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|Nathan||Mary don't you weep--meaning (69* d)||RE: Mary don't you weep--meaning||03 Dec 98|
I've also wondered about the line "If I could, I surely would, stand on the rock where Moses stood." It shows up in "Mary Don't You Weep" and various other places. I think the Carter Family did a version (don't know if it was before or after Leadbelly. Ialso seem to remember it in an early song by The Band" ("Jemima Surrender"?). Which rock?