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BELMONT MUSIC COMPANY 

3411 W. CHICAGO AVE. CHICAGO, ILL. 



21 NEGRO SPIRITUAL SONGS 



CONTENTS 

NAME PAGE 

DEEP RIVER ! 

STEAL AWAY AND PRAY ... 2 

LITTLE DAVID PLAY ON YOUR HARP 3 

NOBODY KNOWS THE TROUBLE I SEE 4 

SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT 5 

OLD TIME RELIGION 6 

ROLL JORDON ROLL 7-8 

ALL THE WAY 9 

HEAVEN I0-I I 

HE'S GOT HIS EYES ON YOU 12 

GIT ON BOARD 13 

ZEKIEL SAW THE WHEEL 14 

BROTHER NOAH BUILT THE ARK 15 

WERE YOU THERE 16 

STEAL AWAY AND PRAY 17 

I'AM SO GLAD THAT MY TROUBLES DON'T LAST ALWAYS 18 

CHEER THE WEARY TRAVELER 19 

WASN'T THAT A WIDE RIVER 20 

MY LORD'S GONNA MOVE THIS WICKED RACE 21 

DON'T YOU WANT TO MEET YOUR MOTHER OVER THERE 22 

DEATH, SPARE ME OVER ANOTHER YEAR 23 

MY LORD WHAT A MORNING 24 

Copyright 1937 — Belmont Music Co., Chicago, III. 
International Copyright Secured 



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Were you there when they laid Him in the tomb Were you there 

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SHEET 
MUSIC 




Home on the Range 

I'll Take You Home Again 
Kathleen 

The Man on the Flying Trapeze 

Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane 

The Little Girl Dressed in Blue 

LaPaloma (The Dove) 

Frankie and Johnny 

Dark Eyes 

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny 

Whispering Hope 

Merry Widow Waltz 

Bill Bailey Won't You Please 
Come Home 

Big Rock Candy Mountain 

A Bicycle Built for Two 

Blue Danube Waltz 

Silver Threads Among the Gold 

Ave Maria 

Beautiful Dreamer 

Grandfather's Clock 



Hand Me Down My Walking 
Cane 



Hill Billy Wedding in June (A) 

In the Evening by the Moonlight 

La Cucaracha 

La Golondrina (The Swallow) 

Londonderry Air 

O Sole Mio 

Oh, Suzanna 

Old MacDonald Had a Farm 

Folly Wolly Doodle 

She'll Be Coming 'Round the 
Mountain 

The Bee (with an extra Violin 
Solo) 

The Flowers That Bloom in the 
Spring 

Volga Boat Man 

Way Down Upon the Swanee 
River (Olds Folks at Home) 

When the Work's All Done This 
Fall 



Wiegenlied 

Will You Buy My Bublitcki 
Yellow Rose of Texas (The) 
and Hundreds of Others 



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