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Poor Wayfaring Stranger - Genie Farrow - This Is My Country (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Tojasida
    Dec 09,  · Wayfaring Stranger Lyrics: I am a poor wayfaring stranger / Traveling through this world alone / There is no sickness, toil nor danger / In that fair land to which I go / I'm goin' home to see my.
  2. Yolabar
    I am a poor wayfaring stranger Traveling through this world of woe But there's no sickness, toil or danger In that great world to which I go I'm going there to see my Father I'm going there no more to roam I'm only goin' over Jordan I'm only goin' over home I know dark.
  3. Mazura
    Poor, Wayfaring Stranger Lyrics: I am a poor wayfaring stranger / Wandering through this world of woe / But there's no sickness, no toil, no danger / In that bright land to which I go / I'm goin.
  4. Dogal
    Oct 17,  · Wayfaring Stranger Lyrics: I'm just a poor wayfaring stranger / Travelling through this world below / There's no sickness, no toil, nor danger / In that bright land to which I go / I'm going there.
  5. Kajizragore
    Emmylou Harris covered the song on her album Roses in the Snow. Harris' version peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It reached number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. The song, here referred to as "I Am a Poor Wayfaring Stranger", was featured in the World War I drama Genre: American folk music.
  6. Telar
    I am a poor wayfaring stranger Traveling through this world alone There is no sickness, toil nor danger In that fair land to which I go I'm going home To see my mother I'm going home No more to roam I am just going over Jordan I am .
  7. Shakatilar
    I am a poor wayfaring stranger Travelling through this world alone There is no sickness, toil nor danger In that fair land to which I go I'm going home to see my mother I'm going home, no more to roam I am just going over Jordan I am just going over home I know dark clouds will hover o'er me I know my .
  8. Naramar
    Feb 14,  · While the traditional “Wayfaring Stranger” has been at the foundation of North American music for at least two centuries, its origin is far from exact. Some historians have traced its genesis to the s, others, the early s. Depending on who you’re talking to the song may be a reworked black spiritual, a lifted native [ ].

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