Song



WATCHTOWER &
AWAKE


(to the tune of Sweet Violets)

by Dale Baker




There once was an elder who stood at my door,

He said I was wicked, my wife was a- _____

postate and both of us might just as well

resign from the Watchtower and go straight to _____

bed without dinner for doubting their word,

that everything God said was written-in the



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I’ve gone to the meetings since I was a lad,

but t’wasn’t till later I learned I’d been _____

spending my life in a rat-race of works,

thinking that all other Christians were _____

very nice people, though in Satan’s power,

who’d only be saved if they’d just read the



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In ‘Seventy-five, they expected the end,

A promise so certain that we should de-____

lay all our pleasures and put life on hold,

forget about pensions, we’d never get ____

weary of preaching, ’cause we knew for sure,

that what God confided they’d put in the



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In ‘Seventy-nine some in Brooklyn did get

in trouble for reading and not knowing ____

that it was bad to read Bibles at home.

For soon you’d be rabid and your mouth would _____

start telling others the facts from God’s Word,

instead of the present truth found in the



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