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Good Ground
(1939)
Music and Lyrics by Clarence Muse and Langston Hughes
Sung by the Hall Johnson Choir (uncredited) for slaves singing and dancing onscreen
Reprised by them at the end
Louisiana
(1939)
Music and Lyrics by Clarence Muse and Langston Hughes
Sung by Bobby Breen (uncredited), Alan Mowbray (uncredited) and the Hall Johnson Choir (uncredited)
Peter, Go Ring Dem Bells
(uncredited)
Traditional Negro spiritual
Performed offscreen by the Hall Johnson Choir during the opening credits
Oh, Dem Golden Slippers!
(1879) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by James Allen Bland
Sung a cappella by Clarence Muse, Ralph Morgan, Bobby Breen and Matthew 'Stymie' Beard
Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen
(uncredited)
Traditional Negro spiritual
Hummed offscreen by the Hall Johnson Choir for the slaves onscreen
Some Folks
(1858) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Foster
Sung by Bobby Breen, Steffi Duna and others at Boulon's celebration
Nobody Pray
(uncredited)
Traditional Negro spiritual
Sung by the Hall Johnson Choir offscreen for slaves at a prayer meeting
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?
(uncredited)
Traditional Negro spiritual
Sung by Clarence Muse and the Hall Johnson Choir
Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
(uncredited)
Traditional Negro spiritual
Sung by Bobby Breen with backup by the Hall Johnson Choir

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