Irwin Silber, Fred Silber
Oak Publications, 1973 - Music - 430 pages
Probably the most compre-hensive collection of songs-1000 folk songs, work songs, old favorites, and new classics. Thirty-nine sections, each containing as many songs as can be found in some songbooks. For schools, camps, and churches. Melody line format.
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A7 Dm ain't B7 E B7 Em baby Bella ciao blow blue Bonnie boys Child Ballad Chorus Daisy Bell darling dead dear dilly drink ev'ry eyes F Bb F F C G7 F C7 F F G7 F7 Bb fair father freedom G A7 G C G G D7 G girl gone gonna green Hallelujah hand hava nagila hear heart heaven Joe Clark John John the Red Johnny kiss lady land Little brown jug live lonesome Lord lover maid marry Mary Michael Finnigan morning mother mountain never night o'er Oh Christmas tree patriot game Plastic Jesus poor pray pretty ride roll rose round sailed Sally sing Singable Translation soldier song soul Stagolee sweet tell thee There's town tree true love Tune Twas twice walk weep wife young