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Motherless Child

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  1. Kacage
    Jun 24,  · MOTHERLESS CHILD Lyrics: Motherless child, life shouldn't be so hard / I just whip that pot and turn it back into hard / I know what I want, I wanted it for a long time / Thinkin' 'bout that.
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  2. JoJodal
    The “motherless child” could be a slave separated from and yearning for his or her African homeland, his or her spouse, parents, siblings or child (ren) (from all or any of which he or she may have been separated in the trafficking process) or a slave suffering “a long ways from home”—home being heaven—or most likely all.
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  3. Fenrikora
    "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," first came to wide public prominence when it was performed by the Fisk Jubilee Singers in the s. One of the most haunting African-American spirituals, “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child,” was likely borne out of heart-wrenching tragedy: the forcible separation of parent from child.
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  4. Kazizahn
    " Mother's Children Have a Hard Time ", also known as " Motherless Children ", is a gospel blues song recorded by Blind Willie Johnson in It is a solo performance, with Johnson singing and playing an acoustic slide conttuthenokadatycusruptnaphici.xyzinfo: 78 rpm record.
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  5. Kaziramar
    rows · Wright is among the most remembered voices of Soul music, perhaps mostly for being .
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  6. Dorn
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Eric Clapton - Motherless Child at Discogs. Complete your Eric Clapton collection/5(11).
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  7. Tojajar
    Motherless Child Lyrics: (Yo yo guzzlin' forties, let's get it on fella, no doubt) / The Walla-bee Champ comes back / Iron Man strikes back (Lou Diamonds, Tony Starks) / Raid your whole empire.
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  8. Tojashura
    The house where she had raised her son—never, ever realizing that she herself was raising a motherless child, now a long, long way from home. ♦ Published in the print edition of the August 5.
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