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  1. Yora Reply
    The song Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen was written by [Traditional] and was first recorded by The Tuskegee Institute Singers in It was covered by Vincent Nilsson Quartet, The Seekers, Dave Gordon, Crytzer's Blue Rhythm Band and other artists.
  2. Voodoor Reply
    Aug 24,  · Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen - Wynton Marsalis Quintet with Lucky Peterson - Duration: Wynton Marsalis , views. Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (Original Spoken Intro Version) ABC Records , - .
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    Nobody knows de trouble I’ve seen Nobody knows de trouble but Jesus Nobody knows de trouble I’ve seen Glory Hallelujah! Sometimes I’m up, sometimes I’m down Oh, yes, Lord Sometimes I’m almost to de groun’ Oh, yes, Lord. Although you see me goin’ ‘long so.
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    Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen Lyrics: Ooooh / Nobody knows the trouble I've seen / Nobody knows my sorrow / Nobody knows the trouble I've seen / Glory hallelujah / .
  8. Mikak Reply
    The secondary material in "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" takes on a somewhat more glorious, less rhythmically jaunty manner while still conveying that sense of nostalgic warmth. Like "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands," this is a classic spiritual that should appeal strongly to lovers of the genre.
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    For the Grimm episode, see Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen. File:Louis Armstrong boygarpcesapipatouskontgetdispcorte.coinfo "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" is a spiritual song that originated during the period of slavery but was not published until The song is well known and many cover versions of it have been done by artists such as Marian Anderson, Lena Horne, Louis Armstrong, Harry James, Paul Robeson, Sam.