English songs: The Bailiff's Daughter Of Islington; Barbara Allen; Come, Lasses And Lads; Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes; Early one Morning; The Farmer's Boy; The Fine Old English Gentleman; Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May; God Save The Queen; Golden Slumbers; Here's A Health Unto His Majesty; It Was A Liver And His Lass; The Lass Of Richmond Hill; The Lincolnshire Poacher; The Miller Of The Dee; Oh! Dear! What Can The Matter Be?; Oh! The Oak And The Ash; Rule Britannia; Sally In Our Alley; Since First I Saw Your Face; Sweet And Low; Uncle Tom Cobleigh; The Vicar Of Bray. Scottish songs: Annie Laurie; Auld Lang Syne; The Blue Bell Of Scotland; Green Grow The Rashes O!; Loch Lomond; Scots, Who Hae Wi Wallace Bled; Ye Banks And Braes. Irish songs: Cockles And Mussels; Come Back To Erin; The Harp That Once; Killarney; The Last Rose Of Summer; The Minstrel Boy; Welsh songs: All Through The Night; God Bless The Price Of Wales; Men Of Harlech. Soldier and Sea songs: A-Roving; The Bay Of Biscay; Blow The Man Down!; The British Grenadiers; Haul On The Bowlin'; Heart Of Oak; The Mermaid; Pack Up Your Troubles (In Your Old Kit Bag); Rio Grande; Shenandoah; The Soldier's Chirus (Faust); What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor? Festive and Hunting songs: A-Hunting We Will Go; Come, Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl; Down Among The Dead Men; For He's A Jolly Good Fellow; Here's To A Maiden Of Bashful Fifteen; John Peel; The Little Brown Jug; There Is A Tavern In The Town. American and Plantation songs: The Animals Went In Two By Two; Camptown Races; John Brown's Body; Marching Through Georgia; My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean; My Old Kentucky Home; The Old Folks At Home; Polly-Wolly-Doodle; Poor Old Joe; So Early In De Morning; Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. Miscellaneous songs: Aloha Oe; Alouette; A Canadian Boat Song; Clementine; Cock Robin; Goodnight, Ladies!; The Keel Row; The Maple Leaf For Ever; Some Folks Do; Sweet Genevieve; Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid? Rounds and Catches: Hark The Bonny Christ Church Bells; Hastet Thee, Nymph. Nursery rhymes: Dame! Get Up And Bake Your Pies; Hickory, Dickory, Dock!; Jack And Jill; Little Bo-Peep; Rock-A-Bye, Baby; When Good King Arthur Rules This Land. Sacred songs: Abide With Me; Glorious Things Of Thee Are Spoken; Glory To Thee, My God; Grace; Lo! Heaven And Earth; Nearer My God To Thee; O Come, All Ye Faithful; O God Our Help In Ages Past; Old Hundredth; Prasie, My Soul, The King Of Heaven; Vesper Hymn.