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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana            375
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There was an old man lived down in the woods............................. 219
There was an old man lived on the seashore................................ 49
There was an old man who lived in the West............................... 154
There was an old soldier................................................... 353
There was an old woman, in Ireland she did dwell........................... 281
There was an old woman lived in the West.................................. 46
There was an old woman lived on the seashore.............................. 44
There was an old woman was heard to say.................................. 268
There was a rich merchant................................................. 206
There was a roaming soldier............................................... 343
There was a Romish lady.................................................. 259
There was a wealthy merchant............................................. 209
There was a young man who wouldn't hoe his corn.......................... 307
There were three crows sat on a-tree....................................53, 54
The sailor's trade is a dreary life........................................... 269
The snow was fast a-falling................................................. 305
The twelfth day of Christmas..............................*............354, 355
The wedding bells were ringing............................................. 329
Trust him not, O gentle lady............................................... 271
'T was early in the month of May.......................................... 120
JT was five long years or better since Edwin left his home................... 202
'T was in the merry month of May......................................... 114
JT was Johnnie O'Rogers, the tin-maker man............................... 318
Two little schoolmates going to school...................................55, 56
Two little sisters, fresh and gay............................................. 50
Unriddle it, Father; unriddle it, Mother..........................-.......... 66
'Way down in some lone valley or in some other place....................... 362
Way down in yonder valley................................................ 286
Welcome home, young Johnny!............................................. 189
Well met! well met! my nice young lady.................................... 142
Well met! well met! my own true love...................................... 136
Well met, well met, my own truelove...................................... 143
We've met! we've met! my own true love................................... 140
Where are you going?...................................................... 30
Where have you been dining, Lord Ronald, my son?......................... 51
Who comes here to my bedroom window?................................... 170
Who will shoe my pretty little feet?........................................ 94
Who will shoe my pretty little foot?........................................ 96
Who will shoe your pretty little feet?....................................... 93
Will ye gang to the Hielands, Leezie Lmdsay ?.............................. 135
Ye sons of Columbia, your attention I crave................................ 364
Ye sons of Columbia, your attention I do crave............................. 366
You ask what makes this darky weep...................................351, 352
Young Charlotte lived on a mountain side.................................. 184
Young Charlotte lived on the mountain side................................ 181
Young girls, if you'll listen................................................. 283
Young men and maids lend me your aids.................................... 301
Young men and maids, pray lend attention.......................,.......... 212
Young people who delight in sin............................................ 303








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