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shipcmo Sailors' Songs or Chanties- Songbook Index (100* d) RE: Sailors' Songs or Chanties- Index 18 Apr 10


Everyman's book of sea songs, Baker & Miall,   J.M. Dent, 1982.

Anchored
Anchor's Weigh'd , The
A-Roving
Asleep In The Deep
Bay Of Biscay, The
Benbow, The Brother Tar's Song
Black-Eyed Susan
Blow the Man Down
Blow The Wind Southerly
Bobby Shaftoe
Bristol City
Britons, Strike Home!
Clear De Track!
Constitution And The Guerriere, The
Crossing The Bar
Deathh Of Nelson, The
Drunken Sailor, The
Fire Down Below
Girls Around Cape Horn, The
Golden Vanity, The
Haul Away, Joe!
Haul The Bowlin'!
Heart Of Oak
High Barbaree
Invincable Armado, The
Johnny Come Down To Hilo
Lass Thar Loves A Sailor, The
Lifeboat Crew, The
Life On The Ocean Wave, A
Mermaid, The
Mobile Bay
Nancy Lee
Over The Harbor Bar
Pilot, The
Poor Joe, The Marine
Pull For The Shore
Rio Grande, The
Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep
Rule Brirannia
Sailor's Complaint, The
Saucy Arethusa, The
Saved From The Storm
Sea is England's Glory, The
Shenandoah
Ship I Love, The
Spanish Ladies
Stand To Your Guns!
Stormalong
Tight Little Island, The
To All You Ladies Now On Land
Tom Bowling
Tom's Gone To Hilo
True English Sailor, The
We Be Three Poor Mariners
When The Boat Comes In
Whisky Johnny
White Squall, The
Will Watch
Wreck Of The Hesperus
You Gentleman Of England.


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