Come Along and Walk with Me

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Come Along and Walk with Me
Studio album by Connie Smith
Released October 1971
Recorded May 1971
(RCA Studio, Nashville)
Genre Gospel
Label RCA Victor
Producer Bob Ferguson
Connie Smith chronology
Just One Time
(1971)
Come Along and Walk with Me
(1971)
City Lights: Country Favorites
(1972)

Come Along and Walk with Me is the seventeenth studio album by American country artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in October 1971 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. It was Smith's third album of Gospel music, and her second solo Gospel album.

Come Along and Walk with Me contained ten tracks of Gospel music material, ranging from songs written by Dallas Frazier to songs by Bill Gaither. The album was released on a 12-inch LP album, with five songs on each side of the record.[1] The album did not chart the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, nor were any singles released.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Plenty of Time" – (Clay McLean)
  2. "Street Where the Lonely Walk" – (Gladness Jennings)
  3. "Bridge of Love" – (Dallas Frazier, Arthur Leo Owens)
  4. "Crumbs from the Table" – (Barbara Miller)
  5. "He Touched Me" – (Bill Gaither)

Side two[edit]

  1. "Come Along and Walk with Me" – (Frazier, Owens)
  2. "(In the Valley) He Restoreth My Soul" – (Joyce Reba Rambo)
  3. "Too Much to Gain to Lose" – (Rambo)
  4. "Don't Let Me Walk Too Far from Calvary" – (Rambo)
  5. "I'd Still Want to Serve Him Today" – (Ray Lewis)

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