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Ride on, King Jesus

Full Text

Ride on, King Jesus, no man can a-hinder me.
Ride on, King Jesus, ride on.
No man can a-hinder me,
no man can a-hinder me.
Ride on, King Jesus, no man can a-hinder me.
Ride on, King Jesus, ride on.
No man can a-hinder me,
no man can a-hinder me,
no man can a-hinder me,
no man can a-hinder me.
In that great gettin' up morning,
fare ye well, fare ye well.
In that great gettin' up morning,
fare ye well, fare ye well.
No man can a-hinder me,
no man can a-hinder me,
no man can a-hinder me.
Ride on, King Jesus.

Source: African American Heritage Hymnal #225

Text Information

First Line: Ride on, King Jesus, no man can a-hinder me
Title: Ride on, King Jesus
Source: Traditional
Language: English

Timeline

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African American Heritage Hymnal #225TextPage Scan
Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #692



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