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GUEST,Terry McDonald Folk clubs - what is being sung (156* d) RE: Folk clubs - what is being sung 11 Feb 08


As a regular at Wimborne Folk Club, here's what I've sung since June 2007:

William Taylor
Rounding the Horn
Constant Lovers
Sir Patrick Spens
Raggle Taggle Gypsies
Geordie
Jack Crawford
Death of Nelson
Seven Gypsies
A Place Called England
Tiree Love Song
Plains of Waterloo
Greenland Whale Fishery
Verdant Braes of Skreen
The Alabama
Captain Swing
Trees They do Grow High
Just as the Tide was Flowing
Limbo
John Barleycorn
Darcey Farrow
Johnny Todd (sic)
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard
Empty Handed
Creeping Jane
Broomfield Wager
Tom the Barber
Sweet England
Richie Storey
Lady came from Baltimore
Once I'd a Sweetheart
Pretty Saro
Somewhere in America
Out from St Leonards
Ratcliffe Highway
Clyde Water
Escape of Old John Webb
Bitter Withy
Banks of the River Grand
Eniskillen Dragoon
Blantyre Explosion
Wark of the Weavers
Last of the Great Whales
Mary and the Soldier
Sovay
Fair Flower of Northumberland
Bogie's Bonny Belle
Collier Laddie
Last of England
Roving Ploughboy
Foggy Dew
Boots of Spanish Leather
Willie Moore
Red and Gold
Lord Bateman
Darewell my Dearest Dear
Leader of the Band
Keel Row
Curragh of Kildare
Joseph Baker
All Round my Hat
Oh No John

I've song a few of the above twice during this period.


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