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  1. The Grateful Dead performed the song a number of times in the and periods but infrequently during the rest of their performing career. On Grateful Dead recordings the title used is either And We Bid You Goodnight or We Bid You Goodnight. The Grateful Dead version of this traditional 'lowering down' funeral song originates from a recording by Joseph Spence and the Pindar Family .
  2. Learn how to play "And We Bid You Goodnight" with online guitar tutorial! E Lay down, my dear brothers. Lay down and take your rest. E B Oh, won't you lay your head upon your savior's breast. E A E I love you, but Jesus loves you the best. A B E And I bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight. E Lay down, my dear brothers. Lay down and take your rest. E B Oh, won't you lay your head upon your.
  3. Jan 29,  · E A E I love you, but Jesus loves you the best. A B E And I bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight. [Verse 2] E Lay down, my dear brothers. Lay down and take your rest. E B Oh, won't you lay your.
  4. And We Bid You Goodnight Grateful Dead Buy This Song. FAVORITE (3 fans) Grateful Dead. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in in Palo Alto, California. The band was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, improvisational jazz, psychedelia, and space rock.
  5. And We Bid You Goodnight (Live at Fillmore East NYC April ) Lyrics: Lay down my dear brothers, lay down and take your rest / Oh, won't you lay your head upon your savior's breast / I love you.
  6. Jun 08,  · And We Bid You Goodnight Lyrics: Traditional [Sarah Doudney] Music: Traditional [Ira David Sankey] Chorus: Lay down my dear brothers, lay down and take your rest Won't you lay your head upon your saviour's breast I love you, oh but Jesus loves you the best And I bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight And I bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight Tell "A" for the ark, that .
  7. And We Bid You Goodnight Lyrics: Traditional [Sarah Doudney] Music: Traditional [Ira David Sankey] Sung a capella by the Grateful Dead to close many of their concerts in the late sixties and the beginning of the seventies - and then revived again in
  8. Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! Lay down my dear brothers, lay down and take your rest Oh, won't you lay your head upon your savior's breast I love you, oh but Jesus loves you the best And we bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight And we bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight And we bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight Lay down my dear .

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