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Swing Low Sweet Chariot

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  1. Faubei says:
    Swing Low, Sweet Chariot by Fisk University Jubilee Singers song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Chariot was the French word for the sledge used to collect cotton in the plantation fields. Yet more sources claim Wallis Willis, a Choctaw freedman in the old Indian Territory, composed this spiritual sometime before.
  2. Gozshura says:
    Swing low, sweet chariot, coming for to carry me home; swing low, sweet chariot, coming for to carry me home. 1 I looked over Jordan, and what did I see, coming for to carry me home? A band of angels coming after me, coming for to carry me home. [Refrain] 2 If you get there before I do, coming for to carry me home; tell all my friends I’m.
  3. Mazuramar says:
    Jun 26,  · ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ was originally sung by black slaves in America, probably improvised while they were working together. It was believed to be an alerting song – .
  4. Disida says:
    Jun 19,  · The controversy over Swing Low Sweet Chariot, explained; As a result, a number of past and present black rugby players have given their opinion in .
  5. Bragar says:
    Jun 19,  · When was “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” released? Being that this is a folk song in the truest sense of the word, its exact date of origin is unknown. However, its earliest-known recording dates back to , as performed by the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
  6. Goltizshura says:
    Swing Low, Sweet Chariot by Fisk University Jubilee Singers song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Chariot was the French word for the sledge used to collect cotton in the plantation fields. Yet more sources claim Wallis Willis, a Choctaw freedman in the old Indian Territory, composed this spiritual sometime before.
  7. Grokinos says:
    Jun 21,  · "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot is a Negro spiritual," Wright says. "It's a folk song, and by its very nature, its providence is centred in anonymity. Most folk songs we don't know the true origin.
  8. Shakakus says:
    Jun 18,  · The Swing Low, Sweet Chariot song has long been part of the culture of rugby and is sung by many who have no awareness of its origins or sensitivities. We Author: Gerard Meagher.

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