I Shall Not Be Moved
"I Shall Not Be Moved" is an African American spiritual. The song describes how the singer "shall not be moved" because of their faith in God. Secularly, as "We Shall Not Be Moved" it gained popularity as a Civil Rights Movement, protest, and union song. In Great Britain in the 1980s the song was attributed to popular British wrestler Big Daddy as his walk-on music which would be greeted by cheers from the fans. "We Shall Not Be Moved" is sung at home matches by supporters of Leicester City Football Club in England's Premier League of Association Football. 
Among others, the following artists recorded I Shall Not Be Moved:
- Blind Roosevelt Graves (1929)
- Charley Patton (1929)
- Lonnie Donegan on Lonnie Donegan Showcase (1956)
- The Million Dollar Quartet (Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash) (1956)
- Mississippi John Hurt on "The Best Of Mississippi John Hurt" (1965)
- Ella Fitzgerald on Brighten the Corner (1967)
- Son House on The Real Delta Blues-14 songs from the man who taught Robert Johnson (1974)
- Joan Baez ("No Nos Moverán") on her Spanish-language album (1974)
- Johnny Cash on My Mother's Hymn Book (2004)
- Mavis Staples on We'll never Turn Back (2007)
- Shirley Ann Lee on Songs of Light (2012)
- JB Burnett featured in the episode, "The Magnificent Seven," on Supernatural (U.S. TV series).
- Public Enemy on Most Of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp
- The Seekers, on several albums "50th Anniversary Collection"
- Wells, Robert V. (2009). Life flows on in endless song: folk songs and American history. University of Illinois Press. p. 95. ISBN 978-0-252-07650-3.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- James, Stuart (17 April 2016). "Leicester supporters ride emotional roller coaster with title in sight". The Guardian. Retrieved 17 April 2016.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- "Watford 0 Leicester 1. We shall not be moved!". YouTube. 5 March 2016. Retrieved 17 April 2016.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Complete Recorded Works (1929-1936).
- Charley Patton - Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2, late November/early December 1929.
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