"Peace in the Valley" as written by Charles B. Johnson and Dp,....
Oh well I'm tired and I'm weary
But I must go alo-ong
Till the Lord shall come and call me
Call me away-ay oh-oh-oh yes
Then the mornin' so bri-ight
And the lamb is the lig-ight
And the night, the night is as bla-ack
As the sea-ea, oh yes

There will be peace in the valley
For me-ee-ee-ee some day
There will be pea-eace in the valley
For me, oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness, no sorrow (oh my Lord)
No more trouble, trouble I see
There will be peace in the valley
For me some day

There will be peace in the valley
For me-ee-ee-ee some day
There will be pea-eace in the valley
For me, oh Lord I pray
There'll be no sadness, no sorrow (my Lord)
No trouble, trouble I see
There will be pea-eace in the valley
For-or-or me, for-or-or me...


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"Peace in the Valley" as written by Thomas A. Dorsey

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