Go, Tell It On The Mountain

(easier chords)

Words & Music:

Traditional (arr. Peter, Paul & Mary)

 

C   F              C         G7                 C  G  F   G

Go, tell it on the mountain, over the hills and everywhere!

C   F              C                   G7     C

Go, tell it on the mountain, to let my people go.

 

C                                  F      C      G7

Who’s that yonder dressed in red?  Let my people go!

C                                     F             G7

Must be the children that Moses led.  Let my people go!

C                 C7               F                         D7

Who’s that yonder dressed in red?  Must be the children that Moses led.

C   F              C                   G7     C

Go, tell it on the mountain, to let my people go!

 

CHORUS

 

Who’s that yonder dressed in white?  Let my people go!

Must be the children of the Israelites.  Let my people go!

Who’s that yonder dressed in white?

Must be the children of the Israelites.

Go, tell it on the mountain, to let my people go!

 

CHORUS

 

Who’s that yonder dressed in black?  Let my people go!

Must be the hypocrites turning back.  Let my people go!

Who’s that yonder dressed in black? Must be the hypocrites turning back.

Go, tell it on the mountain, to let my people go!

 

CHORUS [2x]

 





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