Talk:Show Me Your Way

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Wayward Son[edit]

Wayward Son is one of my favorite songs ever! Could it get a separate page? Allen (talk) 00:16, 12 March 2012 (UTC)

I love that song as well. But I don't think we can find enough sources to make a separate article. However, it did chart on the CCM charts and there is a source for that (see Glen Campbell discography). Do you have more on the song / single? Lumdeloo (talk) 09:20, 12 March 2012 (UTC)
Almost all of Glen Campbell's Christian songs during the 1990s were great! Some of my other favorites were "The Four Horsemen", "A Few Good Men", and many more that I haven't heard in a long while (so I have forgotten the names). I have the re-release of Show Me Your Way (2003). It has a zoomed-in picture of Mr. Campbell on it and the phrase "Gospel Legacy Series" in the top-left corner.
To answer your other question: No, I don't have any info on any of the songs. The only thing I have is the liner notes of that one CD. If you could research that, and make an article, that would be great. It would have to have a disclaimer (to disambiguate it from the more-famous "Wayward Son"). Allen (talk) 10:19, 12 March 2012 (UTC)
I don't think it's enough to go on, but I will keep my eye open for articles. A lot of those great songs were written by a songwriter called Geoff Thurman, maybe that could provide an angle.Lumdeloo (talk) 12:20, 12 March 2012 (UTC)