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Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed - Various - Led Astray - The Folk & Blues Roots Of Page And Plant (CD)

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  1. Blind Willie Johnson’s “Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed” is the first known recording of this gospel/blues classic, also sometimes called “In My Time of Dying.” Among others, versions.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Led Astray - The Folk & Blues Roots Of Page And Plant on Discogs.5/5(3).
  3. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: ecnaitertapirinlicukamemani.co Now in the time of dying I don't want nobody to moan All I want my friends to do Come and fold my dying arms Whoa Whoa well so I can die easy Whoa Whoa well so I can die easy Whoa Whoa well so I can die easy Jesus gonna make up my dying bed Meet me Jesus, meet me Won't you meet me in the middle of the air And if these wings .
  4. Led Astray MP3 music CD album at CD Universe, Aptly subtitled 'The Folk & Blues Roots Of Page & Plant', this 16 track collection contain a cover version of the bandmates.
  5. Jan 23,  · Jesus Make up My Dying Bed - Duration: Blind Willie Johnson - Topic 1, views. Staple Singers - Why Am I Treated So Bad - Duration: piotrgibus , views.
  6. Apr 08,  · Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed: The Ultimate Country Blues Collection. Leadbelly & Friends. $ The Masters of Blues! (33 Best of Blind Willie McTell & Mississippi John Hurt) Various Artists. $ Kings of Blues, Vol. 1. Robert Johnson, Big Bill /5(3).
  7. Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed Lyrics: Now in the time of dying / I don't want nobody to moan / All I want my friends to do / Come and fold my dying arms / Whoa Whoa well so I can die easy.
  8. Watch the video for Jesus Gonna Make up My Dying Bed from Josh White's Bluesman, Guitar Evangelist, Folksinger for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 11 February or ; died Manhasset, New York, 5 September ) was an American folk, blues, and gospel singer and guitarist. White was amongst the first blues.

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