Michael, row the Boat ashore

Kirchenlied (Mitte 19. Jh.)

Das Lied wurde früher von amerikanischen Sklaven gesungen und erstmals 1867 in "Slave Songs of the United States" von Allen, Ware und Lucy McKim Garrison abgedruckt.

Michael, row the boat ashore, alleluya,
Michael, row the boat ashore, alleluya.

Sister, help to trim the sail, alleluya,
Sister, help to trim the sail, alleluya.

Michael's boat's a gospel boat, alleluya,
Michael's boat's a gospel boat, alleluya.

Jordan's river is chilly and cold, alleluya,
Chills the body but warms the soul, alleluya.

Jordan's river is deep and wide, alleluya,
Meet my mother on the other side, alleluya

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