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God Bless The Child

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  1. God bless the child that's got his own Well that's got his own And the strong seem to get more, While the weak one's fade Empty pockets don't, Ever make the grade ''cause mama may have, And papa may have God bless the child that's got his own, That's got his own And when ya got money, ya got lots of friends, Crowdin' 'round your door When the.
  2. Sep 14,  · "God Bless The Child" is a song written by Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog, Jr. in , first recorded on May 9, in New York City by Holiday under the .
  3. Mar 21,  · Directed by Larry Elikann. With Mare Winningham, Grace Johnston, L. Scott Caldwell, Obba Babatundé. Single mother, Theresa Johnson, becomes homeless, loses her job and tries to survive with her young daughter, Hillary, through charities and public shelters/10().
  4. The song inspired a children's picture book, God Bless the Child, which was published by Harper Collins in Blood, Sweat & Tears recorded this for their self-titled album, which won the Grammy for Album of the Year. In our interview with David Clayton-Thomas, who sang lead on the track, he explained that covering the song was not a.
  5. Watch the video for God Bless the Child from Blood, Sweat & Tears's Blood, Sweat & Tears for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Jul 03,  · Provided to YouTube by recordJet God Bless The Child · WisAWis Kopfsumma ℗ Franz Jetzinger, Barbara Gasteiger Released on: Composer: Arthur .
  7. Jan 09,  · God Bless the Child is a masterpiece: visually stunning and emotionally appealing. Taking the words to Billie Holiday's and Arthur Herzog Jr.'s bluesy "God Bless the Child" as his text and inspiration, Pinkney depicts a family's move in the s from the rural South to the industrialized North in what was known as the Great Migration/5.
  8. "God bless the Child" by K. T. Leone is a book that isso poignant and touching, it will tear at your heart strings and moveyou to tears. In part, it is about the physical and emotional scars ofchild abuse, but it also carries with it an interesting overlay ofgender identity issues/5(52).

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