He's Got the Whole World in His Hands' is an African-American spiritual that has become known the world over. It was first published in 1927, but is likely to be older. The author is unknown. Recorded by Odetta, Mahalia Jackson and Laurie London, amongst others, it was made famous throughout the globe thanks (or possibly not) to a skiffle version released by Lonnie Donnegan. Donnegan gave it a backbeat, and added some clapping, but arguably deprived the song of its soul. I've set out the most popular lyrics below, but there are many alternative verses. My personal favourite version of 'He's Got the Whole World in His Hands' is by Nina Simone: The chords written out below will give you a rough approximation of what to play, but watch the attached YouTube video to see exactly how to play this arrangement.
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Yes, I spoofed a spoof Sensitive yet bulletproof Say yes to the grand champion Pay the rent, keep the dishes clean I got stuck in black tar Going to Vienna, just around the streetcar. Mr. Miscellaneous, I trust you will combust Goth girls holler in the bright cafes I call it corn, you call it maize Sleeping in the back of a car My guitars, très bizarre, properties en masse Messing with the monkeys behind the glass. Throw out the data that you advocated Rebuke the school that you graduated Enthralling, whole calling She's the best and you're appalling Not sly, you're blatant You're so late, not late, you're latent. The proof is on the audio tape Caught your friend running down the fire escape I go Bangkok to Antioch Elevator music like jazz or jazz-rock Not wallow, dip like a swallow Scary chariot like Apollo.
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