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cetmst Songbook Indexing: Oak Publications (83* d) Index: California to the New York Island (Oak) 08 Aug 07

California to the New York Island
Being a pocketfull of Brags, Blues, Bad-Men Ballads, Love Songs, Okie Laments and Children's Catcalls by Woody Guthrie

Published by The Guthrie Children's Trust Fund, New York City, Lou Gordon, Harole Leventhat, Peter Seeger, Trustees.
Sole selling agent and distributors: Oak Publications, copyright 1958 and 1960 by The Guthrie Children's Trust Fund.
Edited for publication by Irwin Silber. Music Editors: Pete Seeger, Jerry Silverman
    Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done, The
    Curly-Headed Baby
    Go to Sleep My Little Hobo
    Going Down This Dusty Old Road
    Grand Coulee Dam
    Gypsy Davy
    Hard Traveling
    I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water
    Jackhammer John
    John Hardy
    Oklahoma Hills
    Pastures of Plenty
    Philadelphia Lawyer
    Put Your Finger in the Air
    Pretty Boy Floyd
    Reuben James
    Roll On Columbia
    Round, Round Hitler's Grave
    Sleep Eye
    So Long It's Been Good to Know You
    Talking Dust Bowl
    This Land Is Your Land
    This Train Is Bound for Glory
    Union Maid
    Vigilante Man
    Wake Up
    Way Up in the Northwest

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