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595. When the Saints Go Marching In

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1 O when the saints go marching in,
O when the saints go marching in,
O Lord, I want to be in that number
when the saints go marching in.

2 O when the sun refused to shine,
O when the sun refused to shine,
O Lord, I want to be in that number
when the sun refused to shine.

3 O when they crown Him Lord of all,
O when they crown Him Lord of all,
O Lord, I want to be in that number
when they crown Him Lord of all.

Text Information
First Line: O when the saints go marching in
Title: When the Saints Go Marching In
Meter: 88 10 7
Language: English
Publication Date: 2001
Scripture:
Topic: Everlasting Life
Source: Negro Spiritual
Tune Information
Name: WHEN THE SAINTS
Arranger: Stephen Key
Meter: 88 10 7
Key: D Major
Source: Negro Spiritual
Copyright: Arr. © 2000 GIA Publications, Inc.



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