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shipcmo Sailors' Songs or Chanties- Songbook Index (100* d) RE: Sailors' Songs or Chanties- Index 15 Apr 10


Sea Songs And Ballads from Nineteeth Century Nova Scotia, Fowke, Edith, 1981

AROUND THE WORLD AND HOME AGAIN
ARRIVING BACK AT LIVERPOOL
THE BANKS OF BRANDY WINE
THE BANKS OF NEWFOUNDLAND
THE BIG FIVE GALLON JAR
THE BLIND SAILOR
BLOW THE MAN DOWN
BOLD JACK DONAHOE
BOUND TO RIO
THE BOUNTY JUMPER
THE BRAES OF BALQUITHER
BRIGANTINE SOROCCO
THE CABIN BOY
THE CITY OF BALTIMORE
THE CUMBERLAND'S CREW
THE DESOLATE WIDDOW
FIRE IN THE FORETOP
THE FROZEN GIRL
THE GHOSTLY SAILORS
GOODBYE FARE YE WELL
HANGMAN JOHNNIE
HARBOUR GRACE
HAUL THE ALABAMA BOWLINE
ISLE OF FUGI
LAY OUT, TAKE SHEETS AND HAUL
LIVERPOOL PACKET
THE MARY
(MIND HOW YOU TRIFLE WITH A GUN)
OLD ENGLAND'S GAINED THE DAY
OLD HOSS
OLD MOTHER HEAD'S
ON THE BANKS OF NEWFOUNDLAND
ON THE BANKS OF THE SACREMENTO
ON THE PLAINS OF MEXICO
OUR FIFER BOY
THE PRIDE OF GLENCOE
THE RAMBLING IRISH MAN
ROLLING HOME TO MERRY ENGLAND
THE ROSE OF BRITAIN'S ISLE
THE ROSE OF BRITON'S ISLE
THE ROSE OF TRALEE
SAILOR'S BURIAL AT SEA
SAUER KRAUT
SAY OLD MAN
SCREWIN IN SONG
SHENANDORE
SHILOH BROWN
THE SHIP LADY SHERBROOKE
THE SHIP LADY SHEREBROOK
[THE SHOOTING STAR]
SWEET JINNY ON THE MOOR
THEN TURN OUT YOU JOLLY TARS
WALKING IN DE MIDDLE OF DE ROAD
WAY DOWN IN TENNESSEE
WE'LL PAY PADDY DOYLE FOR HIS BOOTS
WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WITH A DRUNKEN SAILOR?
WHISKEY FOR MY JOHNNIE
THE WORN OUT SAILOR


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