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That Clock Is Ticking

O don't you hear that clock ticking low?

Author: Theodore Sisk
Tune: [O don't you hear that cock ticking low?]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Theodore Sisk

Theodore Roosevelt Sisk was born in Hall County, Georgia, July 15, 1906. He studied singing under his father, Jesse Lovell, and continued studying under other teachers. He wrote for or five hundred songs and was the music editor and member of The Sisk Music Company, publisher of gospel song books in Toccoa, Georgia. He died 1979 in Lexington, Ky. Dianne Shapiro from Who's Who among southern singers and composers by Otis J. Knippers; James D. Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn., 1937 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O don't you hear that clock ticking low?
Title: That Clock Is Ticking
Author: Theodore Sisk
Refrain First Line: That clock is ticking
Publication Date: 1949
Copyright: Copyright, 1949, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. in "Chords of Love"

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