How I Learned to Pray — This Friday’s Song

This Friday’s song is “How I Learned to Pray” by Charlie Worsham. This version of the song features Luke Combs. Worsham wrote the song with Jeremy Spillman and Ryan Tyndell, and it was first featured on his “Rubberband” album.  This new version will be released on his new album “Compadres” which will be available Oct. 13. This five-track collection includes duets with Dierks Bentley, Elle King, Kip Moore, Lainey Wilson, and, of course, Luke Combs.

It wasn’t in a church with a chapter and a verse
Some preacher made sure everybody heard
Or just some words somebody taught me to say

I was living like I wasn’t long for thе world
Mama always said it’d take a special girl
To get a hold of mе
But I never let one get close to me

The man upstairs must’ve heard her prayers
‘Cause I looked up, you were standin’ there
Waitin’ on me
Like you were made for me
And I knew right then and there that I’d been saved
That’s how I learned to pray

Songwriters: Ryan Tyndell / Charlie Worsham / Jeremy Nathan Spillman
How I Learned to Pray lyrics © Warner-tamerlane Publishing Corp., Brave Bendito Songs, Bendito Songs, Ole Purple Cape Music, Dad’s Retirement Songs, Anthem Music Publishing I

Combs and Worsham complement each other well on this beautiful ballad. It pulls you in from the opening riff. Hope you enjoy “How I Learned to Pray.”

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