Round 2 Voting: Search For Southern Gospel’s Greatest Song – 1960’s

Today begins round 2 voting in our search for Southern Gospel’s greatest song.  We started with 40 songs to represent the decade of the 1960’s.  We are down to twenty.  The top five in vote tally for each of the two polls will advance to the semi-finals.  Rules are as follows:

  1. All readers of this blog can participate.
  2. Please vote in each poll.
  3. You get three choices in each poll.  Be sure to select three choices in each of the polls.
  4. The top five songs in each poll by vote tally will advance to the semi-finals.

1960’s – Round 2 – Poll 1

  1. “Because He Lives”
  2. I Believe In A Hill Called Mt Calvary
  3. “I’ll Meet You In The Morning”
  4. “Jesus Is Coming Soon”
  5. Little Is Much
  6. The Night Before Easter
  7. “Sheltered In The Arms Of God”
  8. “The Holy Hills”
  9. Until You’ve Known The Love Of God
  10. “Without Him”

1960’s – Round 2 – Poll 2

  1. “Had It Not Been”
  2. “He Is Mine And I Am His”
  3. “He Touched Me”
  4. “I Know Who Holds Tomorrow”
  5. The Old Rugged Cross Made The Difference
  6. “Sweet Sweet Spirit”
  7. “Thank God I’m Free”
  8. ‘Til The Storm Passes By
  9. “Until Then”
  10. “Who Am I”
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2 thoughts on “Round 2 Voting: Search For Southern Gospel’s Greatest Song – 1960’s

  1. Exactly. This is a tough era to narrow down. Are these songs better than today’s songs or is it just because they’re such a huge part of our DNA combined with too much SG being produced today with a quicker turnover? I guess our grandkids will have to answer.

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