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Husky - song of praise

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The song, “Can the Circle Be Unbroken,” by the Carter Family, was done by the so-called “First Family of Country Music,” and this gospel song was written as a Christian hymn that’s been in nearly every hymn book in the last century, originally written by Ada R. Habershon in 1907, it’s a hymn about the loss of a loved one and was written to give hope for those they left behind.  When one’s saddled with grief and despair after such a great loss, it should make us look ahead in hope because, “There’s a better home a-waiting, In the sky, Lord, in the sky,” so the death of a loved one who’s trusted in Christ is in a far better place, being with the Lord.  Right now, they’re waiting for their loved ones to join them in this never-ending “unbroken circle.”  This circle is for all who’ve trusted in Christ.  For the Christian funeral, it’s not “Goodbye,” but “See you later.”

Directly after the war Husky began working as a dee-jay in the California area of Bakersfield. Western star Smiley Burnette hired him for a tour but forced him to change his name. Burnette said, Ferlin Husky does not sound country. Ferlin started working under his first pseudonym, Terry Preston, on tour as well as on appearances in local honky tonks and juke joints in and around Bakersfield and also on various studio sessions backing other artists as a bass player.

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