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Thread #37207   Message #1308403
Posted By: Wilfried Schaum
27-Oct-04 - 03:19 AM
Thread Name: 'Early One Morning' Songbook - details?
Subject: RE: 'Early One Morning' Songbook - details?
Joe - Methinks most if not all the songs are in the DT, maybe except the madrigals. I hadn't the time to check it out because the first I did this morning was to make haste to answer your question.

CONTENTS
Folk Songs: A frog would a-wooing go ; All through the night ; Autumn comes ; Black-eyed Susan ; Drink to only with thine eyes ; Early one morning ; Flowers in the valley ; Greensleeves ; I will give my love an apple ; In Dublin's fair city ; It was a maid of my country ; John Barleycorn ; Loch Lomond ; My boy Wille ; Now nature hangs her mantle green ; Now the green blade riseth ; o no, John! ; On Ilkley Moor baht 'at ; Paddy works on the railway ; Searching for lambs ; Skye boar song ; The ash grove ; The boatman ; the dumb wife ; The keeper did a-hunting go ; The old woman and the pedlar ; The old woman who swallowed a fly ; The road to the isles ; Waltzing Matilda ; Westering home ; Whisky in the jar (Kilgarry mountain) ; Who killed Cock Robin? ; Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon.
Rounds: A friend, a friend ; Adieu, sweet Amaryllis ; As I me walked ; As I went over tawny marsh ; Brighter the sun seems ; Bubbling and splashing ; Chairs to mend ; Come, buy my cherries ; Come, let us all a-maying go ; Come, let us laugh ; Come, mirth ; Dame, lend me a loaf ; Fair morn ascends ; Fie, nay, prithee, John ; Great Tom is cast ; Hark, poor bird ; Hark! The bonnie Christ Church bells ; Haste the, nymph ; Here lies a woman ; Hey ho, to the Greenwood ; How great is the pleasure ; If all be true ; It is summer ; Jack, boy, ho ; Joan, come kiss me now ; Jolly shepherd ; June, lovely June ; Kookaburra ; Let Simon's beard alone ; May does every fragrance bring ; Merrily, merrily greet the morn ; Oaken leaves ; One a penny, two a penny ; Sing with thy mouth ; Smoothly glide, thou stream of life ; Sumer is a-cumen in ; The cuckoo ; The spider and the fly ; The winter has passed ; 'Tis blithe May day ; When o'er Earth's face ; When the rosy morn appearing ; Wilt thou lend me.
Ballads: Barbara Allen ; Henry Martin ; The Dougls tragedy ; The golden vanity ; The three ravens ; The wraggle taggle gipsies ; Widdicombe Fair.
Shanties: A-roving ; Botany bay ; Rolling home ; Spanish ladies ; What shall we do with.
Spirituals and plantation songs: Blind man ; Cotton needs a-picking ; Dixie ; Go down, Moses ; Joshua fit the battle of Jericho ; My Lord, what a mourning ; Swanee river ; Swing low ; The blue-tail fly.
Madrigals: April is in my mistress' face ; It was a lover and his lass ; Now is the month of maying ; Now, o now needs must part ; Since first I saw your face ; Sweet Kate.

There must be some typing errors; pardon me.

Sing and enjoy
Wilfried