Plantation Melodies and Spiritual Songs. 3d ed.

Editor: John Nelson Clark Coggin
Publisher: Hall Mack Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1927
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d1A happy meeting in the bright, shining world
d2Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d3All my troubles will soon be over
d4Although you see me coming along
d5Am I a soldier of the cross
d6Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d7As I go down the stream of time
d8Brothers, don't stay away
d9Brothers, will you pray for me
d10Camp meeting in the wilderness
d11Chariot rode on the mountain top
d12Children grumbled on the way
d13Christians, hold up your heads
d14Christians, hold your light
d15Come along, come along, and let's go home
d16Come along, my sister, come along
d17Come on, sister, with your ups and downs
d18Come thou fount of every blessing
d19Death came to my house, he didn't stay long
d20Death came to my house, he didn't stay long
d21Do the cares of life surround you on your way
d22Don't call the roll, John
d23Don't you want to be a soldier, soldier, soldier
d24Go, tell Mary and Martha
d25Goin' [Gwine] to lay down my burden, Down by the riverside
d26Gwine to write to Massa Jesus
d27Holy Bible, holy Bible
d28I am in him, and he's in me
d29I dwelt in Sodom, and believed myself secure
d30I found free grace and dying love
d31I got my Jesus, going to hold him fast
d32I hailed to my sister, she hailed back to me
d33I hear dem angels a-calling loud
d34I heard my mother say
d35I know I've been converted
d36I know my robe's going to fit me well
d37I looked over Jordan, and what did I see
d38I love to shout, I love to sing
d39I may be blind and I cannot see
d40I see my mother coming
d41I want to go to heaven, and I want to go right
d42I want to go to heaven, and I want to go right
d43I want to go to heaven when I die
d44I wish I could hear some sinner say
d45I wonder where my mother is gone
d46If I was a sinner, I'll tell you
d47If religion was a thing that money could buy
d48If religion was a thing that money could buy
d49If you see my mother, O yes, just tell her for me
d50I'll take my gospel trumpet
d51I'm a-going to tell you about the coming
d52I'm going on to heaven
d53I'm going to see my mother
d54I'm goin't be so glad when I get home
d55I'm goin't join that big 'soc'ation
d56I'm goin't sit down at the welcome table
d57I'm so glad I got my religion in time
d58I'm sometimes up and sometimes down, I'm sometimes almost level
d59It was good for our fathers [mothers] [poor old Daniel] [the apostles]
d60I've a crown up in heaven
d61I've a good old mother in the heaven
d62I've a home prepared where the saints abide
d63I've got a home ina that Rock
d64I've got a mother in de heaven
d65I've got a mother over yonder
d66I've got a robe, you've got a robe
d67I've got a song I love to sing
d68Jesus Christ, he died for me
d69John said that Jerusalem [the city] was (just) four-square
d70Lightning flashes, thunder rolls
d71Like Peter when you said to him
d72Little David was a shepherd boy
d73Look over yonder on Jericho's wall
d74Lord, I want to be a Christian in [in-a] my heart
d75Mary and a-Martha's just gone 'long
d76Methodist, Methodist is my name
d77My brother, I remember when I was a sinner lost
d78My Lord [he] calls me, [he] calls me in [by] the thunder
d79My Lord, my Lord, My lord says he's goin't rain
d80My mother's broke the ice and gone
d81My sister, the Lord has been here
d82Never saw such a man before
d83Noah sent out a mourning dove
d84O brothers, won't you help me
d85O brothers, you ought to have been there
d86O Hallelujah to the lamb
d87O Hallelujah to the lamb
d88O my brother, I remember when I was a sinner
d89O never mind what Satan says
d90O religion is a fortune
d91O sinner, sinner, you better pray
d92O steal away and pray
d93O the blind man stood on the way and cried
d94O the rocks and the mountains shall all flee away
d95O, walk together, children
d96O where shall I be when the first trumpet
d97O you just as well live in union
d98Old Noah built himself an ark
d99On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d100One day, one day I was walking along

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