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The Buses Are a-Comin'

The buses are a-comin', oh, yes

Tune: [Mary had a baby]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 The buses are a-comin', oh, yes,
The buses are a-comin', oh, yes,
The buses are a-comin',
The buses are a-comin',
the buses are a-comin', oh, yes,

2 You better get ready right now.
You better get ready right now.
You better get ready,
you bettter get ready,
you better get ready right now.

3 We're gonna keep comin', oh, yes.
We're gonna keep comin', oh, yes.
We're gonna keep comin',
we're gonna keep comin',
we're gonna keep comin', oh, yes.


Source: Discipleship Ministries Collection #33

Text Information

First Line: The buses are a-comin', oh, yes
Title: The Buses Are a-Comin'
Source: USA Civil Rights Protest Song, 1960s
Language: English

Instances

Instances (1 - 1 of 1)
Text

Discipleship Ministries Collection #33

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