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Who's Gonna Help Me Sing? 

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

(Oh, my children.

Oh, my children.

Did you hear that great “Haleleu”?

Oh, my children, pray.)

 

We gonna sing when tomorrow comes,

We gonna sing when tomorrow comes.

Who’s gonna help me sing tomorrow morning?

(We gonna help you sing tomorrow morning.)

Who’s gonna help me bring the new day’s dawning?

(We gonna help you bring the new day’s dawning.)

Who’s gonna help me shout and sing “Haleleuia”?

Who’s gonna help me sing tomorrow morning?

 

Maybe clouds fill the skies,

Maybe tears fill your eyes,

But your spirits will rise if you sing.

 

Who’s gonna sing when tomorrow comes?

Who’s gonna help me sing tomorrow morn?

(We gonna help you sing tomorrow morn.)

Who’s gonna help me bring the new day’s dawn?

(We gonna help you bring the new day’s dawn.)

Who’s gonna help me shout and sing “Haleleuia”?

Who’s gonna help me sing tomorrow?

(We gonna help you sing.)

Yes, every time I feel the Spirit moving in my heart, I will pray.*

Yes, every time I feel the Spirit moving in my heart, I will pray.*

This is my happy day!

(Oh, my children, did you hear him pray?)

Happy day, happy day!

 

 

*These two lines from a famous spiritual, were possibly introduced into Bob's song by Hall Johnson when the Hall Johnson Chorale sang it in the Republic film, "Heart of the Golden West" (1942).

 

 

 

 

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For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriter’s Guild of America