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Poor Mourner's Got a Home

O mourner, mourner

Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

Refrain:
m, m, my Lord!
m, Poor mourner's got a home at last.
m, m, my Lord!
m, Poor mourner's got a home at last.

1 O mourner, mourner,
Ain't you tired a-mourning,
Bow down on-a your knees and join the band of angels,
No harm, ho harm,
Go tell brother Elijah,
No harm, ho harm,
Poor mourner's got a home at last. [Refrain]

2 O sinner, sinner,
Ain't yo tired of a-sinning,
Bow down on-a your knees and join the band of angels,
No harm, ho harm,
Go tell brother Elijah,
No harm, ho harm,
Poor mourner's got a home at last. [Refrain]

3 O seeker, seeker,
Ain't you tired a-seeking,
Bow down on-a your knees and join the band of angels,
No harm, ho harm,
Go tell brother Elijah,
No harm, ho harm,
Poor mourner's got a home at last. [Refrain]

4 O preacher, preacher,
Ain't you tired a-preaching,
Bow down on-a your knees and join the band of angels,
No harm, ho harm,
Go tell brother Elijah,
No harm, ho harm,
Poor mourner's got a home at last. [Refrain]

Folk Songs of the American Negro (No. 1), 1907

Text Information

First Line: O mourner, mourner
Title: Poor Mourner's Got a Home
Language: English
Refrain First Line: m, m, my Lord!
Copyright: Public Domain

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Text

Folk Songs of the American Negro (No. 1) #25

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