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A frog went a-courting and he did ride, uh, huh! ........................    394
Ain't I gkd that the old sow's dead .....................................    428
A jolly group of cowboys, discussing plans one day..................     351
All in the scenes of winter.......................................     298
A mother had two little babes.......................................     47
And-a when I die................. .....................    438
An old miller lay on his dying bed...............................    194
A pretty fair maid all in a garden .................................    202
A rich man extra tire................ .................    147
As 1 was roaming for pleasure one day........ ...............    289
As I went down to the old depot....... . ..............      99
As 1 went out for to take a little walk..... .... ........     324
As I went out roaming for pleasure one day...........................    289
As 1 went out walking for pleasure one day . ...           .          . . 285,286,288,290
As I went to market, sir ......... ...............    175
As the king lay musing on ins bed.....................    108
A youthful young man .... .........    167
Big eyed rabbit behind the pine............. ...............     437
Black Jack Dav> came a-singing through the woods . . . . ...    110
Blow your horn and call your dogs .... . . . .........     391
Boab King was a mason....... ...................      91
Bow your head, Tom Dcx>lev . . . ..................     326
Bring it home on a peacock's feather . . . ........           3 t
Can she bake a pumpkin pie, Billy Boy, Billy Boy' .. .........     384
Chickens a-crowing in the Sourwood Mountain . .......    399
Chickens crowing on Sourwood Mountain . . . .....            400
Cindy in the summer time ... . . ...... ...........    434
Claud Allen and his dear old father          .                               ........ 316, 317, 318
Cocaine gonna run me crazy ... . . . . . ..........    440
Come, all of you young hcrcos .... .........     178
Come, all ye fair and tender ladies . . .....    257
Come, all you fair and tender ladies ..... ...............    258
Come, all young men and ladies ...           ..                      ..              . 333
< . , .........    331
Come, all young men, take warning by me...... ..............    311
Come, all you people, if you want to hear . .. ........    319
Come, all you rambling cowboys......... .......         356
Come, all you Tennesseemen . . ....... ........     349
Come, all you Texas Rangers, wherever you may be ... ......     350
Come, all you that have been in love....................    307
Come, all you young and handsome ladies .. . .. .......    259
"Come down, come down"...........             . .              . . .        137, 140
"Comedown, comedown," said the farmer to his son........ ..........    135
"Come in, come in, loving Hcncary," she said. . ...............    146
Come, listen and I'll tell you.......... ..............     225
Come, lovers all, both maid and men..... ................    149
Come on, boys, and let's go down . . ......................    388
Come, roll'round your wheel of fortune................................    261
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