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Look at the world, it's waking up
I couldn't sleep for dreaming
My weary soul, is finally home
I had the strangest feeling
This is the dawn, the break of day
After the midnight pardon
These ringing ears, have waited years
To hear the bells of Harlem

Far down the streets, I see the signs
The crowd is breathing faster
Some must have walked, a hundred blocks
I see the flocks and pastors
Oh what a time, to be alive
Tears of the past forgotten
It's been a long, and lonely night
I hear the bells of Harlem

They ring, they ring, they sing, they sing
The darkest hour is passed
They ring, they ring, they sing, they sing
A little joy at long last
The brightest rose, ain't no more cane
We ground it down to sorghum
We couldn't stop, the freedom train
I hear the bells of Harlem


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