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O never, you mind what Satan say

O never, you mind what Satan say

Tune: [O never you mind what Satan say]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

Refrain:
Going home in the chariot in the morning,
Going home in the chariot in the morning,
Going home in the chariot in the morning,
Going home in the chariot in the morning.

1 O never you mind what Satan say.
Going home in the chariot in the morning.
He never did teach one sinner to pray,
Going home in the chariot in the morning. [Refrain]

2 O sinner man you better pray,
Going home in the chariot in the morning.
For judgment is coming every day,
Going home in the chariot in the morning. [Refrain]

3 O mourner, O mourner, you must believe,
Going home in the chariot in the morning.
And the grace of God you will receive,
Going home in the chariot in the morning. [Refrain]

Source: Folk Songs of the American Negro (No. 1) #18

Text Information

First Line: O never, you mind what Satan say
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Going home in the chariot in the morning

Timeline

Instances

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Plantation Melodies and Spiritual Songs. 3d ed. #d89

Text

Folk Songs of the American Negro (No. 1) #18

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