Song Book

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  • £10.25

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The Sing Along Song Book contains the words to popular songs, and is the perfect aid for group sing-along sessions.

  • Contains the words to 100 popular songs
  • Large & clear print used throughout
  • Divided into six sections; traditional folk songs, choruses from old time variety, songs from World War II, post-war evergreens, hymns, and Christmas songs
  • This product also comes with an accompanying CD of backing music for some of the songs in the Songbook.

Sample of Songs

Traditional folk songs

1. The ash grove

2. Oh dear! What can the matter be?

3. John Brown’s body

4. She’ll be coming round the mountain

5. John Peel

6. There’s a hole in my bucket

7. Cookies and mussels

8. Oh! Susanna

9. Men of Harlech

10. When Johnny comes marching home

11. The lass of Richmond Hill

12. One man went to mow

13. Blow the man down

14. Roamin’ in the gloamin’

15. There is a tavern in the town

16. My love is like a red, red rose

17. London’s burning

18. Oh! My darling Clementine

19. The wild mountain thyme

20. My grandfather’s clock

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