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ABC Song (Fragment) sung by Neal Morris
Admonition sung by Orville McInturff
Ain't That a Witness #1 sung by Gus Mahon
Ain't That a Witness #2 sung by Gus Mahon
Al Bowen sung by Mrs. Almeda Riddle
Alabam sung by Uncle Bob Stark
Alice Mitchell and Freddy Ward sung by Mrs. Grace Hastings
Alice Mitchell and Freddy Ward sung by Mrs. Myron Scruggs
All Around Those Old Black Stumps sung by Zona Everett
All On the Tongo Island sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Allen Bane sung by Almeda Riddle
Along Erin's Green Shore (One Evening So Late) sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Angels Watching Over Me sung by unknown
Arise, My Soul, Arise sung by W.P. Detherow
Arkansas Traveler performed by Matt Darnell
As Down in the Valley sung by Joseph A. Chadwick
Away to the West the Blue Goose Flew Played by Joe Craft

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Babes in the Wood sung by Mrs. Claude Collie
Babes in the Wood sung by Mrs. Lon Jones
Babes in the Woods sung by Mrs. Martin
Baby Boy sung by Gus Mahon
Baby, Six Months Ain't Long #1 Played by Joe Craft
Baby, Six Months Ain't Long #2 Played by Joe Craft
The Bachelor's Song (I Married Me a Wife; The Holly Twig; Willow Green) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
The Bachelor's Song (I Married Me a Wife; The Holly Twig; Willow Green) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
The Bachelor's Song sung by Thomas Wilson Watley
Bad Companions sung by Owen Harvell
Baggage Coach Ahead sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Ballstown sung by unknown artist
Banjo played by Bookmiller Shannon and Debbie (?)
Banjo tunes played by Carlos Shannon
The Banks of the Yarrow #1 sung by Almeda Riddle
The Banks of the Yarrow #2 sung by Almeda Riddle
Barbara Allen (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Barbara Allen #1 (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Fleecy Fox
Barbara Allen #2 (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Fleecy Fox
Barbara Allen (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Barbara Allen (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Barbara Ellen #1 (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Barbara Ellen #2 (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Barbry Allen (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Jimmy Driftwood
Barbry Allen (Bonny Barbara Allan) sung by Gus Mahon
Barney McCoy sung by Almeda Riddle
The Barnum Show sung by Dorothy Stuart
The Battle of New Orleans sung by Jimmy Driftwood
Battle of Prairie Grove #1 (Prairie Grove) sung by Sara Jo Fendley
Battle of Prairie Grove #2 (Prairie Grove) sung by Sara Jo Fendley
Battle Moses sung by Jimmy Driftwood and Neal Morris
Battleship Maine (Once I Had a Sweetheart; My Sweetheart Went Down With the Maine) sung by Mrs. Myron Scruggs
Beautiful Brown Eyes sung by Roberta and Bob Blair
Beautiful Home (Lord, I Want to Join) sung by Orville McInturff
Ben Duberry's Final Run sung by Otis Spradling
The Best Old Fiddle (Cotton-Eyed Joe) sung by W.P. Detherow
Between You and Me and the Gatepost sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Beyond the Dark Sea sung by W.P. Detherow
Big Chief Love Kickapoo Maiden sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
Billie Barnes (State of Arkansas; Arkansas Traveler) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Billy Boy sung by W.T. Jernigan
Billy Goat sung by Mrs. Martin
The Billy Goat Was Feeling Fine (The Billy Goat) sung by Robbie Martin
Billy Yank and Johnny Reb sung by Jimmy Driftwood
The Birmingham Jail (Down in the Valley) sung by Earl Blair
Black-Eyed Susie #1 Played by Joe Craft
Black-Eyed Susie #2 Played by Joe Craft
Black-Eyed Susie #3 Played by Joe Craft
Black Jack Davy (The Gypsy Davy; The Gypsy Laddie) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Black Jack Davy #1 (The Gypsy Laddie; The Gypsy Davy) sung by Fleecy Fox
Black Jack Davy #2 (The Gypsy Laddie; The Gypsy Davy) sung by Fleecy Fox
Black Jack Davy (The Gypsy Davy; The Gypsy Laddie) sung by Ray Johnson
The Black Snake Moan sung by Seth Mize
Black Them Boots sung by W.P. Detherow
Black Them Boots sung by Jack Escue
Black Them Boots sung by James Clifton Ferrell
The Blackest Crow #1 (I Love You Well) sung by Fleecy Fox
The Blackest Crow #2 (I Love You Well) sung by Fleecy Fox
The Blind Child (The Blind Girl) sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
The Blind Child (The Blind Girl) sung by Mrs. Alberta Felts
The Blind Child (The Blind Girl) sung by Irmadene Finch
The Blind Child (The Blind Girl) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Blood of the Old Red Rooster (Edward; What Blood on the Point of Your Knife?) sung by Irmadene Finch
The Blood on his Shirt Sleeve sung by Almeda Riddle
Blow Gentle Winds sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Blowin' in the Wind sung by unknown
Boil Them Cabbage Down sung by Leman James
Boll Weevil sung by Hallie Ormand
Bonnie Lass of Five-e-o (Pretty Peggy O) sung by Norman Kennedy
Booger Boo #1 Played by Joe Craft
Booger Boo #2 Played by Joe Craft
The Boy That Burned at Berryville sung by Neal Morris
The Boy That Burned in Berryville Jail sung by Fred High
The Bramble Briar (The Jealous Brothers) sung by Mrs. Joan Arnold Hays
Breakfast (story) told by W.P. Detherow
Breast O'Glass sung by Neal Morris
Brennan on the Moor sung by Neal Morris
Bright-Eyed Little Nell of Narragansett Bay sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Brother Green sung by Ollie Gilbert
Brown Eyes sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Brown Eyes sung by Miles A. Jones
The Brown Girl (Lord Thomas and Fair Annet) #1 sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
The Brown Girl (Lord Thomas and Fair Annet) #2 sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
The Brown Girl and Fair Ellenter (Lord Thomas and Fair Annet; The Brown Girl) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Buckskin Bag of Gold sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne
Buckskin Pants (story) told by W.P. Detherow
Buena Vista #1 (The Battle of Vicksburg) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Buena Vista #2 (The Battle of Vicksburg) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Buffalo Girls sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
Buffalo Gals sung by Gus Mahon
Bulldog on the Bank (Pharaoh's Daughter) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Bury Me Beneath the Willow (The Weeping Willow) sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Bury Me Beneath the Willow (The Weeping Willow) sung by Almeda Riddle
Bury Me Not sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
The Burying Ground (The Old Church Yard) sung by Uncle John J. Ballentine
But You Don't Know Me sung by Mrs. Mary Belle Young
The Butcher Boy sung by Almeda Riddle
Butcher's Boy (The Butcher Boy) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse

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California Joe sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Cambric Shirt (Impossibilities; The Elfin Knight) sung by Mrs. Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Can't Hear Nobody Pray sung by W.P. Detherow
Can't You Hear Them Wolves A-Howling? sung by Bud Cash and Labe Hall
Carroll County Blues by George T. Jones, Matt Darnell, and Ernest Bruce
Carry Me Down to the Burying Ground sung by Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Goforth
Carry Me, Indian sung by John Harrell
Casey Jones #1 Played by Joe Craft
Casey Jones #2 Played by Joe Craft
The Cat Came Back sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
The Cat Came Back sung by John Harrell
Cat Come Back (The Cat Came Back) sung by Orville McInturff
A Charge to Keep I Have sung by W.P. Detherow
Charley Brooks sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Charley Brooks sung by Almeda Riddle
Charming Billy (Billy Boy) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Chase the Buffalo (Shoot the Buffalo) sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Chewing Gum (Fond of Chewing Gum) #1 sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Chewing Gum (Fond of Chewing Gum) #2 sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Chi-Manero sung by Mrs. Alfred Overholzer
Chicken in the Bread Pan sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Chinese Breakdown by George T. Jones and Matt Darnell
A Christian Home in Glory sung by W.P. Detherow
Coffee Grows (Four in the Middle) sung by Jack Escue
Coffee Grows (Four in the Middle; Coffee Grows on White Oak Trees) by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Coffee Grows on White Oak Trees (Four in the Middle) sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Coffee Grows on White Oak Trees (Four in the Middle) sung by W.P. Detherow
Cole Younger sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Cole Younger sung by Ollie Gilbert
Cole Younger #1 sung by Oscar Gilbert
Cole Younger #2 sung by Oscar Gilbert
Cole Younger sung by Robert B. Stark
Cole Younger #1 sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Cole Younger #2 sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Come All You #1 sung by Ollie Gilbert
Come All You #2 sung by Ollie Gilbert
Come All You Fair and Pretty Maidens (You Fair and Pretty Ladies; Little Sparrow) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Come All You Western Cowboys #1 (Come All Ye Lonesome Cowboys) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Come All You Western Cowboys #2 (Come All Ye Lonesome Cowboys) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Come All You Western Cowboys #3 (Come All Ye Lonesome Cowboys) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Come, All You Young and Jolly Lads (The Horse at Freeman's Door; Harrison Town) sung by Berry Sutterfield
Come All You Young Roving Boys (Wild Rovers) by Mr. & Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Come All Young Girls of a Ramblin' Nature (The Rambling Beauty) #1 sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Come All Young Girls of a Rambling Nature (The Rambling Beauty) #2 sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Come, Angel Band sung by W.P. Detherow
Come, Come, Little Bird sung by Mrs. Bowen Stuart
Come Thou Fount (I Will Arise) sung by Bud Cash and Labe Hall
Companions, Draw Nigh sung by W.P. Detherow
Consolation is Rolling Free sung by W.P. Detherow
Cotton Eye Joe sung by Gus Mahon
Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray sung by Unknown
Counting Out Nine (Rhyme) sung by Jewel Latham
The Cowboy (The Dallas County Jail) sung by R.B. Stark
Cowboy Jack sung by B.F. Anderson
The Cowboy Song (Come All Ye Lonesome Cowboys) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Creole Girl (Lake of Pontchartrain) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Cripple Creek #1 Played by Joe Craft
Cripple Creek #2 Played by Joe Craft
Cripple Creek sung by Sara Jo Fendley
Cripple Creek sung by Johnny Mitchum
Crossing Jordan sung by W.P. Detherow
Cumby-Yah sung by Unknown
Custer's Last Charge (The Last Fierce Charge) sung by J. Don Stark

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Daddy Sent Me Here A-Courting (The Courting Song) sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
Damn Yankee Lad sung by Billy Griffith
Dance Music played by Charlie Richmond
Daniel Prayed sung by Ollie Gilbert
Darling Black Mustache (The Little Black Mustache) sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne
The Day is Past and Gone sung by Uncle John J. Ballentine
Dear Brother Green (Brother Green) sung by Mrs. Alfred Overholzer
Dear Sweetheart (Sailor's Plea) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Dear Sweetheart sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
The Death of Floyd Collins (Floyd Collins) sung by Mary Ginger
The Death of the Mill Boy (Little Johnny Lee) by Mrs. Ben F. Johnson
Detroit City sung by Unknown
Devilish Mary sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Dick and John sung by Seth Mize
Dine's Got a Wooden Leg sung by W.P. Detherow
Dishes Is to Wash Played by Joe Craft
The Diver Boy (Young Edmond Dell; Young Edwin in the Lowlands Low) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
Do Not Trust Him, Gentle Maiden (Gypsy's Warning) sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Dog Song Played by Joe Craft
Dollar Dollar (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Dollo sung by W.P. Detherow
Dona, Dona, Dona sung by Girls' Trio
Down by the Garden Wall sung by Earl Blair
Down by the Old Cherry Orchard sung by W.T. (Tuce) Jernigan
Down in the Willow Garden #1 (Rose Connally) sung by Fleecy Fox
Down in the Willow Garden #2 (Rose Connally) sung by Fleecy Fox
Down the River sung by Cora Warner Rich
The Dream of a Miner's Child sung by Loyd Richardson
Drink Her Down sung by Jewel Hawkins
The Drowning of the Heber Springs Boy by Owen Harvell
The Drowning of the Heber Springs Boy sung by Myrtle Verser and Alma Parrott
The Drummer Boy sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Drummer Boy of Shiloh sung by A.C. McGouyrk
The Drummer Boy of Waterloo (Young Edward) sung by A.C. McGouyrk
Drunkard's Child sung by Almeda Riddle
Drunkard's Child sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
The Drunkard's Doom (Don't Go Out Tonight, My Darling) sung by Mrs. Milbrey Finch
The Drunkard's Dream sung by W.P. Detherow
The Drunkard's Dream sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
The Drunkard's Dream sung by Dorothy Stuart
The Drunkard's Hell sung by Roberta and Bob Blair
The Drunkard's Hell sung by Mrs. Annie Belle Lowry Hays
Drunkard's Son's Plea sung by Almeda Riddle
The Dying Californian sung by Berry Sutterfield
The Dying Cowboy (The Cowboy's Lament; The Unfortunate Rake) sung by Mrs. Barnes
The Dying Cowboy (Oh, Bury Me not on the Lone Prairie; The Ocean Burial; The Lone Prairie) sung by Roberta and Bob Blair
The Dying Cowboy (The Cowboy's Lament; The Unfortunate Rake) sung by W.P. Detherow
The Dying Cowboy (A Jolly Group of Cowboys) sung by Mrs. Joan Arnold Hays
The Dying Engineer sung by Earl Blair
Dying Girl's Message sung by Almeda Riddle
Dying Girl's Warning (Wicked Polly) sung by Mrs. Joan Arnold Hays
The Dying Nun sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
The Dying Ranger (The Cowboy's Lament; The Unfortunate Rake) sung by Jewel Hawkins
The Dying Ranger (The Dying Cowboy) sung by A.C. McGouyrk
The Dying Ranger (The Dying Cowboy) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Dying Soldier to his Mother sung by Ollie Gilbert

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Eighth of January played by Unknown
Engine Number Five (I Stepped Out This Morning) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Eula Wall (Lula Walls) sung by Neal Morris
The Export Girl (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
The Export Girl (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Fleecy Fox
The Export Girl (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Jewel Hawkins
The Export Girl (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Julie Powell
The Export Girl (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Export Town (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Fleecy Fox
Export Town (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Lowell Harness
Express Office sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford

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Fallen Leaf (Falling Leaf) sung by Mrs. Maggie Dawn
False Love (You Fair and Pretty Ladies; Little Sparrow) sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
The Family Who Lived in Bethany (There Was a Little Family; The Little Family) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
Far Back in my Childhood sung by Mrs. Ben F. Johnson
Fare Thee Well, My Blue-Eyed Girl #1 Played by Joe Craft
Fare Thee Well, My Blue-Eyed Girl #2 Played by Joe Craft
Farewell, I Think I Love You Yet sung by Mrs. Myron Scruggs
The Farmer in the Dell sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
The Farmer's Boy sung by Mrs. Ben Johnson
The Farmer's Curst Wife (The Old Man Under the Hill) sung by Jewel Hawkins
Fatal Wedding Night (The Fatal Wedding) sung by Mrs. Barnes
Fatal Wedding Night (The Fatal Wedding) sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne
Father, Dear Father (Father, Dear Father, Come Home With Me Now) sung by Dorothy Stuart
Fathers, I Love Jesus sung by W.P. Detherow
Fed My Horse sung by John Harrell
Fiddle Tunes by Matt Darnell
Fiddle Tunes by Mulkey Kent
Fiddle Tunes by Seth Mize
More Fiddle Tunes by Seth Mize
Fire on the Mountain by George T. Jones, Matt Darnell, and Ernest Bruce
Fishermaids sung by James Clifton Ferrell
The Fit's On Me Now sung by Berry Sutterfield
Flitting, Flitting Away sung by Mr. F.E. Ash
Floella (Florella; The Jealous Lover) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Floella (Florella; The Jealous Lover) sung by Almeda Riddle
Fodder (The Turnip Patch) sung by Mrs. Mills Gammill
Fond Affection (The Broken Heart) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Footprints in the Snow sung by Neal Morris
Forsaken (Inconstant Lover) sung by W.P. Detherow
Forty Years Ago sung by W.T. Jernigan
Four and Twenty Blackbirds sung by Jewel Hawkins
Four Fiddle Tunes by Absie Morrison
Four in the Middle sung by Mr. Dot Metcalf
The Four Marys #1 sung by Almeda Riddle
The Four Marys #2 sung by Almeda Riddle
The Fox and the Goose (The Fox Walked Out) sung by Mrs. Claude Collie
The Fox and the Goose (The Fox Walked Out) sung by Mrs. Lon Jones
Frankie and Johnny (Frankie and Albert) sung by B.F.Anderson
Frankie Was a Good Girl (Frankie and Johnny; Frankie and Albert) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Free A Little Bird (On the Banks of the Old Tennessee; Kitty Kline) sung by W.P. Detherow
The Frog and the Mouse (Kitty Alone) sung by Mrs. Claude Collie
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Tommy Treap
Frog Went Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by W.T. Jernigan
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Unknown
Frog Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Mrs. Mary Belle Young
Froggie Went A-Courting #1 (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
Froggie Went A-Courting #2 (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
Froggie Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Mrs. Alfred Overholzer
Froggie Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Loyd Richardson
Froggie Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Almeda Riddle
Froggy Went A-Courting (The Frog's Courtship) sung by Jimmy Driftwood
Fuller and Warren sung by R.B. Stark

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Gaelic Songs sung by Norman Kennedy
A Gallant Ship Was Sinking sung by Graham Ferrill
The Gallows Tree (Hold Your Hands, Old Man; The Maid Freed From the Gallows) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Gambling Man (The Guerilla Man; The Journeyman) sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Gambling Man (The Guerrilla Man; The Journeyman) sung by Almeda Riddle
Gambling on the Sabbath Day sung by J.D. Stark
Gentle Annie sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
George Collins sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Get Along Home, Cindy sung by Lowell Harness
Get Along Home, Cindy played by unknown
Get Along, Little Dogies sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Ghost Riders sung by James Clifton Ferrell
The Girl I Left Behind (The False-Hearted Lover) sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
The Girl I Left Behind (The False-Hearted Lover) sung by Robert B. Stark
The Girl I Left Behind sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
The Girl I Left Behind Me sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
The Girl I Left Behind Me sung by W.P. Detherow
The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee sung by Almeda Riddle
Girl On Train (Going For a Pardon) sung by Mrs. Joan Arnold Hays
Glory Hallelujah sung by Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Goforth
Go Home sung by Unknown
Go Preaching Through the Wilderness #1 sung by Oscar Gilbert
Go Preaching Through the Wilderness #2 sung by Oscar Gilbert
Go Tell Aunt Rhody (Go Tell Aunt Patsy) sung by Mrs. Mary Belle Young
Go Tell Aunt Rosie (Go Tell Aunt Rhody; Go Tell Aunt Patsy) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Go Where I Send You sung by the Southernaires of Black
Going Down this Road Feeling Bad sung by Unknown
Going Down to be Baptized sung by W.P. Detherow
Going Down To Rowser (We'll All Go Down to Rowser's) sung by W.P. Detherow
Gold China Tree (The Lowland Sea; The Lowlands Low; The Sweet Trinity; The Golden Vanity) sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Golden Willow Tree (I Dreamed of My True Lover) sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Golden Willow Tree #1 (The Sweet Trinity; The Lowlands Low; The Golden Vanity) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Golden Willow Tree #2 (The Sweet Trinity; The Lowlands Low; The Golden Vanity) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Golden Willow Tree #3 (The Sweet Trinity; The Lowlands Low; The Golden Vanity) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Golden Willow Tree #4 (The Sweet Trinity; The Lowlands Low; The Golden Vanity) sung by Almeda Riddle
Gone to Live always sung by W.P. Detherow
Good Morning (Nightingale Song; One Morning in May) sung by Tom L. Goforth
Goodbye, Liza Jane (Liza Jane) sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Goodbye, Liza Jane (Liza Jane) sung by W.P. Detherow
Goodbye Liza Jane sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Goodbye to the Stepstone (The Old Stepstone) sung by Neal Morris
Got On a Train and I Paid No Fare sung by W.P. Detherow
Grandfather's Clock sung by Mrs. Mary Belle Young
Great Courthouse (The Prisoner at the Bar) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
The Great Speckled Bird sung by unknown artist
The Great Titanic sung by Seth Mize
Green Corn (I'll Meet You in the Evening) sung by Sara Jo Fendley
Green Corn (I'll Meet You in the Evening) sung by Fleecy Fox
Green Corn (I'll Meet You in the Evening) by Benson and Fleecy Fox
Green Corn (I'll Meet You in the Evening) sung by Lowell Harness
Green Corn (I'll Meet You in the Evening) sung by John Harrell
Green Gravel sung by Almeda Riddle
Green Grow the Lilacs (The Orange and Blue; Red, White, and Blue; Green Grows the Laurel) sung by Unknown
Groundhog (The Groundhog Song) sung by Lowell Harness
The Gypsy's Warning sung by Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Ash
The Gypsy's Warning #1 sung by Roberta and Bob Blair
The Gypsy's Warning #2 sung by Roberta and Bob Blair


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Handwriting on the Wall sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Hangman, Slacken (The Maid Freed From the Gallows; Hold Your Hands, Old Man) sung by Almeda Riddle
Hangman (Hold Your Hands, Old Man; The Maid Freed from the Gallows) sung by Almeda Riddle
Happy Little Home in Arkansas sung by Dorothy Stuart
The Happy Sailor sung by unknown artist
Hard Is the Fortune sung by Berry Sutterfield
Hard is the Fortune sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Hard Times (Saturday Night; Courting the Widow's Daughter) by Thomas Wilson Watley
Hark from the Tomb sung by W.P. Detherow
Harmonica Tunes played by F.E. Ash
He Knows (My Blessed Savior Knows) sung by Unknown
Heist Those Windows sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Hell Among the Yearlings by Seth Mize
Hello Central sung by W.P. Burke
Henry Glenn (Henry Green) sung by Almeda Riddle
Hi Jim Along Josie sung by Mr. F.E. Ash
Hi Jim Along Josie (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
History of Fred High's Life with Fred High
Hobo John Played by Joe Craft
Hog Rovers sung by Mrs. Barnes
Hoist Those Windows (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
A Home in Glory sung by W.P Detherow
Hoodling Song sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Hook and Line #1 Played by Joe Craft
Hook and Line #2 Played by Joe Craft
The Horse at Freeman's Door (Harrison Town) sung by Mr. & Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
House Carpenter (James Harris) sung by Fred High
The House Carpenter #1 (James Harris) sung by Almeda Riddle
The House Carpenter #2 (James Harris) sung by Almeda Riddle
The House Carpenter #3 (James Harris) sung by Almeda Riddle
The House Carpenter #4 (James Harris) sung by Almeda Riddle
Hurrah, the Day is Come sung by Mrs. W.L Deal
Hush T'Boo-La sung by Norman Kennedy
Hush Up, Baby sung by John Harrell, Nancy Ruth, and Harrell Vocham

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I Am Bound for the Promised Land sung by Unknown
I Believe in Being Ready sung by W.P. Detherow
I Bought a Cat (I Bought Me a Rooster; Barnyard Song) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
I Can't Stay Away sung by W.P. Detherow
I Courted a Shy Little Miss sung by Jewel Hawkins
I Have a Father on the Other Shore sung by Orville McInturff
I Have Read the Bible sung by Seth Mize
I Long to Lie, Dear Mother #1 sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
I Long to Lie, Dear Mother #2 sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
I Long to Lie, Dear Mother #1 sung by Neal Morris
I Long to Lie, Dear Mother #2 sung by Neal Morris
I Love Little Willy sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
I Love My Little Rooster sung by Almeda Riddle
I Love To Think of My Dear Old Home sung by unknown artist
I Love You Just the Same (Ragged Newsboy) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
I Met a Girl in Detroit City sung by Seth Mize
I Met a Little Elf Man Once sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
I Sat Alone at Midnight Hour sung by Zona Everett
I Traced Her Little Footprints in the Snow sung by Ollie Gilbert
I Was Standing at My Window (Can the Circle Be Unbroken?) sung by Gus Mahon
I Went to See the Barnum Show sung by Mrs. Bowen Stuart
I Went Up on the Mountain to Get a Load of Pine Played by Joe Craft
I Wish I Was Single Again (When I Was Single) sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
I'll Be All Smiles Tonight sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
I'll Give to You My Watch and Chain sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
I'll Never Get Drunk Any More (Oh, Once I Had a Fortune) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
I'll Railroad No More sung by W.P. Detherow
I'll Sing You a Song (Pretty White Rose) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
I'll Sing You a Song sung by Fred High
I'm a Jolly Farmer sung by ? Treat
I'm a Poor Old Bachelor sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
I'm Going Away to the Indian Nation sung by Seth Mize
I'm Going to the Shucking (De Shuckin ob de Corn) sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
I'm Gonna Sing When the Spirit Says Sing sung by Boys' Quartet
I'm Gonna Work Until My Days Are Done sung by Mulkey Kent
I'm in Love With Two (Two Sweethearts) sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Ise Gwine Down to Rhody's sung by J.A. Latham
I've Listed in the Holy War sung by Orville McInturff
Ida Red Played by Joe Craft
Idumea (And Am I Born to Die) sung by Orville McInturff
Impossibilities #1 (Cambric Shirt; The Elfin Knight) sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Impossibilities #2 (Cambric Shirt; The Elfin Knight) sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
In a Little Village Churchyard (My Mother's Grave) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
In Love With Two (Two Sweethearts) sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
In My Room sung by Unknown
In the Jailhouse Now sung by Otis Spradling
In the Shadow of the Pine sung by Mrs. Alice Holland and Mrs. Violet Broyles
In the Shadow of the Pines sung by Mrs. Bowen Stuart
Indian Children sung by Fred High
Indiana Hoedown sung by W.P. Detherow
Instrumentals played by unknown artists
Interview and Songs with Clayton Freeman
Interview with Ernest Neill #1
Interview with Ernest Neill #2
Interview with Mrs. Garrott
Interview with John Harrell
Interview with Almeda Riddle
Interview with Bookmiller Shannon
Invitation Song sung by W.P. Detherow
The Irish Girl sung by Mrs. Arimintie Sutton
It Was in the Year of '83 sung by Seth Mize

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J.H. Stanton sung by Jewel Hawkins
Jack and Joe sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Jack and Joe (Give My Love to Nellie) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Jack and Joe sung by Lowell Harness
Jack and Joe sung by W.T. Jernigan
Jealous Brothers (The Bramble Brier) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Jealous Lover (Florella) sung by Mrs. Grace Hastings
Jeff Davis Rides a Gray Horse sung by Oscar Gilbert
Jenk Jenkins (I'll Never Wear the Red Any More; Jennie Jenkins) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
Jenny Get Around #1 Played by Joe Craft
Jenny Get Around #2 Played by Joe Craft
Jesse James #1 sung by Almeda Riddle
Jesse James #2 sung by Almeda Riddle
Jesse James #3 sung by Almeda Riddle
Jesse James #4 sung by Almeda Riddle
Jesus Grant Us All a Blessing sung by Orville McInturff
Jesus Loves Me sung by Katherine Diane Reed
Jesus My All sung by W.P. Detherow
Jim and Sambo sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
Joe Bowers sung by W.P. Detherow
Joe Bowers sung by Fred High
Joe Turner sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
John Hart Played by Joe Craft
John Henry #1 Played by Joe Craft
John Henry #2 Played by Joe Craft
John Holland (John Hardy) sung by Almeda Riddle
Johnny Booger (Mister Booger) sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Johnny Booger (Mister Booger) sung by John Harrell
Johnny Randolph (Lord Randal) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Jolly Soldier sung by Seth Mize
Jolly Was the Miller (The Miller Boy) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Jonah and the Whale sung by Almeda Riddle
Joseph Looney sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Journey Home sung by W.P. Detherow
The Judge and the Jury (The Prisoner at the Bar) sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Jump Josie (Four in the Middle) sung by W.P. Detherow
Just a Lonely Cowboy #1 sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Just a Lonely Cowboy #2 sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Just as Good as Gold sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Just A-Wearying for You sung by Mrs. Mary Belle Young
Just Look at the People sung by The Southernaires of Black
Just Tread on the Tail O'Me Coat sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple

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Kaiser Bill sung by Seth Mize
Kicking Mule sung by Hallie Ormand
King Bibber's Army sung by Neal Morris
King William Was King James's Son sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
King William Was King James's Son sung by W.P. Detherow
King William Was King James's Sonsung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Kiss and Make Up sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Kitty Clyde sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Kitty Wells #1 sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Kitty Wells #2 sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Kitty Wells sung by Neal Morris
Kitty Wells sung by Almeda Riddle
The Knoxville Girl (The Noel Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Oxford Girl) sung by Roberta and Bob Blair
Kookaburra sung by Unknown Artist

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La La La Chick La Leo sung by Virginia Dillon and Brenda Sue Riddle
Ladies Rocking sung by W.P. Detherow
Lady Gay (The Wife of Usher's Well; The Three Little Babes) sung by Mrs. Will Grandma
Lady Gay (Three Little Babes; The Wife of Usher's Well) sung by Mrs. Mattie James
Lady Gay (Three Little Babes; The Wife of Usher's Well) sung by Almeda Riddle
Lady Margaret (Fair Margaret and Sweet William) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Lady Margaret (Fair Margaret and Sweet William) sung by Jewel Hawkins
Lady Margaret (Fair Margaret and Sweet William) sung by Almeda Riddle
Lady Margaret (Fair Margaret and Sweet William) sung by Mrs. Arimintie Sutton
The Lady Who Lived in the West Country (The Wife of Usher's Well; The Three Little Babes) sung by Fred High
Lass of Loch Royal (True Love's Farewell; The False True-Lover) sung by Neal Morris
Last Saturday Evening I Rambled Out Late (Last Friday Evening) sung by J.A. Latham
Late One Evening (The Jealous Brothers; The Bramble Brier) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
The Lazy Man (The Lazy Young Man) sung by J.A. Latham
Lead Up Two and Balance Four (Play Party) sung by Mrs. Hattie Gilmore and Mrs. Martha Huddleston
Lee Mills sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Lee Mills and Will Hardin sung by Ollie Gilbert
Let's Go Down to Jordan sung by W.P. Detherow
Letter Edged in Black sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
The Life of a Flower sung by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holland
The Lightning Express (Please, Mr. Conductor) sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
The Lightning Express (Please, Mr. Conductor) sung by W.P. Burke
Lily of the West #1 sung by Lowell Harness
Lily of the West #2 sung by Lowell Harness
Little Benny (Father, Dear Father, Come Home With Me Now) sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
Little Boy in Green sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Little Boy, Where'd You Get Your Britches sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Little Brown Jug Played by Joe Craft
Little Brown Jug sung by Lowell Harness
Little Brown Jug sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
The Little Crippled Girl sung by Mrs. Alberta Felts
The Little Family sung by Ollie Gilbert
Little Gypsy Girl sung by Mrs. Ben Johnson
Little Joe (Darling Little Joe) sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Little Joe (Darling Little Joe) sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
Little Joe (Keep Tiger for Me; Darling Little Joe) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Little Johnny Lee sung by Mrs. Ben Johnson
Little Johnny Lee sung by Ray Johnson
Little Kitty sung by Dorothy Stuart
Little Log Cabin in the Lane sung by Gus Mahon
Little Lona (Poor Oma Wise; Poor Naomi) sung by Almeda Riddle
Little Mathy Groves (Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard) sung by Mrs. Clyde Baker
Little Mohea (The Pretty Mohee) sung by Lowell Harness
The Little Mohee (The Pretty Mohee; Little Mohea) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
The Little Mohee (The Pretty Mohee; Little Mohea) sung by W.P. Detherow
The Little Mohee (The Pretty Mohee; Little Mohea) sung by Kenneth Harber
The Little Mohee (The Pretty Mohee; Little Mohea) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
The Little Mohee (The Pretty Mohee; Little Mohea) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Little Norma (Poor Oma Wise; Poor Naomi) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Little Pink Played by Joe Craft
The Little Princess sung by Mary Ginger
Little Redbird in the Tree sung by Mary Ford
Little Rooster sung by Almeda Riddle
Little Willow Green sung by Ollie Gilbert
Lonely Wanderer sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Lonesome Dove (Lonely Turtledove; The Lass of Roch Royal; The False True-Lover; Oh Who Will Shoe My Foot?) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Lonesome Dove sung by J. Don Stark
Lonesome Turtledove sung by Almeda Riddle
Long Corn Dodger (We're All Dodging) sung by Neal Morris
Longest Way Round sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Looking For a Sweetheart sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Lord Batesman (Young Beichan) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
The Lord Got a Hold on Me sung by The Southernaires of Black
Lord, I Care Not for Riches sung by Ollie Gilbert
Lord, I Want More Religion sung by Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Goforth
Lord Lovel #1 sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
Lord Lovel #2 sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
Lord Randall (Johnny Randolph) sung by Jimmy Driftwood
Lord Randall (Johnny Randolph) sung by Almeda Riddle
Lord Ullen's Daughter sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
The Lord's Prayer sung by Florence Wolf
Louise sung by J.A. Latham
Louisville Burglar (Fragment) sung by J.D. Stark
The Louisville Burglar sung by Unknown
Loupy Lou (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
A Lover's Lament (The Silver Dagger) sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
A Loving Husband sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Lula Walls Played by Joe Craft

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Madge sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Madge sung by Floyd Holland
Maiden Ruth sung by Mrs. Myron Scruggs
Mama, Buy Me a Chiny Doll #1 sung by Almeda Riddle
Mama, Buy Me a Chiny Doll #2 sung by Almeda Riddle
The Man Who Wouldn't Hoe His Corn (The Lazy Young Man) sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
Marching 'Round the Levee (Round and Round the Levee; In and Out the Window) sung by W.P. Detherow
Marching Round the Lovie (Round and Round the Levee; In and Out the Window) sung by W.T. Jernigan
Mary Don't You Weep (Pharaoh's Army) sung by The Southernaires of Black
Mary, Martha, and Lazarus (The Little Family) sung by Fred High
Mary O' the Wild Moor #1 (The Wild Moor) sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
Mary O' the Wild Moor #2 (The Wild Moor) sung by Mrs. T.F. Guthrie
Mary O' the Wild Moor (The Wild Moor) sung by Mrs. Jim Hagwood
May I Sleep In Your Barn? (Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight?) sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight, Mister? sung by Roland Taylor
Medley sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Meet Me Over There sung by Mrs. Alberta Felts
Melindy Cindy sung by Neal Morris
Merchant's Daughter (Romish Lady; Death of a Romish Lady) sung by Joseph Chadwick
The Merrimack sung by Almeda Riddle
Mildred, My Darling sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Miller Boy (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
The Miller Boy sung by Jack Escue
The Miller's Will (There Was an Old Miller; The Miller and His Three Sons) sung by J.D. Stark
Minister's Farewell sung by Orville McInturff
Miss Nancy Brown sung by Jimmy McGaughy
The Model Church sung by Mrs. Ben F. Johnson
Molly Bann #1 (Molly Vaughn, Molly Bawn) sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Molly Bann #2 (Molly Vaughn; Molly Bawn) sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Molly Bell (Lord Lovel) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Molly Brooks (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Molly Hare Played by Joe Craft
Moses in the Bulrushes sung by Jimmy Driftwood and Neal Morris
Moses Smote the Water #1 (Old Moses Smote de Waters) sung by W.P. Detherow
Moses Smote the Water #2 (Old Moses Smote de Waters) sung by W.P. Detherow
Mother, the Queen of My Heart sung by George T. Jones
Mother Was a Lady sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
Mountain Dew Played by Joe Craft
Mountain Dew sung by Lowell Harness
A Mountain Dream (Original Poem) recited by W.P. Burke
Mr. Sleepyman sung by Mary Ginger
Mrs. Murphy's Chowder sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Must Have Been the Hand of the Lord sung by Regina Stark
My Airship sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
My Blackbird Is Gone sung by Jimmy Driftwood
My Father's Gone to View that Land sung by Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Goforth
My Happy Little Home in Arkansas sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
My Happy Little Home in Arkansas sung by Berry Sutterfield
My Hopes Have Departed Forever sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne
My Love Is But a Shepherd Lad sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
My Name is Charles Guiteau (Charles Guiteau) sung by Almeda Riddle
My Name is Sanford Barnes (The State of Arkansas; Arkansas Traveler (II); Bill Stafford) sung by Mrs. Bowen Stuart
My Old Beaver Cap (The Beaver Cap) sung by Loy E. Foust
My Old Brown Coat and Me (The Old Brown Coat) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
My Old Buddy sung by Seth Mize
My Old Cottage Home sung by R.B. Stark
My Parents Raised Me Tenderly (The Girl I Left Behind Me; The False-Hearted Lover) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
My Ship Is On the Ocean sung by W.P. Detherow
My Son John sung by Fleecy Fox

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Nashville Blues sung by Seth Mize
Needle's Eye sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
Needle's Eye sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin, et al
Never Grow Old sung by Ollie Gilbert
Nigger Crap Game sung by Earl Blair
The Nightingale (One Morning in May) sung by Neal Morris
The Nightingale (One Morning in May) sung by Neal Morris
The Nightingale Song (One Morning in May; The Nightingale) sung by James Clifton Ferrell
The Nightingale Song (One Morning in May; The Nightingale) sung by Jewel Hawkins
The Nightingale Song (One Morning in May; The Nightingale) sung by Ricky and Marionette Johnson
The Nightingale Song (One Morning in May; The Nightingale) sung by Seth Mize
The Nightingale Song (One Morning in May; The Nightingale) sung by Almeda Riddle
Nishy Had a Mater #1 (Cherokee Hymn) sung by Almeda Riddle
Nishy Had a Mater #2 (Cherokee Hymn) sung by Almeda Riddle
Nishy #3 (Cherokee Hymn) sung by Almeda Riddle
No Room at the Inn sung by The Southernaires of Black
No Sir (Oh No, John) sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne
No Use Knocking sung by W.P. Detherow
Noble Skewball sung by Neal Morris
Nobody's Darling (I'm Nobody's Darling on Earth) sung by W.P. Detherow

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Oft Times We Weary sung by W.P. Detherow
Oh Fathers, Will You Meet Me sung by Orville McInturff
Oh, I Want to See Him sung by Ollie Gilbert
Oh, Job sung by Bertha ?
Oh, Sally sung by W.P. Detherow
Oh, That Gal (The Girl I Left Behind Me) sung by Jack Escue
Oh, Turn Sinner, Turn sung by W.P Detherow
Old and Only in the Way sung by Stanley W. Duncan
Old Bill Cheetum played by Johnny Mitchum
The Old Brass Wagon sung by W.P. Detherow
The Old Coal Mine sung by Seth Mize
The Old Cross Road sung by Ollie Gilbert
Old Dan Tucker (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Old Dan Tucker sung by Otis Spradling
Old Dan Tucker sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
The Old Ellum Tree (The Old Elm Tree) sung by Almeda Riddle
Old Elm Tree sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Old Father Grimes (Old Grimes Is Dead) sung by W.T. Jernigan
The Old Gray Goose Come Sailing Home sung by W.P. Detherow
Old Grimes is Dead (Old Father Grimes) sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Old Grumble Is Dead (Old Bumpy; Old Grumbler) sung by Bonnie McGaughy
Old Jim Lane (Old General Lane) sung by W.P Detherow
Old Jim Lane (Old General Lane; Sad Station) sung by Mrs. Lon Jones
Old Joe Clark #1 sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Old Joe Clark #2 sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Old Joe Clark Played by Benson Fox
Ole Joe Clark #1 Played by Joe Craft
Ole Joe Clark #2 Played by Joe Craft
Old Joe Clark sung by Gus Mahon
Old Man Duff sung by Stanley W. Duncan
Old Man Who Lived in the Woods (Father Grumble) sung by Mrs. Alfred Overholzer
The Old Miller sung by W.P. Detherow
Old Rosin the Beau (Old Rosin the Bow) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Old Shep sung by Greg Moody
Old Uncle Ned (Uncle Ned) sung by W.P. Detherow
Old Woman All Skin and Bones sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
The Old Woman's Complaint (Poem) by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Old Zippy Coon sung by W.P. Detherow
Ole Dan Tucker sung by Jack Escue
On Jordan's Stormy Banks sung by W.P. Detherow
On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand sung by W.P. Detherow
On the Banks of Sweet Bandee (On the Banks of Sweet Dundee) sung by Berry Sutterfield
On the Banks of the Lonely River (Ten Thousand Miles Away) sung by W.P. Detherow
On the Banks of the Old Pontchartrain sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
On the Banks of the Wabash sung by Floyd Holland
On Top of Old Smokey (Old Smoky) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Once I Courted a Lady Beauty Bride (The Beauty, Beauty Bride; Charming Beauty Bright) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
Once I Had a Sweetheart (My Sweetheart Went Down With the Maine; The Battleship Maine) sung by Mrs. Barnes
Once I Had a Sweetheart sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Once I Had a Sweetheart sung by Almeda Riddle
Once There Was a Little Boy sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Once There Was a Little Kitty sung by Mrs. Bowen Stuart
Once There Was a Pretty Chicken (Poem) recited by Mrs. Barnes
Only a Rosebud #1 sung by Dorothy Stuart
Only a Rosebud #2 sung by Dorothy Stuart
Ooh-Wah-Wah sung by John Harrell
An Original Poem recited by Rhoda Coleman
Orphan Child sung by Jewel Hawkins
The Orphan Girl (The Orphan Child) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Orphan Left Alone (The Orphan) sung by W.P. Detherow
Out Goes Jumbo Through The Window (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Over Jordan sung by W.P. Detherow
The Oxford Girl #1 (The Noel Girl; The Knoxville Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Export Girl) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Oxford Girl #2 (The Noel Girl; The Knoxville Girl; The Lexington Murder; The Export Girl) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Ozark Mountains composed and sung by W.P. Burke

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Paddy, Won't You Drink Some? sung by Sara Jo Fendley
Pass It On by Dorothy Stuart
Passing Policeman (The Lost Child) sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Peace, Peace sung by Unknown
Pearl Bryan (Pearl Bright; Pearl Bryant) sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Peek-a-boo sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
A Picture From Life's Other Side #1 sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
A Picture From Life's Other Side #2 sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Pig in the Parlor sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Piggy in the Pen #1 Played by Joe Craft
Piggy in the Pen #2 Played by Joe Craft
Plant Sweet Flowers on My Grave sung by Ollie Gilbert
Play for the Lights to Go Out sung by Seth Mize
Playmates sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Please, Mama, Please Stay Home with Me sung by Ollie Gilbert
Pleyel's Hymn sung by unknown artist
Poem recited by Almeda Riddle
The Poisoned Wife (McFee's Confession) sung by Robert B. Stark
Pompasmasher sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Poor Ellen Smith #1 Played by Joe Craft
Poor Ellen Smith #2 Played by Joe Craft
Poor Married Man sung by A.C. McGouyrk
A Poor Orphan Left Alone (The Orphan) sung by Mrs. Tom L. Goforth
Poor Wayfaring Stranger sung by Almeda Riddle
The Preacher and the Bear sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
The Preacher and the Bear sung by W.P. Burke
The Preacher and the Bear sung by Lowell Harness
Preaching in the Wilderness sung by Ollie Gilbert
Pretty Golden Queen (Rise Ye Up; Lady Isabel; Lady Isabel and the Elf-Knight) sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Pretty Little White Rose sung by Neal Morris
Pretty Molly #1 (Pretty Polly) sung by Mrs. Virgil Lane
Pretty Molly #2 (Pretty Polly) sung by Mrs. Virgil Lane
Pretty Polly #1 Played by Joe Craft
Pretty Polly #2 Played by Joe Craft
Pretty Polly #3 Played by Joe Craft
Pretty Polly (Rye Whiskey) sung by W.P. Detherow
Pretty Polly (Polly Oliver) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
Pretty Polly (My Horses Ain't Hungry; Texas Cowboy; The Wagoner's Lad) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Pretty Polly Ann (Lady Isabel and the Elf-Knight) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Pretty White Rose sung by Mrs. Sherman Rutherford
The Prisoner at the Bar sung by Roberta and Bob Blair
The Prisoner at the Bar sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Pull For the Shore sung by W.T. Jernigan
Put My Little Shoes Away sung by Ollie Gilbert
Put My Little Shoes Away sung by Mrs. Alice Isringhouse
Put My Little Shoes Away sung by Neal Morris
Putting on the Style sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple

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Quary, Quary (Counting Out Song) by Mrs. W.B. Apple
Quill Blowing by Uncle John. J. Ballantine

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Rabbit Stole the Punkin sung by James Clifton Ferrell
The Raccoon's Tail (Kitty, Caint You Come Along, Too?; The Raccoon Has a Bushy Tail) sung by W.P. Detherow
Rattlesnake Song (Springfield Mountain) sung by W.P Detherow
Rattlesnake Song #1 (Springfield Mountain) sung by Zona Everett
Rattlesnake Song #2 (Springfield Mountain) sung by Zona Everett
Rattlesnake Song (Mowing Song; Springfield Mountain) sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Rattlesnake Song (Springfield Mountain) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Rebel Song #1 sung by Mr. Berry Sutterfield
The Rebel Song #2 sung by Mr. Berry Sutterfield
Red River Shore (The Valiant Soldier; New River Shore) sung by Thomas Wilson Watley
Religion Makes Me Happy #1 sung by W.P. Detherow
Religion Makes Me Happy #2 sung by W.P .Detherow
The Rich Lady (Pretty Sally of London; A Brave Irish Lady) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Rich Lady #1 (Pretty Sally of London; A Brave Irish Lady) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Rich Lady #2 (Pretty Sally of London; A Brave Irish Lady) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Rich Lady #3 (Pretty Sally of London; A Brave Irish Lady) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
The Rich Man (Story) sung by W.P. Detherow
Rig Jag sung by John Harrell
The Road to Dundee sung by Norman Kennedy
Robe of White sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Robin Sang in the Linden Tree sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Roll the Tater sung by Benson and Fleecy Fox
Rome County sung by Almeda Riddle
The Romish Lady (Death of a Romish Lady) sung by Almeda Riddle
Rosewood Casket (The Little Rosewood Casket) sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Rosewood Casket (The Little Rosewood Casket) sung by Mrs. Hattie Gilmore and Mrs. Martha Huddleston
Rosin Gum #1 sung by Lowell Harness
Rosin Gum #2 sung by Lowell Harness
Rosin the Bow (Old Rosin the Beau) sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Rough and Rowdy Boys (Wild Rovers) sung by Ollie Gilbert
Round and Round the Levee (In and Out the Window) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
The Roving Gambler Played by Joe Craft
The Roving Gambler #1 (The Guerrilla Man; The Journeyman; The Guerrilla Boy) sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Roving Gambler #2 (The Guerrilla Man; The Journeyman; The Guerrilla Boy) sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Roving Gambler (The Guerilla Man; The Journeyman) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Run Here, Molly Played by Joe Craft
Run, Nigger, Run sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Rye Whiskey Played by Joe Craft
Rye Whiskey #1 (Rye Whiskey, Rye Whiskey) sung by Lowell Harness
Rye Whiskey #2 (Rye Whiskey, Rye Whiskey) sung by Lowell Harness

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Sally Goodin sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
Sally Goodin #1 sung by Lowell Harness
Sally Goodin #2 sung by Lowell Harness
Sally Sailsworth (A Brave Irish Lady; Pretty Sally of London) sung by Jewel Hawkins
Sam Bass (Young Sam Bass) sung by A.C. McGouyrk
Sam Bass (Young Sam Bass) sung by Mrs. Peel
Sanford Barnes (The State of Arkansas; Arkansas Traveler (II); Bill Stafford) sung by Dorothy Stuart
Sardis sung by unknown artist
Sashay Away Your Partner sung by W.P. Detherow
Scale That Semlen (Four in the Middle) sung by Lowell Harness
See The Louse Chase a Mouse sung by Orville McInturff
Setting Down by the Side of that Lamb sung by W.P. Detherow
Shadow of the Pine sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Shake My Mother's Hand sung by Snake Maynard
She Left the Man She Loved sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain Played by Joe Craft
Shick a Lack a Shack a Lack a sung by Neal Morris
The Ship That Never Returned sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Shivering in the Cold (I'm Alone, All Alone) sung by W.P Detherow
Shoo, Shoo, Shoo Like a Shack sung by Cora Warner Rich
Shoot the Buffalo sung by W.P. Detherow
Shoot the Buffalo sung by Mr. Dot Metcalf
Shortnin' Bread Played by Joe Craft
Shortnin' Bread sung by W.P. Detherow
Shout Along (Shout Along and Pray Along) sung by W.P. Detherow
The Sinful Flirt (They Say It Is Sinful to Flirt) sung by Mrs. Milbrey Finch
Sing Anything sung by A.C. McGouyrk
Sing Anything sung by Neal Morris
Sinners Will Cry to Hide Behind the Rocks sung by Seth Mize
Sipping Cider sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
Sixteen Hosses Is My Team sung by Orville McInturff
Skewball sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Skip To My Lou (play party) sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Sleigh Bells (Whoa, Mule) sung by W.P. Detherow
Smoke on the Water Played by Joe Craft
Soldier of the Legion sung by Almeda Riddle
Soldier, Soldier, Marry Me (Soldier, Soldier, Won't You Marry Me?) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Soldier's Joy #1 Played by Joe Craft
Soldier's Joy #2 Played by Joe Craft
Soldier's Joy Played by George T. Jones, Matt Darnell, and Ernest Bruce
Soldier's Joy Played by Unknown
A Soldier's Life Is a Very Hard Life sung by Berry Sutterfield
Soldier's Poor Little Boy sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Some Can Dance sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Some Go to Meeting #1 sung by Gus Mahon
Some Go to Meeting #2 sung by Gus Mahon
Somebody's Knocking at Your Door sung by Unknown
Somebody's Tall and Handsome (Somebody) sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne
Song of Songs sung by Mr. & Mrs. Jim Hagwood
Sophronie sung by unknown artist
Sourwood Mountain sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Spain sung by Unknown
Spanish Cavalier sung by Mrs. W. B. Apple
Spanish Fandango played by Milum Kent
Speak To Me sung by Mrs. W.N. Osborne and Mrs. Rhoda Coleman
Springtime in Alaska sung by Ollie Gilbert
Square Dance Call sung by Jack Escue
Square Dance Call sung by Dot Metcalf
The Stars One and All Gave a Ball sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
The State of Arkansas (The Arkansaw Traveler) sung by W.P. Detherow
The State of Arkansas (The Arkansaw Traveler; Bill Stafford) sung by Gus Mahon
The State of Missouri sung by W.P. Detherow
Steamboat Bill sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
Stories About Mr. William C. Pierce of St. Louis told by John Quincy Wolf, Jr.
Stories Told by Ollie Gilbert
Strawberry Roan sung by Otis Spradling
Streets of Laredo (The Cowboy's Lament; The Unfortunate Rake) sung by Lowell Harness
Sugar Baby #1 Played by Joe Craft
Sugar Baby #2 Played by Joe Craft
Sugar Hill Played by Joe Craft
Sugar In My Coffee sung by Gus Mahon
Sugar-O-Tea (Sugar and Tea) sung by W.P. Detherow
Sunny Tennessee (The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee) sung by W.P. Burke
Sweet Betsy From Pike (Betsy From Pike) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Sweet Bunch of Daisies played by Gus Mahon
Sweet Diana played by Joe Craft
Sweet Marie sung by Mrs. Barnes
Sweet Rosie O'Grady sung by W.P. Detherow
Sweeter than the Flowers sung by unknown artist

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Take Me Back to Tulsa sung by unknown artist
Ta-Ra-Rara-Boom-De-Ay sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Texas Rangers sung by Sara Jo Fendley and Mary Susan Hensley
Texas Rangers sung by Mary Susan Hensley
The Texas Rangers sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
That Girl's Been Fooling Me sung by W.P. Detherow
That Pretty Little Black Mustache (Little Black Mustache) sung by W.P. Detherow
That's Why Darkies Were Born sung by Dave Pope
There is a Happy Land sung by W.P. Detherow
There Was a Little Woman sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
They Put Me on the Calaboose sung by W.P. Detherow
This Old Sow (Poem) recited by Mrs. Barnes
Three Fiddle Tunes by Absie Morrison
Three Leaves of Shamrock sung by Mrs. Myron Scruggs
Thus the Farmer Sows (Oats, Peas, Beans, and Barley) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Tid-E-O sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Time's Already Now sung by Orville McInturff
The Time Draws Near (I Love You Well) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Title's Clear sung by W.P. Detherow
To Meeting sung by Mrs. Virgil Lane
To That Land I Am Bound sung by Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Goforth
Told Them Not to Grieve After Me sung by Orville McInturff
Tom Sherman's Barroom (The Dying Cowboy; The Unfortunate Rake) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Trail to Mexico sung by Unknown
Truck Driving Man sung by Seth Mize
True Lover's Farewell (Oh Who Will Shoe My Foot?; The Lass of Roch Royal) sung by Mrs. Ollie Gilbert
Trying Something New sung by W.P. Detherow
Turnip Greens (fragment) sung by John Harrell
Turnip Greens sung by Neal Morris
Turtledove sung by Emma Puterbaugh Medlin
Twenty Froggies Went to School sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Two Backwards Yarns (stories) told by James Clifton Ferrell
Two Brothers sung by Jimmy Driftwood
Two Little Children sung by Mrs. Joan Arnold Hays
Two Little Children sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
Two Little Dogs sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Two Little Girls in Blue sung by Unknown
Two Lovers Set Sparking (The Jealous Brothers; The Bramble Brier) sung by Fred High
The Two Orphans (Two Little Children) sung by W.P. Burke

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Uncle Joe sung by James Clifton Ferrell
Uncle Pen sung by unknown
The Unclouded Day played by unknown
Untitled sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Untitled sung by Bertha ?
Untitled #1 Played by Joe Craft
Untitled #2 Played by Joe Craft
Untitled #3 Played by Joe Craft
Untitled #4 Played by Joe Craft
Untitled #5 Played by Joe Craft
Untitled #6 Played by Joe Craft
Untitled sung by Benson and Fleecy Fox
Untitled sung by Ollie Gilbert
Untitled sung by Orville McInturff
Untitled #1 sung by Seth Mize
Untitled #2 sung by Seth Mize
Untitled sung by Almeda Riddle
Untitled sung by The Southernaires of Black
Untitled sung by unknown artist
Untitled sung by unknown artist
Untitled sung by unknown artist
Untitled sung by unknown artist
Untitled Instrumental Tunes played by unknown band or bands
Untitled Band Music played by Fox's Band
Untitled Fiddle Tune sung by unknown fiddle band
Untitled (story) told by W.P. Detherow
Up and Down the Center We Go (Play Party) sung by Mrs. Hattie Gilmore and Mrs. Martha Huddleston
Up and Down the Mississippi sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Utah Carl #1 sung by Ollie Gilbert
Utah Carl #2 sung by Ollie Gilbert
Utah Carroll (Utah Carl) sung by Jewel Hawkins
Utah Carroll's Last Ride (Utah Carl) sung by Almeda Riddle

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Wa-Wah, Good Old Mosee sung by John Harrell
Wait for the Wagons sung by Mrs. Nettie Huddleston Barnes
Walk on the Water Played by Joe Craft
Wash in the Beautiful Pool sung by Unknown
Watch Out Down There sung by Mrs. W.L. Deal
Waterboy sung by Billy Griffith
Waterboy sung by Dave Pope
Waters Roll sung by Neal Morris
The Waxford Girl (The Noel Girl; The Oxford Girl; The Lexington Murder) sung by John Harrell
The Waxford Girl (The Noel Girl; The Oxford Girl; The Lexington Murder) sung by John Harrell, Nancy Ruth, and Harrell Vocham
The Waxward Girl (The Noel Girl; The Oxford Girl; The Lexington Murder) sung by Fred High
Way Down Yonder played by Gus Mahon
Way Over in the Promised Land sung by Orville McInturff
Way to Kiss a Girl sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
Wayworn Traveler (Palms of Victory) sung by Orville McInturff
Wayworn Traveler #1 (Palms of Victory) sung by Almeda Riddle
Wayworn Traveler #2 (Palms of Victory) sung by Almeda Riddle
We Are Volunteers for Jesus sung by W.P. Detherow
We Just Had Been Talking (Dawning Little Windows) sung by Zona Everett
We Met sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
We Will Pass Through the Valley sung by Orville McInturff
Wedding Bells (The Fatal Wedding) sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
Weeping Willow (I'll Hang My Harp on a Willow Tree) sung by Almeda Riddle
We're Pilgrims sung by Mary Frances Caldwell
What a Nose sung by Neal Morris
What Causes Thunder and Lightning? (Story) told by Mrs. Lon Jones
What Shall Our Answers Be? sung by W.P. Detherow
What Wondrous Love sung by Almeda Riddle
What You Gonna Do When the Pond Goes Dry, Baby sung by Mulkey Kent
When a Girl Is Seventeen sung by James Clifton Ferrell
When Cairo Burned Down sung by Mrs. Grace Hastings
When He Comes in Glory By and By sung by Bud Cash and Labe Hall
When I Left the State of Georgia sung by Mrs. Alfred Overholzer
When I Take My Vacation in Heaven sung by Ollie Gilbert
When I Was a Little Boy #1 (Swapping Songs) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
When I Was a Little Boy #2 (Swapping Songs) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
When I Was a Little Boy #3 (Swapping Songs) sung by Mrs. W.B. Apple
When I Was a Little Boy (Whistling Song) sung by Mrs. Mills Gammill
When I Was Single (I Wish I Was Single Again) sung by Mrs. Russell Vaughan
When Jesus Comes in Power Played by Joe Craft
When the Bells Are Ringing sung by Mrs. Ben Daugherty
When the Pearly Gates Unfold sung by Dorothy Stuart
When the Saints Go Marching On sung by W.P. Detherow
When the Saints Go Marching In sung by Ricky and Marionette Johnson
Where Could I Go But to the Lord sung by Snake Maynard
Where'd You Get that Hat? sung by Mrs. W.P. Apple
Where Did You Get That Hat? sung by W.P. Detherow
While My Baby's Asleep sung by Ollie Gilbert
Who's Price A-Fighting? (The Pea Ridge Battle) sung by Neal Morris
Who's That at My Bedroom Window (The Drowsy Sleeper) sung by Mrs. Alberta Felts
Whoa Mule sung by Sara Jo Fendley
Whop-A-Doey (Old Man Went Out to the Barn) sung by Fred High
The Wild Goose Chase sung by W.P. Detherow
The Wild Rover (Wild Rovers) sung by R.B. Stark
Wildwood Flower sung by Martha Hollister
Wildwood Flower sung by Mrs. Roger Moody
Wilkins and Dinah (Wilkins and His Dinah) sung by Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott
Will You Love Me When I'm Old? sung by Mrs. Maggie Dawn
Will You Meet Me Tonight, Love? (Prisoner's Song) sung by W.P. Detherow
William Hall (The Maiden in the Garden; Pretty Fair Maid Down in the Garden) sung by Almeda Riddle
Willow Green sung by Ollie Gilbert
The Winebibber's Grave sung by Neal Morris
Wish I Was Single Again Played by Joe Craft
Woman at the Well sung by Fred High
Wondrous Love (duet) sung by Joseph A. Chadwick
Won't You Come Along and Go? sung by Jimmy Driftwood
The Wreck of Old No. 9 (The Wreck of the Southern Old 97) sung by Almeda Riddle
The Wreck of the Old 97 (The Wreck of the Southern Old 97) sung by Roland Taylor

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Yankee Doodle Played by Joe Craft
Ye Hunters of Kentucky (A Hunter From Kentucky) #1 sung by Mrs. Burton Arnold
Ye Hunters of Kentucky (A Hunter From Kentucky) #2 sung by Mrs. Burton Arnold
You Are Going to Leave the Old Hometown Today (Home Sweet Home) sung by Zona Everett
You Can Never Be a Girl of Mine Again sung by Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Ash
You Got to Move sung by The Southernaires of Black
Young Charlotte sung by A.C. McGouyrk
Young Charlotte sung by Mrs. Peel
Young Charlotte sung by Almeda Riddle
Young Rovin' Boy (Wild Rovers) sung by Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sutterfield
Young Sally (Pretty Sally of London; A Brave Irish Lady) sung by James Clifton Ferrell

Zelma Lee sung by Neal Morris

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Keys to the cross-references:

"Randolph" refers to Ozark Folksongs, Collected and edited by Vance Randolph, Revised Edition, Volumes I-IV. University of Missouri Press, 1980.

"Brown" refers to The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore, Edited by Newman Ivey White, Seven Volumes, Duke University Press, 1952

"Belden" refers to Ballads and Songs Collected by the Missouri Folk-Lore Society, Edited by H.M. Belden, University of Missouri Press, 1973 reprint.

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