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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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