By Ronald Herder
Wonderful compendium of whole lyrics for recognized people songs, hymns and spirituals, nursery songs, renowned and express tunes, and so forth. contains Oh Susanna, The conflict Hymn of the Republic, Shenandoah, Swing Low, candy Chariot, a stunning woman is sort of a Melody, thousands extra. vital for singalongs, events, family members get-togethers, and so forth.
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BARNES / M: MAURICE SCOTT (1909) I’ve Got Sixpence - BRITISH MARCHING SONG I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad) - W: WILLIAM DILLON / M: HARRY VON TILZER (1911) I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now - W: WILL M. HOUGH & FRANK R. ADAMS M: JOSEPH E. ) - W & M: BOB CARLETON (1918) J’ai du Bon Tabac - FRENCH CHILDREN’S PLAY SONG The Japanese Sandman - W: RAYMOND B. EGAN / M: RICHARD A. WHITING (1920) Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair - W & M: STEPHEN C. FOSTER (1854) Jesus Loves Me - TRADITIONAL Jim Crack Corn (The Blue Tail Fly) - W & M: F.
Save where the wreckage hath strewn the shore, Peaceful the sun doth shine … But when the wild raging storm did cease, Under the billows two hearts found peace, No more to part, no more of pain, The bell may now toll its warning in vain … [to Chorus] At a Georgia Campmeeting (A Song in Black) W & M: KERRY MILLS (1897) 1. A campmeeting took place by the colored race, ’Way down in Georgia; There were blacks large and small, lanky, lean, fat and tall, At this great black campmeeting. When church was out, how the “Sisters” did shout, They were so happy; But the young folks were tired and wished to be inspired, And hired a big brass band.
GILBERT / M: SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN Tom Dooley - AMERICAN BALLAD Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (That’s an Irish Lullaby) - W & M: JAMES ROYCE SHANNON (1913) Tourelay, Tourelay - IRISH LULLABY Toyland - W: GLEN MA c DONOUGH / M: VICTOR HERBERT The Trail of the Lonesome Pine - W: BALLARD MACDONALD / M: HARRY CARROLL (1913) Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! - W & M: GEORGE F. ROOT (1865) Turkey in the Straw (Zip Coon) - AMERICAN TRADITIONAL FIDDLE TUNE The Twelve Days of Christmas - TRADITIONAL ENGLISH Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star - W: JANE TAYLOR (1806) M: TRADITIONAL FRENCH Under the Bamboo Tree - W & M: BOB COLE & J.
500 Best-Loved Song Lyrics by Ronald Herder