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When the Saints Go Marching In

Lyrics ,Music:Traditional

The song was publishe 1896.

“When the Saints Go Marching In” is usually attributed to
James M. (Milton) Black (1856-1938) and Katherine E. Purvis,
who died in 1909.
Both Black and Purvis were associated with
the Methodist Episcopal Church in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
She was a music teacher at the seminary and he was a song leader
and Sunday school teacher who also wrote songs
and edited Gospel song books.
However, the website devoted to hymns, hymntime.com,
explains that this song is a spiritual that has been around
for an indeterminant amount of time.
It has been confused with “When the Saints Are Marching In,”
the song composed by Black with lyrics by Purvis and copyrighted in 1896.
The site plays the Black composition and prints out Purvis’ lyric,
both of which are decidedly different than
“When the Saints Go Marching In,” popularized by Louis Armstrong
who first recorded it on May 13, 1938,
and has recorded it some 40 times since then.
His version charted in 1939, rising to #10 over four weeks.

No Dixieland band is without the song in their repertoire,
and it has been recorded by everyone from Judy Garland to Elvis Presley
and from the Ink Spots to the Beatles.
Among jazz musicians who have recorded it are the big bands of
Lionel Hampton, Harry James, and the Dorsey Brothers;
vocalist Nat “King” Cole; clarinetist Sidney Bechet;
saxophonist Coleman Hawkins; pianists Monty Alexander
and Steve Allen; drummer Chico Hamilton;
organist Joey DeFrancesco; and guitarist Mimi Fox.



Oh, when the saints go marching in,
Oh, when the saints go marching in,
Oh, Lord, I wanna be in that number,
When the saints go marching in.

Up where the streets are paved with gold,
Up where the streets are paved with gold,
Oh, Lord, I wanna be in that number,
Where the streets are paved with gold.

Oh, when they crown Him Lord of all,
Oh, when they crown Him Lord of all,
Oh, Lord, I wanna be in that number,
When they crown Him Lord of all.

Oh, when the saints go marching in,
Oh, when the saints go marching in,
Oh, Lord, I wanna be in that number,
When the saints go marching in.





Louis Armstrong(When the Saints Go Marching In)
Louis Armstrong


Betty Hutton(When the Saints Go Marching In)
Betty Hutton


Mahalia Jackson(When the Saints Go Marching In)
Mahalia Jackson


The Ink Spots(When the Saints Go Marching In)
The Ink Spots


Helen Hume(When the Saints Go Marching In)
Helen Hume








Louis Armstrong & His All Stars





Betty Hutton





Mahalia Jackson





The Ink Spots





Seeger Sessions Band





Dublin Gospel Choir





Richie Sambora, BB King & others




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