"Gospel Plow" as written by Bob Dylan and Dp,....
­With my two hands on the plow, I don't mind my journey now.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
Mary wore three links of chain, every link was Jesus' name.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.

Hold on, hold on,
keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
Paul and Silas land in jail, they got nobody to go their bail.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
One of these mornings 'bout twelve o'clock, this old world's gonna reel and
rock.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.

Who's that yonder dressed in red?
Must be the children that Moses led.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
With my two hands on the plow, I don't mind my journey now.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.

Hold on, hold on,
keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
Paul and Silas land in jail, they got nobody to go their bail.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
One of these mornings 'bout twelve o'clock, this old world's gonna reel and
rock.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.

Hold on, hold on,
keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
Paul and Silas land in jail, they got nobody to go their bail.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.
One of these mornings 'bout twelve o'clock, this old world's gonna reel and
rock.
Keep your hands on the plow, hold on.


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"Gospel Plow" as written by Bob Dylan

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