alone And the house that’s come and gone Where my Papa taught us all to pray In the wind I hear his His voice He knows I’ve made my choice His promise will take me home to stay And I’ll walk with God today Like I did just yesterday On earth I’ll walk no more Now I’ve walked through Heaven’s door Now Papa walks with me And we’ll share eternity Like we did just yesterday We’ll walk with God today Repeat last two lines. Copyright – Wayne Mullins DOC – June 12, 2017
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Wayne Mullins - Lyrics
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Moncton, New Brunswick
This Letter I found your letter, I read the lies I sit alone…I laugh, then I cry You’ve seen my eyes…you’ve seen the tears You’re so far away whenever he’s near The screen door is open, your suitcase is gone One last good- bye, left next to the phone When you read this letter I want you to know That I truly loved you, not that long ago We shared a passion, we shared a son Now we share the pieces that fall one by one A birthday forgotten, no rose at the door The old flame still burns, but it can’t hurt no more So I’ll take your letter, I’ll take some time Write down some words from memories of mine The passion of love, the fires and flame Once taken for granted, now taken the blame The sun’s going down, the door’s closing fast I see the future, is all in the past. Copyright; Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc DOC – Sept. 09, 2018
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Wayne Mullins - Lyrics
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Moncton, New Brunswick
I Won’t be Crying Over You Hands on the clock tell me it’s 2 And once again I’ll think of you When they point to 3 am It’s time to think of you again Soon the morning light will come One more cloudy night is done I won’t be sad, I won’t be blue I won’t be crying over you I won’t be crying over you While you’re holding someone new And don’t be thinking that I’m blue With teardrops falling over you (Repeat Chorus) I won’t be sad that you’re gone Pick up the pieces and move on Might do the same with someone new But I won’t be crying over you Thought that was you I seen today Crossed the street, then turned away That was you I seen, I’m sure Yesterday and the day before Must be plain for you to see You’re leaving doesn’t bother me Copyright – Wayne Mullins I won’t be sad, I won’t be blue Roy LeBlanc I won’t be crying over you DOC. – June 23, 2012
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Wayne Mullins - Lyrics
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Through the cracked wooden boards And the broken glass pane The shame and the sorrow are one and the same The upstairs will whisper The silence will roar Tears ran like water, like the tide on the shore Like the tide on the shore, like the tide on the shore Tears ran like water, but they don’t run no more There’s a song from the bluebird and a rainbow on high I never look back and I’ll never ask why The rain clouds will circle and the thunder may roar But the tears have all left with the tide from the shore I thought I might see Old friends that we knew They don’t talk to me, but they still talk to you The rain clouds may whisper The thunder may roar There’ll be no more tears, just the tide on the shore Copyright; Wayne Mullins and Roy LeBlanc. DOC. – Sept. 10, 2018
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Wayne Mullins - Lyrics
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Moncton, New Brunswick
Name 
Wayne Mullins
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Instruments Songwriter, Drums
Genres Country, Oldies, Gospel
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