I’ll Fly Away on Hammond B3

 

“I’ll Fly Away,” written by Albert E. Brumley in 1929, is a hymn most associated with American Baptists and the Church of Christ. It is an optimistic song about an earthly death that leads to everlasting life in glory with Christ.

“I’ll Fly Away” has been called the most recorded gospel music song, beginning with a recording by James and Martha Carson, the “Barn Dance Sweethearts” of WSB Atlanta, in 1946, followed two years later by the Chuck Wagon Gang in 1948

 

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Some glad morning when this life is o’er,
I’ll fly away;
To a home on God’s celestial shore,
I’ll fly away (I’ll fly away).

Chorus
I’ll fly away, Oh Glory
I’ll fly away; (in the morning)
When I die, Hallelujah, by and by,
I’ll fly away (I’ll fly away).

When the shadows of this life have gone,
I’ll fly away;
Like a bird from prison bars has flown,
I’ll fly away (I’ll fly away)

Chorus

Just a few more weary days and then,
I’ll fly away;
To a land where joy shall never end,
I’ll fly away (I’ll fly away)

 


 

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