Songs of protest and civil rights
- R 784.8 S587 (CEN)
New York : Chelsea House, c1992.
1 score (64 p.) : ill. ; 32 cm.
An illustrated songbook of the Black music that was sung during the civil rights protests of the 1960's.
For voice and piano; includes chord symbols.
- Freedom in the air
- Oh, Wallace
- If you miss me from the back of the bus
- Certainly, Lord
- Come and go with me to that land
- I'm gonna sit at the welcome table
- Hallelujah! I'm a-travelin'
- My people will rise
- We shall overcome
- Everybody sing freedom
- Sing till the power of the Lord comes down
- We are soldiers in the Army
- Carry it on
- Been down into the South
- Now, right now!
- How did you feel
- Keep your eyes on the prize
- We shall not be moved
- Free at last
- Oh, freedom
- Walk on, Alabama
- Fighting for my rights
- Woke up this morning with my mind on freedom
- Come by here
- I'm so glad
- Ain't gonna let nobody turn me 'round
- Get on board, little children
- Roll the union on
- I'm on my way to the freedom land.