Traditional

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I'll Fly Away (xl)

By countrygirl_1 45 +1 Featuring DINO-SINGER 9 in the Style of Traditional
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HAD TO SING THIS WITH MY FIRST GRANDSON.... {AND GRANDCHILD} HE SANG THIS MANY YEARS AGO ... NOW HE IS A GROWN YOUNG MAN THAT I AM SO PROUD OF......HE STILL SINGS FOR JESUS!!!!... LOVE YOU BRADDEN,,,,LOVE GRANDMA LINDA BRADDEN ASWAYS MADE OC....{ OLD COUNTRY SINGER } SMILE WHEN THEY DID A FEW DUETS TOGETHER { WHAT IF } { THE TRUCKER }

Whispering Hope

By cracker_jack42 38 Featuring ky_gal 31 in the Style of Traditional
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Rock-A-My Soul

By Davew 50 +2 in the Style of Traditional
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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

By Texasirish 26 Featuring Arcticcatman5 +6 in the Style of Traditional
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Sorry Bubba, no matter what I do my timing is off. loves

How Great Thou Art

By dgrizzell1050 31 +2 in the Style of Traditional
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Margie

By lesfen101 27 in the Style of Traditional
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Ay, Jalisco No Te Rajes!

By SingingJohn 40 in the Style of Traditional
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Olay LOL....

Puff (The Magic Dragon)

By HummingBird333 22 in the Style of Traditional
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Sweet Rosie O'grady

By Torreg 53 in the Style of Traditional
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Thanks for dropping by and listening to me, much appreciated.

Billy Boy

By Nanaimo2 in the Style of Traditional
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Thank you, Feature ... Background from wikipedia: "The final verse may be intended as a math puzzle, or it may be a humorous indication that the woman is considerably older than the protestation of her youth in the refrain seems to indicate, which is 85 years old (How old is she? = (3*6)+(4*7)+28+11 = 85). While the tone of the nursery rhyme is ironic and teasing, both the question and answer form and the narrative of the song have been related to Lord Randall, a murder ballad from the British Isles. In Lord Randall, the suitor is poisoned by the woman he visits. By contrast, Robin Fox uses the song to make a point about cooking and courtship, and observes that: Feeding has always been closely linked with courtship. . . With humans this works two ways since we are the only animals who cook: the bride is usually appraised for her cooking ability. (“Can she bake a cherry pie, Billy boy, Billy boy?”) In some cultures this is far more important than her virginity." Who knew this might be a good President's Day song for Americans? :-)