3Gemischter BlockFive hundred milesIf you miss the train I'm on, You will know that I am gone, You can hear the whistle blow one hundred miles. One hundred miles, one hundred miles, one hundred miles, one hundred miles, you can hear the whistle blow one hundred miles. Lord, I'm one, Lord, I'm two, Lord, I'm three, Lord, I'm four, Lord, I'm five hundred miles from my home.Five hundred miles, five hundred miles, Five hundred miles, five hundred milesLord, I'm five hundred miles from my home.Not a shirt on my back, Not a penny to my name. Lord, I can't go at home this-a way.This-a way, this-a way, This-a way, this-a way,Lord, I can't go at home this-a way. If you miss the train I'm on, You will know that I am gone, You can hear the whistle blow one hundred miles. One hundred miles, one hundred miles, one hundred miles, one hundred miles, You can hear the whistle blow one hundred miles.
4Gemischter BlockDos Kelbl / Dona donaOn a wagon bound for market there's a calf with a mournful eye high above him there's a swallow winging swiftly through the sky. How the winds are laughing they laugh with all their might laugh and laugh the whole day through and half the summer's nightRef: Dona dona dona, dona dona dona dona, don Dona dona dona, dona dona dona dona, donStop complaining, said the farmer who told you a calf to be? Why don't you have wings to fly with like the swallow so proud and free? How the winds are laughing they laugh with all their might Laugh and laugh the whole day through and half the summer's nightCalves are easily bound and slaughtered never knowing the reason why But who ever treasures freedom, like the swallow has learned to fly .How the winds are laughing they laugh with all their might Laugh and laugh the whole day through and half the summer's night
5Gemischter BlockAus gutem GrundRef: Ein Wort, das den Anfang macht. Ein Wort, das aus Gott erwacht Ein Wort, das entscheidet. Ein Wort dabei bleibt es. Nicht mit halbem Herzen, nicht nur irgendwie, Was heißt hier: lebendig? Schnee schmilzt keinen Schnee. Nicht mit halbem Herzen, nicht nur irgendwie. Was ist wirklich kräftig? Schwacher Mut trägt nie. Nicht mit halbem Herzen, nicht nur irgendwie. Wie wird Stumpfes schärfer? Was tut nicht mehr weh? Nicht mit halbem Herzen, nur aus gutem Grund. lebendig, kräftig, schärfer. Mit Herz und Tat und Mund.
6Lobe den Herrn meine Seele Gemischter BlockLobe den Herrn meine Seele1. Lobe den Herrn meine Seele,und seinen heiligen Namen.Was er dir Gutes getan hat,Seele, vergiss es nicht, Amen.2. Lobe, lobe den Herrn,lobe den Herrn meine Seele. Lobe, lobe den Herrn,lobe den Herrn meine Seele.
8Gemischter BlockWe’ll fly you toWe'll fly you to the promised land to the promised land. We'll fly you to the promised land to the promised land. And the answer will be when he gives us the keyAnd the answer will be in the promised land.Come and spread your wings. Fly to the promised land. Hi de hi de hi I hope you’ll understand. If you're standing in the queue he's really gonna like the look of you. Oh…..Fly to the promised land. Fly to the promised land.
10Gospel-BlockSwing lowRef: Swing low, sweet chariot, comin' for to carry me home; Swing low, sweet chariot, comin' for to carry me home.I looked over Jordan, an’ what did I see, Comin' for to carry me home, A band of angels comin' after me, Comin' for to carry me home.If you get there before I do, Comin' for to carry me home, Jes’, tell my friends that I'm a comin' too, Comin' for to carry me home.I’m sometimes up an sometimes down,Comin' for to carry me home, But still my soul feels heavenly boun’Comin' for to carry me home,
11Gospel-BlockPut your handRef: Put your hand in the hand of the man who stilled the water; Put your hand in the hand of the man who calmed the sea Take a look at yourself and you can look at others differently, By putting your hand in the hand of the man from Galilee. Every Time I look into the holy book I wanna tremble When I read about the part where the carpenter cleared the temple Cause the buyers and the sellers were no different fellows than what I profess to be, And it causes me pain to know we’re not the people we should be. Mama taught me how to pray before I reached the age of seven, When I'm down on my knees, that's when I'm close to heaven. Daddy lived his life with two kids and a wife; you do what you must do But he showed me enough of what it takes to get you through.
12Rock a my soul Ref: Rock-a my Soul in the bosom of Abraham Gospel-BlockRock a my soulRef: Rock-a my Soul in the bosom of AbrahamRock-a my Soul in the bosom of AbrahamOh, rock-a my soulI may be weak – rock-a my soulBut thou art strong – thou art strongI’m leaning on – leaning onI’m leaning on – leaning on, I’m leaning..My God is glad – rock-a my soulMy sin set free – sin set freeI’m going home – going homeI’m going home – going home, I’m going
13Gospel-BlockGo down, MosesRef: Go down, Moses, way down in Egypt's Land Tell ol' Pharaoh, Let my people go.When Israel was in Egypt's Land, Let my people go, Oppressed so hard they could not stand, Let my people go.Thus spoke the Lord, bold Moses said, Let my people go, If not, I'll smite your first-born dead, Let my people go.No more shall they in bondage toil, Let my people go, Let them come out with Egypt's spoil, Let my people go.
14Gospel-BlockIt’s me, oh LordRef: It's me, It's me, It's me, oh Lord. standing in the need of prayer It's me, It's me, It's me, oh Lord. standing in the need of prayer. Not my brother, nor my sister, but it's me oh Lord. Standing in the need of prayer Not my brother, nor my sister, but it's me oh Lord. Standing in the need of prayer Not the pastor, nor the deacon, but it's me oh Lord, standing in the need of prayer. Not the pastor, nor the deacon, but it's me oh Lord, standing in the need of prayer. Not my father, nor my mother, but it's me oh Lord, standing in the need of prayer. Not my father, nor my mother, but it's me oh Lord, standing in the need of prayer. Not the stranger, nor my neighbour, but it's me oh Lord, standing in the need of prayer. Not the stranger, nor my neighbour, but it's me oh Lord, standing in the need of prayer.
15Gospel-BlockOh happy day- Oh happy day - Oh happy day - When Jesus walked - When Jesus walked - When Jesus walked -Oh happy day - Oh happy dayHe taught me how to walk fight and pray - Fight and prayAnd he’s rejoicing every day - Every day!
17Folk-BlockSkye boat songRef: Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing, “Onward” the sailors cry; Carry the lad that's born to be King over the sea to Skye.Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar, thunderclaps fill the air; Baffled our foes, stand by the shore, follow they will not dare.Though the waves leap, soft shall ye sleep, ocean's a royal bed. Rocked in the deep, Flora will keep, watch by your weary head.Burned are our homes, exile and death, scatter the loyal men; Yet, ere the sword cool in the sheath, Charlie will come again.
18Folk-BlockYe JacobitesRef: Ye Jacobites by name, lend an ear, lend an ear Ye Jacobites by name, lend an ear Ye Jacobites by name, your faults I will proclaim Your doctrines I must blame, you shall hear, you shall hear.Your doctrines I must blame, you shall hear.What is right and what is wrong by the law, by the law What is right and what is wrong by the law What is right and what is wrong, my short sword or my long A weak arm or a strong for to draw, for to draw …What makes heroic strife famed afar, famed afar? What makes heroic strife famed afar? What makes heroic strife, to whet the assassin's knife Or haunt the parent's life with bloody war, with bloody war …Then let your schemes unload in the state, in the state Then let your schemes unload in the state Then let your schemes unload, adore the rising sun And leave a man undone to his fate, to his fate ...
19Folk-BlockLord oft he danceRef: Dance, dance, wherever you may be, I am the lord of the dance, said he And I lead you all, wherever you may be, and I lead you all in the dance, said he. I danced in the morning when the world was begun, I danced in themoon and the stars and the sun, I came down from heaven and Idanced on earth, at Bethlehem I had my birth. I danced for the scribe and the Pharisee, they would not dance, theywouldn't follow me, so I danced for the fishermen James and John,come with me and the dance went on.I danced on the Sabbath and I cured the lame, the holy people they said it was aShame, they whipped and they stripped and they hung me high, left methere on a cross to die.I danced on a Friday when the sky turned black, it's hard to dancewith the devil in your back, they buried my body, they thought I’dGone, but I am the dance and I still go on. They cut me down and I leapt up high, I am the life that’ll never, never die, and I'll livein you if you'll live in me, I am the Lord of the dance, said he.
20Folk-BlockLoch LomondBy yon bonnie banks and by yon bonnie braes, where the sun shines bright on Loch Lomond where me and my true love were ever wont to gae, on the bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.Ref: Oh! Ye'll take the high road, and I'll take the low road, and I'll be in Scotland afore ye, but me and my true love will never meet again, on the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.'Twas there that we parted in yon shady glen, on the steep, steep side o’ Ben Lomond, where in purple hue the highland hills we view, an’ the moon coming out in the gloaming.The wee birdies sing, and the wild flowers spring, an’ in sunshine the waters are sleeping. But the broken heart it kens, nae second spring again, tho’ the waeful may cease frae their greeting.
21Folk-BlockFish come inRef: Fish come in, go down to cha cha town, hey cha cha fill me kettle Fish come in, go down to cha cha town, hey cha cha ballahooBring the pot and the pan, the bottle and the can, hey cha cha fill me kettle gonna bake ‘em and boil ‘em and fry ‘em and broil ‘em and make ‘em into stewCook ‘em in the pan, feed your man, eight pieces at the time take the big steel drum, everybody come, we make music tonightLucy get on the table, feet go flat, she start to do the bamboola, when she concentrate, she make a figure eight,and she's never even been to schoolOh, we got a brand new governor, he just got into town he's the son of a monkey and a talking crowand he's bold and fat and round
22Folk-BlockTake me home tonightTake me disappearing through the morning light, down the foggy ruins of a better time, far from all the darkness the moon is shining bright, would you take me home tonight? Take me to the river, play a song for us, sing it in the evening, when the moon isout to trust, will you stay with me, until we will die, would you take me home tonight? Ref: Take me home tonight, over hills and valleys down the waterside Take me home tonight, would you take me home tonight? I dreamed about the girl, who's been waiting for so long, letters that I've writtenfar away from home, these endless days are over, now I can see the light, would you take me home tonight? You've got a way to keep my mind on your side, for all the love for you, thatI can't hide, from all the darkness to the morning light,all the love for you that I can’t hide.
24Country roads Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Unsere „Folk-Hits“Country roadsAlmost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains,Shenandoah River. Life is old there, older than the trees, youngerthan the mountains, growing like a breeze.Ref: Country roads, take me home, to the place, I belong! West Virginia, Mountain Momma, take me home, country roads.All my mem’ries, gather round her, miners lady, stranger to blue water. Dark and dusty, painted on the sky, misty taste of moonshine,teardrop in my eye.I hear her voice in the morning hour, she calls me, the radioreminds me of my home far away, and drivin’ down the road I geta feeling, that I should have been home yesterday, yesterday.
25I like the flowers I like the flowers, I like the daffodils. Unsere „Folk-Hits“I like the flowersI like the flowers, I like the daffodils.I like the mountains, I like the rolling hills,I like the fireside, when the light is low. Dam, da dam, dam da damDam, da dam, dam da dam
26Unsere „Folk-Hits“Cotton fieldsWhen I was a little baby my mother rocked me in the cradle, in them old, old cotton fields at home :| Ref: Oh, when them cotton bolls get rotten you couldn’t pick very much cotton, in them old, old cotton fields at home.It was down in Louisiana, just about a mile from Texarkana, in them old, old cotton fields at home.It may sound a little funny but you didn’t make a much moneyin them old, old cotton fields at home :|I was home in Arkansas people ask me, what you come here forIn them old, old cotton fields at home :|
27Hit the road Ref: Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more, Unsere „Folk-Hits“Hit the roadRef: Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more,no more, no more, no more Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back no more.Oh woman, oh woman, don't treat me so mean you're the meanest old woman that I've ever seen I guess if you say so, I‘ll have to pack my things and go.Now baby, listen, baby, don't ya treat me this-a way cause I'll be back on my feet some day don't care if you do, 'cause it's understood you ain't got no money, you just ain't no good well, I guess if you say so, I‘ll have to pack my things and go.
28Unsere „Folk-Hits“Highland CathedralRef: Du bess die Stadt, op die mer all he stonn, du häs et uns als Pänz schonaanjedonn. Du häs e herrlich Laache em Jeseech. Du bess die Frau, dieRotz un Wasser kriesch.Jrau ding Hoor un su bunt di Kleid, du häs Knies en der Bud, doch de Näjele rut. Jrell jeschmink un de Fott jet breit, e Jlöck, dat deer dat all jot steit.Du bess die Stadt, …Frech wie Dreck, doch et Hätz ess jot, e klei bessje verdötsch, met nix jet am Hot, jot jelaunt, dat et bal schon nerv, all dat hammer vun dir jeerv.Du bess die Stadt am Rhing, däm jraue Strom,, du bess verlieb en dinge staatse Dom, du bess en Jungfrau un en ahle Möhn,. Du bess uns Stadt un du bess einfach schön. Du bess uns Stadt un du bess einfach schön.
29Unsere „Folk-Hits“Kut jot heimMir wünsche üch ne Engel för d‘r Heimwäg, mir wünsche üch ne Engel för de Naach,ne dritte Engel, dat ehr fröh am Morje sitt ohne Kopping dankbar fruh und waach.Mir wünsche üch drei Engel för zu wähsele, damet die och ens Fierovend han.Et künnt ja sin, manch einer, dä fängk morje alt widder mit dem jecke Spillche an.Ref: Kutt jot heim, Lückcher jot Naachdräumt jot bis morje, Lückcher jut NaachVergeßt nit Lück, ehr möht die Öhrcher spetzte,en Engelsharf mäht nur janz leis „Schrum, schrum“Jeweß mer künnte off ne Engel bruche met Schellebaum und met ner decke Trumm.Ich weiß et und mer bruch allt nit zu beddele, de Engelcher han mihts ne fruhe Senn.Se dunn bestemp och jän und löstig fiere vielleicht sin se bei üch he medden dren?
31ZugabenA huntingThe dusky night rides down the sky, and ushers in the morn: The hounds all join in glorious cry :|, the huntsman winds his horn. :|Ref: And a hunting we will go, a hunting we will go. :| The wife around her husband throws her arms, and begs him stay; "My dear, it rains, it hails, it snows :|; you will not hunt to day.":|A brushing fox in yonder wood, secure too find we seek;For why, I carried, sound and good :| a cart-load there last week. :|The uncavern’d fox like lightning flies, his cunning’s all awakeTo gain the race he eager tries :|, his forfeit-life-the stake :|Away he goes, he flies, the rout, their steeds all spur and switch;Some are thrown in, and some thrown out :|, and some thrown in the ditch. :|At last his strength to faintness worn, poor Reynard ceases flight; Then hungry, homeward we return :|, to feast away the night. :|And a drinking we do go …
32ZugabenGreenland fisheryT’was in eighteen hundred and fifty-three on June the thirteenth day, that our gallant ship her anchor weightand for Greenland sailed away, brave boys, and for Greenland sailed away. The lookout on the crosstrees stood, a spyglass in his hand; There's a whale, there's a whale, there’s a whale fish he cries and she blows at every span, brave boys, and she blows at every span.We stuck that whale and the line payed out, but she made a flunder with her tail,and the boat capsized and four men were drownedand we never caught that whale, brave boys, and we never caught that whale.“To lose the whale” our captain cries, “it grieves my heart full sore.But to lose four of my gallant men,it grieves me ten times more, brave boys, it grieves me ten times more.”Oh, Greenland is a dreadful place. It’s a land that’s never green,Where there’s ice and snow and the whale fishes blow,and daylight’s seldom seen, brave boys, and daylight’s seldom seen.
33Good news Ref: Good news, Chariot's comin‘ Good news, Chariot's comin‘ ZugabenGood newsRef: Good news, Chariot's comin‘Good news, Chariot's comin‘And I don't want it to leave me behindThere's a long white robe in the heaven I know …There's a pair of wings in the heaven I know …There's a pair of shoes in the heaven I know …And I don't want to leave it behindThere's a golden harp in the heaven I know …
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