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Thread #169212   Message #4099196
Posted By: GerryM
25-Mar-21 - 07:05 AM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Thanks to Moorley Man for covering for me for the first hour-and-a-half. Here are the songs/poems/riddles/tunes from the 22/23 March 2021 singaround:

Ghost Riders In The Sky
The Volunteer Organist
Inconsonants (poem)
Devinhola (in Occitan; title means "riddle")
Knock a Man Down
The Soldier
Castle Garden
On The Banks Of Allan Water
2 Original Tunes in Memory of Izzy Young
Away To The Mountain's Brow
9-5 Pollution Blues
It's Good To See You
Lonely Person
Banks Of The Sweet Primroses
Bridge Guard In The Karroo
New Garden Fields
Willie o' Winsbury
Any Dirty Work Today?
Stolen Child
Mary Hamilton (aka The Four Maries)
Croppy Boy
'Illean Bithibh Sunndach (in Gaelic)
Brennan on the Moor
Ken Supiense (Ladino for Who Knows One, which is English for Echad Mi Yodea, which is Hebrew)
The Devil's Courtship
Yellow on the Broom
Spring Song
Mussels in the Corner
Wild Side of Life / It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
Going to the West
The Patriot Game
New Harmony
Michael, Row the Boat Ashore
Over the Hills and Far Away
Ballad of the Carpenter
The Foggy Dew (bachelor)
The Foggy Dew (bachelor, short)
The Moon Going Home
Moving Father's Grave
The Woodbridge Dog Disaster
Summer Sunlight
Gartan Mother's Lullaby
Swing Me
Maple Sweet
Our Favourite Things (parody of My Favorite Things)
How Will I Ever Be Simple Again
Down the Long Road
Rural Lad (poem)
Maple Syrup Time
Sweet Rose of Allandale (aka Sweet Rose of Allendale)
Je Suis Trop Jeunette (in French)
The Galway Shawl
A Whaler's Tale
My Own Dear Galway Bay
Another Train
First Lullaby (partly in French)
De Colores (in Spanish)
The Answer's Ireland
San Francisco Bay Blues
John Cherokee
Isle au Haut Lullaby
Devil Versus the Widow (aka The Widow and the Devil, aka The Widow's Promise)
Desperate Dan
Angels Come and Gather
Logie O'Buchan
Never on Sunday
The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring
Zog, Maran ("Tell Me, Marrano" in Yiddish)
The Song Goes On