Not only her country loved songs that can pierce us but her gospel songs as well. You can truly feel the sincerity when she opens her mouth or when she sings a hymn. Perhaps, her heart is connected to her vocals and she dedicates a particular gospel song to the highest almighty. A good embodiment of such was when Tammy Wynette sang “Precious Memories.” It can be realized through her voice the honesty of her heart.
Many artists have sung the hymn, they have different styles and approaches, but one of the most heartfelt renditions was from Tammy Wynette. Not only her version that can make us feel but also the words and lyrics of “Precious Memories.” It is one-of-a-kind striking hymn we can relate to. With this, bow down our heads and connect with God through this Christian Gospel.
Also, the hymn can bring us closer to God. The teachings and lessons of God can be understood through the hymn. As per Colossians 3:16, “Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God.”
The words and lyrics of “Precious Memories” were credited to J.B.F Wright in 1925. Since then, it has been recorded by various artists outside and inside of the country music scheme. Moreover, Wright was born in Tennessee on February 21, 1877.
“The First Lady” of country music, Tammy Wynette, surely knows how to touch our souls. She can, without a doubt, can make our eyes water through her deep and self-experienced songs. Indeed, she is one of the female country artists that can make us realize things by just listening to the melodies and analyzing the lyrics of the songs specifically her gospel renditions.
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Another Lonely Song, precious memories, stand by your man, Tammy Wynette