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Songs America voted by : with the words and music that won and lost elections and influenced the democratic process

Author: Irwin Silber
Publisher: Harrisburg, Pa. : Stackpole Books, 1971.
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Genre/Form: Campaign songs
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Songs America voted by.
Harrisburg, Pa. : Stackpole Books, 1971
(OCoLC)891417965
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Irwin Silber
ISBN: 0811715728 9780811715720
OCLC Number: 293339
Notes: In part melodies with chord symbols; in part without music.
Description: 320 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: The early years (1788-1836) : from Washington to Jackson --
Tippecanoe and Tyler too : the first great singing campaign, the historic election of 1840 --
Locofocos, Whigs and Free-Soilers : war with Mexico and the great antislavery agitation --
Free speech, free soil, free men, Fremont! : the campaign of 1856 and the birth of the Republican party --
Lincoln and liberty : songs of the four-way race of 1860 and the wartime contest of 1864 --
Republicans all : the postwar era, in which Republicans win four times running --
Time for a change : the Cleveland campaigns, 1884, 1888, 1892 --
O, the people's ticket! : the farmer and labor revolts of the 1880s and 1890s --
Gold bugs and silver lions : the McKinley-Bryan campaigns of 1896 and 1900 --
Teddy, Taft and Wilson, that's all : ragtime campaigns of the early years of the twentieth century --
What a weapon is the ballot! : the singing campaigns of Prohibitionists, Socialists, and woman Suffragists --
The Republican twenties : after the war and before the depression --
The Roosevelt years : the New Deal becomes a revival --
The recent years : the presidential contests of 1948 through the present. Song index: Adams and Clay --
Adams and liberty --
Adlai's gonna win this time --
After Woodrow Wilson takes his seat --
All are ready for the fray --
All the way my saviour leads me --
Al Smith --
Al Smith for president --
America has sons to crush oppression --
American spirit --
Anti-imperialism --
Battle hymn of the Republican party --
Be good to California, Mr Wilson (California was good to you) --
Believe in Stevenson --
Ben Butler song --
Beulah land --
Bibles and beer --
B-I-Double L-Bill --
Bleached shirt --
Boatman's dance --
Bold soger boy --
Bonnie blue flag --
Boys in blue --
Brave old volunteer --
Breckenridge and Lane --
Bryan leads the way --
Buchanan and Breckenridge --
Buckeye song --
Buckle down Winsocki --
Buckle down with Nixon --
Buck shooting --
Bullet proof --
Bye-bye Landon, goodbye --
Campaign hymn of the Republic --
Campaign rally song --
Canada reserves --
Captain Grant of the black marines --
Captain Jinks of the horse marines --
Cass and Butler --
Cast your votes for Abraham --
Champagne Charley --
Charles E. Hughes, the American --
Civilize the Philippines --
Clear the track for General Weaver --
Clear the way for Harry Clay --
Cleveland is the man --
Click with Dick --
Collar and the kerchief --
Date in '48 --
Democratic song --
Democratic victory song --
De serenade --
Dey's all put on de blue --
Dixie's land --
Don't let 'em take it away --
Down in the licensed saloon --
Down the free traders --
Do ye ken F.D.? --
Do you ken John Peel? --
Election in jungle town --
Elliott, I wanna be a cap'n too! --
Empire club song --
Fainting general --
Fare you well --
Farmer Clay --
Farmer Greeley --
Farmer of Tippecanoe --
Federal constitution and liberty forever --
Fellow workers, would you know --
Female suffrage --
Few days --
Fight for the nigger --
Franklin D. Roosevelt's back again --
Freedom, freemen, fremont --
Freemen win when Lincoln leads --
Free soil chorus --
Fremont and freedom --
Full dinner pail --
General Grant's the man --
Get me to the church on time --
Get off the track --
Get on the raft with Taft --
Get out of the way --
Get out of the way, you grand old party --
Gobby-O --
God save great Washington --
Going to the polls --
Gone are the days --
Goodbye, my lover, goodbye --
Goodbye, my party, goodbye --
Good-bye Teddy, you must march! march! march! --
Good democrats --
(Good times with Hoover) better times with Al --
Go right along, Mister Wilson (and we'll all stand by you) --
Go tell Aunt Rhody --
To tell McKinley --
Go with Goldwater --
Grandfather's clock --
Grandfather's hat --
Great day --
Great Harry Clay --
Greenback ticket --
Grover's veto --
Hail the social revolution --
Hancock is coming --
Happy landin' with Landon --
Harding, you're the man for us --
Hard times --
Harrison --
Harry of the west --
Have you heard the loud alarm? --
Hayseed --
Hello, Dolly --
Hello, Lyndon --
Here comes Nixon --
He's our Al --
He's the people's choice --
Hickory tree --
High hopes (special campaign version) --
Highland muster roll --
High old Abe shall win --
Hip, hip, hurrah, Harrison! --
His grandfather's hat --
Hold the fort for Tilden --
Honest money --
Hoover for president, the hope of our nation --
Hoover is the man --
Horse and buggy ways --
How it happened (or the Jew of Lombard Street) --
Hurrah for prohibition --
Hurrah! hurrah for Grant and Wilson! --
Huzza for the railroad! --
If he's good enough for Lindy (he's good enough for me) --
I like Ike --
I'll vote for old Chippewa, too --
I'm a roaring repeater --
I'm a suffragette --
I'm just wild about Harry (campaign version) --
INdependent man --
In the sweet bye and bye --
I think we've got another Washington (and Wilson is his name) --
It is not thrown away --
It's British, you know. Jackson toast --
Jefferson and liberty --
Jefferson and liberty II --
Jimmy Polk of Tennessee --
Jingle bells --
John Bull and the free trade agitation --
John W. Davis (remember the teapot dome) --
Jordan is a hard road to travel --
Just before election, Andy --
Just wait until November --
Kansas fool --
Kansas suffrage song --
Keep cool and keep Coolidge --
Kiss yourself goodbye! --
Labor's Yankee Doodle --
Landon, oh, Landon --
Last whig song --
Latest Yankee Doodle --
Let's go with Ad-a-lai --
Liberty song --
Licensed saloon --
Lincoln and Hamlin --
Lincoln and liberty --
Line up for Bryan --
Little Mac! little Mac! you're the very man --
Little Mac shall be restored --
Little old log cabin in the lane --
Little pigs --
Little snug old white house in the lane --
Little Vanny --
Little wat ye wha's a-comin' --
Locofoco song --
Log cabin and hard cider candidate --
Look ahead, neighbor --
Lutzow's wild hunt --
McClellan is the man --
McKinley in the white house --
McKinley is the man! --
Madison, union and liberty --
Ma! ma! where's my pa? --
Marching through rum-land --
Marching with McKinley to victory --
March of freedom --
March of united labor --
March to the white house --
Martin Van of Kinderhook --
Mary Blaine --
Maryland, my Maryland --
Merrily we roll along --
Mr. Harding, we're all for you --
Mr. Hoover and Mr. Smith --
Mister Roosevelt, won't you please run again? --
Monroe is the man --
My Bonnie lies over the ocean --
My friend Franklin --
My old Kentucky home --
My party led me --
Nelly Bly --
New federal song --
New national anthem --
New roof --
New suffrage song --
Nixon is the man for me --
Nixon's the one --
No ringsters need apply --
Not for Grant --
Now I am the leader of the democracee --
Obituary for Horace Greeley --
Old Abe Lincoln come tearin' out the wilderness --
Old Black Joe --
Old folks at home --
Old King Cole --
Old Tippecanoe --
Old Zack upon the track --
On the right railroad with Roosevelt --
Our cause is marching on --
Our jubilee --
Our sailor boys at Santiago --
Our victory banner --
Our watchword --
Parker! Parker! you're the Moses who will lead us out of the wilderness --
Pay no heed to Billy Bryan --
People's inning --
People's jubilee --
People's nominee --
Picayune butler --
Plumed knight --
Political quartet --
Polk, Dallas and Texas --
Pony boy --
Pop goes the weasel --
Presidential soliloquy --
Prosperity, protection and McKinley --
Rally for old Abe --
Rall 'round the cause, boys --
Rally to the call, boys --
Red, white and blue --
Republican battle hymn --
Republican letter --
Republican rallying song --
Robert La Follette is the man of my heart --
Rough and ready --
Rough and ready (or the bold soger boy) --
Same merry-go-round --
Save the boy --
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled --
Scott and Graham --
Scott who oft to victory led --
Should brave soldiers be forgot --
Sidewalks of New York --
Silver lion came tearing out the wilderness --
Silver song --
Sixteen to one --
Soldier's vote (das soldaten stimme) --
Song made upon the election of new magistrates for this city --
Song of the sailors --
Son of liberty --
Soon we'll have the union back --
Sound money and protection --
Stand and be counted --
Stand by the flag --
Stand by the grand old party --
Stevenson, Stevenson --
Straight-out Democrat. Taft and Sherman --
Taft the leader --
Ta-ra-ra boom-de-ay --
Tavern in the town --
Taxation tyranny --
Teddy, come back --
Teddy must be king --
Tell him little Lou is dead --
That same old tune --
That's why we're voting for Roosevelt --
Then and now --
Then it's Irishmen, what are you doing? --
There are no flies on Harrison --
Tie that binds (or Jimmy is the man for us) --
Tilden and reform --
Times are sadly out of joint --
Tip and Ty --
Tippecanoe and Morton too --
Townsend plan song --
Turn the rascals out --
Two dollars a day and roast beef --
Union coming --
Union Dixie --
Union wagon --
Up with the poor --
Van Buren --
Variety --
Veteran's vote (die stimme des veteranen) --
Victory in '56 --
Vote for Nixon --
Vote for our party --
Voting for labor --
Vot vos you up to, Ungle Sam? --
Wabash cannonball --
Wait till November --
Wallace-Taylor train --
Watching o'er your freedom --
Wave high the red bandana --
Way we vote and why --
We are ready, Mac and Teddy --
We'll follow where the white plume waves --
We'll give 'em Jessie --
We'll vote for Grant again --
We're all going out to vote for Willkie --
We're bound to work all night --
We're for freedom through the land --
We're for Hoover and Curtis --
We're going to celebrate the end of the war in ragtime (be sure that Woodrow Wilson leads the band) --
We're going to keep Mr. Hoover in the White House chair --
We're madly for Adlai --
We're ready for Teddy again --
We want a man like Roosevelt --
We want none of thee --
We want Teddy for four years more --
What a friend we have in Jesus --
What a weapon is the ballot --
What's the matter with Hanna? --
When Bryan comes marching in --
When Bryan is elected --
When I was a lad --
When Teddy comes marching home --
When the Johnnies get into power --
When this old hat was new --
Where republicans must go --
White House chair --
White House tom-tit --
White man's banner --
White soldiers' song --
Who is Parker? --
Whoop it up! --
Who the hell is James K. Polk? --
Who wrecked the league of nations? --
Wide-awake Yankee-Doodle --
Wilson-that's all! --
Winning the vote --
With an honest old farmer --
Workingmen's song --
Would you rather be a Tammany tiger or a Teddy bear? --
Young Lochinvar --
You're all right, Teddy --
Your mother's gone away to join the army.
Responsibility: compiled and edited with historical notes by Irwin Silber.

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