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(Mississippi Fred Mcdowell)

Jesus is on the main line... Tell him what'choo want
Jesus is on the main line... Tell him what'choo want
Jesus is on the main line... Tell him what'choo want
You just... Call him up and tell him what you want

Yeah... He will come in a hurry... Just tell him what'choo want
I said... He will come in a hurry... Just tell him what'choo want
Oh he will come in a hurry... Just tell him what'choo want
Oh... Call him up and tell him what'choo want

Jesus is on the main line... Tell him what'choo want
Jesus is on the main line... Tell him what'choo want
Jesus is on the main line... Just tell him what'choo want
Oh... Call him up and tell him what'choo want

If you're sick and you can't get well... Just tell him what'choo want
Wooo... If you're sick and you can't get well... Just tell him what'choo want
Yeah... If you're sick and you can't get well... Tell him what you want
Wooo... Call him up and tell him what'choo want

Jesus is on the main line... Tell him what'choo want
Yeah... Jesus is on the main line... Just tell him what you want
Jesus is on the main line... Just tell him what you want
Ooh... Call him up and tell him what you want



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