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Thread #169212   Message #4088991
Posted By: GerryM
20-Jan-21 - 05:52 PM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Mudcat Worldwide Singaround - On Zoom Now!!
Here's my list of songs/poems/stories/speeches that were sung/recited, in order, at the Singaround on 18/19 January 2021. Thanks as ever to Moorley Man for filling me in on the ones that came before I joined, and thanks to SPB for some corrections. I didn't get a name for Jane Nicholls story about the elephant, nor for Storm's song which I've recorded as "To Make this World a Place where All are Free". Jane Nicholls' contribution about a bus ride in wartime London was more a reminiscing than a story, I wouldn't expect it to have a title. Corrections, additions, and random wisecracks always welcome. Here you go:

Let Freedom Ring (speech)
We Shall Overcome (one verse)
When The Tees Ran Warm
Glad to Meet You, Glad to Greet You
Bridie and the Pole
Babylon is Fallen
Lee Hays monologue from The State of Arkansas
Cottage Cheese (story)
We've Come a Long Way
Ballade en Novembre (in French)
The Ploughboy's Dream
I Wish I was a Mole in the Ground
The Chevalier's Lament
If it Wasn't for the Song
Dragging the River
When I was a Lad (Allan Sherman)
Blowin' in the Wind
Ella's Song
Battle Hymn of the Republic
The Sushi Blues
The Really Strangest Dream
Common Sailors
I'll Go
Have the New Jab
Steal Away
There'll Come a Day
Your Daughters and Your Sons
Farewell to the Gold
If I Were Free
Early Snow
Rolling Home to Old New England
A Cowboy Lives
The Boy and the Elephant (?) (story)
The Bergen
We Shall Not Give Up the Fight
Stone by Stone
Tatties and Herrin'
A Man's a Man for a' That
Flowers of Bermuda
Angel from Montgomery
Can the Circle be Unbroken
Old Songs Home
To Make this World a Place where All are Free (?)
Sandwood Down to Kyle
Punch and Judy Man
Health to the Company
Lift Every Voice and Sing
Caledonia (Dougie MacLean)
Ae Fond Kiss
Snowy Breasted Pearl (in Irish and English)
Rosa Parks
Pedlar of Lidice (story)
The Quaker's Cow (story)
The Times They are a'Changin'
I Still Breathe
A Couple of Drunken Swells
Thirsty Boots
Ye Banks and Braes
The Battler's Ballad
Ballad of Maxton Field
The Valiant Soldiers, aka Marching Song of the First Arkansas Colored Regiment
Across the Great Divide
Don't Call Me Early in the Morning
Big Iron
(story about a double-decker bus in wartime London)
Gonna Take Us All
Idlers and Skivers
Java Jive
Let the Good Guys Win
Sailor's Lullaby
Three Drunken Maidens
We Shall Overcome
How Can I Keep From Singing