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1.   I'm going to tell God all-a-my troubles, I'm going to tell God all-a-my troubles, I'm going to tell God all-a-my troubles, Ob, my little soul's going to shine, shine; Oh, my little soul's going to shine, shine.
2.   You may bury my body in the east of the garden, Bury my body in the east of the garden,
Bury my body in the east of the garden, Oh, my little soul's going to shine, shine; Oh, my little soul's going to shine, shine.
"All Over this World."
Chorus All over this world, All over this world, All over this world, All over this world.
1.   All-a-my troubles will soon be over with, Soon be over with, soon be over with, All-a-my troubles will soon be over with,
All over this world.
Chorus All over this world, etc.
2.   All back sliding will soon be over with, Soon be over with, soon be over with, All back sliding will soon be over with,
All over this world.
Chorus All over this world, etc.
"Oh, Nobody Knows the Trouble I See."
Chorus
Oh, nobody knows the trouble I see,
Nobody knows but Jesus. Oh, nobody knows the trouble I see,
Glory hallelujah.
1. Sometimes I'm up, Sometimes I'm down, Oh, yes, Lord.
Sometimes I'm level with the ground. Oh, yes, Lord.








E-Book - An Annotated Compendium of Old Time American Songs by James Alverson III