“I Want You All to Be There”
"When I get on the mountain top, I want you all to be there, And hear my wings go flippety-flop, I want you all to be there."
Randolph, for no reason I can see, classifies this with "When I Get On Yonder Hill," a fragment of "Shule Agra." To me it looks like a fragment of a southern hymn, which was also the understanding of the informant. - RBW
- Randolph 455, "When I Get on Yonder Hill" (2 texts, but only the "B" fragment goes here)
- Roud #(911)
- BI, R455