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Harriet Tubman

Author (v. 3): John McCutcheon

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Author: Walter Robinson

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Text Information

First Line: One night I dreamed I was in slavery
Title: Harriet Tubman
Author (v. 3): John McCutcheon
Author: Walter Robinson
Refrain First Line: "Come on up," uh huh
Copyright: © 1977 Shawnee Press Inc.

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Worship in Song #283

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