I've Done Enough Dyin' Today' The Gatlin Brothers Chilling Performance

I've Done Enough Dyin' Today' The Gatlin Brothers Chilling Performance

This performance of “I've Done Enough Dyin' Today”' by the Gatlin Brothers will give you chills!

Playing from Larry’s Country Diner, the video starts with Larry Gatlin saying, “This is my most favorite song I’ve ever written” and goes on to tell a quick joke about a song. He then says, “That usually gets more of a chuckle” when it seems the audience doesn’t laugh as much as he was expecting.

The humor was a fun way to start the performance and make the audience feel comfortable before they started to sing. 

The Gatlin Brothers move right into the song, and we get to hear deep and beautiful music with perfect harmonies. You can’t help but want to stop and listen, no matter what you might be doing. 

The Gatlin Brothers are a Grammy-award-winning trio from Texas who have been entertaining for more than 60 years. The brother started performing by singing gospel music at a very early age. 

They have performed at places like the White House, Air Force One, Carnegie Hall, Dollywood, and the Grand Old Opry. They have also performed overseas for US troops as well as military bases in the United States. 

“I've Done Enough Dyin' Today'” was written by Larry Gatlin in 1978. The song ends with, 

“And how will we live now? You tell me
With parts of our hearts torn away
Just existing makes dyin' look awful easy
But maybe tomorrow I've done enough dyin' today”

Larry’s Country Diner is a down-home variety show set in a southern eatery. The show is full of entertainment, interviews, and music. It first aired in 2009 and has a casual homey feel to it. It feels like the performers are sitting down at your local restaurant to share with those having a meal. 

“My lips shall greatly rejoice when I sing to you; and my soul, which you have redeemed.” - Psalms 71:23

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