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Plenty Good Room

My Lord's done just what he said, Way in the kindom

Tune: [My Lord's done just what he said] (43321)
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

Refrain:
There's plenty good room,
There's plenty good room,
Way in the kingdom;
There's plenty good room,
There's plenty good room,
Way in the kingdom.

1 My Lord's done just what he said,
Way in the kingdom;
Healed the sick and raised the dead,
Way in the kingdom. [Refrain]

2 One of these mornings bright and fair,
Way in the kingdom;
Going to hitch on my wings and cleave the air,
Way in the kingdom. [Refrain]

3 When I was a mourner just like you,
Way in the kingdom;
I prayed and prayed till I came thro',
Way in the kingdom. [Refrain]

4 Come on, mourner make, a bound,
Way in the kingdom;
The Lord will meet you on halfway ground,
Way in the kingdom. [Refrain]

Source: National Jubilee Melodies #84

Text Information

First Line: My Lord's done just what he said, Way in the kindom
Title: Plenty Good Room
Source: Spiritual
Language: English
Refrain First Line: There's plenty good room
Copyright: Public Domain

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Folk Songs of the American Negro (No. 1) #59

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National Jubilee Melodies #84

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