Old Black Joe

Old Black Joe

Gone are my friends from the cotton fields away, Gone from the earth to a better land I know, I hear their gentle voices calling “Old Black Joe.”. I’m coming, I’m coming, for my head is bending low: I hear those gentle voices calling, “Old Black Joe.”. Why do I weep when my heart should feel no pain.

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“Old Black Joe” was the last true hit of Foster’s career. Source: The text is M. C. Dean’s, and is very close to Foster’s original. The tune is taken from the original sheet music, with a little bit of fiddling with the timing (folk songs don’t have sixteenth notes); also, I Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

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About Old Black Joe "Old Black Joe" is a parlor song by Stephen Foster (–). It was published by Firth, Pond & Co. of New York in Ken Emerson, author of the book Doo-Dah! (), indicates that Foster's fictional Joe was inspired by an African-American servant in the home of Foster's father-in-law, Dr. McDowell of Pittsburgh.

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