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  1. Why, am I treated so bad? Why, am I treated so bad? You know I'm all alone as I sing this song, Hear my call, I've done nobody wrong But I'm treated so bad I'm gonna walk out in the master lane Things I do, they seem to be in vain You may be blind, you may be lame, Walk on out in the Master's name, Though you're treated so bad Ooh ooh ooh ooooooh.
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  3. Live: Hope At The Hideout, an album by Mavis Staples on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Jan 09,  · Track Listing for Mavis Staples Live: Hope at the Hideout. 1. For What It’s Worth. 2. Eyes on the Prize. 3. Down in Mississippi. 4. Wade in the Water. 5. Waiting For My Child. 6. This Little Light. 7. Why Am I Treated So Bad. 8. Freedom Highway. 9. We Shall Not Be Moved. Circle Intro (encore) Will The Circle Be Unbroken (encore)
  5. Nov 04,  · Live: Hope at the Hideout Mavis Staples R&B/Soul ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Why Am I Treated so Bad (Live) 8 Freedom Highway (Live) 9 We Shall Not Be Moved (Live) 10 Mavis Staples If All I Was Was Black 60 million songs.
  6. Why Am I Treated So Bad; Freedom Highway; We Shall Not Be Moved; Circle Intro (encore) Will The Circle Be Unbroken (encore) On My Way (encore) I’ll Take You There (encore) On Monday June 23rd a lucky few Chicagoans were treated to an intimate performance at the Hideout by the leading lady of protest, Mavis Staples.
  7. Live: Hope at the Hideout is the first live album by Mavis Staples. The album was nominated for Best Contemporary Blues Album at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards (held on January 31, ). [1] The album was recorded at The Hideout Inn in Staples' hometown of Chicago.
  8. Live: Hope At The Hideout buy CD music Description Mavis Staples, who marched and sang and protested alongside Dr. Martin Luther King during the Civil Rights movement of the s, saw her steadfast dedication to equality and unwavering sense of hope validated on Tuesday, Nov. 4th

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