The Family Who Prays Never Shall Part Song Lyrics and Chords

 

The Family Who Prays Never Shall Part Song Lyrics and Chords by The Louvin Brothers

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]The Family Who Prays Never Shall Part
Recorded by the Louvin Brothers
Written by Ira and Charlie Louvin
[3/4 time]
[G]The Family who prays will [C]never be [G]parted
Their circle in heaven unbroken shall [D7]stand
God will say [G]enter my [C]good faithful [G]servants
The family who prays [D7]never shall [G]part
Satan has parted [C]fathers and [G]mothers
Filling their hearts with his envy and [D7]hate
Heading their [G]pathways [C]down to [G]destruction
Leaving their children like [D7]orphans to [G]stray
Repeat #1
Wars and Tornadoes are [C]taking our [G]loved ones
Leaving us tearful with sad aching [D7]hearts
But we shall [G]join them [C]over the [G]river
For the family who prays [D7]never shall [G]part

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FAQ

 

Who sang the the song The Family Who Prays Never Shall Part?
– The song The Family Who Prays Never Shall Part was sang by The Louvin Brothers.

 

Who is The Louvin Brothers?
РThe Louvin Brothers were an American musical duo composed of brothers Ira (April 21, 1924 РJune 20, 1965) and Charlie (July 7, 1927 РJanuary 26, 2011) Louvin (n̩ Loudermilk). The brothers are cousins to John D. Loudermilk, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member.
The brothers wrote and performed secular country music, as well as fire-and-brimstone gospel music. Ira played virtuoso mandolin and generally sang lead vocal in the tenor range, while Charlie played rhythm guitar and offered supporting vocals in a lower pitch. They helped popularize the vocal technique of close harmony in country and country-rock.After becoming regulars at the Grand Ole Opry and scoring a string of hit singles in the late 1950s and early ’60s, the Louvin Brothers broke up in 1963 due in large part to Charlie growing tired of Ira’s addictions and reckless behavior. Ira died in a traffic accident in 1965. They were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001, and Charlie died of cancer in 2011. Rolling Stone ranked the Louvin Brothers No. 4 on its list of the 20 Greatest Duos of All Time.

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