Lord Lead Me On

Author: Marion W. Easterling

Born: March 12, 1910, Clanton, Alabama. Died: December 10, 1989, Birmingham, Alabama. Buried: Martin Memorial Cemetery, Clanton, Alabama. Marion W. Easterling, composed over 300 southern gospel songs. He received his music education in various singing schools, being taught by Ocie Lee DeVaughan, Dad Speer and others. In 1938, he was the youngest composer to sign a five year contract with the Stamps-Baxter Publishing Company. He has been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for his long career as the programmer for the WKLF Radio stations's gospel program "America's Favorites". The program began in December 1947 and continued for 39 years, during which time, he broadcast over 20,000 shows. --www.findagrave.com/  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the way seems dark and long
Title: Lord Lead Me On
Author: Marion W. Easterling
Refrain First Line: Lord lead me on from day to day
Publication Date: 1937
Copyright: © 1937 in Stamps-Baxter Music Co.



Instances (1 - 13 of 13)

America's Favorite Radio Songs #d132

Best of All #d174

Best of All Number 2 #d175

Church Hymnal #96

New Songs of Inspiration No. 2 #d264

New Songs of Inspiration Number 3 #d277

New Songs of Praise #132

Primitive Baptist Hymnal #d379

Radiant Joy #130

Radio Beams #124

Revival Message #51

Songs of Inspiration #d239

Timely Songs for Church, Singing School and Conventions #d124

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