Give Me That Old Time Religion

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"Give Me That Old Time Religion" is a Christian song adapt­ed from an African-Amer­i­can spiritual by Charles D. Till­man, who first heard it at an 1889 camp meet­ing in Lex­ing­ton, South Carolina.


Give me that old time religion
Give me that old time religion
Give me that old time religion
It’s good enough for me

It was good for the Hebrew children
It was good for the Hebrew children
It was good for the Hebrew children
And it’s good enough for me

It will bring you out of bondage
It will bring you out of bondage
It will bring you out of bondage
And it’s good enough for me

It will do when the world’s on fire
It will do when the world’s on fire
It will do when the world’s on fire
And it’s good enough for me!

It was good for our mothers.
It was good for our mothers.
It was good for our mothers.
And it’s good enough for me!

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