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cetmst Songbook Indexing: Oak Publications (83* d) Index: Clancy Bro & Tommy Makem Songbook (Oak) 10 Aug 07

The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem Song Book
copyright 1964, Tiparm Publishers, Inc.
Sole selling agent and distributor: Oak Publications, Inc.
    A Big Ship Sailing
    A Man of Double Deed
    Ahem, Ahem
    Barnyards of Delgaty
    Bold O'Donahue
    Bonny Charlie
    Brennan on the Moor
    Cobbler, The
    Courtin' in the Kitchen
    Haul Away, Joe
    I Know Who Is Sick
    I'll Tell My Ma
    Irish Rover
    Johnny McEldoo
    Johnny Todd
    Johnson's Motor Car
    Jug of Punch, The
    Kelly the Boy from Killane
    Kevin Barry
    Leaving of Liverpool
    Legion of the Reargauard
    Marie's Wedding
    Mermaid, The
    Moonshiner, The
    Mountain Dew
    My Johnny Lad
    October Winds
    Old Orange Flute, The
    Old Woman from Wexford
    Parting Glass, The
    Reilly's Daughter
    Rising of the Moon, The
    Rosin the Bow
    Row, Bullies, Row
    Shoals of Herring
    Singin' Bird
    South Australia
    Tim Finnegan's Wake
    Valley of Knockanure, The
    When I Was Single
    Wild Colonial Boy
    Will You Go, Lassie, Go ?
    Work of the Weavers, The
    Young Roddy McCorley

More recently in print as The Irish Songbook: 75 Songs, by The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, Oak Publications/Music Sales Corporation, 1979

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