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Posted By: GerryM
03-Jun-21 - 05:08 AM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Songs, poems and recitations from the 31 May, 1 June 2021 Mudcat Worldwide Singaround, probably in the order in which they were performed. Thanks to Pelagie for roughly the first half of the list, and to MoorleyMan and Joe Offer and Rusty Dobro for additional information. Comments and corrections always welcome.

There's a Hole in My Bucket
Arnold (poem)
Little Golden Hair (monologue)
The Girl With The Dreamy Eyes
Guitarra en Duelo Mayor ("Guitar in Mourning Major," in Spanish)
Too Many Lakes
Freight Train
My Favorite Picture of You
Amore grande amore mio (in Italian)
Sugar in the Hold
No Man’s Land
Summer in Dublin
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out
Low Bridge, Everybody Down (aka "Fifteen Years on the Erie Canal," "Fifteen Miles on the Erie Canal," "Erie Canal Song")
South London Idler (parody of Manchester Rambler)
Cold Mountain
O Freedom
A Terceira Lamina (in Portuguese)
Do You Need Another Hand?
Draft Dodger Rag
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Bruach Na Carraige Báine ("The Edge of the White Rocks," in Irish Gaelic)
General Taylor
The Man who had the Dumb Wife
You’ve Been a Friend to Me
Darcy Farrow
The Wreck of the Dandenong
Soldier’s Joy
Annan Water
I Once Loved A Lass
The Fastest Mobile Library In the West
Freedom on the Wallaby
Dancing at Whitsun
Dancing on the Edge of Time (poem)
Beat the Retreat on Thy Drum (aka "Sam, Sam, Beat the Retreat")
Summer Wine
Bad Man's Blunder
Sweet William's Ghost
Call the Lamas
What are You Fighting For?
No Charge (poem, parody of Harlan Howard / Mabel Montgomery work of the same name)
Grandad Goes Dancing at Mayday (to the tune of Dancing at Whitsun)
Banks of the Roses
More Work for the Undertaker
Rooty Toot Toot for the Moon
Invitation to a funeral
Only Remembered (For What They've Not Done)
The Burial of Sir John Moore After Corunna (poem)
Dublin Blues
I've Been Everywhere
Young Moon's Lament (version of Yangtze River Shanty)
Send Us a Postcard
What Shall We Drink to Tonight?
The Weirdest Dream (to the tune of Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream)
Only Remembered
Buddhist Monk 1960 (recitation)
There's a Grave on the Hillside
Normandy Orchards
The Faith of Man