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John Brown´s Body / Nobody Knows The Trouble I´ve Seen / Billy Boy

8 thoughts on “ John Brown´s Body / Nobody Knows The Trouble I´ve Seen / Billy Boy

  1. Apr 24,  · Nobody knows the trouble I see, nobody knows but Jesus. Nobody knows the trouble I see, glory hallelujah. Sometimes I’m up, sometimes I’m down, oh yes Lord, sometimes I’m almost to the ground, oh yes Lord. Nobody knows the trouble I see, nobody knows but Jesus. Nobody knows the trouble I see, glory hallelujah. Sometimes I'm up.
  2. Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen, Nobody but Jesus. A meditation on a grief observed. My Father died a little over five years ago, and except for essential papers related to his estate, I simply boxed up most of his papers and stored them in the attic of my rectory for future attention.
  3. Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Glory Hallelujah Although you see me Goin' on so Oh yes I have my trials Here below Ohh yes, Lord Oh, nobody knows the trouble I've seen Nobody knows but Jesus.
  4. In this version, the lyric is changed to "Nobody know the trouble I've seen / Nobody knows but Jesus". In the film Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (), Lt. Proctor sings this song in prison while running a metal cup along the bars. A issue of Boys Life had a comic strip about a Boy .
  5. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" is a spiritual song that originated during the period of slavery but was not published until The song is well known and many cover versions of it have been done by artists such as Marian Anderson, Lena Horne, Louis Armstrong, Harry James, Paul Robeson, Sam Cooke among others. Anderson had her first successful recording with a version of this song on.
  6. May 26,  · Nobody Knows Lyrics: Your hand / It's perfectly in mine / Like it was the way it was meant to be before time / Before they told us what's wrong and what's right / What is truth, what is life / .
  7. Oct 10,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen · Clark Terry · The Jim Cullum Jazz Band Deep River: The Spirit of Gospel Music in Jazz ℗ Riverwalk Jazz.
  8. Nobody knows my sorrow Nobody knows the trouble I've seen Glory Hallelujah Sometimes I'm up, sometimes I'm down And nobody knows but Jesus Sometimes I'm almost to the ground (almost level, level to the ground) Nobody knows but you, Lord Repeat I believe, I believe, I believe (truly believe) Nobody, no, nobody, nobody but him (there's nobody.

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