Ezekiel's Boneyard Circuit


It was down in boneyard circuit
There was no way to sherk it,
A Preacher named Eziekel was sent.

he landed at the station
and saw the situation
a valley of dry bones was his audience.

by way of a suggestion
the Lord asked him a question
can these dry bones be raised up from the dead?

The spirit was beseaching
the preacher went to preaching
and from the pulpit this is what he said.

Oh you old dry bones,
hear the words of the Lord
Rise upon your feet
his goodness to repeat
lay aside your dry profession
get a holy Ghost possession
you have been bleaching in the desert long enough!

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Barbara, United States

1 April 2012 at 4:36am

I just found the words in a Bible of my Mother's. Should I post them here or give my e-mail address so you can send for them?

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Melissa, United States

10 November 2011 at 5:06am

I too want the rest of the words to this song...help!

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Diana Short, United States

13 August 2011 at 5:16pm

Where can I get the rest of the verses of this song, please. Thank you

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Carolyn, United States

13 June 2011 at 1:43am

The second verse starts this way: "The bones all came together in spite of stormy weather...as fast as they could run..." (this is all I can remember...would love to have the words for the entire song....)

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Jean, Red Bay, Usa

23 June 2010 at 2:30am

I sing this song and have for many years, but don't know who wrote it, does anyone know author and when it was written.

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Tami, West Portsmouth, Usa

29 March 2010 at 4:59am

I have all the words to this song...My mother has sung thes song for many years...it's kind of her trade mark.

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Ken Anderson, Lexington, Ok

2 March 2010 at 8:10am

I have been looking for this song for years.

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Vera, Rudyard, Usa

20 April 2009 at 2:28pm

Where can I get the other verses to the above song?

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