Jeanne d'Arc of China:
Old spiritual[ edit ] The first printed version of the song appeared in Carl Sandburg 's The American Songbag in The song ostensibly refers to the Second Coming of Christ and subsequent Rapturewith the she referring to the chariot that the returning Christ is pictured as driving.
Like many[ citation needed ] spirituals originating in the African-American community, this was probably a coded anthem for the Underground Railroad. Children's song[ edit ] The secularized version was sung by railroad work gangs in the Midwestern United States in the s.
Currently the song is usually sung in collections of children's music. The song has been recorded by musicians ranging from Tommy Tucker Time 78'inch [ clarification needed ] to Pete Seeger and Barney the Dinosaur. Bing Crosby included the song in a medley on his album Gang Songs Harking back to the original lyrics of "When the Chariot Comes", the song is sometimes referenced in relation to the end of the worldmost notably in The Illuminatus!
Trilogy and the comic book Promethea. These lyrics tell of the things that "she" will do in increasing number up to ten e. In Neil Young together with Crazy Horse recorded an almost six-minute-long version on their album Americana with the title "Jesus Chariot".
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The German song "Von den blauen Bergen kommen wir" shares the same melody, as does the song "Tante aus Marokko" and its Dutch equivalent, "Tante uit Marokko". These last two songs use similar themes from the original but personify the main character more literally as a cowgirl from the Wild West.
A similar song is found in Norway derived from Lorentzen's Danish version: For a good selection of verses, click here. Some sports fans at the University of Cambridge use this tune to sing "we would rather be at Oxford than St John's ".
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This popular folk song is great for: Enthusiastic, fun singing! Teaching the rhythmic element 'tie'. Teaching the melodic element 'fa' (with the 3rd line of the song). The Wuhan Gang & The Chungking Gang, i.e., the offsprings of the American missionaries, diplomats, military officers, 'revolutionaries' & Red Saboteurs and the "Old China Hands" of the s and the herald-runners of the Dixie Mission of the s.
(Note that the Soviet Red Army military advisers sent to China were mostly German Jews, and the Comintern agents sent to China were mostly American.
"She'll be ridin' on a camel", "She'll be tuggin' on two turtles”, "She'll be carvin' three thick thistles”, "She'll be pluckin' four fat pheasants”, etc.).  Jibjab created a satire about George W. Bush’s re-election, called "Second Term", to the tune of "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain".