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a cappella SATB - traditional African American spiritual - arr. Peter Amidon

In the Amidons' book "Fifty-five Anthems for the Small Church Choir" Sung here by the Starry Mountain Singers. This is the spiritual that was referenced by Martin Luther King at the end of his "I Have a Dream" speech in the 1963 March on Washington.

LYRICS

Free at Last
traditional African American spiritual

Free at last, free at last,
I thank God I'm free at last.
Free at last, free at last,
I thank God I'm free at last.

Way down yonder in the graveyard walk,
I thank God I'm free at last.
Me and my Jesus gonna meet and talk,
I thank God I'm free at last.

On a'my knees when the light passed by...Thought my soul would rise and fly...

Some of these mornings bright and fair...Meet King Jesus in the air...

Tags: Sacred, a cappella