A
A distant land to roam Amber tresses tied in blue
Anchored in love Answer to weeping willow
Are you lonesome tonight Are you tired of me, my darling
Away out on the Old Saint Sabbath
B
Bear Creek Blues Beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful home Beautiful isle o'er the sea
Behind those stone walls Blackie's gunman
Black Jack David Bring back my blue-eyed boy
Bring back my boy Buddies in the saddle
Bury me under the weeping
willow tree
By the touch of her hand
C
Cannonball blues Can't feel at home
Can the circle be unbroken Carter's blues
Charlie and Nellie Chewing gum
Coalminer's blues Cowboy Jack
Cowboys wild song to his herd Crying holy unto the Lord
Cyclone of Raye Cove Cuban soldier
D
Dark and stormy weather Dark haired true lover
Darling daisies Darling little Joe
Darling Nellie across the sea Diamonds in the rough
Don't forget me, little darling Don't forget this song
E
East Virginia blues # 2 East Virginia blues
Engine 143 Evening bells are ringing
F
Faded coat of blue Faded flowers
Farewell, Nellie Fifty miles of elbow room
Foggy mountain top Fond affection
Forsaken love Funny when you feel that way
G
Gathering flowers from the hillside Give me your love
and I'll give you mine
Girl on the Greenbriar shore Give him one more as he goes
Give me the roses while I live Glory to the lamb
God gave Noah the rainbow sign Goldwatch and chain
Goodbye to the plains Grave on the green hill side
H
Happiest day of all Happy in prison
Happy or lonesome Heaven's radio
Hello Central give me heaven Hello Stranger
He never came back He took a white rose from her hair
Hold fast to the right Home by the sea
Home in Tennessee Honey in the rock
I
I ain't going to work tomorrow I cannot be your sweetheart
If one won't another will I found you among the roses
I have an aged mother I have no loving mother now
I have no one to love me I'll be all smiles tonight
I'll be home some day I'll never forsake you
I loved you better than you knew I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes
I'm working on a building In a little village churchyard
I never will marry I never loved but one
In the shadow of Clinch Mountain In the shadow of the pines
In the valley of the Shenandoah It'll aggravate your soul
It is better farther on It's a long long road to travel alone
I was born 4000 years ago I wonder how the
old folks are at home
I wouldn't mind dying
J
Jealous hearted me Jim Blake's message
Jimmy Brown the newsboy John Hardy was a desperate
little man
Just a few more days Just another broken heart
K
Keep on the firing line Keep on the sunny side
Kissing is a crime Kitty waltz
L
Lay my head beneath the rose Leaning on the everlasting arms
Let's be lovers again Let the church roll on
Little black train Little darling pal of mine
Little girl that played
upon my knee
Little log cabin by the sea
Little log hut in the lane Little Moses
Little poplar loghouse on the hill Lonesome for you
Lonesome for you, darling Lonesome homesick blues
Lonesome pine special Lonesome valley
Longing for old Virginia Look away from the cross
Look how this world
has made a change
Lord, I'm in your care
Lover's farewell Lover's lane
Lover's return Lulu Walls
M
Maple on the hill March winds goin' to blow
my blues all away
Meeting in the air Meet me by the moonlight alone
Mid the green fields of Virginia Motherless children
My bonnie blue eyes My Clinch Mountain home
My Dixie darling My heart's tonight in Texas
My home among the hills My home's across
the Blueridge Mountains
My Honey Lou My little home in Tennessee
My native home My old cottage home
My old Virginia home My Texas girl
My Virginia Rose is blooming
N
Never let the devil
get the upper hand of you
No depression in heaven
No more the moon shines
on Lorena
No others bride I'll be
No telephone in heaven
O
Oh, take me back Old gospel ship
On a hill lone and gray One little word
On my way to Canaan's land On the rock where Moses stood
On the Sea of Galilee Over the garden wall
P
Picture on the wall Poor little orphaned boy
Prisoner's song
R
Rambling boy Reckless motorman
River of Jordan Room in heaven for me
S
Sad and lonesome day Sailor boy
Schoolhouse on the hill See that my grave is kept clean
Single girl, married girl Sinking in the lonesome sea
Something got a hold on me Sow 'em on the mountain
Stern old bachelor St Regis girl
Sunshine in the shadows Sweet as the flowers in Maytime
Sweet fern Sweet heaven in my view
T
Tell me that you love me The birds were singing of you
The broken down tramp The broken hearted lover
The cannon ball The church in the wildwood
The dying mother The dying soldier
The fate of Dewey Lee The heart that was broken for me
The homestead on the farm The last letter
The last move for me The little black train
The little girl that
played upon my knee
The mountains of Tennessee
The only girl I ever cared about The poor orphan child
There'll be joy, joy, joy There'll be no distinction there
There's no hiding place down here There's no one like mother to me
There's someone waiting for me The spirit of love
watches over me
The storms are on the ocean The sun of the soul
The wandering boy The wave on the sea
The wayworn traveller The western hobo
The winding stream The wonderful city
They call her mother This is like heaven to me
Two sweethearts
W
Wabash Cannonball Walking in the King's Higway
Weary prodigal son We shall rise
We will march through the streets
of the city
When I'm gone
When silver threads
are gold again
When the roses
bloom in Dixieland
When the roses come again When the springtime
comes again
When this evening sun
goes down
When the world's on fire
Where shall I be Where the silvery
Colorado wends its way
Where we'll never grow old Who's that knocking
at my window
Why do you cry little darling Why there's a tear in my eye
Wildwood flower Will the roses bloom in heaven
Will my mother know me there Will you miss me when I'm gone
Worried man blues
Y
You are my flower You better let that liar alone
You denied your love Young Freda Bolt
You're gonna be sorry
you let me down
You're nothing more to me
Your mother still prays
for you, Jack
You tied a love knot in my heart
You've been a friend to me You've been fooling me, baby
You've got to righten that wrong