Why Was Swing Low Sweet Chariot Written?

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Swing Low, Swing Chariot was written by Wallis Willis through inspiration. His inspiration was derived from the Red River which reminded him of the Jordan River and the Prophet Elijah's being taken to heaven by a chariot. He wrote the song in 1982.
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The earliest known recording for Swing Low, Sweet Chariot was in 1909 by the Fisk Jubilee singers of Fisk University. It is an American Negro spiritual.
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