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Thread #169212   Message #4119149
Posted By: GerryM
07-Sep-21 - 09:47 PM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Songs/poems/monologues/stories from the 6-7 September 2021 Mudcat Worldwide Singaround, probably in the order in which they were performed. Thanks to MoorleyMan for roughly the first half of the list. I didn't get a name for Jane's story/stories. Comments and corrections always welcome.

Galveston Flood
Last But One of the Mohicans (poem)
Crossing the Bar
Why Was I Always the Baddie?
Uppards! (monologue)
When I Go
Milk ’em in the Morning Blues
The Spotted Cow
Home, Boys, Home
A-Begging I Will Go
Housewife’s Lament
Which Side are You On?
Montredon (in Occitan)
The Vassar Hygiene Song
The Rose of the San Joaquin
Why am I Always the Bridesmaid?
The Literary Dustman
Why We Wear (version of Wild Side of Life)
O Kaimos (in Greek)
There Was an Old Miller
I’d Be a Reformer
Tolpuddle Man
The Duct Tape Madrigal
Life Passes By
White Squall
The Losing of the Farm
The Bells of Rhymney
All the Weary Mothers of the Earth
English Ale
William Brown
All Among the Barley
Aphrodite the Smelly Belly Dancer (ttto Zorba's Dance)
Accident at Bradford Colliery 1956
Brother Can You Spare a Dime
James Connolly
The Gasman Cometh
Lay Down Beside Me
Zen Gospel Singing
Johnny's Practicing Zen (ttto What Can the Matter Be?)
An Activist's Accomplishment (poem)
John Golden and the Lawrence Strike (ttto A Little Walk with Jesus)
Junk Food Junkie
Here's to You Rounders
Cloakmakers' Union
Time has Made a Change in Me
Kelly the Pirate
Chicken Cordon Blues
Now Westlin Winds
Weary Winter
Country Life
Cold Mountain
Tiny Fish for Japan
Stitch in Time
Ali: Díleachtín Gun Bhrí (in Irish Gaelic)
Mayn Ru'e Platz (in English and Yiddish)
Wasn't That a Mighty Storm (sometimes called "Galveston Flood")
Storm Presence
Hurricane Blues
How Can I Keep From Eating
Let the Mystery Be
Joe Hill
Step By Step
Poverty Knock
The Jute Mill Song
Farewell to the House
Padstow Farewell
John of Dreams