Reference to an American slave spiritual that is now often sung as a gospel song. In its original, form purportedly first popularized by Harriet Tubman, it was meant to serve as a warning/reminder to those on the Underground Railroad that when escaping it is best to walk through the streams and rivers to throw pursuing dogs off the scent.

from Banging Camp ("wade into the water") and Multitude Of Casualties

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