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Come, Let Us Go Back to God
Written by Thomas A. Dorsey (as Thomas Dorsey)
Performed by The Soul Stirrers
Courtesy of Specialty Records, Inc./Fantasy, Inc.
Trouble of This World
Traditional
Arranged by T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett), Bill Maxwell and Keefus Ciancia
Produced by T Bone Burnett (as T Bone Burnett), Bill Maxwell and Keefus Ciancia
Live Performance by Rose Stone with The Venice Four and The Abbot Kinney Lighthouse Choir
Trouble in, Trouble Out
Written by William Hughes, Brian Scott, Melvin Adams, Ron Clutch (as Ronald Wilson),
Keefus Ciancia, T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett)
Produced by T Bone Burnett (as T Bone Burnett) and Keefus Ciancia
Performed by Nappy Roots
Courtesy of Atlantic Records
Contains a sample of "Trouble Of This World"
Traditional
Performed by Bill Landford & The Landfordaires
Courtesy of Columbia Records
by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Jesus I'll Never Forget
Written by Roy Crain
Performed by The Soul Stirrers
Courtesy of Specialty Records, Inc./Fantasy, Inc.
Troubled, Lord I'm Troubled
Traditional
Performed by Bill Landford & The Landfordaires
Courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Trouble of This World (Coming Home)
Written by William Hughes, Melvin Adams, Kenneth Anthony, Brian Scott,
Ernest Franklin, T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett)
Produced by Sol Messiah for SME, LLC, Tahir for Hedrush, LLC and T Bone Burnett
Performed by Nappy Roots
Chorus Performed by Rose Stone, 'Freddie Stone' and Lisa Stone
Nappy Roots appears courtesy Of Atlantic Records
Contains a sample of "Trouble Of This World"
Traditional
Performed by Bill Landford & The Landfordaires
Courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Come, Let Us Go Back to God
Written by Thomas A. Dorsey (as Thomas Dorsey)
Performed by Donnie McClurkin
Courtesy of Verity Records
Sinners
Written by Phonte Coleman (as P. Coleman), Thomas Louis Jones (as T. Jones),
Patrick Douthit (as P. Douthit), T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett)
Produced by Patrick Douthit (as 9th Wonder) for the Planet, Inc. and T Bone Burnett (as T Bone Burnett)
Performed by Little Brother
Courtesy of ABB Records, LLC
Contains a sample of "A Christian's Plea"
Traditional
Performed by Claude Jeter and The Swan Silvertones
Courtesy of Liquid 8 Records
Another Day, Another Dollar
Written by Brian Scott, Vito Tisdale, William Hughes, Taylor Massey,
Freddie Macintosh, T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett)
Produced by Taylor Made and T Bone Burnett
Additional Production by Freddie Mac for Black Rockers of America Entertainment
Performed by Nappy Roots
Courtesy of Atlantic Records
Contains a sample of "A Christian's Plea"
Traditional
Performed by Claude Jeter and The Swan Silvertones
Courtesy of Liquid 8 Records
Let Your Light Shine On Me
Traditional
Arranged by Blind Willie Johnson
Performed by Blind Willie Johnson
Courtesy of Columbia Records
by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Let the Light from the Lighthouse Shine On Me
Traditional
Arranged by Bill Maxwell, T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett)
Produced by T Bone Burnett (as T Bone Burnett) and Bill Maxwell
Performed by The Venice Four with Rose Stone and The Abbot Kinney Lighthouse Choir
Yes
Traditional
Arranged by Jerry Peters, Bill Maxwell, T Bone Burnett (as Henry Burnett)
Produced by T Bone Burnett (as T Bone Burnett) and Bill Maxwell
Performed by The Abbot Kinney Lighthouse Choir featuring Kristle Murden
Any Day Now
Written by Faidest Wagoner and Jean Butler
Performed by The Soul Stirrers
Courtesy of Specialty Records, Inc./Fantasy, Inc.
Weeping Mary
Traditional
Performed by Rosewell Sacred Harp Quartet
Courtesy of Shanachie Entertainment Corp.
Concerto Grosso in D Major, Op. 6, No. 4
by Arcangelo Corelli
Performed by Capella Istropolitana
Conducted by Jaroslav Krcek
Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
Minuet, Opus 13 No. 5
by Luigi Boccherini
Performed by Orchestra di Camera di Roma
Conducted by Nicholas Flagello (as Flagello)
Courtesy of Music Copyright Solutions, plc
Proud Moment
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Bluestone
Plays during the dog food commercial.

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