Make Way, Here Comes The Holy Ghost

K. Gemmell
K. Gemmell
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I was intrigued recently upon hearing a Church of England vicar on BBC radio 3 tell her interviewer that she has a sign across the bonnet (hood) of her car that reads ‘Make way, here comes the Holy Ghost.’ It seemed like a good title for a song, so I wrote lyrics and set them to an instrumental tune of mine called The Flapper’s Ball, a lively 1920s-style melody.

This is a joyful Christian song with a serious underlying message. The words are lighthearted, the piano part is easy to play and it’s great fun to perform in church or otherwise.

Score ID
K. Gemmell
K. Gemmell
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Other and Jazz music
Instrumental parts

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