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cetmst Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks (133* d) Index: Songs for the Millions: Flag of the Free 05 Dec 08

Must have hit a wrong key, shouldn't have had that wine with dinner.

Songs for the Millions, "Flag of the Free", No 3.
Part of paperback front page missing but copyright 1907 by J.P.McClaskey, Lancaster PA

An Excellent Friend is a Dollar or Two
A Little Farm Well Tilled (Catch)
Ah, for Wings to Soar
Alice, Where Art Thou?
All Glory, Laud and Honor
Am I Not Fondly Thine Own?
American National Songs
    Star Spangled Banner
    National Hymn
    Red, White and Blue
    God Preserve Thhe Free
    God Bless Our Native Land
As Flows the Rapid River
At the Ferry
Ave Maria (Gounod)
Awake From Sleep and Dreaming
Away With Needless Sorrow
Be Kind to the Loved Ones At Home
Blue Bells of Scotland
Bonnie Charlie
Breathings of Spring
Carol, Brothere, Carol
Children's Hosanna
Childhood Songs
    Lo, the Heavens Are Breaking
    The Flower Girl
    My Heart's Home
Christ Is Born of Maiden Fair
Christmas Is Here
Clear the Way
Come Unto Him
Come where Flowers Are Flinging
Come, Ye Disconsolate
Country Guy
Cousin Jedediah
Danube River, The
Days of Summer Glory
Daylight Is Done
Down in a Coal Mine
Dream On, Dream On
Dress a Bad Boy
Evening Hymn (John Hatton)
Eyes So Blue and Dreaming
Faded Flowers
Flag of the Free
Flee As a Bird
Flow, Rio Verde
Guadeamus Igitur
Good Cheer
Good Night
Good Thime Coming, The
Grave of Washington
Hail and Farewell
Hail the Blest Morn
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
Heart Bowed Down, The
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still
Her Bright Eyes Were Radiant Gleaming
Here's the Bower
Ho, Ho, Vacation Days Are Here
Hoe Out Your Row
Home, Can I Forget Thee?
Hours There Were
In Excelsis Gloria
In shadowland
In the West the Sun Declining
Integer VitŠ
Into the Woods My Master Went
Jesus Is Mine
Joy! Joy! Freedom Today
Joy Wait On Thy Morrow
Katy Darling
Lone Starry Hours
Longing For Spring
Love At Home
Mahogany Tree, The
Mary of Argyle
May Queen, The
Morning Red
Morning's Ruddy Beam
Never Alone
Micodemus the Slave
Mursery Songs
    Cheeks of Rose
    How Many Miles to Babyland?
    Evening's Golden Sunlight
Why Do you Weep, My Baby?
O Du Froeliche
O Thou Joyful Day
O Native Land
O Where and O Where
Oh, How Cold the Winter Weather
Ode for Decoration Day
Oft in the Stilly Night
Old House At Home
Our Flag Is There
Over the Mountain
Palms, The
Rise from Thy Mourning
Roaming o'er the Meadows
Robin Song, The
Rule, Britannia
Seasons, The
See the Glorious Orb of Day
See where the Rising Sun
Shall We Gather At the River?
She Sits Alone All Thro' the Day
She Wore a Wreath of Roses
Silence! Silence!
Sing, Gaily Sing
Slumber Songs
    Be Hushed My Dear
    Sleep, O Sleep
Song of Seven
Sound Your A
Tea in the Arbor
Tempest of the Heart
There's a Good Time Coming, Boys
Thine Eyes So Blue and Dreaming
Time Doth Pass Away
To the Praise of Truth
Touch Not the Cup
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
Trees and the Master, The
Twilight Is Falling
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Under the Willow
Waking or Sleeping
Wake, Nicodemus
Wait For the Wagon
Watch on the Rhine
Wear a Bright Smile
We Are Happy and Free
What Pleasure Folks Feel
What of Christmas Day?
When the Leaves Are Turning Brown
Whistle and Hoe
Wonderful Weaver, The
Yankee Doodle

No Google Books listing, Dec 2008

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