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Lyrics to O Death by Ralph Stanley. Oh Death, Whoa, death! Wont you spare me over til another year? Well, what is this, that I cant see?

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O Death Lyrics: Oh, Death / Oh, Death / Oh, Death / Wont you spare me over another year? / But what is this that I cant see / With ice cold hands taking hold of me? / When God is gone and the

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O Death, O Death, / Wont you spare me over till another year / But what is this, that I cant see, / With ice cold hands taking hold of me. / When God is gone and the Devil

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Country blues banjo player Moran Lee "Dock" Boggs recorded the song in the late 1920s. A recording from the 1938 National Folk Festival in Washington, D.C. is on file with the Library of Congress. Various folk music artists included "O, Death" on musical collections throughout the 1970s and 1980s. It is sung in the 1976 Barbara Kopple documentary Harlan County, USA.