indescribable by words.
go in the wilderness. Jesus call you. Go in de wilderness, Go in de wilderness, go in de wilderness, Jesus call you. Go in de wilderness To wait upon de Lord.
Go wait upon de Lord, Go wait upon de Lord, Go wait upon de Lord, my God, He take away de sins of de world.
Jesus a-waitin‘. Go in de wilderness, Go, &c. All dem chil'en go in de wilderness To wait upon de Lord.
The next was one of those which I had heard in boyish days, brought North from Charleston.
But the chorus alone was identical; the words were mainly different, and those here given are quaint enough.
blow your Trumpet, Gabriel. O, blow your trumpet, Gabriel, Blow your trumpet louder; And I want dat trumpet to blow me home To my new Jerusalem.
De prettiest ting dat ever I done Was to serve de Lord when I was young.
So blow your trumpet, Gabriel, &c. O, Satan is a liar, and he conjure too, And if you don't mind, he'll conjure you. So blow your trumpet, Gabriel, &c