The Ballad of Watchman Nee was a song sung in 1975 by Jimmy Miller:
There once was a man named Watchmen Nee, a Chinese brother by birth.
He lived his life to honor God; he was known throughout the world.
When China fell into communist hands they put him in a cell,
all because he loved our God and he sought good news to tell.
His wife she waited in poverty, afraid and all alone.
She offered up her prayers each day for God to bring him home.
But our brother he wasn't coming back for reasons we all know.
He was a danger to their cause; they would not let him go.
Hush, Lady Watchman, don't you cry, you know he'll never die.
He'll just walk into the arms of Jesus.
And though it hurts to see him go, Lady Watchman, you must know,
he was born to die the Watchman of the Lord.
The prison guards would gather round, and listen to him speak.
How sweet his humble voice would sound, so gentle and so meek.
And many of them secretly turned their hearts to the Lord.
But the Commies said, "We'll have to put him away before he wins over all of the guards."
So they put him away in solitary, in darkness and alone.
They gave him just one bowl of rice a day to reduce him to skin and bones.
But the Christians they began to pray all throughout the land,
And our brother he started gaining weight 'cause God came through again.
Watchman, he started writing sermons and he signed them with his name.
He smuggled them out into the world through the guards that he'd led to the faith.
And the Christians all throughout the land waited patiently.
Every day for the latest word from their brother Watchman Nee.
But then one day his letters ceased, and the Watchman disappeared.
Some say they tortured him to death, but how he died is a mystery.
But we know he lived a martyr's life and the marks of the Cross he bore.
And he walked into the arms of Jesus, now he lives forever more.
I don't know if this link will work, but I hope it will take you to a video of the song being performed by another person: