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General Information

Title: I don’t feel no-ways tired
Composer: Harry T. Burleigh (arr.)
Lyricist: Traditional

Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: Baritone solo
Genre: SacredSpiritual

Language: English
Instruments: Piano

First published: 1917 Individual song, G. Ricordi & Co
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Original text and translations

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I am seekin’ for a city, Hallelujah,
I am seekin’ for a city! Hallelu.
For a city into de Hebben, Hallelujah,
For a city into de Hebben, Hallelu.

Lord I don’t feel no-ways tired Childaren!
Oh, glory Hallelujah!
For I hope to shout glory when dis worl’ is on fire Chillen,
Oh, glory Hallelujah!

Dere’s a better day a-comin’, Hallelujah,
Dere’s a better day a-comin’, Hallelu.
When I leave dis worl’ ob sorrow, Hallelujah,
For to jine de holy number, Hallelu.

Lord I don’t feel no-ways tired Childaren!
Oh, glory Hallelujah!
For I hope to shout glory when dis worl’ is on fire Chillen,
Oh, glory Hallelujah!