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Sing for freedom : the story of the Civil Rights Movement through its songs / compiled and edited by Guy and Candie Carawan.

Other author/creatorCarawan, Guy.
Other author/creatorCarawan, Candie.
Format Musical Score and Print
Publication InfoBethlehem, Pa. : Sing Out Corp., ©1990.
Description1 score (312 pages) : illustrations ; 25 cm
Subject(s)
Contents We shall overcome (originally published: New York : Oak Publications, 1963) -- Freedom is a constant struggle (originally published: New York : Oak Publications, 1968).
Contents We shall overcome : We shall overcome. We are soldiers. I'm gonna sit at the welcome table. They go wild over me. How did you feel? Everybody sing freedom. We shall no be moved. This little light of mine. You'd better leave segregation alone. Dong, dog. I know (we'll meet again). Ballad of the student sit-ins. Moving on -- Freedom rides : Which side are you on? Freedom's comin and it won't be long. Get your rights, Jack. Hallelujah, I'm a-travelin'. If you miss me from the back of the bus. Hully gully. Buses are a-comin', oh yes. Parchman parodies -- Albany, Georgia : Ain't gonna let nobody turn me round. Oh Pritchett, Oh Kelly. Sing till the power of the Lord comes down. Come and go with me to that land. Certainly, Lord. I'm on my way to the freedom land. I'm so glad. Oh freedom. Over my head. Walkin' for freedom just like John -- Voter registration : One man's hands. Woke up this morning with my mind on freedom. Get on board, little children. Come by here. Fighting for my rights. Been down into the South. We'll never turn back. Ballad of Herbert Leer. The hammer song -- Greenwood, Birmingham : Guide my feet while I run this race. Bull Connor's jail. Ballad for Bill Moore. Hard travelin'. Ninety-nine and a half won't do. Keep your eyes on the prize.
General notePrincipally melodies with chord symbols.
General notePreviously pub. as 2 separate volumes.
General noteIncludes commentary with each song, bibliographical references and discography (p. 7), and index.
Other titleWe shall overcome.
Other titleFreedom is a constant struggle.
Other titleWe are soldiers.
Other titleI'm gonna sit at the welcome table.
Other titleThey go wild over me.
Other titleHow did you feel?
Other titleEverybody sing freedom.
Other titleWe shall not be moved.
Other titleThis little light of mine.
Other titleYou'd better leave segregation alone.
Other titleDog, dog.
Other titleI know we'll meet again.
Other titleBallad of the sutdent sit-ins.
Other titleMoving on.
Other titleWhich side are you on?
Other titleFreedom's comin' and it won't be long.
Other titleGet you rights, Jack.
Other titleHallelujah, I'm a-travelin'.
Other titleIf you miss me from the back of the bus.
Other titleHully gully.
Other titleBuses are a-comin', oh yes.
Other titleParchman parodies.
Other titleAin't gonna let nobody turn me round.
Other titleOh Pritchett, oh Kelly.
Other titleSing till the power of the Lord comes down.
Other titleCome and go with me to that land.
Other titleCertainly, Lord.
Other titleI'm on my way to the freedom land.
Other titleI'm so glad.
Other titleOh freedom.
Other titleOver my head.
Other titleWalkin' for freedom just like John.
Other titleOne man's hands.
Other titleWoke up this morning with my mind on freedom.
Other titleGet on board, little children.
Other titleCome by here.
Other titleFighting for my rights.
Other titleBeen down into the South.
Other titleWe'll never turn back.
Other titleBallad of Herbert Lee.
Other titleHammer song.
Other titleGuide my feet while I run this race.
Other titleBull Connor's jail.
Other titleBallad for Bill Moore.
Other titleHard travelin'.
Other titleNinety-nine and a half won't do.
Other titleKeep your eyes on the prize.
LCCN 90754220 90151076
ISBN0865711798 (hard)

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