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Old Growler is dead and laid in his grave...................................    408
Old Robin is dead and laid in his grave ...................................    408
O Lord, my dear, the time draws near......................................    265
On a summer's day, when the waves were rippled............................    370
Once I courted a railroad flagsman.........................................    252
Once I had an old gray mare........................................    410
Once I knew a brisk young farmer ....................................     180
Once I knew an old, old maid ...........................................    295
One day the sun was rising high..........................................    330
One day while in a lonesome grove ......................................    268
One morning, one morning, one morning in May......................    200
One night when the wind it blew cold.....................................     372
One year ago both Jack and Joe............................................     174
On one dark and misty day two little boys went to play..................     104
On one dark and stormy night .........................................    380
On Shiloh's dark and bloody ground................................    366
On top of Old Smoky, all covered with snow ........................    273
On top Old Smoky there liys a deep snow ..............................    275
Out in the gloomy night s;tdly I nam ..................................    382
Physician of the highest rank...... ...........................     412
PoorKllen Smith..... .................................     315
Poor Jesse James .............. ..........................    323
Pretty fair miss all in the garden................... ...........    201
Pretty Polly, pretty Polly........................................    299
Pretty Polly, pretty Polly, over yonder she stands ....................      232
Remember what you told me .....................................     236
Sal got a meat skin laid away..... ..................      437
Sandy had a nice little mill........... ..............      403
She'll be coming around the mountain.......................     423
She sent her two little babes away..... ....... ..........      72
She went into a barber shop....... . ............      208
Shine, little Lulu...................................     437
Sixteen chickens scttin' on the fence ... . ...............    401
Sixteen roosters on a fence.................... .........     264
"So fare you well, my darling"........... ..............    205
Soldier, soldier, drew a-light............ ..........         188
The Arkansas Traveler, he traveled all day...................     361
The first night when I came home........ ....................     123
The judge was there and the jury too ........ .............     144
The old devil came to me one day at my plow.................      125
The old man he come home.........................     121
There is a package of pld letters.............. .... . ........         248
There lived an old lord* by the Northern Sea ....................       39
There was a bride in Ireland..................................      71
There was a dying soldier boy ................................     368
There was a fair maiden...............................................     358
There was a frog lived in a well.................................     397
There was a lady all in the garden ....................................     203
There was a little family...........................................    417
There was a little ship..............................................     128
There was a little ship and she sailed upon the sea..........................     132
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E-Book - An Annotated Compendium of Old Time American Songs by James Alverson III