"Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen" as written by and Traditional....
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Nobody knows my sorrow
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Glory, Hallelujah

Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Nobody knows but Jesus
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Glory, Hallelujah

Sometimes I'm up
Sometimes I'm down
Oh, yes, Lord
Sometimes I'm almost to the ground
Oh, yes, Lord

Oh, nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Nobody knows my sorrow
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Glory, Hallelujah

Oh, every day to you I pray
Oh, yes Lord
For you to drive my sins away
Oh, yes Lord

Oh, nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Nobody knows but Jesus
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
(Glory) glory Hallelujah (hallelujah) (Lord)


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"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" as written by Louis Armstrong

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    General CommentNobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen is a spiritual. The song is well known and many cover versions of it have been produced, although the rendition by Louis Armstrong is the best known. Marian Anderson had her first successful recording with a version of this song on the Victor label in 1925. Lena Horne recorded a version of the song in 1946.Deep River Boys recorded their version in Oslo on August 29, 1958. It was released on the extended play Negro Spirituals Vol. 1 (HMV 7EGN 27). The song was arranged by Harry Douglas.The second line ("Nobody knows but Jesus") is changed in some renditions to be "Nobody knows my sorrow". the 2010 episode The Bus Pants Utilization of the American sitcom The Big Bang Theory, character Sheldon Cooper sings this song while playing a theremin.In the film Spaceballs (1987), Princess Vespa sings this while being held prisoner, revealing her bass singing voice.In Disney's The Lion King (1994), Zazu signs the first two lines; 'Nobody knows the trouble I've seen, Nobody knows my sorrow'.
    sepultura1987on May 15, 2011   Link

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