Who wrote the gospel song "I Won't Complain"?


The gospel song “I Won’t Complain” was written by Don H. Johnson. “I Won’t Complain” was the last song he wrote and was played at the funerals of Ray Charles, Luther Vandross, Coretta Scott King, and Rosa Parks.

Don H. Johnson was an active songwriter and singer from the 1970s through the 1990s. He recorded more than 30 albums during that time. The songs he wrote were performed by gospel groups like The Lamar Sego Family, The Spencers and the Florida Boys. He was also a pastor in Memphis, Tenn. for over 5 decades and ministered to people in all 50 states and in 52 countries around the world.

Q&A Related to "Who wrote the gospel song "I Won't Complain"?"
I've noticed that many attribute the writing of this song to the late Rev Paul Jones, but he was not the author of the song "I Won't Complain" Rather, this great gospel
you hear it at alot of funerals, and its a solo song, many people sing it but i won't to know the original singer and the rest of the words. some of the word are: i have some ...show
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thanks for your answer, although it was the wrong one, I found out that the song was written by Ronny Hinson. . mimi3. 45 months ago.
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