Songs of England

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Ballads, Cavalier Ballads, Ditties, Folksongs, Hymns and Jigs of England

Sorted by first line of lyric AND title. All titles are in italics.

Page last modified on: 22. January 2001

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Take my life and let it be - Melody
Tarry with me, O my Saviour! - Melody
Tavistock Goosey Fair - Melody
Teach me the measure of my days - Melody
Ten thousand times ten thousand - Melody
That certain night, the night we met / A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Melody
That man no guard or weapons needs / The Believer's Safety - Melody
That Rock was Christ - Melody
That thou wilt be pleased to grant our requests / The Old Protestant's Litany - Melody
The Army, the Navy and the Air Force - Melody
The Bells of Hell go ting-a-ling-a-ling - Melody
The boar's head in hand bear I / Boar's Head Carol - Melody
The bonny month of June is crowned / Cornish Midsummer Bonfire Song - Melody
The book of nature open lies / The Book of Creation - Melody
The breeze was fresh, the ship was in stays / The Token - Melody
The carrion crow he sat upon an oak / The Carrion Crow - Melody
The castle of the human heart / The Heart Taken - Melody
The church a garden is / The Barren Fig-Tree - Melody
The Church's one foundation - Melody
The cruel war is raging, Johnny has to fight - Melody
The day is gently sinking to a close - Melody
The day is past and gone - Melody
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended - Melody
The day was spent, the moon shone bright / The Garden Gate - Melody
The earth forever is the Lord's - Melody
The evils that beset our path / Vanity of Life - Melody
The fairest maids o' Britain's Isle / Ann O'Hethersgill - Melody
The fifteenth day of July / My Lord Willoughbies Welcome Home - Melody
The First Nowell the Angel Did Say - Melody
The first that enters on the floor / The Sword-Dancers' Song - Melody
The God of Abraham praise - Melody
The God of our salvation hears - Melody
The heav'ns declare thy glory, Lord - Melody
The hierarchy is out of date / I Thank You Twice - Melody
The Keeper would a-hunting go - Melody
The kine unguided went / The Milch Kine Drawing the Ark: Faith's Surrender of All - Melody
The king, O Lord, with songs of praise - Melody
The King of Love my Shepherd is - Melody
The King of saints, how fair his face - Melody
The lady sits at her own front door / The Two Magicians - Melody
The Laird of Rosslyn's daughter / Captain Wedderburn's Courtship - Melody
The Law commands and makes us know - Melody
The lion that on Sampson roared / Sampson's Lion - Melody
The Lord Jehovah reigns; His throne is built on high - Melody
The Lord my pasture shall prepare - Melody
The Lord my Shepherd is - Melody
The Lord of glory is my light - Melody
The Lord proclaims his grace abroad! / The Covenant - Melody
The Lord, the Judge, before his throne - Melody
The Lord, the Judge, his churches warns - Melody
The Lord, the Sovereign, sends his summons forth - Melody
The Lord will happiness divine / The Contrite Heart - Melody
The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want - Melody
The man is ever blest - Melody
The manna favored Israel's meat / Manna Hoarded - Melody
The message first to Smyrna sent / Smyrna - Melody
The moon in silver glory shone - Melody
The moon shines bright, the stars give a light / May Day Carol - Melody
The name is Francis Tolliver / Twas Christmas In The Trenches - Melody
The old year now away has fled - Melody
The Pilot he looks out ahead / Whup Jamboree - Melody
The praise of Zion waits for thee - Melody
The Prince Van Orange he is come to this Land / The Prince of Orange Welcome to London - Melody
The prophets sons, in time of old / The Borrowed Axe - Melody
The radiant morn hath passed away - Melody
The saints on earth and those above - Melody
The saints should never be dismayed / Jehovah-Jireh, the Lord Will Provide - Melody
The Saviour calls; let every ear - Melody
The Saviour kindly calls - Melody
The sea is England's glory! - Melody
The shades of night were falling fast / Excelsior - Melody
The shadows of the evening hours - Melody
The signs which God to Gideon gave / Gideon's Fleece - Melody
The Son of God goes forth to war - Melody
The stwons that built George Ridler's oven / George Ridler's Oven - Melody
The sun had set behind yon hills / The Farmer's Boy - Melody
The sun is sinking fast - Melody
The time passes over more cheerful and gay / Thousands Or More - Melody
The topman and the afterguard were walking one day / Topman and the Afterguard - Melody
The voice that breathed o'er Eden - Melody
The water is wide; I can't cross o'er - Melody
The water stood like walls of brass / The Creatures in the Lord's Hands - Melody
The week before Easter, the day being fair / The False Bride - Melody
The wonders, Lord, thy love has wrought - Melody
The word of Christ, our Lord / The Word Quick and Powerful - Melody
Thee will I love, O Lord, my strength - Melody
Then the apostle wonders wrought / The Exorcists - Melody
There is a blessed home - Melody
There is a fountain filled with blood / Praise For the Fountain Opened - Melody
There is a land of pure delight - Melody
There is an old proverb which all the world knows / Prattle Your Pleasure Under The Rose - Melody
There lived a wife at Usher's Well / The Wife Of Usher's Well - Melody
There was a Cameronian cat / The Cameronian Cat - Melody
There was a crafty miller / The Miller and His Sons - Melody
There was a fair maid of Islington / The Fair Maid of Islington - Melody
There was a jolly miller once liv'd on the river Dee / The Miller of Dee - Melody
There was a jovial tinker / Joan's Ale - Melody
There was a lady in the north / The Dowie Dens of Yarrow - Melody
There was a knight both young and fair / Blow Away The Morning Dew - Melody
There was a shepherd's son / Blow the Winds, I-Ho! - Melody
There was an old chap in the west country / The King and the Countryman - Melody
There was an old farmer in Sussex did dwell / The Farmer's Old Wife - Melody
There was an old man, and sons he had three / The Old Man and His Three Sons - Melody
There were six jovial tradesmen / Joan's Ale Was New - Melody
There were three drunken maidens / Three Drunken Maidens - Melody
There were three gypsies a come to my door / The Wraggle Taggle Gypsies - Melody
There were three ravens sat on a tree / The Three Ravens - Melody
There'll always be an England - Melody
There'll be blue birds over the White Cliffs of Dover / White Cliffs of Dover - Melody
There's a battery snug in the spinney / The Guns - Melody
There's a lusty liquor which / Stingo - Melody
There's a tear in my eye for the soldier / Joan of Arc, They're Calling You - Melody
There's no pleasures can compare / Somersetshire Hunting Song - Melody
They Shall Be Mine, Saith the Lord - Melody
They're moving father's grave to build a sewer - Melody
Thine forever, God of Love! - Melody
Think, mighty God, on feeble man - Melody
This Christmas time 'tis fit that we / A Christmas Song When The Rump Was First Dissolved - Melody
This day at thy creating word - Melody
This Is My Fatherís World - Melody
This is the day of light - Melody
This is the day the Lord hath made - Melody
This spacious earth is all the Lord's - Melody
Thomas the Rhymer - Melody
Thou art coming, O my Saviour! - Melody
Thou didst leave thy throne and thy kingly crown - Melody
Thou to whose all-searching sight - Melody
Thou who the night in prayer didst spend - Melody
Thou whose almighty word - Melody
Though cloudy skies, and northern blasts / Waiting for Spring - Melody
Though in the outward church below / The Wheat and Tares - Melody
Though Jericho pleasantly stood / Jericho; or, The Waters Healed - Melody
Though troubles assail / The Lord Will Provide - Melody
Thousands Or More - Melody
Three Drunken Maidens - Melody
Three German Officers crossed the Rhine - Melody
Three in One, and One in Three - Melody
Three Maidens a-Milking - Melody
Three Merry Coblers, The - Melody
Three Ravens, The - Melody
Three Score and Ten - Melody
Throned upon the awe-full tree - Melody
Through all the changing scenes of life - Melody
Through every age, eternal God - Melody
Through the Groves - Melody
Thus far the Lord hath led me on - Melody
Thus I resolved before the Lord - Melody
Thus saith the holy One, and true / Philadelphia - Melody
Thus saith the Lord, The spacious fields - Melody
Thus saith the Lord to Ephesus / Ephesus - Melody
Thus saith the Lord, "Your work is vain" - Melody
Thy mansion is the christian's heart / The House of Prayer - Melody
Thy ways, O Lord, with wise design - Melody
Time How Short - Melody
Time How Swift - Melody
Time to Remember the Poor - Melody
Time, with an unwearied hand / Time How Short - Melody
'Tis a point I long to know / Lovest Thou Me? - Melody
'Tis by thy strength the mountains stand - Melody
'Tis good, Lord, to be here - Melody
'Tis Greenside wakes, we've come to the town / The Greenside Wakes Song - Melody
'Tis just a month come Friday next / Tavistock Goosey Fair - Melody
'Tis of a Nobleman's daughter / The Nobleman's Daughter - Melody
To Anacreon in Heaven - Melody
To God I cried with mournful voice - Melody
To our Redeemer's glorious name - Melody
To the Afflicted, Tossed With Tempests and Not Comforted - Melody
To thee, most Holy and most High - Melody
To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise - Melody
To Thee, our God, we fly - Melody
To thine almighty arm we owe - Melody
Tobacco's but an Indian weed / Tobacco - Melody
Today Thy mercy calls us - Melody
Token, The - Melody
Tom Pearse, Tom Pearse, lend me your grey mare / Widdicombe Fair - Melody
Tom Tinker - Melody
Tonight it is the New-year's night / Hagmena Song - Melody
Topman and the Afterguard - Melody
Trees Are Getting High, The - Melody
Trelawney - Melody
Trembling Jailer, The - Melody
Trooper Cut Down, The - Melody
Trotting Horse, The - Melody
Trouper, The - Melody
True Aaron, The - Melody
True subjects mourn, and well they may / The Mournful Subjects or The Whole Nation's Lamentation - Melody
True Thomas lay on Huntlie bank / Thomas the Rhymer - Melody
Trust of the Wicked, and the Righteous Compared - Melody
Tub-Preacher, The - Melody
Turn-Coat, The - Melody
Twas Christmas In The Trenches - Melody
'Twas for thy sake, eternal God - Melody
'Twas in the watches of the night - Melody
'Twas on a Monday morning, all in the month of May / Lisbon - Melody
'Twas on a summer's morning / White Cockade - Melody
'Twas on that dark, that doleful night - Melody
'Twas on the morn of sweet May-day / Jockey to the Fair - Melody
'Twas the commission of our Lord - Melody
Twelve Days of Christmas, The - Melody
Two Debtors, The - Melody
Two Magicians, The - Melody
Two maidens went milking one day / A Small Bird Or Two - Melody
Two Malefactors, The - Melody
Two were the sisters, one the bride / The Unquiet Grave - Melody

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