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Thread #169212   Message #4103785
Posted By: GerryM
27-Apr-21 - 09:23 PM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Songs, poems and cante fables from the 26/27 April Mudcat Worldwide Singaround, probably in the order in which they were performed. Thanks to Mrrzy for roughly the first half of the list. Comments and corrections always welcome.

Ashes on the Sea
Ancient Festival of Leafblowers (poem)
And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda
Follow Me 'Ome
The Woodpecker
Filhas que Sètz a Maridar (In Occitan)
Old Cape Cod
A Tavern in the Town
In Shame
Bachelor's Complaint
J'ai Passé Devant ta Porte (in Cajun French)
The Deserter
My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose (poem)
Give Us the Vax!
In the Olden Days
A Rainy Night in Soho
Working Class Stranger
The Sailor Girl
Andy Lindon's Boathouse
Brother Noah
Jack in the Green
Cosher Bailey
The Walls Have Ears
Middle-Aged People 
Faded Coat of Blue
Beware, O Take Care
Down in the River to Pray (In Scots Gaelic)
The Female Drummer
Early Snow
The Last Trip Home
One Starry Night
L. A. Freeway
A' Bhean Iadach (Scots Gaelic cante fable) (other versions of this song are called A' Bhean Iadach, Bean Mhic a' Mhaoir, Bean Mhic a' tSaoir, Bean Ga Bàthadh, A' Bhean Ud(aí) Thall)
The Manchester Rambler
The Foggy Dew (the one about the Easter uprising)
Sew on a Sequin
Bold Thady Quill
The Old Rebel Flag in the Rear
Gracias a la Vida (in English)
Blues Run the Game
The Hair of the Widow of Bridlington
Palace Grand (aka Lady Mary)
George and the Dragon (poem)
A Sailor's Life
Leatherwing Bat (aka The Birds' Courting Song)
Mockingbird Hill
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
The Mouse's Song (cante fable, aka The Cat and the Mouse)
The One-Legged Cowboy
A Kiss for No Reason
Geese (Husy, in Czech)
Old Roger Rum (aka Hi Roger Rum [and other variations], aka The Rich Man and the Poor Man)
The Land Beyond the Blue
The Woman in Your Life
Paramedic Rescue 101
Song of Peace (to the tune of Finlandia)
Lay Down Beside Me
The Family of Woman and Man
Dark-Eyed Sailor
Anderson's Coast
Cockroach in a Folk Club
Waltzing with Bears
The Lincolnshire Poacher
Me and Bobby McGee
Some Enchanted Evening
Rolling Home to Old New England