[I may never march in the infantry]

[I may never march in the infantry]

Arranger: Palmer Wheeler
Published in 3 hymnals

Arranger: Palmer Wheeler

In his mid-twenties, Palmer Esker Wheeler joined the first Stamps Quartet, singing for Victor Records. In his mid-thirties, he joined the Vaughan Quartet and sang in concerts and on the radio. He was known as "the golden tenor voice of gospel music." His songs were published by Stamps-Baxter and Vaughan Music. In his mid-thirties, he left quartet singing to teach at Freed-Hardeman College (Henderson, Tennessee). He led singing for many Churches of Christ congregations. He published Youth Melodies and Action Songs in 1952. His most popular songs included I Want To Go To Heaven When I Die, Have I Done The Best I Can, Tomorrow May Be Too Late, and We Will Never Be Sorry. Source: Gospel Gems: A Collection of Songs by Palmer and Tommy Wheeler.… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [I may never march in the infantry]
Arranger: Palmer Wheeler
Incipit: 11123 32321 22121
Key: C Major
Source: Traditional
Copyright: Public Domain



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I'm Gonna Sing #9

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The New National Baptist Hymnal (21st Century Edition) #517

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