All God's Children Got Shoes
Traditional African-American spiritual from the 1800s first published in 1907 as "Going to Shout All over God's Heav'n". The song is often associated with the African-American church, and is frequently sung in worship services and other religious gatherings. The origin of the song is unclear, as it is a traditional tune that has been passed down through the oral tradition. Like many spirituals, it is believed to have originated in the context of slavery and was likely sung by enslaved Africans as a form of expression and comfort in the face of hardship.