Lyrics to "Little Talks" song by Of Monsters And Men: Hey! Hey! Hey! I don't like walking around this old and empty house So hold my hand, I'll walk with. (I thought this might be like his ghost talking to her) "The stairs creak as you sleep it's keeping me awake" (More of him being a ghost) "It's the house telling you to close your eyes" (He's telling her to go to sleep) "Somedays I can't even trust myself" (Just her not knowing what to do w/o him) "'Cause though the truth may. In Stamps-Baxter thought highly enough of his work that it issued a separate collection of his songs, Pearls oj Paradise (Stamps-Baxter, Dallas, ). In , Derricks sent to Stamps-Baxter what would be his best-known song, " Just a Little Talk with Jesus," which first appeared in Harbor Bells No. 6 and which has.
Cleavant Derricks A new gospel song burst on the scene in the late s and by had become such a popular favorite of gospel singers and Christian denominations that it was regarded as a folk song. The song was "Just a Little Talk with Jesus," composed in by Cleavant Derricks (c. ), a pianist and. TITLE: "Just a Little Talk with Jesus" AUTHOR: Cleavant Derricks, born Chattanooga, Tennessee, May 13, ; died Chattanooga, Tennessee, April 14, TUNE: JUST A LITTLE TALK COMPOSER: Cleavant Derricks SOURCE: Worship & Song, no. SCRIPTURE: Psalm ; Romans b. TOPIC: affliction. Lyrics. Print-Friendly Lyrics. Well I couldn't face the mornin' So I climbed right back in bed. The problems and the pressures. They were runnin' through my head. But then I felt the spirit whisper. Child you've been right here before. Every problem can be lifted. When you give it to the Lord. CHORUS So I had a little talk with.