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Thread #162887   Message #3880848
Posted By: Gibb Sahib
07-Oct-17 - 04:17 PM
Thread Name: Lyr Req: Shenandoah (Fisherman's Friends)
Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Shanandoah fishermans friends version
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Dixon 1883 - mentioned above, but can probably be discarded as he was probably copying Alden 1882
For seven long years I courted Sally.
Hurrah, you rollin' river!
I courted Sally down in yon valley
Ah, ha! I'm bound away on the wild Missouri.

New York Times, Jan. 1884 -
Shanadore is my native valley,
Hurrah, rolling river,
Shanadore I love your daughters,
Ah-ha, bound away 'cross the wild Missouri.

For seven long years I courted Sally,
Seven more and I could not get her,

Seven long years I was a 'Frisco trader,
Seven more I was a Texas ranger.

Davis and Tozer 1887 -
"The Wide Missouri"i
Oh, Polly Brown, I love your daughter,
Away my rolling river!
Polly Brown, I love your daughter,
Ah! Ah! we're bound away
'Cross the wide Missouri.

Russell 1889 - "Yon rolling River" (title only)
Russell 1892 - “Shanadoah”

Boyd 1899 - "Rolling River" (title only)

Jeffery 1900 -
Oh Shanadore, I love your daughter,
Away, you rolling river!
Oh Shanadore, I long to hear you,
Across the wild Missouri.

Lubbock 1902 -
Oh, Shenadoah, I love your daughter,
Away, my rolling river!
Oh, Shenadoah, I long to hear you.
Ah! ah! We're bound away / 'Cross the wide Missouri!

Whitmarsh 1903 - "Shenandoah" (title only)

Bradford and Fagge 1904 - as in Lubbock 1902

Minster Singers of London gramophone recording, 1905 -
Labeled as "Shenandoah," it's a rendition of Bradford and Fagge

Nautical Magazine [Whall?] 1906 - "Shenandoah"
Whall/Yachting Monthly 1906 - "Shenandoah"

Gilchrist 1906 -
O, Shangadore, I love your daughter,
Aray, ye rolling river!
I love my grog much more than water,
Ah-ha-ha! I’m bound away,
‘Cross the wide Missouri.

Chamberlain 1907 -
Oh, twenty years I courted Sally,
Yo ho, ye rolling river!
And twenty more, but I didn't get her!
I'm bound away on the wild Atlantic.

Buryeson 1909 -
Shenandoah, I love your waters;
And away, you rolling river
I love your clear and rushing waters
Ah, ah, ah, we’re bound away, across the wide Missouri.

The ship sails free, a gale is blowing;
Her braces taut and sheet a-flowing.

Shenandoah, I love to hear you;
Shenandoah, I long to see you. etc

Whall 1910/1913/1920-
Missouri she’s a mighty river.
Away you rolling river.
The redskins’ camp lie on its borders.
Ah-ha I’m bound away ‘cross the wide Missouri.

Bullen 1914 -
Shanandoh, I long ter hear ye;
A way, you rolling river;
Oh Shanandoh I can’t get near ye
Ha ha! I’m bound away on the wide Missouri!

to be continued....