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GUEST,Phil d'Conch Songbook Indexing: Calypso/Caribbean Songbooks (50) Index: Island Song Book, John & Evelyn McCutcheon 14 Feb 16

The Island Song Book : being a small collection of our favorite ballads, anthems, lullabies and dirges of this particular section of the Bahama Islands and also such other ditties as have seemed befitting by reason of their piratical, nautical or sentimental appeal. Together with several local and topical lays relating only to Treasure Island. To which is prefix'd an explanatory and historical introduction. To which is added a number of sketches and photographs illustrative of same.
Foreword by John and Evelyn McCutcheon
Privately Printed at The Chicago Tribune Tower, Jan. 15, 1927

Too Late But Nevermind
The John B. Sails
When the Saints Go Marching Home
Here We Go, Baby
Spare Me One More Year, O Lord
Old Uncle Sam
Delia Gone
Don't You Grieve After Me
I Don't Want To Be a Gambler
Down on Your Bendings
Do Aunt Nannie
Rocking Six Babies to Sleep
Titi Lend Me Your Pigeon
Breezy Hill
Mister Mosely
My Baby Come Home
Want to Go to London
Nassau Boy
So Sorry I
Ride O'er the Hills
That Old Time Religion
Don't Let the Devil Fool You
Bid You Good Night
I Got a Robe
Standing in the Need of Prayer
Alice, Where Art Thou?
That Little Green Isle in the Sea
Treasure Island
The Watch Tower
We're On the Island Now
Whaler's Chantey
The Coasts of High Barbary
Nancy Lee
His 'Eart Was True to Poll
'Neath the South Sea Moon
If It Wasn't for the 'Ouses in Between
My Love Works in a Greenhouse
Rolling Down to Rio
The Bold Fisherman
The Indifferent Mariner
The Time and the Place and the Girl
Never Take the Door Knob From the Door
O Sole Mio
Do You Here Me Calling?
A Wild, Wild Rose
The Slumber Boat
Mister Duncan MacIntosh
A Wee Deoch-an-Doris
In Einem Kuelen Grunde
Molly Dear
I've Lost My Pal
To the Debutantes of 1908
The Ballad of Abdullah Bulbul Ameer
My Gal Irene
Love's Sweet Old Song
My Word!
The Microbe's Serenade
The American Girl
Are We Almost There?
Aloha Oe
Don't Be Afraid to Come Home

Note (See also: 06 Feb 16 - 01:23 AM, above):
This index includes titles from the insert, single-sided pages (pp. 14a-c) not found in all editions.

"Canopus," "The Watch Tower," the famous "The John B. Sails" and a few other tunes are an homage to recently departed father(-in-law) Howard Van Doren Shaw (1869-1926,) a much loved and respected artist in Nassau and Chicago of that day.

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