When books are published, a few errors manage to be undetected
This is especially true when a small number of eyes look at the unpublished book.

Unfortunately, as soon as an AT book is released, mistakes are soon noticed, either by the editor or by those who've bought the book.
So I'm going to attempt to include corrections on this page.
This will mainly be for the new book, 'all together all right' , but I certainly know of some earlier books that need corrections.

You're most welcome, encouraged, to send me errors you've discovered.

Thanks

Music Edition

594 – guitar chords: Bar 1 beat 1 & Bar 4 beat 1 ‘D’; Bar 3 & 11 move ‘G’ to beat 3

612 – v.3 Bar 13: ‘keep me in the grave’ (not ‘from’)

614 – v.4 Bar 8: ‘?’ after ‘hill’

617 – Bar 17 move Guitar chord ‘A’ to Beat 3, Bar 18 Beat 1 ‘D
Replace Bar 20 with 2 bars – copy Bars 1-2 (omitting Beat 4 notes of Bar 2)

653 – v.2 Bar 18: ‘help me on your way’ (not ‘lead’)

654 – v.1 Bar 6: ‘?’ after ‘away’.

655 – Bar10: ‘3’ instead of ‘2’; Bar 20: ‘2’ instead of ‘Bridge’

662 –Bar 6: Repeated chorus ends ‘with all you’ve … got’

666 –v. Bar 3, Beat 3: ‘C’ guitar chord

668 – Guitar chords: Bar 19 beat 3 - ‘G’ (not ‘C’), Bar 22 beat 1 ‘D’, Bar 30 beat 2 erase ‘D

670 – add Repeat sign at the end (Bar 19)

673 – Copyright notice ‘© 2013’ (not ‘2008’)

684 – Omit Bar 22

685 – Bar 25 v.4: erase ‘j’ added to ‘ever’

Index – ‘Send out your light’ (not ‘Sent’)

Index – omit ‘Stepping on the dirt and stones’, ‘Write your law on to our hearts’

Script Index – Joel 6:13-15 (Heroes) should be ‘Judges 6:13-15

Script Index –  2 Cor 15:54-58 (Keep me Lord) should be ‘1 Cor 15 …’

Word edition

616 – Last line of chorus ‘The gates are open wide’ (not ‘doors’) 

2021 - Where do we go from here?

Breezin' along in my Japanese coupe, breezin' along with the windows down. The dog keeps sniffing the air - he's got an empty head but he's alright. We've got time to spare, time to get where, we don't know, and who cares?

And the days go fast and the nights go faster
Lord, where do we go from here?
Lord, where do you want me to be? (© Robin Mann 1972)

Some questions keep on coming, and this is one of them.
The pandemic has put a hold on so much, and while Australia is in a better position than many, uncertainty remains.

Two weeks ago I  finished a song 'In the year that's coming'. It ends with:

May your love shine through us,
every day renew us,
keep on coming to us, 
stay with us
in the coming year.