He Arose From The Dead

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He Arose from the Dead (4579-1) - Deacon L.J. Bates (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
Chicago c. June 1927, Pm 12585
C position pitched C#

He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

One angel came from heaven and rolled away the stone.[1]
One angel came from heaven and rolled away the stone.
One angel came from heaven and rolled away the stone.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

Go tell to my disciples, meet me in Galilee.
Go tell to my disciples, meet me in Galilee.
Go tell to my disciples, meet me in Galilee.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

Go and tell to my disciples, go and feed my tender lamb.
Go tell to my disciples, go feed my tender lamb.
Go tell to my disciples, go and feed my tender lamb.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

One angel came from heaven and rolled away the stone.
One angel came from heaven and rolled away the stone.
One angel came from heaven and rolled away the stone.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose Him from the dead.
He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead.
And the Lord shall bear my spirit home.

Notes

  1. 2.1/2/3 and 8.1/2/3 He pronounces STONE as STOON. The S, T and N can be heard, ruling out TOMB.


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