I've Got a Home in That Rock

I've Got a Home in That Rock

The Weavers

I've got a home in that rock, don't you see?
I've got a home in that rock, don't you see?
Between the earth and sky I thought I heard my Savior cry
You better get home in that rock, don't you see?

Now, the rich man Davies lived so well, don't you see?
Rich man Davies lived so well, don't you see?
Rich man Davies lived so well, when he died he had a home in hell
He had no home in that rock, don't you see

A poor man Lazurus poor as I, don't you see?
Poor man Lazurus poor as I, don't you see?
Poor man Lazurus poor as I when he died he held my home on high
He had him a home in that rock, don't you see?

Now, God gives no other rainbow sign, don't you see?
God gives no other rainbow sign, don't you see?
God gives no other rainbow sign, no more water but fire next time
You better get a home in that rock, don't you see?

You better get a home in that rock, don't you see?
You better get a home in that rock, don't you see?
Between the earth and sky I thought I heard my Savior cry
You better get a home in that rock, don't you see?
You better get a home in that rock, don't you see?

Written by LEE HAYS, RONNIE GILBERT, FRED HELLERMAN, TRADITIONAL, PETER SEEGER
Published by THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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