ContentsMy pious friends and drunken companions. Abdullah Bul-Bul Amir ; The band played on ; O! Susanna ; Sam Bass ; Brother Noah ; The butcher's boy ; Casey Jones ; Casey Jones II ; Navy fragment ; Forty-nine bottles ; Ach, du lieber Augustine ; I wanta go home ; In the sweet bye and bye ; Christofo Columbo ; Clementine ; When I die ; One more drink for the four of us ; Sweet Rosie ; The foggy, foggy dew ; A catch ; The ballad of Captain Kidd ; The old grey mare ; The dying hobo ; Way down yonder in the cornfield ; The lamentable history of Frankie and Johnnie ; Just a wee doch-an-dorris ; Hail, hail! ; The dying fisherman's song ; I had but fifty cents ; I've been workin' on the railroad ; Little brown jug ; I know where they are ; I'm full ; Jesse James ; Back and side go bare, go bare! ; Fill the flowing bowl ; Le chef de gare ; The ballad of Lydia Pinkham ; Railroad Bill ; The morning after ; The Oregon Trail ; O'Slattery's Light Dragoons ; Samuel Hall ; Down among the dead men ; It's the sime the 'ole world over ; It's the sime the 'ole world over II ; That tattooed French lady ; The son of a gambolier ; Water boy ; There is a tavern in the town ; Wal, I swan ; Young Charlotte ; Whiskey for my Johnny ; I wish I was single again ; Rolling home ; Oh! oh! oh! it's a lovely war! ; Maid of Amsterdam ; Mademoiselle from Armentieres ; The cowboy's lament ; The face on the bar-room floor ; Twenty years ago ; Lasca ; 'Ostler Joe ; The kid's fight ; Don't go in them lions' cage tonight, Mother ; The High Barbaree ; The marines' song
More pious friends and drunken companions. A pack of cards ; The roving gambler ; Australian highwayman's song ; Our gude-man ; Down in dear old Greenwich Village ; The wreck of the Old 97 ; The female smuggler ; O, give me a home where the buffalo roam ; Heenan and Sayers ; Rio Grande ; False Henry ; The charming young widow I met on the train ; Hop head ; Salvation Army song ; Hannah ; The cannibal maiden ; Life is but a game of cards ; Pictures from life's other side ; Old Joe Clark ; Cocaine Bill and Morphine Sue ; Rollicking Bill the sailor ; Texas Rangers ; Cocaine Lil and Morphine Sue ; Oh, no, John! ; Duckfoot Sue ; Willie the weeper ; Hop song ; Johnny Sands ; A little more cider ; Lucky Jim ; The Boston burglar ; Fair Fanny Moore ; I've only been down to the club ; Springfield Mountain ; My cottage by the sea ; The hell-bound train ; Drunkard John ; Once I loved a railroad brakeman ; Ballad of a young man ; The dog-catcher's child ; Je donnerais Versailles ; The sailor's return ; The caissons are rolling along ; Young Monroe at Gerry's Rock ; The midnight express ; Bible stories ; When you and I were young, Maggie ; Seven long years ; The letter edged in black ; I'll give my love a cherry ; Jim Fisk, Jr. ; What's the use? ; Get away, old man, get away! ; Dis mornin', dis evenin', so soon ; The dying ranger ; Shanahan's ould shebeen ; Sally Brown ; The recruit ; The Flying Cloud ; The girl in the blue velvet band ; The Millman tragedy ; In Bohemia Hall ; The actor's story.
-- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Drinking songs -- United States.
|Publisher|| New York :Dover Publications,1974
Held, John, Jr., 1889-1958, illustrator.
Includes unacc. melodies.
"Unabridged republication of first editions of My pious friends and drunken companions (1927) and More pious friends and drunken companions (1928)"; previously published by Dover in 1961 as My pious friends and drunken companions and More pious friends and drunken companions.
xv, 235 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm