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Thread #169212   Message #4118438
Posted By: GerryM
01-Sep-21 - 12:55 AM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Songs/recitations/stories/poems/tunes from the 30-31 August 2021 Mudcat Worldwide Singaround, probably in the order in which they were performed. Thanks to MoorleyMan for roughly the first half of the list. "Nine Gifts" is my name for a story Robert told about a Welsh couple who wanted a son. Comments and corrections always welcome.

Little Ant
I’m in Love with the Nearest Mirror
Song for the Mira
It’s in the Last Place You Look (poem)
Matt Hyland
Dog in the Microwave (aka The Wife of Lincolnshire)
Ambletown (aka Home, Dearie, Home)
My Darling Clementine (ttto "Bread of Heaven")
The Mountain Whippoorwill (recitation)
Song of the Dog Days
I’m an Old Deckhand (takeoff on I'm an Old Cowhand?)
Cuchulainn’s Son
The Sea Maid and a reel (tunes)
If Wishes were Fishes
Old Skibbereen
I Couldn’t Exert Myself (recitation)
Maid on the Shore
Down by the Glenside (aka The Bold Fenian Men)
Take This Hammer
He’s a Cowboy
Jesus Gave Me Water
Ti-Jean and the Devil (recitation)
See No Evil
I Want to Die Easy
So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh
Lifeboat Prayer
Brindisi (in English, ttto Libiamo né lieti calici, from Verdi's La Traviata)
Refugee Blues (poem)
Didn't Leave Nobody but the Baby
Prickle Holly Bush
House of the Rising Sun
Grief (poem)
Triceratops (poem)
Mama Bake a Pie, Daddy Kill a Chicken
Leisure for Cats (poem)
Old Whitby Harbour
Hesitation Blues
Reuben Wright and Phoebe Brown
Banana Boat Song
Watching the Trains Come In
Cadgwith Anthem / Robbers' Retreat
Johnny Be Fair
False Lover Won Back (aka Bonnie Love)
And the Band Played "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda"
The Whole World is a Very Narrow Bridge (Gesher Tzar Me'od, aka Kol Haolam Kulo, in English and Hebrew)
Nine Gifts (story)
Like the Way I Do
The Red Corvette
Paramedic Rescue 101
Sunshine and Roadsides (poem)
Hurricane Blues
Newborough Beach (poem)
Garden Song and Anti-Garden Song
When Britain Really Ruled the Waves
The Good in Living