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ContentsPutting on the style : comic glees and cameos. Abdul, the bulbul amir ; Adam in the garden pinning leaves ; Ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more ; Ain't it a shame ; The blue-tail fly ; Cosher Bailey's engine ; Crawdad ; The desperado ; The devil and the farmer's wife ; The dodger song ; Eddystone Light ; The fireship ; The frozen logger ; Goodbye 'Liza Jane ; I was born about ten thousand years ago ; Ilkley Moor baht' at ; It's the syme the whole world over ; The lavender cowboy ; Mama don't low ; The man that waters the workers' beer ; My God, how the money rolls in ; My sweetheart's the mule in the mines ; Oh, how he lied ; Putting on the style ; The rich man and the poor man ; Take a whiff on me ; Ta-ra-ra boom-der-e ; Willly the Weeper
Bile them cabbage down : hoedowns, jigs, and reels. The Arkansas traveler ; Bile them cabbage down ; Black-eyed Susie ; Boatman's dance ; Buffalo gals ; Camptown races ; Captain Jinks ; Cindy ; Cotton-eyed Joe ; Cripple Creek ;- Fly around my blue-eyed gal ; Green corn ; Ida red ; Jubilee ; L'il Liza Jane ; Pop goes the weasel ; Sally Goodin ; Sourwood Mountain ; Turkey in the straw ; Uncle Joe ; Uncle Reuben ; Weevily wheat
All over this land : songs of green places, big cities, mountain ranges, waterways, and prairies. Abilene ; Acres of clams ; Alabama bound ; America the beautiful ; Bowling green ; The Colorado Trail ; Columbia the gem of the ocean ; Cumberland Gap ; Dixie ; East Virginia ; Elanoy ; E-ri-e ; The eyes of Texas ; Far above Cayuga's waters ; The great American bum ; Home on the range ; In Kansas ; My home's across the Smokey Mountains ; Oleanna ; On the banks of the Wabash ; The rackets around the Blue Mountain Lake ; Sail away ladies ; Sidewalks of New York ; The state of Arkansas ; Swannanoa Tunnel ; Way out in Idaho
I been doing some hard travelin'. Baby mine ; The Big Rock Candy Mountain ; The blind fiddler ; Danville girl ; Deep blue sea ; The dreary Black Hills ; Freight train ; The gambler ; Hand me down my walking cane ; Hard traveling ; He was a friend of mine ; I can't help but wonder where I'm bound ; I'm going down this road feeling bad ; Man of constant sorrow ; Mighty day ; Motherless children ; My ramblin' boy ; Nine hundred miles ; The oak and the ash ; The other side of Jordan ; Poor Howard ; Prospecting dream ; Rambling, gambling man ; Root, hog, or die ; Roving gambler blues ; Run come see ; Sometimes I feel like a motherless child ; There's a man goin' round takin' names ; This train ; The Titanic ; The tramp ; Wandering ; Wild rover
Been in the pen so long : songs of chain gangs, jails, and prisoners. Ain't no more cane on this Brazos ; Another man done gone ; Baby, please don't go ; Been in the pen so long ; The Boston burglar ; Botany Bay ; Columbus Stockade blues ; Darlin' ; Foggy mountain top ; It's almost done ; Long John ; Midnight special ; Old Hannah ; Old Reilly ; Poor boy ; The popular wobbly ; Portland County Jail ; Sam Hall ; Take this hammer ; Tramp! Tramp! Tramp ; When first unto this country
The blues ain't nothin'. Alberta ; All night long ; Back water blues ; Betty and Dupree ; Bottle up and go ; Brown's Ferry blues ; Cocaine Bill and Morphine Sue ; Cocaine blues ; Corinna ; Easy rider ; Evil-hearted man ; Good morning blues ; Hesitation blues ;- I know you rider ; I'm a stranger here ; Kansas City blues ; Number twelve train ; Poor man blues ; Rocks and gravel ; St. James Infirmary ; Salty dog blues ; Shorty George ; Sporting life blues ; Stealin', stealin' ; Step it up and go ; Take your fingers off it ; Talking blues ; Tell old Bill ; Things about comin' my way ; When things go wrong with you ; Worried man blues
Blow the man down : songs of sailing ships and fishermen, and sailors on the deep blue sea. Across the western ocean ; A-roving ; Blood red roses ; Blow the man down ; Blow ye winds in the morning ; Blow ye winds eesterly ; Boney was a warrior ; The bonnie ship the Diamond ; Can't you dance the polka? ; Cape Cod girls ; Coast of Peru ; Fire down below ; Greenland fisheries ; Hanging Johnny ; Haul away Joe ; Haul on the bowline ; High Barbaree ; Hieland laddie ; Home, boys, home ; Hullaballoo belay ; Jack is every inch a sailor ; Jack was every inch a sailor ; John B. sails ; Johnny Boker ; Leave her, Johnny ; The leaving of Liverpool ; Little Sally Racket ; Lowlands ; The mermaid ; Michael, row the boat ashore ; Pay me my money down ; Red iron ore ; Reuben Ranzo ; Rio Grande ; Rock about my Saro Jane ; Rock 'n' row me over ; Rolling home ; Round the Bay of Mexico ; Sacramento ; Sailing, sailing ; Sally Brown ; Santy Anno ; Shenandoah ; South Australia ; Ten thousand miles away ; Tommy's gone to Hilo ; What shall we do with a drunken sailor?
Railroaders and lumberjacks. Canada-I-O ; Casey Jones ; Engine 143 ; In the pines ; I've been workin' on the railroad ;- Jam on Gerry's Rocks ; Jay Gould's daughter ; Pat works on the railway ; The raftsmen ; Railroad Bill ; Rock Island Line ; She'll be coming round the mountain ; The Wabash Cannonball ; The wreck of the Old 97
Git along, little doggies : songs of cowboys, trail-herders, saddle tramps, and tenderfoots just from town. Blood on the saddle ; Buffalo skinners ; Bury me not on the lone prairie ; The cowboy's dream ; Doney Gal ; The gal I left behind me ; Git along, little dogies ; Goodbye old Paint ; I ride an old paint ; The old Chisholm Trail ; Ragtime Cowboy Joe ; The railroad corral ; Red River Valley ; The strawberry roan ; The streets of Laredo ; The tenderfoot ; Trail to Mexico ; Tyin' a knot in the devil's tail ; Utah Carroll ; Wake up, Jacob ; The zebra dun
The farmer is the man : songs of renters, hayseeds, sharecroppers, and workers on the land. Ballad of the boll weevil ; Dakota land ; The farmer is the man ; The hayseed ; The little old sod shanty on my claim ; The miller ; The praties ; Roberts' farm ; Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat ; Starving to death on a government claim ; Times are getting hard ; When I first came to this land ; Young man who wouldn't hoe corn
Hard-working people. Ballad of Springhill ; Banks of marble ; Bring me a little water, Sylvie ; Drill, ye tarriers, drill ; The Erie Canal ; The factory girl ; Four pence a day ; Girl of constant sorrow ; I'se the b'y ; John Henry ; Long-Line skinner ; Molly Malone ; Mule skinner blues ; Nine pound hammer ; The ox-driver ; Pay day at Coal Creek ; Pick a bake of cotton ; The squid-jiggin' ground ; Timber ; Weave room blues ; Weaver's life ; Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues ; The work of the weavers
Solidarity forever : songs of picket-lines, strikes, and union stuggles. The commonwealth of toil ; Get thee behind me, Satan ; He's a fool ; Hold the fort ; It's a good thing to join a union ; The Ludlow Massacre ; Miner's lifeguard ; The picket line song ; Raggedy ; Roll the union on ; Solidarity forever ; Talking union ; There is power ; Union maid ; Union train ; We are builing a strong union ; We pity our bosses five ; We shall not be moved ; Which side are you on? ; You gotta go down (and join the union)
I know my love : songs of true love, and not-so-true. Annie Laurie ; Banks of the roses ; Black is the color ; The cambric shirt ; Charlie is my darling ; Comin' through the rye ; The dark-eyed sailor ; Don't let your deal go down ; Down in the valley ; The first time ever I saw your face ; The foggy dew ; George Collins ; Goodbye, little Bonnie, goodbye ; Goodbye, my lover, goodbye ; Greensleeves ; Handsome Molly ; He's gone away ; I know my love ; I know where I'm going ; Jackson ; Jon Anderson, my jo (I) ; John Riley ; Katy Cline ; Lady of Carlisle ; Little Mohee ; Locks and bolts ; Love somebody, yes I do ; Mary Ann ; My Bonnie lies over the ocean ; My love is like a red, red rose ; Nelly Bly ; New River train ; Oh, dear! what can the matter be? ; Pretty Saro ; The queen of hearts ; A rich Irish lady ; Round her neck she wore a yellow ribbon ; Scarborough Fair ; Shady Grove ; She's like the swallow ; Spanish is the loving tongue ; The storms are on the ocean ; Turtle dove ; Waillie ; Wheel of fortune ; Will you go, lassie, go?
Roll in my sweet baby's arms. Blow the candles out ; Candy man blues ; The chandler's wife ; The foggy, foggy dew ; Gently Johnny, my jingalo ; Green grow the rashes, O ; It was a lover and his lass ; John Anderson, my jo (II) ; Keep my skillet good and greasy ; Lavender blue ; Little ball of yarn ; Maids, when you're young, never wed an old man ; The next market day ; Roll in my sweet baby's arms ; Sal got a meatskin ; Tom cat blues ; The trooper and the maid ; Two maids went a-milking one day ; The virgin sturgeon
They'll love you and leave you : songs of those who loved not wisely but all too well. Bell-bottomed trousers ; Beware, oh, take care ; Bucking bronco ; Careless love ; Come all you fair and tender ladies ; The cuckoo ; Dear companion ; False true love ; The girl on the greenbriar shore ; Green grow the lilacs ; I'm sad and I'm lonely ; On top of Old Smoky ; One morning in May ; Rue ; The water is wide ; Wildwood flower
Don't marry a man before you try him : songs of marriage, courtship, and the vicissitudes of matrimony. Bobby Shafto ; The bold soldier ; Cod liver oil ; Common Bill ; Eggs and marrowbone ; Everyday dirt ; The husband with no courage in him ; I had a wife ; I wish I was single again ; Johnny Todd ; The Johnson Boys ; Kansas boys ; My horses ain't hungry ; Red apple juice ; Reilly's daughter ; Risselty-rosselty ; Sally Ann ; Sally my dear ; The wagoner's lad ; Wait for the wagon ; The wee cooper of Fife ; When the iceworms nest again
Died for love : songs of broken hearts, untimely deaths, and lonesome graves. Banks of the Ohio ; Barbara Allen ; Bury me beneath the willow ; The butcher's boy ; Delia's gone ; The dowie dens of Yarrow ; Down by the Sally Gardens ; Every night when the sun goes in ; Frankie and Johnny ; I never will marry ; Lord Lovel ; Molly Brannigan ; Rosewood casket ; Sailor on the deep blue sea ; There is a tavern in the town ; Unfortunate Miss Bailey
Hard is the fortune of all womankind : housewives, betrayed lovers, and hard-working women. Dink's song ; Early one morning ; Hard, ain't it hard ; Hard is the fortune of all womankind ; House of the rising sun ; The housewife's lament ; Oh, babe, it ain't no lie ; Old maid's song ; Single girl ; When I was single
I know where I'm going: songs of women who know what they want. Aimee McPherson ; Blow away the morning dew ; Darlin' Corey ; Devilish Mary ; Don't sing love songs ; The gypsy Davey ; The handsome cabin boy ; Hangtown gals ; Katy cruel ; Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight ; Little Maggie ; Little Phoebe ; Old man in the wood ; The rebel girl ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Who's gonna shoe your pretty little foot?
Heroes and hell-raisers. Ballad of Sam Hall ; Barnyards of Delgaty ; The bastard king of England ; Billy Barlow ; Billy the Kid ; Bold Jack Donahue ; Captain Kidd ; Cole Younger ; Didn't he ramble ; Hallelujah, I'm a bum ; Jesse James ; Joe Bowers ; John Hardy ; John Peel ; Lincolnshire poacher ; MacPherson's farewell ; The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo ; Old Joe Clark ; Old Rosin the Beau ; Roll on the ground ; Rothesay, O ; Sam Bass ; Stagolee ; Steamboat Bill ; Whiskey in the jar ; The wild colonial boy
Down, Derry, Derry down : traditional ballads from England, Scotland, and the U.S. Bailiff's daughter of Islington ; The bonnie Earl of Murray ; Daily growing ; Earl Brand ; The four Maries ; The gallows pole ; Geordie ; The Golden Vanity ; The great silkie ; The gypsy rover ; Henry Martin ; The house carpenter's wife ; Lady Margaret ; The lass of Roch Royal ; Lord Bateman ; Old Bangum ; Queen Jane ; Springfield Mountain ; The three ravens ; The unquiet grave ; The wraggle-taggle gypsies ; Young Charlotte ; Young man cut down in his prime
Murder most cruel : songs of cruel mothers, jealous lovers, quarreling brothers, and other bloody ballads. The cruel mother ; Deep water ; Down in the willow garden ; Edward ; Fair Ellender ; Johnson ; Knoxville girl ; Lily of the West ; Matty Groves ; Omie Wise ; Pretty Polly ; Tom Dooley ; The two sisters
Jug of punch : songs of the joys and perils of drink. Away with rum ; Beautiful brown eyes ; Brandy leave me alone ; The Calton weaver ; Chevaliers de la table ronde ; Drunk last night ; Finnegan's wake ; Four nights drunk ; The intoxicated rat ; Johnson's ale ; The jug of punch ; Kentucky bootlegger ; Landlord fill the flowing bowl ; Little brown jug ; Moonshiner ; Mountain dew ; Real old mountain dew ; Rye whiskey ; Sweet thing ; Take a drink on me ; Tom Brown ; Vive la compagnie ; Whiskey John
There ain't no bugs on me! : fun and games and fancy nonsense. Around the corner ; Cape Ann ; A capital ship ; Chewing gum ; Clementine ; Dunderbeck ; Father's whiskers ; The hearse song ; A horse named Bill ; John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt ; Michael Finnigan ; Oh, Susanna ; Old Dan Tucker ; Once there were three fishermen ; Peter Gray ; Polly wolly doodle ; Sipping cider through a straw ; Talking nothin' ; There ain't no bugs on me ; There was an old soldier; Whoa back, Buck
In the evening by the moonlight : old favorites of home., hearth, and living room piano. The band played on ; Beautiful dreamer ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Ben Bolt ; A bicycle built for two ; Bill Bailey ; Bonny Eloise ; Darling Nelly Gray ; Drink to me only with thine eyes ; Flow gently, sweet Afton ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; Golden slippers ; Goodnight ladies ; Grandfather's clock ; Hello! my baby ; Home, sweet home ; I'll take you home again, Kathleen ; In the evening by the moonlight ; In the gloaming ; In the good old summertime ; Jeanie with the light brown hair ; Juanita ; Kathleen Mavourneen ; The last rose of summer ; A life on the ocean wave ; Listen to the mockingbird ; Loch Lomond ; Long, long ago ; Lorena ; Meet me in St. Louis, Louis ; My old Kentucky home ; My wild Irish rose ; Old folks at home ; The old oaken bucket ; The rose of Tralee ; Sally in our alley ; School days ; Seeing Nellie home ; Silver threads among the gold ; Summer is a-coming in ; Sweet Adeline ; Sweet and low ; Sweet Evelina ; Sweet Genevieve ; Wait till the sun shines, Nellie ; What a friend we have in mother ; When you and I were young, Maggie ; While strolling in the park one day ; Woodman, spare that tree
Pictures from life's other side : tear-jerkers, tragedies, and sentimental songs. After the ball is over ; A bird in a gilded cage ; The drunkard's doom ; Father, dear father, come home with me now ; The letter edged in black ; Little Joe the wrangler ; Little rosewood casket ; The man on the flying trapeze ; One fish ball ; A picture from life's other side ; She is more to be pitied than censured ; The ship that never returned ; They're moving father's grave ; The vacant chair ; Villikins and his Dinah ; When the work's all done this fall ; Where is my wandering boy tonight?
With your guns and drums : songs of soldiers, war, and peace. The blue bells of Scotland ; Bobby Campbell ; Bring 'em home ; The British Grenadiers ; Buttermilk Hill ; The Campbells are comin' ; The cruel war is raging ; The D-Day dodgers ; Dumbarton's drums ; Gee, but I want to go home ; The girl I left behind me ; Goober peas ; Hey Betty Mullin ; High Germany ; I come and stand at every door ; I just wanna stay home ; I've got to know ; Johnny, I hardly knew you ; Just before the battle, mother ; The Kerry recruit ; Mademoiselle from Armentieres ; Marching through Georgia ; The minstrel boy ; Mrs. McGrath ; Old King Cole ; Old soldiers never die ; Peggy-O ; The quartermaster store ; The riflemen at Bennington ; Study war no more ; Texas Rangers ; That crazy wall ; Weeping sad and lonely ; When Johnny comes marching home ; The yellow rose of Texas
Yankee Doodles : songs from American history. The battle cry of freedom ; The battle hymn of the republic ; Battleship of Maine ; Beans, bacon, and gravy ; Brigham Young ; Charles Guiteau ; The Constitution and the Guerriere ; The days of forty-nine ; Fair and free elections ; Franklin D. Roosevelt's back again ; Free American ; The good old rebel ; Hunters of Kentucky ; Jefferson and liberty ; Johnny Bull, my jo, John ; Lincoln and liberty ; No Irish need apply ; Old Abe Lincoln came our of the wilderness ; Tenting on the old camp ground ; Wake Nicodemus ; White House blues ; Yankee Doodle
We shall overcome : songs of struggle and liberation. Ain't gonna let nobody turn me round ; Ballad of Ho Chi Minh ; Bella ciao ; Chee lai! ; Freedom is a constant struggle ; Freiheit ; Go down Moses ; Hallelujah, I'm a-travelin' ; Hans Beimler ; I'm on my way ; The internationale ; Jarama Valley ; John Brown's body ; Joshua fought the battle of Jericho ; Keep your eyes on the prize ; The Kent State massacre ; Lift every voice and sing ; Lilli burlero ; Los cuatro generales ; A man's a man for a' that ; Many thousand gone ; La Marseillaise ; The 1913 massacre ; Oh freedom ; Peat bog soldiers ; The preacher and the slave ; Raise a ruckus tonight ; The red flag ; Scots wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled ; Shtil di nacht ; Si me quieres escribir ; Slavery chain done broke at last ; The star-spangled banner ; United front ; Venga jaleo ; Viva la Quince Brigada ; We shall overcome ; We're gonna move when the spirit says move! ; Whirlwinds of danger ; Woke up this morning with my mind on freedom ; Zog nit keynmol
Ding dong dollar, everybody holler! : a handful of topical songs of yesterday and today. The asteroid light ; Ding dong dollar ; Doctor Freud ; Go down you murderers ; Hallelujah I'm a bum (1970) ; I don't want your millions, mister ; Is this land your land? ; Little boxes ; Money is king ; Pity the down-trodden landlord ; Plastic Jesus ; Put my name down ; Round and round Hitler's grave ; Shootin' with Rasputin ; Soup song ; Venezuela ; The vicar of Bray ; What have they done to the rain?
Erin go braugh! : songs of croppy boys and bold Fenian men, of Easter rebels, and the Shan Van Vogt. Ballmurphy ; The bard of Armagh ; Bendemeer's stream ; The bold Fenian men ; Brennan on the moor ; The croppy boy ; Danny boy ; Erin go braugh! ; The harp that once thro' Tara's halls ; Johnson's motor car ; Kevin Barry ; O'Donnell Aboo ; The old orange flute ; The patriot game ; The rising of the moon ; Roddy M'Corley ; Shan Van Vight ; Wearing of the green
All over this world. À la claire fontaine ; Ach du lieber Augustin ; Adelita ; Ah! si mon moine voulait danser ; The ash grove ; Au clair de la lune ; Auprès de ma blonde ; Cielito lindo ; Coplas ; Du, du, liegst mir im Herzen ; Everybody loves Saturday night ; Guantanamera ; Hava nagila ; Hymn for nations ; The keeper ; Linstead Market ; Marching to Pretoria ; Meadowland ; Mi caballo blanco ; Moscow nights ; Muss i denn ; A new Jerusalem ; O, Canada! ; Que bonita bandera ; Ragupati ragava rajan ram ; Salangadou ; Salute to life ; Santa Lucia ; Stenka Razin ; Suliram ; Un canadien errant ; Van Dieman's Land ; Vive la canadienne ; Walking at night ; Waltzing Mathilda ; World youth song ; Zum gali gali
Folk dialogues : concerning marriage, murder, money, and most anything else. Buffalo boy ; The Cutty Wren ; Daughters, will you marry? ; Jenny Jenkins ; Lolly-too-dum ; Lord Randall ; No John ; Paper of pins ; Reuben, Reuben ; Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me? ; Tumbalalaika ; Where are you going, my good old man? ; Whistle, daughter, whistle ; Yomi, Yomi
Give me that old time religion. All God's children got shoes ; All my trials ; All the way my Saviour leads me ; Amazing grace ; Balm in Gilead ; Beulah Land ; Bringing in the sheaves ; By and by ; Can the circle be unbroken? ; Come and go with me to that land ; Deep river ; Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel? ; Dig my grave ; Don't you weep after me ; Every time I feel the spirit ; Ezekiel saw the wheel ; Farther along ; Free at last ; Get on board, little children ; Give me that old time religion ; Good news ; Great day ; Great getting up morning ; The great speckled bird ; Green grow the rushes ; He's got the whole world in his hands ; Hold on ; Hold the fort (I) ; Home in that Rock ; How can I keep from singing? ; I am a pilgrim ; I can't feel at home in this world anymore ; I couldn't hear nobody pray ; I don't want to get adjusted ; In the sweet bye and bye ; It's G-L-O-R-Y to know I'm S-A-V-E-D ; It's me, oh Lord ; Jacob's ladder ; Just a closer walk with thee ; Keep your lamp trimmed and burning ; Kum ba yah ; Let me fly ; Let us break bread together ; Life is like a mountain railroad ; Little David ; Little Moses ; Lonesome valley ; Meeting at the building ; My Lord, what a mourning ; Nearer my God to thee ; Ninety and nine ; Nobody knows the trouble I've seen ; No hiding place ; Oh, Mary don't you weep ; The old ark's a-moverin' ; The old gospel ship ; Old Hundred ; Old ship of Zion ; Onward Christian soldiers ; Revive us again ; Rock-a my soul ; Rock of ages ; Roll, Jordan, roll ; Scandalize my name ; Set down, servant ; The seven blessings of Mary ; Sinner man ; Sowing on the mountain ; Steal away ; Streets of glory ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; This little light of mine ; Twelve gates to the city ; Wade in the water ; Walk in Jerusalem, just like John ; Wayfaring stranger ; We need a whole lot more of Jesus ; We shall walk through the valley ; Were you there when they crucified my Lord? ; What a friend we have in Jesus ; When the saints go marching in ; Wondrous love ; You can dig my grave
The season of the year : songs of Christmas, Chanuke, and the New Year. Angels we have heard on high ; Auld lang syne ; Away in a manger ; Chanuke, O Chanuke ; Cherry tree carol ; Child of God ; Children, go where I send thee ; Comfort and tidings of joy ; Deck the halls ; Down in yon forest ; Duérmete, niño lindo ; The first Noel ; Go tell it on the mountain ; God rest you merry gentlemen ; Good King Wenceslas ; Hark! the herald angels sing ; The holly and the ivy ; I saw three ships come sailing in ; It's almost day ; Jingle bells ; Joy to the world ; Mary had a baby ; Masters in this hall ; Mi y'malel ; No room at the inn ; O, come, all ye faithful ; Oh, little town of Bethlehem ; Oh, Tannenbaum ; Poor little Jesus ; Rise up, shepherd, and follow ; Silent night ; Tell me what month was my Jesus born in ; The twelve days of Christmas ; Virgin Mary had one son ; Wassail song ; We wish you a merry Christmas ; What child is this?
Ha, ha, this a-way : playparties, singing games, and children's songs. Alouette ; A big ship sailing ; Bingo ; Bluebird, bluebird, fly through my window ; Buckeye Jim ; Free little bird ; Going to Boston ; The green grass grew all around ; Ha ha this a-way ; Here we go looby loo ; I had a rooster ; I sent my brown jug downtown ; Jane, Jane ; Little brass wagon ; Little Sally Walker ; The noble Duke of York ; Old MacDonald had a farm ; One more river to cross ; Paw-paw patch ; Rise and shine ; Roll over ; Shoo fly, don't bother me ; Skip to my Lou ; Sur le pont d'Avignon ; This old man ; Turn the glasses over ; Who did swallow Jonah?
Animal fair : songs of birds, beasts, bugs, big and little fishes. Aunt Rhody ; Bill Groggin's goat ; Billy Magee Magaw ; The Boothbay whale ; The bulldog on the bank ; The cat came back ; The chivalrous shark ; The Darby ram ; The fox ; Froggie went a-courtin' ; The gray goose ; Grizzly bear ; Groundhog ; Hoosen Johnny ; Leatherwing bat ; Little birdie ; Little brown dog ; Mole in the ground ; Muskrat ; Old Blue ; The old cow died ; Old dog Tray ; The old gray mare ; Old rattler ; Raccoon's got a bushy tail ; Red bird ; The sow took the measles ; The squirrel ; Stewball ; Tam Pierce
Hush little baby : lullabies, work songs for mothers, fathers, and baby-sitters. All the pretty little horses ; All through the night ; Cannily, cannily ; Dance to your daddy ; Hobo's lullaby ; Hush little baby ; Oyfn pripetshok ; Prettiest little baby in the county-o ; Riddle song ; Rock-a-bye baby ; Rozhinkes mit mandlen ; Shlof mayn kind, shlof keseyder ; Vigndig a fremd kind ; What'll we do with the baby-o?
Rounds. Ah, poor bird ; Frère Jacques ; Hava na shira ; Hey, ho, nobody home ; Kookaburra ; Music alone shall live ; Oh, Absalom, my son ; Oh, how lovely is the evening ; Row, row, row your boat ; Scotland's burning ; Shalom Aleichem ; Shalom chaverim ; Three blind mice ; Vine and fig tree ; What a grand and glorious feeling.
Popular music lyrics.
|Publisher|| New York :Oak Publications,1973
Silber, Fred, editor.
Principally English words; songs in other languages have, in part, either singing or literal English translations.
Words with chord symbols and, on pages 418-419, guitar chord diagrams.
430 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references (page 415) and index.