The rest of the day was spent in heavy insensibility, and at night he slept as usual; but on waking at three in the morning, he took his penknife and lay with his weight upon it, the point toward his heart. It was broken and would not penetrate. At day break he arose, and passing a strong garter around his neck, fastened it to the frame of his bed: this gave way with his weight, but on securing it to the door, he was more successful, and remained suspended till he had lost all consciousness of existence. After a time the garter broke and he fell to the floor, so that his life was saved; but the conflict had been greater than his reason could endure.
released August 16, 2014
original hymn: written by William Cowper, 1772
source: Aretha Franklin - 'There is a Fountain Filled With Blood' (1956)
recorded July 31, 2014 - //APNEICVOID//HQ - portland, or
this is AV013.
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