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Don't You Weep Mary lyrics

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Kingston Trio – Don't You Weep Mary lyrics

Bob Shane/Nick Reynolds/John Stewart

Note sounded like a pitch pipe--"Thank you, Sister."

Chorus:
Oh, Mary, don't you weep, don't you mourn. (Repeat)
Didn't Pharaoh's army get (hut!) drownded? Oh, Mary, don't you weep. (Repeat first time)

Well, Satan got mad and he knows I'm glad. Missed that soul that he thought he had.
Now, didn't Pharaoh's army get drownded? Oh, Mary, don't you weep.

(Chorus)

Well, one of these nights around twelve o'clock, this old town's gonna really rock.
Didn't Pharaoh's army get drownded? Oh, Mary, don't you weep.

(Chorus)

Cheer up, sisters and don't you cry. There'll be good times bye and bye.
Didn't Pharaoh's army get drownded? Oh, Mary, don't you weep.

(Chorus twice)



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