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FOLK SONGS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

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These assorted songs are for your personal enjoyment.

AINT MISBEHAVIN

ALLEGRO (Mozart)

AN IRISHMAN'S EPISTLE

AS I WAS GOING OVER GILGARRY MOUNTAIN

AURA LEE

BE THOU MY VISION

BEAUTIFUL DREAMER

BILL BAILY WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME

BONNIE BLUE FLAG

BONNIE KELLSWATER

BOTTLE OF PUNCH

BROKEN PLEDGE

BULIAO QING (BOO LEE-OW CHEENG, ENDLESS LOVE - CF11, CHINESE)

BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON

CANADIAN ANTHEM

DANCE OF THE SUGAR PLUM FAIRIES

DIXIE LAND

FROM THIS VALLEY THEY SAY YOU ARE GOING

ALI SHAN DE GUNIANG (ALI MOUNTAIN GIRL - CHINESE)

GOODBYE, JOE

IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME

THE IRISH GIRL

IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY

LOST CHILD

JESU JOY OF MANS DESIRING

MADEMOISELLE FROM ARMENTIERES

MEET ME IN ST LOUIE, LOUIE

MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME

O MY DARLING, CLEMENTINE

O SUSANNA

ON THE BAYOU

RED RIVER VALLEY

RUSSIAN ANTHEM

SHE'LL BE COMING AROUND THE MOUNTAIN

SHI YAN (CHINESE

SOME FOLKS DO

THE GREEN GREEN GRASS OF HOME

UP ON A HOUSE TOP

YANKEE DOODLE DANDY

YELLOW ROSE IN TEXAS

WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS

HYMNS WITH LYRICS

A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD.
By Martin Luther in 1529.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/m/i/mightyfo.htm
Music:  http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/e/i/n/ein_feste_burg.mid


ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
By Cecil F. Alexander in 1848. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/l/allthing.htm
http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/g/r/e/greystone.mid

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT.
This is a Welsh folksong sung to a tune recorded in
Edward Jones' Musical and Poetical Relics of the
Welsh Bards (1784).
http://www.wfu.edu/~moran/Cathay_Cafe/ET_AllThruNight_C.mid

AND DID MY SAVIOR BLEED? 
Words:
Isaac Watts, Hymns and Spir­it­u­al Songs, 1707;
Ralph E. Hud­son wrote the re­frain in 1885. 
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/l/a/alasand.htm


ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH.
This is a traditional French song sung to celebrate
the birth of Jesus Christ.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/n/angelswe.htm


AMAZING GRACE. 
By John Newton in 1779, who went from being
captain of a slave ship to being an abolitionist
 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/m/a/amazing_grace.htm
Music: http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/n/e/w/new_britain.mid

AWAY IN A MANGER.
The author is anonymous but the song first
appeared in 1885 in Little Children’s Book
for Schools and Families.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/w/awaymang.htm
http://www.lutheran-hymnal.com/folk/c064lw.mid


AWAKE, JERUSALEM, AWAKE!
By Charles Wesley in 1741.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/j/ajeawake.htm


BE THOU MY VISION. 
Very stirring, it is believed by Dallan
 Forgaill in the 8th Century Ireland.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/b/t/btmvison.htm
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/mid/s/l/slane.mid


BLESSED ASSURANCE.
Lyrics by Fanny Crossby in 1873; music earlier by
her friend Phoebe P. Knapp.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/b/l/e/blesseda.htm


BLESSED BIBLE, BOOK OF GOLD. 
By Fanny Crosby prior to her death in 1915.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/b/l/blebible.htm


BRETHERN, WE HAVE MET TO WORSHIP.
By George Atkins, 1819.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/b/r/brethren.htm


BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES. 
By Knowles Shaw in 1874; however, the music
here was written by George A. Minor in 1880.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/b/r/bringing.htm

Music: http://www.cyberhymnal.org/mid/b/r/i/bringing_in_the_sheaves.mid

CHRIST THE LORD TO US IS BORN
http://www.lutheran-hymnal.com/folk/c97-086.mid



CROWN HIM WITH MANY CROWNS. 
By Matthew Bridges in 1852 and also Godfrey Thring in 1874.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/c/r/crownhim.htm

DECK THE HALLS.
http://www.lutheran-hymnal.com/folk/c99-dh.mid


Give Me That Old Time Religion.  This is an African-
American spiritual heard in South Carolina and written
by Charles D. Tillman in 1889. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/o/l/oldtimer.htm


Go Tell It On The Mountain;

John W. Work Jr; 1907. Work was a musically

gifted African American minister 

http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/g/o/gotitotm.htm


God Of Our Fathers.  Daniel C. Roberts in 1876.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/g/f/gfathers.htm


God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.  This is a traditional

English song.  The author is unknown to us but is to God.

http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/g/o/godrest.htm


Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah!  By William Williams in 1745
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/g/u/guideme.htm


Great God Whose Universe Sway.  By Isaac Watts in 1719.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/g/g/ggwusway.htm


 Hail, All Hail!  By C. S. Kauff¬man in 1901.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/a/i/haillallh.htm


Hallelujah (Let Us Praise Jah!) The original author is

unknown; Lizzie Tourjée Wellesly wrote the music in 1878.

http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/a/l/hallhall.htm


Hark The Herald Angels Sing. Charles Wesley wrote

the words in 1739.  The music came from Felix Mendelssohn.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/h/a/hhangels.htm

http://www.cyberhymnal.org/mid/d/e/n/dent_dale.mid


He Leadeth Me! By Joseph H. Gilmore in 1862.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/l/hleademe.htm


Healing Fountain.  By Carl A. Stenholm (1843-1884);

translated from Swedish by J. B. Linderholm.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/e/a/healfont.htm


Here Am I, Send Me.  By J. Gilchrist Lawson, about 1910.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/a/m/hamiseme.htm


His Eye Is On The Sparrow. 

By Civilla D. Martin in 1905. 

It reminds us of God's love for all creatures from sparrows to us. 
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/i/hiseyeis.htm

Holy, Holy, Holy!  By Reginald Heber in 1826. 
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/h/o/holyholy.htm


I'm A Pilgrim.  By Mary S. Schindler in 1841.
 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/m/imapilgr.htm


In The Garden. 
By C. Austin Miles in 1912.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/t/g/itgarden.htmhttp://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/t/g/itgarden.htm

In The Sweet By And By. 
By Sanford F. Bennett in 1868. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/n/t/intsbab.htm
http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/i/n/t/in_the_sweet_by_and_by.mid


It Came Upon The Midnight Clear. 
By Edmund H. Sears in 1849. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/t/itcameup.htm
http://www.kunstderfuge.com/_/It_Came_Upon_a_Midnight_Clear_%28nc%29pope.mid


I've Got Peace Like A River. 
This is a traditional song in the United States.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/g/igopeace.htm: http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/i/v/e/ive_got_peace_like_a_river.mid


Jehovah, God The Father, Bless;
Charles Wesley; 1767.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/g/jgfbless.htm

Jehovah Hear Thee In Thy Grief;
Thomas Tallis; translated by Matthew Parker; 1560.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/h/jhtitgri.htm
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/mid/t/a/l/tallis_canon.mid


Jehovah Is My Light;
author unknown; music by Henry W. Beecher; 1855. 
However, this appears in Darwall’s 148th by John Darwall in 1770.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/i/jimlight.htm


Jehovah Is Our Strength. 
This song is attributed to Samuel Bernard who died about 1807.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/e/jehovaio.htm


Jehovah, Now Let Me Adore Thee;
Catherine Winkworth; 1863
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/l/jletmnat.htm


Jehovah Reigns In Majesty. 
The author is unknown but the song
is a paraphrase of Psalm 99.  The music dates to
1784 in Germany and was adapted by William H. Monk.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/r/m/jrmajsty.htm

Jesus Is Mine! 
By Jane C. Boner in 1843.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/i/j_ismine.htm

Jesus Loves Me. 
By Ana B. Warner in 1860.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/e/jesuslme.htm
http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/j/e/s/Jesus_loves_me.mid

Jesus Loves The Little Children. 

By C. Herbert Woolston 1856-1927;
music by George Root 1820-1927
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/e/jesloves.htm

Jesus The Son Of God.  By Garfield T. Hayward about 1914.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/s/jsonogod.htm

Jesus Walked This Lonesome Valley.  This is an American

spiritual, its origins possibly in the 1700s of 1800s of early

America, the author unknown and possibly of the Afro-

American slave community of the era.


http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/o/lonesome.htm

Jesus Wept.  By John R. Macduff in 1853. 

http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/w/jwttover.htm

Joy To The World.  By Isaac Watts in 1719.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/o/joyworld.htm
http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/a/n/t/antioch.mid 
http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/r/i/c/richmond_haweis.mid


Joyful, Joyful, We Adore. 
By Henry J. van Dyke in 1907.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/o/joyful.htm


Just As I Am Without One Plea. 
By Charlotte Elliott in 1835
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/j/u/justasam.htm



Kum Ba Yah (Come By Here).  This is a traditional African-American song.  http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/k/u/kumbayah.htm


Leaning On The Everlasting Arms.  By Elisha A. Hoffman in 1887.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/o/lotearms.htm


Let Us Break Bread Together.  This is an African-American spiritual. 
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/e/letusbbt.htm


Lilly Of The Valley.  By Charles W. Fry in 1881.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/i/lilyvall.htm


Little Church In The Wildwood.  By William S. Pitts in 1857.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/i/littlebc.htm


Lord, I Want To Be A Christian. 

This is a traditional American folk hymn;

the original author is unknown to us but is

to God and most likely became a Christian.
http://members.aol.com/alshymns/LordIWantToBeAChristian.mid
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/w/lwantbac.htm

Nearer My God To Thee. Sarah F. Adams wrote the words

that appeared in 1841.  Lowell Mason wrote the music of 1856. 

There are other musical versions also of the 1800s appearing below here:
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/n/m/nmgtthee.htm http://ingeb.org/spiritua/horbury.mid
http://ingeb.org/spiritua/propiord.mid


O Come All Ye Faithful.  By John F. Wade about 1743.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/o/c/ocomeayf.htm


O Come, O Come, Emmanuel.  By an unknown 12th

Century author. 
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/o/c/ocomocom.htm


O Little Town Of Bethlehem.  The words are written by

Phillips Brooks in 1867 at St. Louis, and Lewis H. Redner

wrote the music in 1868.

http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/o/l/olittle.htm
http://www.lutheran-hymnal.com/folk/c97-647.mid


Old Rugged Cross. 

By George Bennard in 1913. 

http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/o/r/oruggedc.htm

Only Trust Him. 

By John H. Stockton in 1874.

http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/c/o/comesbso.htm


Onward Christian Soldiers. 

Words by  Sa­bine Bar­ing-Gould

in Church Times, 1865.

Parting Hymn We Sing
Words by Aaron R. Wolfe in Church Melodies
by Thom­as Has­tings (New York: 1858).  
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/p/h/phwesing.htm 

Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow.  Words by

Thomas Ken in 1674.  Music from the Old 100th Genevan

Psalter of 1551 believed by Louis Bourgeois. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/p/r/praisegf.htm


Praise Jehovah All Ye Nations.  Words by John B. Dykes

in 1857 but the music goes back to Oswald who died in 992. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/p/j/pjallyen.htm


Preach The Bible.  By Daniel W. Whittle in 1891. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/p/r/preachtg.htm

Rock Of Ages.  By Augustus M. Toplady in 1776. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/r/o/rockages.htm


Savior, Like A Shepherd Lead Us!  This was probably

written by Dorothy A. Thrupp in 1836.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/s/l/slaslus.htm


Shall We Gather At The River.  By Robert Lowry in 1864.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/s/w/swgatriv.htm

http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/h/a/n/hanson_place.mid

Silent Night.  By John Mohr about 1816 to 1818.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/s/i/silntnit.htm
http://www.lutheran-hymnal.com/folk/c97-646.mid


Softly And Tenderly Jesus Is Calling.  By William L. Thompson in 1880.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/s/o/softlyat.htm


Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus.  Words: George Duffield Jr, 1858. 
Music George J Webb, 1830. http://nethymnal.org/htm/s/t/standufj.htm

Steal Away To Jesus, African-American spiritual,
http://www.hymntime.com/tch/htm/s/t/stealatj.htm

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot!  The author is unknown but this traditional
African-American song dates into the 1800s and possibly before.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/s/w/swinglow.htm



Tell Me The Old, Old Story. 
By A. Katherine Hankey in 1866. 
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/t/e/tellmoos.htm


The First Noel.  This traditional English song may come from the 1200's.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/f/r/frstnoel.htm

http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/f/i/r/first_noel.mid


The Great Physician.  By William Hunter in 1859; and the

music was written by John Stockton in 1869.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/g/r/greatphy.htm


The Very Friend I Need:

 http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/v/e/r/veryfrin.htm


The Wanderer:
Words & Music: Rev. B. Carradine
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/a/n/wanderer.htm


The Woman's Hymn.  By Fannie E. Heck in 1913.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/c/w/cwomenwp.htm

Music: http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/i/t/a/italian_hymn.mid

Thy Will Be Done! 
By Jennie E. Hussey in 1902.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/t/w/twbedone.htm

To The Work! 


By Fanny Crosby in 1869.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/t/o/tothewor.htm


We Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder.  This African American
spiritual goes back into the 1800s; possibly earlier. 
http://members.aol.com/alshymns/WeAreClimbingJacobsLadder.mid
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/e/wearecjl.htm


What Child Is This? 
By William C. Dix in 1865.
http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/h/whatcist.htm


What A Friend We Have In Jesus. 
By Joseph M. Scriven in 1855:
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/a/f/wafwhij.htm


When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder. 
By James M. Black in 1893. 
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/h/e/whenroll.htm


While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks.
http://www.lutheran-hymnal.com/folk/c97-109.mid


Your Word Is A Lamp For My Feet.  Lindsey Stein wrote
and put this song into the Public Domain in 2004.
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/y/o/u/yourword.htm


Zion Stands By Hills Surrounded.  By Thomas Kelly in 1806
http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/z/i/zionstan.htm
http://cyberhymnal.org/mid/z/i/o/zion.mid