Nail'd It! - Netflix
"Nail'd It" pits 18 of the best up-and-coming nail artists against one another as they claw their way to the top to claim a life-changing grand prize of \$100,000. The series premiere coincides with Oxygen's rebrand on Tuesday, October 7th across all platforms, launching the network's new logo and tagline, very real, targeting young, modern women.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Nail'd It! - Were You There - Netflix
Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) is an American spiritual that was first printed in 1899.
Were You There was likely composed by African-American slaves in the 19th century. It was first published in William Eleazar Barton's 1899 Old Plantation Hymns. In 1940, it was included in the Episcopal Church hymnal, making it the first spiritual to be included in any major American hymnal. As reported in Howard Thurman's autobiography, the song was one of Mahatma Gandhi's favorites. The song has been recorded by artists including Marion Williams, Johnny Cash, Phil Keaggy, Max Roach, Diamanda Galás, Harry Belafonte, The Seldom Scene, Diamond Version (with Neil Tennant), Bayard Rustin, and Rajaton.
Nail'd It! - Lyrics - Netflix
The following lyrics are those printed in the 1899 Unicorn. Old Plantation Hymns; other variations exist.
Nail'd It! - References - Netflix