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I've Come Too Far

I first heard this song years ago and have been looking for it since. No one could tell me who sung it. In fact, many people didn't even know the song (that may have something to do with my bad voice:) While looking for another Richard Smallwood song, I decided to go through all of his albums and I found it. Praise God for such inspirational music. It's a beautiful song and I recommend it and "Joy Will Come".

Finally!

I am so happy I-Tunes has added this classic by Richard Smallwood. The Center of My Joy, Your Love Divine, I've Come Too Far and Holy, Holy are may favorites. A must have for Smallwood fans.

Love this song !!!!!!

This is a beauitful song !!!!!!

Biography

Born: November 30, 1948 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A tenured, talented, and respected inspirational pianist, singer, songwriter, and producer in the gospel music business since the '70s, Richard Smallwood was born in Atlanta, Georgia on November 30, 1948. After graduating from Howard University (his classmates included Donny Hathaway, Debbie Allen, and Phylicia Rashad), where he earned degrees in vocal performance and piano, Smallwood taught music at the University of Maryland and eventually formed the Richard Smallwood Singers, putting out an eponymous...
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