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Gabriel's Mother's Highway Ballad #16 Blues - Lyrics

I woke up this mornin' with my head in my hands
Come on, children, come on
The snow was a-fallin' all over the land
Come on, children, come on

I don't know but I've been told
Come on, children, come on
That the streets of Heaven have all been sold
Come on, children, come on

Come on children, oh come home
Jesus gonna make you well
Come on, people, it's time to go
Go to where a man can dwell

Well, the sun come up while I wrote this song
Come on, children, come on
You remember me that it won't be long
Come on, children, come on

Come on, children, oh come home
Jesus gonna make you well
Come on, people, it's time to go
Go to where a man can dwell

Come on, Gabriel, blow that thing
Come on, children, come on
All God's children got to dance and sing
Come on, children, come on

All God's children got to sing and shout
Come on, children, come on
Ain't nobody 'round here to kick you out
Come on, children, come on

One of these days we will all be there
Come on, children, come on
Seeing those wheels way up in the air
Come on, children, come on

Come on, everybody, tell me what's it worth
Come on, children, come on
To make a sand right out of this earth
Come on, children, come on

Come on people, oh come home
Jesus gonna make you well, well, well, well
Come on, children, children, come on
Let us go to where a man can dwell

I woke up this mornin', Lord, my head in my hands
Come on, children, come on
Snow was a-fallin' all over the land
Come on, children, come on

I don't know, somewhere I've been told
Come on, children, come on
That the streets of Heaven

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