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Three Parables ( The MUSTARD SEED song)

Posted by mike gregory, written by Gregory B. Gregory

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Size: 2,275kb, uploaded 10/28/2009 7:03:36 PM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

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Blue Christmas

My brother Gregory Gregory ( the kid so nice, Mom named him twice) wrote this. He has given permission to sing it wherever you are, and wherever you go. Hope the audio is clear, as to the words. If not, email me and I'll send you a copy. No tab, but chords, too, if you need them.



5 comments on “Three Parables ( The MUSTARD SEED song)”

Steve Jeter Says:
Wednesday, January 12, 2011 @9:07:45 AM

I really like it1 I assume its you playing banjo , sweet!

jistgreg Says:
Saturday, October 15, 2011 @7:12:23 PM

Public Domain.
Vocals and Banjo: Mike Gregory
Bass Harmony and Bass Banjo: Greg Gregory
Soprano Harmony and Percussion: Nancy Gregory
Guitar and Harmonica: Clay Siegl

banjoy Says:
Sunday, January 15, 2012 @9:06:18 AM

Well that brought a smile to me,

Don Borchelt Says:
Monday, April 18, 2022 @6:10:26 PM

That is just wonderful, Mike!

mike gregory Says:
Sunday, April 24, 2022 @7:19:54 AM

Here's the cheat sheet

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Three Parables (The MUSTARD SEED SONG)

By Gregory Gregory [the kid so nice, Mom named him twice]



(Ad lib)

[C] [F] [C] [G] [C] F] [C] [G]



[C] Put some love in- [F] -to your [C] heart

[F] Like a [C] mustard [G] seed it starts.

[C] But the little [F] mustard [C] seed, be-[G]-comes a mighty [C] tree



[C] Come help me[G] plant the [C] mustard, Come help me [G]plant the [C] mustard,

The [F] hours are [C] long, and the [F] pay is [C] low, but [F] you'll find [C] happiness

[F] in your [C] row.

For the little[G] mustard [C] seed, becomes a [G] mighty [C] tree,

And we'll [F] have a cele-[Em]-bration, when we [Dm] bring the [G] harvest [C] in!



How to tell the vine's a good vine:

It bears good fruit all the time!

By the fruit, you'll know the tree, by My love you'll know Me.

Come, help me in My vineyard, Come, help me in My vineyard.

The hours are long, and the pay is low, but you'll find happiness in your row.

For the good fruit of the vine, Becomes our sparkling wine,

And we'll have a celebration, when we bring the harvest in!



Some seed falls into the street, where it's trampled, under feet.

Some seed falls on weeds or stone,

The rest, I call My own!



Come help me in My wheatfieled, Come help me in My wheatfieled,

The hours are long, and the pay is low, but you'll find happiness in your row.

For the full grain in the head, becomes our daily bread,

And we'll have a celebration, when we bring the harvest in!



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