About the Song

Conway Twitty. That iconic baritone voice, smooth as Tennessee honey, brings back a flood of memories, doesn’t it? Tonight, we’re setting our sights on one of his more heartwarming gospel tunes, a song that perfectly encapsulates the simple joys of faith and community: “Sweet, Sweet Spirit”.

Twitty, known for his blend of country and rockabilly, wasn’t afraid to delve into his spiritual side. “Sweet, Sweet Spirit” showcases that beautifully. Released on his 1972 album The Conway Twitty Collection, the song became a staple in churches and gospel music circles.

Imagine yourself settling into a pew on a Sunday morning, the scent of worn hymnals and freshly brewed coffee filling the air. The organist plays a gentle melody, and then, there’s Twitty’s voice, warm and sincere, inviting you into the song’s embrace. It’s a familiar feeling, a gathering of folks seeking comfort and inspiration.

“Sweet, Sweet Spirit” isn’t a complex song, but its beauty lies in its simplicity. It speaks of a tangible presence, a “sweet, sweet spirit” that fills the room and touches the hearts of those gathered. The lyrics paint a picture of peace and contentment, a sense of community and shared faith.

So, whether you’re a lifelong Conway Twitty fan or simply someone who appreciates a good gospel tune, “Sweet, Sweet Spirit” is a song that will resonate with you. It’s a reminder of the power of faith, the importance of community, and the simple joys that come from gathering together in song. So, sit back, relax, and let Twitty’s voice wash over you as we delve into this heartwarming classic.



There’s a sweet sweet spirit in this place
And I know that it’s the spirit of the Lord
There are sweet expressions on each face
And I know that it’s the presence of the Lord

Sweet Holy Spirit
Sweet heavenly dove
Stay right here with us
Filling us with your love

And for all these blessings
We lift our hearts in praise
Without a doubt we’ll know
That we have been revived
When we shall leave this place…