|Song Title||Words & Music By||Time||Song Details||Index Link||Audio-Visual Link||Audio-Visual Link|
|Wait For An Answer||Dottie Rambo ***||2:15|
|Remind Me, Dear Lord||Dottie Rambo||2:45|
|Prisoner Of Love||Dottie Rambo||2:49|
|Sunday Is Father's Day||Dottie Rambo||2:57|
|It'll All Be Over But The Shoutin'||Rusty Goodman||2:57|
|Moments||B A Mercer||2:27|
|We Don't Have As Far To Go||Dottie Rambo & |
Album itself only lists Dottie Rambo as author, but Joe Hatfield is also listed as co-author at http://us.search.ccli.com/search/author?Authors=4294871798&Sorting=Popularity
|I Wouldn't Take Nothin' For My Journey||Rusty Goodman||2:08|
|I Have The Lord||Darius Spurgeon||3:01|
|I Want Two Wings||Thomas A Dorsey||2:00|
|Welcome Home||Les Beasley||2:50|
The Happy Goodman Family told Jimmie Davis about Dottie Rambo, which gave Dottie's songs their first big break toward becoming known throughout the world.
When you see *** above, these songs were published as Words & Music By Dottie Rambo & Jimmie Davis. However, Dottie Rambo has stated publicly in an interview with Bill Gaither that Jimmie Davis was not a co-writer with her on any of her songs [Bill & Gloria Gaither Present DOTTIE RAMBO With the Homecoming Friends]. He required a writer’s credit to publish her songs.
Jimmie Davis, the songwriter of the well known classic, You Are My Sunshine, and Dottie Rambo remained close friends until his death at age 102.