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Negro Prison Camp Worksongs

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Let Your Hammer Ring
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Here Rattler Here
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Chopping in the New Ground
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Go Down, Old Hannah
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Mighty Bright Light
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Grizzly Bear
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Lost John
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You Got to Hurry
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I Need More Money
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We Need Another Witness
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