Johnny Appleseed

Kim Gannon and Walter Kent

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This is a song often sung by Mennonites before meals as a way of
saying grace. Don't know where/when it originated.


Johnny Appleseed

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Oh, the Lord's been good to me.

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And so I thank the Lord

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For giving me the things I need:

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The sun, and the rain and the apple seed;

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Oh, the Lord's been good to me.

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Johnny Appleseed, Amen.


(Extra Verses)

Oh, and every seed I sow
Will grow into a tree.
And someday there'll be apples there
For everyone in the world to share.
Oh, the Lord is good to me.

Oh, here I am 'neath the blue, blue sky
Doing as I please.
Singing with my feathered friends
Humming with the bees.

I wake up every day,
As happy as can be,
Because I know that with His care
My apple trees, they will still be there.
The Lord's been good to me.

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