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Brothers, will you pray for me

Brothers, will you pray for me

Tune: [Brother will you pray for me?]
Published in 4 hymnals

Full Text

Refrain:
Nobody knows the trouble I see, Lord,
Nobody knows the trouble I see,
Nobody knows the trouble I see, Lord,
Nobody knows but Jesus.

1 Brother will you pray for me?
Brother will you pray for me?
Brother will you pray for me,
And help me to drive old satan away? [Refrain]

2 Sister, will you pray for me?
Sister, will you pray for me?
Sister, will you pray for me,
And help me to drive old satan away? [Refrain]

3 Father, will you pray for me?
Father, will you pray for me?
Father, will you pray for me,
And help me to drive old satan away? [Refrain]

4 Mother, will you pray for me?
Mother, will you pray for me?
Mother, will you pray for me,
And help me to drive old satan away? [Refrain]

Source: Lift Every Voice and Sing II: an African American hymnal #172

Text Information

First Line: Brothers, will you pray for me
Refrain First Line: Nobody knows the trouble I see, Lord

Timeline




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