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“Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive
(Mister In-Between)”
Across the Great Divide
Africa
Agnes on the Cowcatcher
Always
Amazing Grace
Amelia’s Waltz
American Pie
Angel Band
Angels We Have Heard On High
Another Train
Ash Groove
Ashokan Farewell
At Seventeen
Barn Raising
Bed is Too Small
Bless the Beasts & the Children
Boatman’s Cure, The
Bog Down in the Valley-O, The
Bonny Pit Laddie, The
Bosold
Bramble and the Rose,The
Bread & Roses
Bright Morning Stars Are Rising
Brother Can You Spare A Dime?
Buffalo Gals
Caledonia
Chariots
Child of Mine
Christmas in the Trenches
Coal Tattoo
Come Sing a Song With Me
Cotton Mill Girls
Daddy, What’s a Train?
Darcy Farrow
Daughters of Feminists
De Halve Maen
Delaware Canal
Desperation (One Last Time)
Devil & The Farmer’s Wife, The
Dona Nobis Pacem
Every Time I Feel the Spirit
Falls of Richmond
Farthest Field
Feet of a Dancer
Fire on the Mountain
Flushed From the Bathroom of Your Heart
Follow That Road
Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night, The
Garden Song, The
Gentleness in Living, The
Georgia on My Mind
Gloucester Old Spot Pig
Goodnight Irene
Grafted Into the Army
Grandma’s Battlecry
Great Storm is Over, The
Greensleeves
Hail Smiling Morn
Hand Over Hand
Happy Adoption Day
Hard Times Come Again No More
Heart Of Gold
Heartsease
Here Comes the Sun
Here’s a Health to the Company
Hermit Bird
Hobo’s Lullaby
Hoe Ana
Hollow Flute, The
Homeward Bound
House of the Rising Sun
How Can I Keep From Singing?
I Bid You Goodnight
I Like Mountain Music
I Love How You Love Me
I Only Have Eyes For You
I Ride an Old Paint
I’ll Fly Away
If a Tree Falls
If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)
If You Love Me (Really Love Me)
Imagine
In My Life
In the Kind Land
It’s a Pleasure to Know You
It’s Better Than That
Jefferson & Liberty
John o’ Dreams
Just Like You
Keep on the Sunny Side
Kentucky Waltz
Kindergarten Wall
K-K-K-Katy
Knox Wetland Jig
La Mer
Last Night I had the Strangest Dream
Leave the Porch Light On
Leaves to the Woodland, The
Light a Light
Little Potato
Long Black Veil
Lord of the Dance
Lord of the Starfields
Mairi’s Wedding
Mandalay
Mary Ellen Carter
Millbrook
Moi Mes Soulier
Moonlight in Vermont
Mountain Air
Moving Day
Mr. Bojangles
Mr. Tambourine Man
My Lady of Autumn
New Jerusalem
None But the Rain
Now Westlin Winds
October Roses
Old Cape Cod
Old Green Sweater
Old Songs Home
Packrat Blues
Part of Me Remembers
Parting Song
Pastime With Good Company
Pedlar of Songs
Poor Kitty Popcorn (The Soldier’s Pet)
Quarry Cross
Rainy Day Blues
Ramblin’ Boy
Red River Valley
Reel in the Flickering Light
Remember Me
Ripple
River
River That Flows Both Ways
Robber’s Song, The
Roseville Fair, The
Routine, The
Rubber Blubber Whale
Same Rain
Scotland the Brave
Shalom Chaverim
Shenendoah
Simple Gifts
Sing We Noel (Sing We Nowell)
Sir Patrick Spens
Snowblind
Solidarity Forever
Someone to Watch Over Me
Somewhere over the Rainbow
Song for the Mira
Song of Peace (Finlandia)
Spencer the Rover
St. Anne’s Reel
Star of the County Down
Stonecutter, The
Streets of London
Susquehanna
Sweet Lorraine
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Telling Takes Me Home, The
Ten Thousand Charms
Tenderly
Tenting Tonight on the Old Campground
Thanksgiving Eve
There but for Fortune
This is the Day
This Land is Your Land
Time in a Bottle
Tramp on the Street
Tumbalalaika
Turn Around
Turn, Turn, Turn
Turning Toward the Morning
Union Maid
Upon a Summer’s Day
Waiting for the Light
Walter
Waltzing With Bears
Water is Wide, The
Waterbound
We are Going Down The Valley
We Shall Overcome
When All Men Sing
When I’m Gone
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
Why am I Painting the Living Room?
Wild Mountain Thyme
Wild Wind
Will the Circle be Unbroken
Willie’s Lady
Witch Hazel
Wizard’s Walk
Wondrous Love
Would you like to learn to Dance?
Yan Petit
Yellow Rose of Texas
You Are My Sunshine
You Gotta Talk My Language
You Needed Me
You Took Advantage of Me
You’ve Got a Friend


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