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Our singing country; a second volume of American ballads and folk songs,

Author: John A Lomax; Alan Lomax; Ruth Crawford Seeger; Harold William Thompson
Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co., 1941.
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Genre/Form: Music
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Our singing country.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1941
(OCoLC)891417791
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Ballads; Folk music
All Authors / Contributors: John A Lomax; Alan Lomax; Ruth Crawford Seeger; Harold William Thompson
OCLC Number: 8235985
Notes: Unacc. melodies.
Description: xxxiv, 416 p. 24 cm.
Contents: Prayer --
Adam in the garden pinnin' leaves --
Samson --
The man of Calvary --
Job --
John done saw that number --
John was a-writin' --
Dem bones --
The blood-stained banders --
God moves on the water --
God don't like it --
Soon one mornin' death come creepin' --
I feel like my time ain't long --
If I got my ticket, can I ride? --
Choose you a seat 'n' set down --
Low down chariot --
Over Jordan --
Oh, lovely appearance of death --
The Romish lady --
Keep your hands on that plow --
The little black train --
Holy Ghost --
Bonyparte --
Callahan --
Hop up, my ladies --
Ducks in the millpond --
Lynchburg Town --
Jimmy git around --
King William was King George's son --
Had a little fight in Mexico --
The bank of the Arkansas --
Ladies in the dinin' room --
You turn for sugar an' tea --
Johnnie bought a ham --
Little bird, go through my window --
Sally go round the sunshine --
Don't you like it? --
Cocky doodle doodle doo --
Kitty, kitty casket --
The wind blow east --
Biddy, biddy --
Never get a lickin' till I go down to Bimini --
Married man gonna keep your secret --
A wasp bite Nobi on her conch-eye --
Don't you hurry worry with me --
Round the Bay of Mexico --
When de whale get strike --
Dig my grave --
Mamma's gone to the mail boat --
Ol' hag, you see mammy? --
Daddy shot a bear --
Hush, li'l' baby --
Crabe dans calalou --
Mary was a red bird --
Cotton Eye Joe --
Billy Barlow --
The crooked gun --
The ram of Darby --
The lady who loved a swine --
Toll-a-winker --
The marrowbone itch --
Old Blue --
Wunst I had an old gray mare --
Hog rogues on the harricane --
Cod liver ile --
Tom Bolyn --
The bachelor's lay --
Katy Dorey --
Johnny McCardner --
Lolly too-dum --
Where have you been, my good old man? --
Jennie Jenkins --
Married me a wife --
Old shoes and leggin's --
Blue bottle --
Devilish Mary --
Do come back again --
My old true love --
Fare ye well, my darlin' --
I've rambled this country both earlye and late --
East Virginia --
Long lonesome road --
Little Bonny --
Old Bangham --
The mermaid --
Tee roo --
Sweet William --
Black Jack Davy --
The Irish lady --
The lady of Carlisle --
The lame soldier --
Willy Reilly --
John Riley --
Lily Munro --
Pretty Polly --
The Lexington murder --
The rich old lady --
Sept ans sur mer --
Blanche comme la neige --
Je caresserai la belle par amitié --
Qu'avec-vous, oui, belle blonde --
Le petit mari --
Les clefs de la prison --
Belle --
The Frenchman's ball --
The true Paddy's song --
Trench blues --
Old King Cole --
Santy Anno --
Haul away, my Rosy --
The low-down, lonesome low --
The High Barbaree --
Greenland whale fishery --
Beaver Island boys --
Dark-eyed canaller --
The Bigler --
The little brown bulls --
Moosehead Lake --
Johnny Stiles, or, The wild Mustard River --
I came to this country in 1865 --
Ox-driving song --
Yo soy de la tierra --
Git along, little dogies --
As I went a-walking one fine summer's evening --
The sporting cowboy --
Run along, you little dogies --
Texas Rangers --
Diamond Joe --
If he'd be a buckaroo --
Doney gal --
Peter Gray --
The wreck on the Somerset Road --
The White House blues --
John Henry --
Sis Joe --
Oh, roll on, babe --
As I went out for a ramble --
Way out in Idaho --
Oh, my liver and my lungs --
Down, down, down --
Pay day at Coal Creek --
The coal miner's child --
Po' farmer --
It's hard on we po' farmers --
Ain't it hard to be a right black nigger? --
Georgia Land --
Georgia boy --
Hard times in the country --
The dodger --
Cotton-mill colic --
Chilly winds --
Pass around your bottle --
Sweet thing --
Three nights drunk --
Darling Corey --
Jack o' Diamonds --
Stavin' chain --
My father gave me a lump of gold --
As I set down to play tin-can --
Little Willie's my darlin' --
Adieu to the stone walls --
We don't get no justice here in Atlanta --
The reek and the rambling blade --
When first to this country a stranger I came --
Brennan on the moor --
The wild colonial boy --
The Vance song --
The Rowan County crew --
Harvey Logan --
Dupree --
Bugger burns --
Duncan and Brady --
Batson --
Po' Laz'us --
Roustabout holler --
Trouble, trouble --
Mamma, mamma --
Go down, ol' Hannah --
Make me a garment --
Go down, you little red rising sun --
Prison moan --
Lights in the quarters burnin' mighty dim --
Eadie --
I been a bad, bad girl --
Sun gonna shine in my door some day --
The rising sun blues --
Big fat woman --
I'm a stranger here --
I'm worried now but I won't be worried long --
Lines from the blues --
Take this hammer --
Don't talk about it --
Didn' ol' John cross the water on his knees? --
Marthy had a baby --
Lord, it's all, almost done --
Ain't workin' song --
I got to roll --
You kicked and stomped and beat me --
Drive it on --
O Lawd I went up on the mountain --
Long summer day --
Godamighty drag --
Johnny, won't you ramble? --
Pauline --
Look down that lonesome road.
Responsibility: collected and compiled by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax; Ruth Crawford Seeger, music editor.

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