Euphonium from Talk About Sufferin' Here Below

Composer
trad.
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
World music

A modern arrangement for brass of the old, old Southern Gospel song. for those who wish to sing along, here are the lyrics:

Talk about sufferin' here below and [let's keep a-followin' Jesus]* Talk about sufferin' here below and let's keep a-lovin' Jesus

The Gospel train is coming, now don't you want to go? And leave this world of sorrow and troubles here below. Oh can't you hear it Father, now don't you want to go? And leave this world of sorrow and troubles here below.

Talk about sufferin' here below and let's keep a-followin' Jesus Talk about sufferin' here below and let's keep a-lovin' Jesus

Oh can't you hear it Mother, now don't you want to go? And leave this world of sorrow and troubles here below.

Talk about sufferin' here below and let's keep a-followin' Jesus Talk about sufferin' here below and let's keep a-lovin' Jesus

Oh can't you hear it Brother, now don't you want to go? And leave this world of sorrow and troubles here below. The Gospel train is coming, now don't you want to go? And leave this world of sorrow and troubles here below.

(Recorded by Doc Watson, Ricky Skaggs)

The MP3 recording was made using Kontakt Gold sounds on a Macintosh G4.

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