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American Ballads and Folk Songs____________
BLIN' MAN STOOD ON DE WAY AN' CRIED
This spiritual is known and much sung in the country Negro churches throughout South and East Texas.
Blin' man stood on de way an' cried, Blin' man stood on de way an' cried, Crying "O Lawd, show me de way." Blin' man stood on de way an' cried.
Cryin', "Help me, O Lawd, if you please," Cryin', "Help me, O Lawd, if you please," Cryin', "O Lawd, show me de way." Blin' man stood on de way an' cried.
When I was a sinner I stood on de way an' cried, When I was a sinner I stood on de way an' cried, Cryin', "O Lawd, show me de way." Blin' man stood on de way an' cried.
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