“Tell It Like It Is” by Ralph Carmichael & Kurt Kaiser

I got a musical bug in my ear and searched all over the internet for the lyrics to any of the songs in the musical “Tell It Like It Is” by Ralph Carmichael and  Kurt Kaiser with NO success. Weird. In fact, I finally sought and bought the vinyl (with lyric sheet) from England (I am in the US) just to be able to hear the songs and see the lyrics. So, folks, here they are – the ONLY place you can currently read them on the ENTIRE INTERNET!

I scanned the lyric sheet and saved it as an image file because I don’t have time to type them up. I realize they aren’t as easy to read this way, but if anyone cares to do that little job and sent me the text, I will post it and credit you. Someone finally uploaded it to Youtube a few months , so  that is at the bottom.

 

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