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John Handcox

"No More Mourning" (karaoke)

"No More Mourning" (sheet music)


No more mournin', no more mournin', no more mournin' after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.

 

No more sorrows, no more sorrows, no more sorrows after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.

 

No more mis'ry, no more mis'ry, no more mis'ry after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.

 

No more cryin', no more cryin', no more cryin' after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.

 

No more weepin', no more weepin', no more weepin' after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.

 

No more slav'ry, no more slav'ry, no more slav'ry after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.

 

Oh, freedom, oh, freedom, oh, freedom after a while,

And before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave,

Take my place with those who loved and fought before.


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