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Good News, The Chariot's Coming lyrics

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Mahalia Jackson – Good News, The Chariot's Coming lyrics

Good news, the chariot's coming,
Good news, oh, the chariot's coming
Good news, the chariot's coming,
Yeah, I don't want to be behind.

Long white robe in heaven, I know
Long white robe in heaven, I know
Long white robe in heaven, I know
Yeah, I don't want to be left behind.

Good news, the chariot's coming,
Good news, oh, the chariot's coming
Good news, the chariot's coming,
Yeah, I don't want to be behind.

Golden slipper in heaven, I know
Golden slipper in heaven, I know
Golden slipper in heaven, I know
And I don't want to be left behind.

Starry crown in heaven, I know
Starry crown in heaven, I know
Starry crown in heaven, I know
And I don't want to be left, Lord,
I don't want to be left behind.



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