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One Kind Favour
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[Get a **free download**] Traditional spiritual - originally recorded by Blind Lemon Jefferson in 1927 as 'See That My Grave Is Kept Clean' - here given the bluegrass gospel treatment.
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Today in sub-genre: #36
Peak: #10   (55,642 songs currently in Blues)
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May 12, 2006
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Bitrate: 320 kbps. Runtime: 3:14. File size: 7.42 MB.
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trad arr. The Rosinators
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trad arr. The Rosinators (PDC Music)
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[Get a **free download** when you join The Rosinators' mailing list] Blind Lemon Jefferson recorded the traditional "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean" in October 1927, two years before he froze to death on the streets of Chicago. When Jefferson learned the song it was a folk spiritual called "Two White Horses In A Line", also known as "One Kind Favour". Read more here.
Lyrics
One Kind Favour 1. Well there's one kind favour I'll ask of you Well there's one kind favour I'll ask of you Well there's one kind favour I'll ask of you See that my grave is kept clean 2. Well there's two white horses in a line Well there's two white horses in a line Well there's two white horses in a line Carryin' me to my buryin' ground 3. Well there's three black coaches in the rain Well there's three black coaches in the rain Well there's three black coaches in the rain Empty now from their heavy load 4. Did you ever hear that coffin sound Did you ever hear that coffin sound Did you ever hear that coffin sound Being lowered into the ground 5. Well there's one kind favour I'll ask of you Well there's one kind favour I'll ask of you Well there's one kind favour I'll ask of you See that my grave is kept clean
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