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Thursday, September 16, 2021

Misheard Lyrics: "There Is A BOMB In Gilead" (YouTube Comments From The Discussion Thread For Gospel SInger Karen Clark-Shield's Video "Balm In Gilead")




TheBL&S singers, Apr 15, 2012

Album- "Finally Karen" 1997
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Total # of dislikes -481
Total # of comments - 2,051
  
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Edited by Azizi Powell

This pancocojams post showcases a YouTube video of Karen Clark-Sheard's 1997 version of the African American Spiritual "There Is A Balm In Gilead".

This post also presents selected comments from a sub-thread in the YouTube discussion thread for Karen Clark-Sheard's live performance of "Balm In Gilead". That sub-thread began in 2016. The last quoted selected comment from that sub-thread was published on September 15, 2021. 

The Addendum to this post presents some information about the geographical location named "Gilead" and the meaning of the "balm" of "Gilead".
 
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The content of this post is presented for cultural, religious, and entertainment purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.
 
Thanks to Karen Clark-Sheard for her musical legacy. Thanks to all those who are quoted in this post and thanks to the publisher of this video on YouTube.
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Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/09/misheard-lyrics-there-is-bomb-in-gilead.html for the closely related pancocojams post entitled "
The Clark Sisters - "There Is A Balm In Gilead" (1986) & Karen Clark-Sheard - "Balm In Gilead" (1997)."

Also, click http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2014/02/examples-of-spiritual-there-is-balm-in.htm for the 2014 pancocojams post that is retitled " YouTube Examples of the African American Spiritual "There Is A Balm In Gilead" "

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PARTIAL LYRICS FOR KAREN CLARK-SHEARD'S VERSION OF THE SPIRITUAL "THERE IS A BALM IN GILEAD"
"There is a balm in Gilead.
There is a balm in Gilead.
There is a balm in Gilead
There is a balm in Gilead.

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Jesus is a balm in Gilead,
He's a healer, Jesus is a balm in Gilead."...

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SELECTED COMMENTS FROM a sub-thread of the discussion thread for the YouTube video that is embedded in this pancocojams post.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zW0S1sowcyA&ab_channel=TheBL%26Ssingers

Numbers added for referencing purposes only.

1. BlackAmourTV, 2016
"Who else thought they said bomb in Gilead when they was young πŸ˜©πŸ˜‚"

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2. Travis Jazzman, 2016
"+BlackAmourTV When I was a little boy and I heard my cousin sing that song in church and I thought he was singing about a real "bomb".... LOL.... My mother explained to me using the word "balm" which I understood as I grew older was ointment for healing."

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3. Bria Samone, 2016
"lmaooo meeeeee omggg"

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4. prettid051, 2016
"me i sure did. I thought there was a bomb πŸ’£in Gilead! Lol"

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5, Anjel Williams, 2017
"I was 26 trying to figure out how they knew how to make bombs back then until I read the title tryina find the song lol"

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6. Soleil Angel Terry, 2018
"lol guilty we use to sing this song all the time"

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7. Arina Simone, 2018
"Wait so they not saying Bomb? Cause i still sing it like that lol"

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8. M. J, 2018
"BlackAmourTV it's not that bomb; the song is called: "Balm in Gilead" haha."

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9. JT2003, 2018
"BlackAmourTV I did"

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10. TAIJAH GOODMAN, 2018
"BlackAmourTV weak laughing. raises hand"

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12. Leeya Herrera, 2018
"
BlackAmourTV ✋🏽😁🀣🀣🀣🀣"

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13. applebug, 2018
"Anjel Williams Hahahah! Wow"

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14. Ike Quick, 2018
"BlackAmourTV. I sure did"

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15, dzgroove, 2018
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I thought they were sayin There is a bomb in Gillian.   I didnt get it but it sounded good.  Lol"

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16. tommy lee, 2018
"BlackAmourTV omg lol that was my first song i song in church and yes i did say bomb πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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17. Sisters 4 Christ impacted to empower, 2018
"BlackAmourTV I did until today! Glad to know I wasn't the only one"


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18. CassieJazz96, 2018
"Meeeeeeeeeeeeeee lol"

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19. Terea' G, 2018
"πŸ™‹πŸ˜‚"

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20. 4The L0veofBeauty, 2019
"πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚"

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21. 4The L0veofBeauty, 2019
"So you never actually heard the story of the balm of Gilead πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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22. Harlem Antoinette Rising from the ashes, 2019
"BlackAmourTV shouting “BOMB!!!!”"

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23. Vel Boone, 2019
"LMAO... Me..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€¦"

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24. SynsynVelli, 2019
"BlackAmourTV facts imagine going to Mt. Gilead Church as a child and hearing this on the way to church πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚"

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25. L A, 2019
"πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♂️πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚me"

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26. Elise Kleinpeter-Baker, 2019
"Wow!!!! GOOOOODNEEEESSS!!!!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚LOL!!!!!!!!!IM DYING LOL"

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27. Nevaeh Figueroa, 2019
"BlackAmourTV me lol and I still am a kid I just discovered it about a week ago and then my mom is an adult (obviously) and she’s just now finding out that it’s a balm and not a bomb because I told her when I found outπŸ˜‚she didn’t believe me at first until I proved it to her lol"

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28. jacqueline gladden, 2019
"I DID πŸ€£πŸ˜‚"

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29. lol J, 2019
"BlackAmourTV when I was little I used to say “ Jesus is a bomb of heliummm” "

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30. mrm6464, 2019
"Man, WHO DIDN'T, man?? WHO DIDN'T?? LOL!!"

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31. Jordan Trey, 2019
"BlackAmourTV I remember asking my grandma if the bomb exploded she was so annoyed with me"

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32. Michael Jenkins, 2019
"I did!"

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33. Tyona Menzies, 2019
"Yes I was like "blow it up Jesus" πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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34. Nicolas Harris, 2019
"Lol! I’m so glad I wasn’t the only one"

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35. beaniebabie, 2019
"@Nevaeh Figueroa  To be fair, the singers aren't great at enunciating. Even if you knew that words it wouldn't sound right."

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36. nubiansnowchic, 2019
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BlackAmourTV me 🀦🏿‍♀️"

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37. slady, 2019
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πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ That is too funny! SO thought I was the only one! I've been singing it wrong for well over 20 yrs! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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38. slady, 2019
"@4The L0veofBeauty  I heard the story but still thought they were saying bomb πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚lmbo

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39. slady, 2019
"These posts are hilarious!  πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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40. Lelan, 2019
"Fine u caught meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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41. nieceypiecey100, 2020
"Sure didn’t, but did read this as a balm in Jill-lead. 🀦🏾‍♀️"

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42. rockae85, 2020
"I definitely did lol. Until my mommie (and she was a pastor) told me it was "balm". I was totally confused! I thought of lip balm then!!! #ThanksMom"

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43. Emmalea, 2020
"BlackAmourTV my young mind was like, “well don’t you think you need to be getting out of Gilead then?!” "

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44. the Christian teen, 2020
"ME"

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45. Amira Excel And Live, 2020
"I also thought they said there is a bum in Gilead when I was youngπŸ˜‚"

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46. Darius Jackson, 2020
"Every kid thought they said JESUS IS'A  BOMBIN.....THERE IS A BOMB IN GILEAD AND I WAS SO DANG CONFUSED πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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47. Darius Jackson, 2020
"@Arina Simone  same. I know it's BALM and still sing bomb...."

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48. Darius Jackson, 2020
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@4The L0veofBeauty  that's one they don't really preach on and as little kids in church you only paying attention to what they taught in Sunday School ain't nobody know what the balm was....we knew there was a bomb, inngilead"

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49. Mikaela burrell, 2020
"BlackAmourTV me I never understood what the first verse meant 🀷🏾‍♀️🀦🏾‍♀️🀣🀣🀣🀣"

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50. Ricky N, 2020
"🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 I thought that was she said lol"

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51. Dee Dee, 2020
"I know I did lol"

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52. KnarriRee Chappell, 2020
"Just be singing don’t even be knowing what you saying until you hear it again"

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53. Chastity Cooper, 2020
"@Arina Simone  Balm girl lol you know like a lip balm?"

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54. E-Jay The Supreme, 2020
"I SURE DID!!!"

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55. MVP TMP, 2020
"Yes I was always like, "Well do they need help over there?" lol"

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Killerr Kaii, 2020
"56. Yasss Lol"

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57. Shauntae Wallace, 2020
"Used to be so scared 😩"

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58. Shantel Lockwood, 2020
"I did, now i feel betrayed πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜«πŸ€¦πŸΎ"

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59. Quita, 2020
"πŸ₯΄πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£"

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60. Lauren Told, 2020
"I used to sing Jesus is the bomb in Gilead at the top of my lungs πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ€£"

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61. Kileeo Rashad, 2020
"He is that too, though!!"

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Christia S., 2020
62. "I second that🀣🀣"

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63. Brent George, 2020
"BlackAmourTV definitely me until my extra bishop father had to correct and embarrassed me publicly πŸ™„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"
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In this comment the word "extra" probably has the slang meaning "doing something above and beyond what is usually done."
 
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64. Juhlani Khino, 2020
"BlackAmourTV I. Swear I did too"

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65. Jess Tip, 2020
"Wait if it's not bomb what are they saying?"

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66. 93myj, 2020
"Think most of us did back in the day"

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67. ohawk82, 2020
"Me!! Lol there’s a πŸ’£??"

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68. OG Suki, 2020
"Lmao me! This song is a bop so I was conflicted listening to it back then. πŸ˜‚ 
Like: 😌😳😳"

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69. Ryan McKinnis, 2020
"πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I sho did"

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70. B Finney, 2020
"BlackAmourTV πŸ˜‚ Sure did πŸ™ŒπŸΎ"

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71. BRANDIIALIZE, 2020
"Yes when I was in youth choir."

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72. Lou Maca, 2020
"Me!! I was like "why is this song about a Bomb in Gilead and sang in churches?! Then when you really understand the song you'll know πŸ˜‚"

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73. Malibu Blue, 2020
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You aint EVER LIED lol. πŸ˜‚ I remember asking my Ma to play this song in the car when I was a kid. I said: "Ma can you play that BOMB in Gilead song?!" She started dying laughing lol."

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74. Celah Johnson, 2020
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If I sing this wrong in my church and I say the wrong word,  THE CHURCH WILL CLEAR OUT! πŸ˜‚πŸ€£"

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75. Ambria Elder Preston, 2020
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πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ yup i had to look up the lyrics"

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76. Paige Washington, 2020
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Jesus is the bomb. It made sense back then with the slang. Karen knew what she was doing lol"

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77. Egged On, 2020
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SynsynVelli  LOL Did you try to find the bomb, too? LOL πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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78. De'Asha Mitchell, 2020
"Me l
ol πŸ˜‚ I was like what lol but this my song tho!"

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79. Tootie Bivens, 2020
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🀣🀣🀣🀣 I always heard 'balm'  but honestly..Jesus can also be a Bomb over there in Gilead if he want to. Wouldn't bother me one bit 🀣"

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80. Bluroc Obama, 2020
"when they was young"!? Hell I just found out...and I'm 29."

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81. Jarvis Hodges, 2020
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πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♂️🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣"

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82. Darnell Douglas, 2020
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🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣😒 yo I always thought you she said bomb lol"

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83. tajhan webster, 2020
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37byears old and just found out it aint bomb"

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84. Gordoyboybaby psn, 2020
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I thought it said there is a bomb in thee air 🀷🏽‍♂️πŸ˜‚"

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85. E B, 2020
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πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚"

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86. Kimmie Anne, 2020
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As a kid I thought she said there is a Bum in Gilead. I’m like why is there is a bum in Gilead? 🀣🀣"

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87. David Marks, 2020
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Did they ever find that bomb? πŸ’£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£"

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88. Asia Dabner, 2020
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I’m dying laughing"

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89. nicole4779, 2020
"πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♀️πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♀️πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♀️πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♀️πŸ™‹πŸΎ‍♀️"

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90. nicole4779, 2020
"As a kid I thought they was saying “Jesus is Da Bomb” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜©πŸ€·πŸΎ‍♀️"

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91. LaTeasa Dale, 2020
"I thought it was bomb in here yeaaaahhhh til last week...im 38😩😩😩"

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92. Jay Bird, 2020
"Yes 90s baby I thought the same when I was a Lil boy singing it like it was weapons of mass destruction in Gilead. Bobbing my head and throwing my hands up in the air like it was house party lol."

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93. whitney houston, 2020
"@prettid051  I was tryna figure out why she was so happy about it until i got older"

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94. Brittnee Smith, 2020
"Legit thought it was bomb in Gilead!! 🀣😭🀣🀣🀣🀣"

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95. Truth be told, 2020
"Me up until 5 minutes ago"

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96. Gloria Smith, 2020
"I am old I thought she was singing bomb also until Pastor Wilson preached a sermon on  A BALM IN GILEAH"

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97. The One, 2020
"Definitely thought it was a bomb foreal lol"

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98. Sonny Chiiva, 2020
"πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ’― I use to think "well what was he blowing up? " 🀣"

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99. Crystal Rivas, 2021
"We all did i just recently found out its balm and not bomb because i looked this song up"

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100. ready2learn, 2021
"Yup, I literally just searched "there is a bomb in Gilead" and then search results popped up... oh it's balm...what the heck is a balm?🀣

 

I've been singing one of my favorite songs wrong for 30 years LOL πŸ˜†"

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101. Charles Bullock, 2021
"Hahahahaha!!! Jesus is the BombπŸ’£πŸ’₯‼☝☝☝☝ Priceless!!! 1LuvFam"

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102. Andrea Howard, 2021
"I'm 43 years old & still thought that they were saying, "bomb" until I read your comment then looked at the title....Lol!!!πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†"

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103. deezonyxde77, 2021
"My bad"

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104. stacie jones, 2021
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So glad I'm not alone I still saying bomb lol"

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105. Ethel Bookert, 2021
"I always thought they said bomb πŸ’£ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ when growing up until I realized it wasn’t saying that πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚"

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106. adonai yah, 2021
"Thanks to the Iraq War theres a real bomb in the gilead region"

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107. Byron Cooper, 2021
"Lol I sure did think they was saying bomb when I was young πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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INFORMATION ABOUT THE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION CALLED "GILEAD" AND THE "BALM" OF GILEAD 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilead
"Gilead or Gilad... is the name of three people and two geographic places in the Bible . Gilead may mean 'hill of testimony'. If this is the case, it is likely derived from Χ’ΧœΧ’Χ“ gal‛Γͺd, which in turn comes from gal ('heap, mound, hill') and ‛Γͺd ('witness, testimony'). There also exists an alternative theory that it means 'rocky region'. It is now within the Kingdom of Jordan.

Hebrew Bible

Gilead was a mountainous region east of the Jordan River, situated in modern-day Jordan. It is also referred to by the Aramaic name Yegar-Sahadutha, which carries the same meaning as the Hebrew Gilead, namely "heap [of stones] of testimony" (Genesis 31:47–48).[4][5] According to Easton's Bible Dictionary,[5] it refers to a region in Transjordan."...

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From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balm_of_Gilead
"Balm of Gilead was a rare perfume used medicinally, that was mentioned in the Bible, and named for the region of Gilead, where it was produced. The expression stems from William Tyndale's language in the King James Bible of 1611, and has come to signify a universal cure in figurative speech. The tree or shrub producing the balm is commonly identified as Commiphora gileadensis. Some botanical scholars have concluded that the actual source was a terebinth tree in the genus Pistacia.[1

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Biblical

After having cast Joseph into a pit, his brothers noticed a caravan on its way from Gilead to Egypt, "with their camels bearing spicery, and balm, and myrrh" (Gen. 37:25). When Jacob dispatched his embassy into Egypt, his present to the unknown ruler included "a little balm" (Gen. 43:11). During the final years of the Kingdom of Judah, Jeremiah asks "Is there no balm in Gilead?" (Jer. 8:22). Still later, from an expression in Ezekiel 27:17, balm was one of the commodities which Hebrew merchants carried to the market of Tyre.[3] According to I Kings 10:10, balsam (Hebrew: bosem) was among the many precious gifts of the Queen of Sheba to King Solomon.[2]...
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The Clark Sisters - "There Is A Balm In Gilead" (1986) & Karen Clark-Sheard - "Balm In Gilead" (1997)



Gospel Nostalgia, January 24, 2012


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Karen Clark-Sheard"Balm In Gilead!"




TheBL&S singers, Apr 15, 2012

album- "Finally Karen" 1997

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Edited by Azizi Powell

This pancocojams post showcases examples of the Clark Sisters' 1986 rendition of "There Is A Balm In Gilead" and Karen Clark-Sheard's 1997 
version of the traditional African American song "There Is A Balm In Gilead"..

Information about the Clark Sisters and additional information about Karen Clark-Sheard is included in this post along with the lyrics to these versions of that traditional African American song.

These renditions are based on the African American Spiritual "There Is A Balm In Gilead".

I refer to these renditions as "gospelized Spirituals". Gospelized Spiritual is my term for Spirituals that are arranged and performed in a Gospel style. 

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The content of this post is presented for religious. cultural, and aesthetic purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.
 
Thanks to The Clark Sisters for their musical legacy. Thanks to all those who are quoted in this post and thanks to the publishers of these examples from YouTube.
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Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/09/misheard-lyrics-there-is-bomb-in-gilead.html
for the closely related pancocojams post entitled "Misheard Lyrics: "There Is A BOMB In Gilead" (YouTube Comments From The Discussion Thread For Gospel SInger Karen Clark-Shield's Video "Balm In Gilead")".

Also, click  http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2014/02/examples-of-spiritual-there-is-balm-in.htm for the 2014 pancocojams post that is retitled " YouTube Examples of the African American Spiritual "There Is A Balm In Gilead" "

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INFORMATION ABOUT THE CLARK SISTERS
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Clark_Sisters
"The Clark Sisters are an American gospel vocal group consisting of five sisters: Jacky Clark Chisholm (born 1948), Denise "Niecy" Clark-Bradford (born 1953), Elbernita "Twinkie" Clark (born 1954), Dorinda Clark-Cole (born 1957), and Karen Clark Sheard (born 1960). 

The Clark Sisters are the daughters of pioneering gospel musician and choral director Dr. Mattie Moss Clark. They are credited for helping to bring gospel music to the mainstream and are considered as pioneers of contemporary gospel. Their biggest hits include: "Is My Living in Vain", "Praise the Lord (Hallelujah)", "I Can Do All Things Through Christ That Strengthens Me", "A Praying Spirit", "Nothing to Lose, All to Gain", "Endow Me", "Jesus is a Love Song", "Ha-Ya (Eternal Life)", "Pure Gold", "Expect Your Miracle", and their biggest, mainstream crossover hit, "You Brought the Sunshine". As a group, The Clark Sisters have won three Grammy Awards[1] and are the highest-selling female gospel group in history.[2] In 2020, it was announced the Clark Sisters would be honored with the James Cleveland Lifetime Achievement Award at the 35th Annual Stellar Awards.[3]

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Early years

The Clark Sisters were born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, to world-renowned gospel choir director and musician Dr. Mattie Moss Clark. Dr. Clark was married twice: her first marriage in 1945 to Leo H. Cullum, Sr. produced two children, Leo, Jr. and Jacqueline (Jacky). After her divorce, she met and later married Pastor Elbert Clark in 1952. This marriage produced four daughters: Denise, Elbernita (Twinkie), Dorinda, and Karen. They each began singing at an early age in the choir at their father's Church of God in Christ, and by the late 1960s they were all performing together in church services, usually singing songs written and arranged by their mother.[4] Shortly after the Clarks' divorce in 1973, Dr. Clark formally created "the Clark Sisters" and the sisters recorded their first album, Jesus Has A Lot To Give, on their uncle (their mother's younger brother) Bill Moss' local label Billesse Records.[5] The first television appearance of the Clark Sisters was on TV Gospel Time. [6]

The following year, Dr. Mattie Moss Clark Presents the Clark Sisters was released and people around Detroit began to take notice of the group. The Clark Sisters signed to Sound of Gospel Records in 1974. Under this association, the group released albums such as Unworthy, Count It All Joy, and He Gave Me Nothing to Lose, which hit the top 20 of the Billboard Spiritual LPs chart.[7][8] By this point, Dr. Clark had turned over control of the group to Twinkie, who continued to write, arrange, conduct, and produce all of the Clark Sisters' recordings. Their popularity soared with the release of the live recording Is My Living in Vain, in 1980. Their debut live recording was first ranked on the 1981 Billboard Spiritual Albums year-end chart at number 21, before topping the year-end Spiritual Albums chart of 1982.

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Also known as The Dynamic Clark Sisters (1980)

The Legendary Clark Sisters (2017-Present)"....

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INFORMATION ABOUT KAREN CLARK-SHEARD
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_Clark_Sheard
"Karen Valencia Clark Sheard (nΓ©e Clark; born November 15, 1960) is an American Grammy Award-winning Gospel singer, musician, songwriter, and business woman. Clark-Sheard is the wife of the current Church of God in Christ Presiding Bishop J. Drew Sheard and she serves as the current First Lady of the COGIC denomination. Clark–Sheard is best known as the youngest member of influential gospel group the Clark Sisters. Clark–Sheard is also the mother of contemporary gospel singer and actress Kierra "Kiki" Sheard. She has released five solo albums, seventeen with the Clark Sisters and collaborated with her son J.Drew Sheard II and her daughter Kierra Sheard.

During the hiatus of the Clark Sisters, Clark–Sheard rose to fame after she recorded her critically acclaimed and much anticipated solo album Finally Karen, which spawned her hit, "Balm in Gilead" (a re-recording of a song she originally recorded as part of the Clark Sisters back in the 1980s for their Heart & Soul album) the R&B-flavored "Just For Me" and "Nothing Without You" – a contemporary duet with R&B diva Faith Evans. Finally Karen became one of the most successful gospel albums of 1998 earning Sheard a Grammy nomination and earning her a Soul Train Lady of Soul Award for "Best Female Vocalist"[2]

After her debut album success and much touring, Clark–Sheard was hospitalized in 2001 after one of her blood vessels burst during a cosmetic procedure, resulting in doctors giving her a 2% chance of survival. Her testimony inspired the title name for her long-awaited sophomore project, 2nd Chance released in 2002. Clark–Sheard recorded two more live albums, including The Heavens Are Telling and It's Not Over (which featured some studio recordings), before releasing All in One, Clark–Sheard's first all-studio-recorded album in 13 years. The album debuted at #2 on the U.S. Billboard Gospel Chart and #98 on Billboard's Top 200 albums chart, while its first single "Prayed Up" has so far peaked at #9 on the U.S. Billboard Gospel Songs chart.[3]"...

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LYRICS- THERE IS A BALM IN GILEAD
(Twinkie Clark, Traditional)
 
I know one who cares, found in him piece of mind
I know one who cares, found a friend so loving kind

I know a man who cares, found in him piece of mind
I know a man who's there, found a friend so loving kind,

There is a Balm in Gilead [4x]

Medicine used in the bible days to heal the sick and take the pain away [2x]

There is a Balm in Gilead, There is a Balm [4x]
Repeat There is a Balm in Gilead [4x]

He healed the sick and he raised the dead, 5,000 hungry souls he fed [2x]

If theres a need in your life today, just look to jesus he'll brighten your day [2x]

If theres love you need today, just look to jesus he'll brighten your day,

If theres joy you need today, jesus will send it your way.

Jesus is a Balm in Gilead, removed the tomb the third day and rose from the grave,

he took the keys of death hell and the grave, laid the foundation open up the way. [2x]

There is a Balm in Gilead

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LYRICS- BALM IN GILEAD

(Writers: E. Clark, (Twinkie Clark), Traditional)

[Verse 1:]

There is a balm in Gilead.
There is a balm in Gilead.
There is a balm in Gilead
There is a balm in Gilead.

(There is a balm in Gilead).
(There is a balm in Gilead).
(There is a balm in Gilead).
(There is a balm in Gilead).

[Chorus:]
Oh, there is a balm in Gilead,
There is a balm,
Hey, hey, hey, there is a balm.
There is a balm,
Hey, hey, hey, there is a balm.

[Verse 2:]

Medicine used in the Bible days
To heal the sick and take the pain away.
Medicine used in the Bible days
To heal the sick and take the pain away.

(Medicine used in the Bible days)
(to heal the sick and take the pain away).
(Medicine used in the Bible days)
(to heal the sick and take the pain away).

[Chorus]

[Bridge:]

(Jesus is a balm in Gilead),
(He's a healer, Jesus is a balm in Gilead).
Jesus is a balm in Gilead,
He's a healer, Jesus is a balm in Gilead.

Jesus is a balm in Gilead,
He's a healer, Jesus is a balm.

[Chorus]

[Vamp:]

There is a balm,
Hey, hey, hey, there is a balm.
There is a balm,
Hey, hey, hey, there is a balm.

[Ending:]

There is a balm.

Online source: https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/karenclarksheard/balmingilead.html

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African American Gospel Song "Trampin (Tryna Make Heaven My Home)" with YouTube Examples, Lyrics, & Comments


Rev. J.M. Gates - Topic, Nov 8, 2014

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises
Tramping To Make Heaven My Home (107093) · Rev. J.M. Gates Rev. J.M Gates Vol. 2 (September 1926) ℗ 1996 Document Records Released on: 2005-07-05 ****

Viola James & Congregration - Tryin' To Make Heaven My Home


TheBWJohnson,  Sept. 14, 2011

Southern Journey, Vol. 3: 61 Highway Mississippi. The Independence Church Congregation recorded in Tyro, MS 9/23/1959

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Edited by Azizi Powell This pancocojams post showcases sound files of two early twentieth century renditions of the Gospel song "Trampin (Tryna Make Heaven My Home").

The definition of the word "tramping" ("trampin) is given in this post along with the lyrics to these two renditions of "Trampin". The definition of the word "tryna" is given in this post along with a definition for the phrase "knee way journey" that is found in some versions of this song. One lyric version of the Gospel song "Trampin" is included in this post along with selected online comments about this song. The content of this post is presented for religious, cultural, and linguistic purposes.
All copyrights remain with their owners. Thanks to all those who are featured in these sound files and thanks to the early collectors of this Gospel song.
-snip- *The word "tryna" is usually given as "tryin" or "trying" .However, it's my belief that "early" renditions of "Trampin" used the African American Vernacular English word "tryna".
Click http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2018/04/youtube-examples-of-traditional.html for the related pancocojams post entitled "YouTube Examples Of Traditional Arrangements Of The African American Spiritual "Trampin"". That post is Part II of a three part pancocojams series on the song "Trampin (Tryin To Make Heaven My Home".

verb...

(US also tromp)

to walk, especially long distances or with heavy steps:

to tramp through the woods/undergrowth

We spent a week tramping the streets of San Francisco, looking for movie locations.

Synonyms

roam (MOVE AROUND) trudge"

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LYRICS - TRAMPIN (TRYNA MAKE HEAVEN MY HOME)
chorus

Well I’m trampin
Lord I’m trampin
tryna make heaven my home
Trampin trampin

tryna make heaven my home

Verse
it’s a knee way journey
but I’m trampin

tryna make heaven my home
It’s a knee way journey
but I’m trampin
tryna make heaven my home
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These lyrics are my transcription from the sound file that is given as #2 in this post.  Additions and corrections are welcome.

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EXPLANATION FOR THE WORD "TRYNA"
From https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tryna - "trying to"
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"Tryna" is a vernacular form of the words "trying to". 

Since at least the late 20th century, this Gospel song's title and lyrics are most often converted to more standard American English as "Tramping" (Trying To Make Heaven My Home)" or Trampin Tryin To Make Heaven My Home". For example, notice the title for the sound file given as Example #2 in this post.
The earlier title and lyrics for this song are "Trampin (Tryna Make Heaven My Home)"  Some titles and lyrics hypercorrect "tryna" by using the words "tryna to".

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EXPLANATION FOR THE PHRASE "KNEE WAY JOURNEY"
My guess is that a "knee-way journey" means a difficult journey where a person's knees are likely to "give out" (become unstable, swollen, and/or otherwise painful)..

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SELECTED COMMENTS
Numbers added for referencing purposes only.

Excerpt #1
From  https://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=63703

1. Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Tryin' to Make Heaven My Home
From: GUEST,Q
Date: 20 Oct 03 - 04:37 PM

Many versions of "Poor Pilgrim." See thread 42490. Listed as "Tossed and Driven" in Randolph, a fine version as well.

"Trampin', Trampin'," is similar in some respects, and is sung mostly in black churches, while "Poor Pilgrim" is a white gospel song.

"Trampin'" is included in "Songs of Zion" as a spiritual, a traditional song with some copyrighted arrangements, which should be sung "slowly, with a firm beat," in the arrangement by J. Jefferson Cleveland and Verolga Nix (copyrighted 1981, Abingdon Press).

"Songs of Zion" (Abdingdon Press, 1981-1982) grew out of the "Consultation on the Black Church," held in 1973, where it was recommended that the Section on Worship develop a songbook from the Black religious tradition to be made available to United Methodist churches.

The version of "Trampin'" in "Songs of Zion" has the verse "I've never been to heaven but I been tol', dat de streets up dere am paved wid gol', as well as "If you git dere befo' I do, Tell all ma friends I'm coming too."

The editors insist that spirituals should be sung in dialect, and give instructions."

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2. Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Tryin' to Make Heaven My Home
From: Burke
Date: 20 Oct 03 - 07:05 PM

" "Tryin' to make heaven my home" is also on Lomax's "Southern Journey. Vol. 3, 61 Highway Mississippi. It's recorded in a black church sung by: Viola James & Congregation. Lomax thought it was of 20th cent. origin."

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3. Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Tryin' to Make Heaven My Home
From: GUEST,Q
Date: 20 Oct 03 - 07:32 PM

"It seems that the verse goes back to white gospel of the 19th c.

I doubt that it ever was a spiritual, in the slave and plantation song sense.

Burke, I believe that Lomax was correct as far as Negro use of the song is concerned. It did not appear in the songs collected by Fenner in the 19th c. from Negro sources (the Cleveland Index is in error), but was added in the 1926 edition by Dett, and there it is noted as collected by him ("I'm striving to make it my home"). Nor does it seem to have been found in any of the books on Negro song or spirituals of the 19th c.

I will post Dett's version in the thread on Poor Pilgrim."
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The referent "Negro" is no longer used since at least the mid 20th century. Except for quoting historical material, it's now considered offensive to refer to people as "Negro". 
  
This comment from GUEST, Q refers to the custom of singing "Trampin" with the song "Poor Pilgrim". That song's title is often given as "I Am A Poor Pilgrim Of Sorrow". That song is also known as "I Heard Of A City Called Heaven". Click https://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=63779 for GUEST, Q's comments and other comments about this song. Here's a portion of one comment that GUEST, Q posted on 20 Oct 03 - 06:00 PM in that "Poor Pilgrim" discussion thread (along with lyrics)

" "Poor Pilgrim" appears in Dett, Religious Folk-songs of the Negro, and is considered by some to be a spiritual (so listed in the Cleveland index). Its frequency in white gospel, and parallels with "Wayfaring Stranger" suggest to me that its origin is in the white churches (Old Baptist, Sacred harp, old white songsters)."....

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Excerpt #2
From https://www.acousticmusic.com/fame/p00531.htm 61 Highway Mississippi The Alan Lomax Collection: Southern Journey Volume 3 Delta Country Blues, Spirituals, Work Songs & Dance Music

"Rounder CD 1703

 A review written for the Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange

by Virginia Wagner

(anvil-records@worldnet.att.net)

"In the fall of 1959, Alan Lomax traveled throughout the state of Mississippi and recorded the songs contained on Volume 3 of the Alan Lomax Collection: Southern Journey. Calling it "the land where blues began," he recorded the various styles of African-American music he found there in the 1930s. Discovering a wellspring of musical talent, he returned several times over the next twenty years, visiting churches, picnics, penitentiaries and private homes so that these songs, and indeed, the musicians who sang and played them, would not be lost to time. And he richly succeeded.

[...]

There are two spirituals on volume three: God's Unchanging Hand with Anderson Burton leading the congregation at Independence Church in Tyro, Mississippi, and Trying to Make Heaven My Home, which was led by Viola James. Both songs are of 20th century origin and are typical of the black country Baptist churches. This hand-clapping, joyful, swaying music is still a staple of today's black churches, and certainly puts my Catholic parish to shame vocally (we're still choking over holding hands during the Our Father!)."...

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Anthony "Spice" Adams - "Unk: The King Of Spades" & "When An Oldhead Takes Control of a Spades Game" (YouTube videos & comments)


Anthony dams, Mar 18, 2014

That uncle that loves to play spades. Spades is not a game to him, it is a way of life! Do you have an uncle like this? Music By: Alchemist - Pool Hall Hustler **** When An Oldhead Takes Control of a Spades Game



Anthony Adams,  January 14, 2019

This is what happens when an oldhead gets trump tight in a spades game. [...]

1st beat: Thundercat 2nd beat: Beatsbyjblack
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Edited by Azizi Powell

This is Part III of a three part pancocojams series about the card game "Spades".

This post provides some information about Athony "Spice "Adams and showcases two YouTube videos by Anthony "Spice" Adams about Black "oldheads" playing the card game Spades. 

This post also includes selected comments about Spades from the discussion thread for these two YouTube videos and from one other Spice Adams video.

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/09/how-african-americans-play-card-game.html for Part I of this pancocojams series. The title for that post is "How African Americans Play The Card Game Spades (article excerpts)."

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/09/online-comments-about-how-african.html  for Part II of this pancocojams series. The title for that post is "Online Comments About How African Americans Play The Card Game Spades".

The content of this post is presented for cultural and entertainment purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to Anthony "Spice" Adams for his comedic skills. Thanks also to all those who are quoted in this post. 

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INFORMATION ABOUT ANTHONY SPICE ADAMS
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Adams
"
Anthony "Spice" Adams (born June 18, 1980) is an American television host, actor, comedian, and former football defensive tackle. After playing college football for Penn State, he was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft, for whom he played four seasons, followed by the Chicago Bears from 2007 to 2011.

After his playing career, he became involved in social media and television. He is now a co-host of The Great American Baking Show, the American adaptation of the popular Great British Bake Off."

[...]

Adams is well known for his Instagram account, where he posts comedic videos under the username "spiceadams". Many of the characters and skits he has created have gone viral since 2018; an example is his catchphrase "ahaha", which became the subject of multiple memes on Twitter."....

The focus in this pancocojams post is on the comedic characters who Spice Adams portrays in his Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube channels since 2014 if not earlier. Those channels feature comedic skits in which Spice Adams portrays oldheads, has ongoing conversation over bluetooth with his friend Chuck, and more. 

Click https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/24/sports/football/anthony-spice-adams-ahaha.html "
Memes Made Spice Adams More Famous Than the N.F.L. Could" After nine years of playing in obscurity for the Chicago Bears and the San Francisco 49ers, Spice Adams has become ubiquitous for his memes. [subscription required]

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PANCOCOJAMS EDITOR'S NOTE
"Oldheads" is a colloquial African American term that refers to old men who wear outfits and behave certain ways that may have been in style among certain "hip" people decades ago. "Oldheads" also have certain vernacular sayings that they are known for.


The opposite of  "oldheads" is  "young blood."  

Unk (also spelled "unc") is an affectionate African Amrican abbreviation for the English word "uncle".

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SELECTED COMMENTS FROM THREE ANTHONY "SPICE" ADAMS VIDEOS

Numbers are added for referencing purposes only.

Discussion Thread #1

[This is video #1 that is embedded in this post.]

Dr Koolaidman, 2017
"Man that slapping cards on the table is so classic man nice video

That uncle that loves to play spades.  Spades is not a game to him, it is a way of life!  Do you have an uncle like this?"

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Discussion Thread # 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNF1MyzkE5U&ab_channel=AnthonyAdams
Anthony Adams, May 29, 2017

This is how Oldheads be on Memorial Day or any other day for that matter.

1.EL Dawg, 2017
"I actually know a few old heads that say barbeque or mildew πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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2.  Tahron Davis, 2018
"Bbq or mildew!? Classic old head playing strategy to make u rush a decisionπŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜…"

** 3. REGGIE JACKSON, 2018
"
What you gonna do barbecue or mildew study long study wrong😭😭😭😭🀣🀣🀣"

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4. Nina Birdsong,2018
"
When he said study long, study wrong.... my unc will say that allll the time at card games.."

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5. Cris LeRoi, 2018
"
My uncle used to say, "Whatchu gon do, barbecue or mildew?" And Study long study wrong" when we played dominos."

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6. Wanda Wilson, 2020
"
Something about those "Spades" that make you turn into The Valedictorian of talking Shxx!

Come on Summer. We Ready for the Que."
-snip-
"Que" = "Q", an African American abbreviation for the word "barbecue".

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7.Karlene McLean, 2020
"
He slap dominoes like a Jamaican lol"

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8. 
Gabriel Boissiere, 2021
"
the way he slammed the domino piece is so hispanic oldhead too lmao"

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9. 
Calvin Grace, 2021
"Slamming the spades down, classic"

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Discussion Thread # 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYVHqrNwK8g&ab_channel=AnthonyAdams
When An Oldhead Takes Control of a Spades Game
Anthony Adams,  Jan 14, 2019 [video #2 embedded above] 

2018

1. Grim Soul
"Study long....study wrong...I have not heard that in 20 years.  Can someone tell me why spades aint a game show yet....Black folks will kill this planet in some spades"

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Reply
2. Leroy Stokes
"
Man, you know them people gonna gentrify "Spades" if it were made into a game show."

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3. 
Cherl Lowe-johnson
"Spice, you crazy for being all the players at the table. Those looks they gave when you were winning were priceless-- the close ups had me cracking up!! Don't play cards with Spice, he might win the shirt off your back!!"

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4. 
Too Fast
"
Lmao!! My uncle play spades just like that!! Love your channel bro!

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5. 
Michael C
"
And you got that 1 player that said they play but really don’t play and renigs πŸ˜†πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­"

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6. 
Renewed Ro
"
Yoooo the fact that this never gets old is impressing!! I die laughing the same way everytime when he screw his face up and say “whatchasay na chuck???” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ classic !! Oh and the ahaha laugh ... got it as my ringtone πŸ˜‚"

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7. Torian Mitchell
"That laugh... The outfits.... Them stomps... The shyt talkin....  Is spot on and takes me back to my childhood watching my grandfather and uncles play cards. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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8. JS HELLRAISER
"When I bust some spades I like to get under my opponents skin I’m the dude that never stops talking during spades taunting the other team making them second guess their partner"

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9. BrownSkinLove.shop365
"That moment when u realize nobody got them ♠ like you do and the two jokers. Extra confidence"

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10. poppyxxl
"Exactly how a Boston is played, cool breezes!"

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11. Rell_Andre'
"The critical point in Spades, is knowing when to start running them thangs!! And it helps to have a partner that thinks the same as you."

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12. Burdette Highsmith
"Wait until they lose tho...be having big excuses"

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13. Are you Serious
"Wait....you allowed to play jokers in a game a spades???? I play bones n shoot dice, not many games of spades lol"

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14. Shalymar Jones
"I'm mad that he is bending up them cards like that! Lmao"

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15. Perpetual Love4U
"πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ Too Funny because it's so relatable."

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16. AlkamistStar
"This got all the classic lines for the oldheads lol. That stomping killed me πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ 🀣"

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17. FIRST TAKE
"Us card players in the chi don’t play with jokers..."

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18. Mel Mel
"We real "old heads" don't even play spades....we play BID...a grown folks game♥️🀣"

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19. Cosmo Emperor
"Real old heads be quit tho. They set tha books low when they got a killer hand and they do be countin based on the number of cards they got of each book and the number of players and the number of cards left in tha pull as the game goes along. Those the ones that be gettin it seem like a book every hand they get tha book. And you don't even feel the blade skinnin yo @$$. Butcha know somethans wrong. That's an old head."
-snip-
"Quit" probably means"guite"

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20. Are you Serious
"Old heads I play wit allow no table talk haha"

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21. Concept
"Except they playin wayyy too damn slow lol"

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22. Smug Frm410
"Ok old head keep talking I might not have no spades but I got these clubs πŸ‘ŠπŸ½πŸ‘ŠπŸ½πŸ‘ŠπŸ½"

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23. J B
"You know it got real when he told Chuck that he'll call him back. And that's a fasho right on!!!!!!"

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24. Marv Money
"0:58 Every Real Spades Player Know What Time It IsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ˜πŸ˜Ž"

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25. Mary Zimmerman
"This was every Friday and Sadday night at Big T house, that noise you make when you winning and the whole table know it. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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26. Aye Now
"Oooo I hate playing with ppl like them 🀣🀣🀣"

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27. Ernest Delva
"lmao this is me playing Duces Wild and im not even in my 30s yet πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

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Reply
28. Meela234
"Then you already on your way to being an expert old head. Lol!"

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Reply
29. Ernest Delva
" @Meela234  πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Thats a fasho on that"

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30. flamingo barnes
"Lol.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Good sh-t*, bruh. Original. Remind me of when I was up tha road, in the chain game. Don't get a good hand, cause its going down juss like your skit."
-snip-
*This word is fully spelled out in this comment.

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31. Uncle Terry
" “I thought you said you had spades players on your side of the family, where they at doe!” πŸ€£πŸ€£"
-snip-
This is what the wife said to her husband who was hosing the card party at their home.

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32. Just Call Me Taylor
"This is hilarious!! I came up watching fam doing all of this. hahahahaha"

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33. Truth16
""Huh" slam the card down. πŸ˜‚"

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34. erin stahle
"If you ain't did no time in jail or rehab, you can't be my spades partner 🀣 straight facts πŸ’― lol is that a coogi sweater I see 🀯"

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35. SAVAGE90000640 Gaming
"That spade hand was πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯"

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36. Cee Munnie
"Once he found out he had the table ⚰️⚰️🀣🀣🀣from that point on Is SHEER comedy"

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37. ella Jean-Marie
"Tags on clothes, short sox...this is a standard OG historic portrayal of a late 20th leisure activity ...card on forehead...classic."...

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Reply
38. Patricia Downs, 2021
"Yes, yes memory lane we use to play  spades all night and that's right we could wear it and take it back the next day because we knee how to tuck the tag in lol"

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Reply
39. Michael Ward
"I've done that Big Joker on my forehead lolololol Spice - you killin em"

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40. Abas Qanas, 2019
"Bruh playing with relative trashtalking old heads is the best the energy in room with all trash talking and laughing is so good the game just turns 10 times better

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41. Doc Duct Tape, 2019
"You gotta act like you chopping wood or playing tennis when you running the spades out big dawg. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚"

HUUUUUUHHHHH!

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42.Jay Schipp
"When you stick the big joker on your forehead, you know it’s about to go down. #yallset

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43. Mr. Hargraves
"Rs this how the old heads be like during  spades and when they be loosing they be quite as hell"

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44. BIG LMNZtv
"When you play spades wit real old heads they play ace high"

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45. Kicks By Dray
"Classic ending!! For Every oldhead after they win a game of spades always gotta let someone know they won lol"

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46. Super Nova
"Dem ashy scratch marks and Stacy 's , crew socks, and shorts tho'....all missing is calling out dem books you could have made if ya patner had remembered when that corny 9 a diamonds went down....."

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47. Are you Serious, 2020
"Only time I hate playin an OG is when my uncle(who is hella good) gets waaaaaay too drunk and cuts spades, when he still has the damn suite 🀦🏽‍♂️🀦🏽‍♂️ and I can’t really say nothing cuz he beat ma ass lol"

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48.  Deena Dean, 2020
"YESSSSS GOT THE WHOLE ROOM SMELLING LIKE JOOP! AND CHEAP CIGARS..... THE ASHINESS OF THE LEGS AND THE ATTITUDE IS SOOO POINT!!!! I LOVE IT!!!! YOU KNOW ITS OFFICIAL WHEN THE BLUETOOTH COMES OFF... LIFE AINT RIGHT UNLESS HIS WIFE SASSES HIM ABOUT THAT DRANK TOO!!!! THIS MAN GIVES ME LIFE...."

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49. Jerrol White, 2020
"When you hear your partner say, “ get your money” that means play your best cards first because he got a handful of spades.  Oh yeah, we about to set them. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‰πŸ€ͺ"

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