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RiGGy Riggy's new CD: Nautical, Pastoral & Pub Song (15) RE: Riggy's new CD 30 Dec 02

Thank you, Chanteyranger !

[ and you, too, Seamus !! ]

Please send $15 to:
Riggy Rackin
285 Orange Blossom Lane   [ cute enough ? ]
San Rafael CA 94903

& I'll cover postage.
Soon I'll be set up with my PayPals to accept CCs
via      !!

Here's a songlist for the curious:
Wave over Wave
Written by Jim Payne
Source: John Townley
Newfie fishing life defined

23rd Of March
Source: John Roberts & Tony Barrand
My 2nd favorite song mentioning toenails

Bold Jack
Written by Charles Dibden
Source: John Townley
An enticement to join the English navy

Liverpool Packet
Source: Margaret Christl
She wants to go; so LET her !

Source: Holdstock & MacLeod
Let's all go around the Horn on this boat !

Spanish Ladies
Source: Mark Wilke
American version of famous British song.

One More Day
Source: Suzanne Friend and Out of the Rain
Delicious rock 'n roll river rowing chantey.

Good Fish Chowder
Source: Joe Hickerson
My REAL favorite song mentioning toenails!

Steeleye Span
Source: The Galley Folk Group
Never did a murder sound so pretty.

Curragh of Kildare
Source: Mick Maloney and The Johnstons
Love amid nature in Eire's horse heaven.

Source: Jack White
Lazy son wins rich wife in spite of his old man's complaining.

Home Lads Home
Words: C. Fox-Smith; Tune: Sarah Morgan
Source: David Jones
Pastoral scenes recalled from the battlefield.

Felton Lonnin   
Source: Johnny Handle
Young Geordie Cowboy sorely missed by his folks !

It's Not Yet Day
Source: The Galley Folk Group
Ah, for the love of drink !

John Barleycorn
Source: Robin Dransfield
The "cruelty free" version !

Blann's Good Ale
Source: Vic Gammon
Musical medicine makes Yankee Doodle all better.

Staying Out All Night
Written by Shari Ajemian
Lament for a lost lifestyle.

Was You Ever See ?
Source: Manfrie Wood

Merry Merry Be
Source: Derek & Dorothy Elliot
The English can sound so sad when happy !

Thanks to anyone even considering this !

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