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Merritt Songs You've Never Gotten Sick Of (55* d) RE: Songs You've Never Gotten Sick Of 05 Jan 04

Either I lack discernment or have consistently great taste. When I look over my songlist I have a hard time finding a song that I don't really enjoy singing. I stopped playing & singing for about 20 years so some folks here have more history to base their selection on. Anyway, here's 20+ songs grabbed off a list of 200+ tunes that I do solo:

Any Old Time J. Rodgers
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down & Write Myself 1934
Southbound Train G. Nash
St. James Infirmary
Magdalena D. O'Keefe
The Blackbird Trad
Stormy Weather Arlen/Koehler; 1943
Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues D. O'Keefe
River Joni Mitchell
Goodnight, My Someone by Meredith Wilson; 1956
Simple Man Graham Nash
Song for the Asking Paul Simon
Save The Last Dance For Me Drifters; 1960
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Mercer/Warren 1945
Mother Nature's Son Beatles
All I Know Jimmy Webb
Careless Love trad;
Many Rivers To Cross Jimmy Cliff
Birds Neil Young
Tupelo Honey Van Morrison
Kansas City Blues Jim Jackson; 1928
Across The Universe - Lennon
It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry Dylan
My Dear Companion Jean Ritchie
Whispering Pines The Band

- Merritt

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