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Thread #169212   Message #4200373
Posted By: GerryM
03-Apr-24 - 10:37 PM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Songs, poems, recitations, monologues, and recitative from the Mudcat Worldwide Zoom singaround of 1/2 April 2024, in the order in which they were presented. Thanks to Moorley Man for the data. Corrections and comments always welcome.

Regretting what I Said
'Twas on One April Morning
A Dish Best Served Cold (poem)
The Full English (poem)
You Don't Speak For Me (recited)
Spring Season Teaser (poem)
Long Long Time
The Bitter Withy
Said Judas to Mary
The Ship, the Sea and the Olive Tree (poem)
Father Forgive Them
Peter Cottontail
La noiriƧa ("The Nurse", in Occitan)
The Water is Wide
Alfie (monologue)
Nine Times a Night
A Thousand Years
Open Up Your Eyes
The Doctor
Edward (aka My Son David, Henry, What Put the Blood; guinea pig version)
Jesus Gave Me Water
Degree-of-Freedom Blues
Philosopher's Woes (poem)
Eddie Baker's Muckspreader
And the Band Played "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" (ttto And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda)
Are You Still Alive, Are You There Inside?
Isle au Haut Lullaby
I Can Hew
Christ lag in Todesbanden ("Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death", in German)
Christ Arose
Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu, aka Salaam (sung in Hebrew)
Singin' in the Rain
Daniel chapters 1 to 3 (recitative)
The Loneliest is Man
Zen Gospel Singing
Just Like a Woman
A Day Out of Time (poem)
The Ballad of the White Seal Maid (recited)
Confessions of a Song Writer (recited)
You Can Close Your Eyes
Lord of the Dance (uses tune of Simple Gifts)
An Easter Shanty (ttto Boney was a Warrior)
Walking to Compostela (poem)
A Froggy Would A-Wooing Go
The Streets of Baltimore
Medley: Red River Valley, Red River Valley square dance calls
Foolish Questions
I'll Fly Away
A Million Dreams
Their Brains Were Small and They Died
The Grey Funnel Line
Copshawholme Fair
The Plan (poem)
How Can I Keep From Swinging? (ttto How Can I Keep From Singing)
Last Words (sung ttto Rosin the Bow)
Lu Y'hi ("Let it Be", in Hebrew and in English)
All I Have to Do is Dream
Walk Right In
Peter Cottontail
Bright Blue Rose
If I Were Free
Lay Down Beside Me
The Flower Carol (tune later used for Good King Wenceslas)