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Thread #169212   Message #4133734
Posted By: GerryM
25-Jan-22 - 03:20 AM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
I was on a plane from JFK to LAX and missed the entire singaround of 17-18 January 2022. Here's a go at listing the songs & poems that were performed, based on the chat. I'll be happy to make additions, deletions, and corrections as they come to hand.

Edit: My thanks to Felipa, MaJoC the Filk (Fermat reincarnated?), and Moorley Man for additions, deletions, and corrections.

Let Union Be
A Man's a Man for A' That
The Land (poem)
The Epitaph to the Unknown Miner (monologue)
Somewhere to Begin
Polly on the Shore (the Lester Simpson composition)
Birmingham Sunday
God Rest Ye Sober Underlings
Santy Anno
Dark-Eyed Sailor
Down in the Valley
The Ballad of Knocking Nellie
The Tailor's Breeches
The Red Hats of Ireland
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Gentle Arms of Eden
Still Scared of You
The Times they are a-Changin'
Lullaby Baby Blues
Dollymount Strand
Come by the Hills
Sink the Cheerio
Trouble in the Fields
Singing for Our Lives
Love (John Lennon)
The Gipsy Trail
The Everlasting Circle
Green Grass Grows All Around
I Once Loved a Lass (aka The False Bride)
Embraceable You
Here We Come a-Wassailing
You Shall Go Out With Joy
Dem Deer
Peace Begins in My Own Heart (ttto I am a Poor Wayfaring Stranger)
Lorna the Library Book Burglar (poem)
Which Switch is the Switch, Miss, for Ipswich? (monologue)
Way Down Low
A Frog, He Would a-Wooing Go
Little Rosewood Casket
Elizabeth Block - Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Activists
Yon Green Valley
O Sinner Man
Vine and Fig Tree (Lo Yisa Goy)
In de Vintertime
254 Shades of Gray
Songs Stay Sung
Unknown Blessings
Nowhere in a Hurry Blues
It Was Vaccination
Caught in a Circle
Don't Let Me Come Home a Stranger
Piney Wood Hills
Where Teardrops Fall
ThĂ ladhainn Thu / Dream Angus (two songs, one in Gaelic, to the same tune)
Once I had a Sweetheart
Pretty Saro
Haste Ye Back
Fathers Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Scholars
Kemo Kimo
Here is My Home
There Was an Old Soldier and He Had a Wooden Leg