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In My Time of Dyin'
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[Get a **free download**] Traditional spiritual, first recorded by the great Texas bluesman Blind Willie Johnson in the late 1920s as 'Jesus make up my dyin' bed' and covered by Dylan on his debut album
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October 03, 2006
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Bitrate: 320 kbps. Runtime: 2:47. File size: 2.55 MB.
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trad arr. The Rosinators
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trad arr. The Rosinators (PDC Music)
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In My Time of Dyin' lyrics and song history
by The Rosinators Traditional spiritual - see full song history and details of major recordings, from Blind Willie Johnson and Charley Patton to Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin and many others.
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In My Time of Dyin' lyrics and song history
by The Rosinators 1. In my time of dyin' Don't want nobody to mourn All I want for you to do Is take my body home Well well well so I can die easy Well well well Well well well so I can die easy Jesus gonna make up Jesus gonna make up Jesus gonna make up my dyin' bed 2. Meet me Jesus meet me Meet me in the middle of the air If these wings should fail me, Lord, Won't you meet me with another pair Well well well so I can die easy Well well well Well well well so I can die easy Jesus gonna make up Jesus gonna make up Jesus gonna make up my dyin' bed 3. In my time of dyin' Don't want nobody to cry All I want for you to do Is take me when I die Well well well so I can die easy Well well well Well well well so I can die easy Jesus gonna make up Jesus gonna make up Jesus gonna make up my dyin' bed trad. arr. The Rosinators