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ALL MY TRIALS

If livin' was a thing that money could buy

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Representative Text

Refrain:
It's late my brothers
It's late, but never mind
All — , all my trials Lord, soon be over.

1. If livin' was a thing that money could buy
The rich would live and the poor would die
All — , all my trials Lord, soon be over.

2. I had a little book, it was given to me
And each new page spelled liberty
All — , all my trials Lord, soon be over.

3. Think, you people, don't you cry
My Lord condemned not, nor do I
All — , all my trials Lord, soon be over.

4. See the land across the sea,
And the people crying, come set us free.
All — , all my trials Lord, soon be over.

Text Information

First Line: If livin' was a thing that money could buy
Title: ALL MY TRIALS
Source: Traditional
Refrain First Line: It's late my brothers

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Songs #2b

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