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cetmst Cooperative Recreation Service-World Around Songs (45) Index: Songs of All Time 24 Mar 05

Songs of All time, copyright 1946, Cooperative Recreation Service. "This book is issued under the Council of Southern Mountain Workers in the interest of good recreation material in the Highland area." Forward by Olive D. Campbell, Director John C. Campbell Folk School, Basstown NC, Richard Chase, Recreation Center, Charlottesville VA and Marie Marvel, Itinerant Recreation Worker, Council of Southern Mountain Workeers, Berea KY.

Songs of All Time

Alleluia (All Creatures of Our God and King)
All Around My Hat
Barnyard Song (I Had a Cat)
Beyond the Woodland
Black is the Colour of My True Love's Hair
Brightest and Best
Chinese National Anthem
Christ Was Born in Bethlehem
Coasts of High Barbary
Cock Robin
Cuckoo, The
Darkness Is Falling
Deaf Woman's Courtship
Dear Companion
Deep in the Forest
Devil's Questions
Erie Canal
Father Grumble
Farewell, Sweet Jane
Foggy Dew
Froggy Went A-Courting
Garden Hymn
Gentle Fair Jenny
Golden Day Is Dying
Goodnight, Beloved
Go Tell It on the Mountain
Gipsy Laddie
Grasshoppers Three
Happy Plowman
Hey, Ho! Nobody Home
I Wonder When I Shall Be Married
Johnny, Come to Hilo
Jolly Ploughboy
Keeper, The
Lark in the Morn
Lazy John
Little Devils
Lord Lovel
Now Let Every Tongue
O Give Thanks
Oh, Render Thanks
Old King Quine
Old Woman and the Peddlar
One Morning in May
Paper of Pins
Pedlar, The
Pig Went Out to Dig
Praise for Bread
Pretty Saro
Riddle Song
Rose, Rose
Seeds of Love
Souling Song
Sourwood Mountain
Spanish Ladies
Suomi's Song
Tailor and the Mouse
That Cause
This Old Man
Three Sons
Tree in the Wood
Twelve Days of Christmas
Two Magicians
Two Sisters
Underneath the Forest Tree
Wife of Tone
Wondrous Love

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