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O death where is thy sting
Composer: Stout, Clarence A.
Lyrics:Now, Parson Brown, one Sunday morn was giving good advice (first line of verse)
If what you say is the positive truth, O death where is thy sting (first line of chorus)
Publisher:Pace & Handy Music Co.
Publication Date:c1920
Description:For voice and piano with ukelele chord diagrams.
Caption title.
First line of text: Now, Parson Brown, one Sunday morn was giving good advice.
First line of chorus: If what you say is the positive truth, O death where is thy sting
Cover ill.: African American preacher at lecturn, African American man picturing devils with dancing girls, liquor and gambling, by Barbelle.
Format:1 score (3 p.) : ill ; 30 cm.
Subjects:Popular music--United States--1911-1920
Songs with piano
Hell--Songs and music
African Americans--Songs and music
Copyright:Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music
Digital ID:dpl-hac-14023.dc
OCLC Record ID:44878447
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