This phrase is the title of the one of the most well known African American spirituals of all time. The song discusses themes of freedom, a very common occurrence in spirituals. The lyrics of the song represent liberation of the ancient Jewish people from Egyptian slavery, a story recounted in the Old Testament. For enslaved African Americans, the story was very powerful because they could relate to the experiences of Moses and the Israelites who were enslaved by the pharaoh, representing the slave holders,  and it holds the hopeful message that God will help those who are persecuted. The song also makes references to the Jordan River, which was often referred to in spirituals to describe finally reaching freedom because such an act of running away often involved crossing one or more rivers.
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Der Raabschied naht. Was wird alles anders im Jahr ? So einiges, aber mit Sicherheit nicht die Dinge, mit denen wir arglosen Passanten konfrontiert haben. Dabei findet sogar ein wirrer Rollentausch zwischen den beiden Ulknudeln statt. BROs before HOs!