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Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

Love Your Neighbor As Yourself
The Malpass Family performed a great song at Merelfest 2003: Love thy neighbor as thyself.

"Love thy neighbor as thyself. Do unto him as you’d have him do to you. Give him things that you can do without to help him live. Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too.

Now, this old world could be a lonesome place without a friend. We need each other every day. Together we can win. There’s a little good in every man. Don’t count and see his faults. And a precious deed that you might do may change his inward thoughts.

Love thy neighbor as thyself. Do unto him as you’d have him do to you. Give him things that you can do without to help him live. Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too.

Well, I once knew a couple of fellers near my old homestead. And I just wish that all the world could live the way they did. They’d swap off work and lend each other money, mules, and plows. And I’ve seen’m many a time dividing milk from one old cow.

Love thy neighbor as thyself. Do unto him as you’d have him do to you. Give him things that you can do without to help him live. Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too.

We need old timey neighborhoods, with hearts that’s free of greed. God make us good old fashioned folks who’ll be a friend indeed. If you want a friend, then be a friend. Do not let charity slack. Do your deeds without a price, someone will pay you back.

Love thy neighbor as thyself. Do unto him as you’d have him do to you. Give him things that you can do without to help him live. Love thy neighbor as thyself and he will love you too.

Love."

Louvin Brothers recorded “Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself” for Capitol, 1955.