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Lord of Lords

Author: Jessy Dixon

Dixon, Jessy: b. 3-12-38, San Antonio, TX; gospel singer, pianist and composer Go to person page >

Author: Randy Scruggs

Randy Lynn Scruggs (born August 3, 1953 in Nashville, Tennessee) is a music producer, songwriter and guitarist. He had his first recording at the age of 13. He has won a Grammy Award and was twice named "Musician of the Year" at the Country Music Association Awards. He is the middle son of Earl Scruggs. As a songwriter, Scruggs's credits include "We Danced Anyway", "Love Don't Care (Whose Heart It Breaks)", "Love Has No Right", "Don't Make It Easy for Me", "Chance of Lovin' You", and "Angel in Disguise". Scruggs has worked with many artists, including Michael Card, The Talbot Brothers, Waylon Jennings, George Strait and Emmylou Harris. His career dates back to the 1970 with the release of All the Way Home, a collaboration with his old… Go to person page >

Author: John Thompson

(no biographical information available about John Thompson.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Lord of lords, King of kings
Title: Lord of Lords
Author: Jessy Dixon
Author: Randy Scruggs
Author: John Thompson
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Glory to God
Copyright: © 1983 Windswept Pacific Music Ltd.

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