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Thread #82388   Message #1511441
Posted By: Muttley
28-Jun-05 - 02:44 AM
Thread Name: Cheerful Folk Songs
Subject: RE: Cheerful Folk Songs
Sorry: hit the wrong button and accidentally suffered "pre-posticulation" I'll re-do the list.

One's from the earlier posting

Drink Down The Moon
One Misty, Moisty Morning
Hail The Ball
The Railway Porter Song
Battle of New Orleans
Coat of Many Colours
King of the Road

Australian Songs:
Across the Western Plains
Billy of Tea
Blame it on the kellys
Click Go The Shears (even though I HATE this one)
Flash Jack From Gundagai (already mentioned, I think)
Gold In The Ground
Home Among The Gumtrees ('chintzy' but cheerful)
The Lachlan Tigers (Again, already mentioned, I think)
Lime Juice Tub
Aussie Barbecue (modern folk)
Poor Ned (triumphant at the end)
Ryebuck Shearer
and (if you're desperate) Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport

Banjo Patterson poems put to music:
Been There Before
It's Grand
The Man From Ironbark
Mulga Bill's Bicycle
Reverend Mullineaux

John Williamson Songs:
Big Bad Bushranger
The Budgie Song
Chain Around My Ankle
Charters Towers
Cracker Night
A Flag of our Own
Malle Boy
Old Man Emu
Station Cook
When We Were Kids
Why They Call Him Sundown
and another one called
Teach Me To Drive - but I don't have the chords for that one.