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cetmst Songbook: American Songbag, Sandburg, online (9) Index: The NEW American Songbag (Carl Sandburg) 21 Jun 10

Carl Sandburg's New American Songbag, Broadcast Music Inc., New York:

Ain't Gonna Rain
Alaska Hahves'Moon
Another Man Done Gone
Baby in a Guinea-Blue Gown
Bonny Eloise
Bring Me On My Supper, Boys
By'm Bye
Cigarettes Will Spoil Your Life
Cold Rainy Day
Colorado Trail, The
Death, Ain't You Got No Shame?
I Could Not Find My Baby O! (Welsh Ballad)
I Don't Like No Railroad Man
I Don't Wan' to Be Buried in De Stawm
I Got a Letter From Jesus
If I Had Wings Like Nora's Dove
In De Vinter Time
Get the Money
God Save the People
God's Goin' Set This World On Fire
He Came From His Palace Grand
He's Gone Away
Horse Named Bill, The
John Adkin's Farewell
John B. Sails, The
Lily of the West, The
Lincoln Campaign Song
Love Somebody
Maid Freed From the Gallows, The
Mary Wore Three Links of Chain
New York, O What a Charming City
Now, There Once Was a Young Girl (An Irish Come-All-Ye)
Nurse Pinched the Baby, The
Old Abe Lincoln Came Out of the Wilderness
O.P.A. Ditty
Our God, Our Help
Picayune Butler
Poor Lonesome Cowboy
Poor Wayfaring Stranger
Rabble Soldier
Rolly Trudum
Sinner, Please Don't Let This Harvest Past
Sister, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
Sweet Violets
Telephone Book
Tell Irene Hello
The Wide Mizzoura
Twenty Years Ago
Way Up On Clinch Mountain
When the Curtains of Night Are Pinned Back
Where Shall I Be?
Will the United Nations Sing?
Won't It Be Wonderful After the War?
Yah-Nah-Nee (Indian Song)

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