American Folksongs
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Folksongs, Hymns and Spirituals of America
Sorted by first line of lyric AND title, with title in italics.

Page last modified: 8. February 2001

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I am just a lonesome traveller / When the Saints Go Marching In - Melody
I cannot listen to your words / The Southern Girl's Reply - Melody
I Cannot Sing Tonight - Melody
I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee / Oh, Susanna - Melody
I come from Mannassas with a pocket full of fun / Flight of Doodles - Melody
I come from Salem City / Oh, California - Melody
I do not come because my soul - Melody
I don't know why I went to war / Tell Me Now - Melody
I dream of Jeannie with the light brown hair - Melody
I had a job once threshing wheat / Ta-Ra-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay - Melody
I have an ear for music / A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody - Melody
I heard the bells on Christmas day / Christmas Bells - Melody
I just saw a maniac / Five Foot Two (Eyes Of Blue) - Melody
I know not why God's wondrous grace / I Know Whom I Have Believed - Melody
I Know Whom I Have Believed - Melody
I left my golden slippers home / Oh! My Brother - Melody
I Like Beer - Melody
I long for thee; must I long and long in vain? / Thou Art the Queen of my Song - Melody
I Love Him - Melody
I love Thy kingdom, Lord - Melody
I peeked in to say goodnight / Scarlet Ribbons - Melody
I remember the days of our youth and love / Our Bright, Bright Summer Days Are Gone - Melody
I Ride An Old Paint and I lead an old Dan - Melody
I See Her Still in My Dreams - Melody
I think I hear the angels sing / Shew! Fly, Don't Bother Me - Melody
I wander up and down the street / Workers of the World, Unite - Melody
I wandered today to the hills, Maggie / When You and I Were Young Maggie - Melody
I want to be a soldier - Melody
I wanted much to go to war / The Invalid Corps - Melody
I was born almost ten thousand years ago - Melody
I went to the animal fair / The Animal Fair - Melody
I Will be True to Thee - Melody
I will still preserve my fame / The Quadroon Girl To Her Lover - Melody
I Wish the War Was O'er! - Melody
I wonder as I wander out under the sky - Melody
I would be true, for there are those who trust me - Melody
I would not be a conscript a-hiding in the wood / I Would Not Be Alone - Melody
I would not die in Springtime - Melody
I would not die in Summertime - Melody
I would not live alway; I ask not to stay - Melody
I'd Be a Fairy - Melody
Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider) - Melody
If in this world there is a flow'r / The Snow-White Rose - Melody
If the world from you withhold of its silver / Leave It There - Melody
If you all will shut your trap / The Tramp - Melody
If you dam up the river of progress / The Hope of the Ages - Melody
If You've Only Got a Moustache - Melody
I'll be a sergeant, an orderly sergeant - Melody
I'll Be a Soldier - Melody
I'll Neber Hoe de Cotton Any More - Melody
I'll never forget when we met / My Pretty Quadroon - Melody
I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - Melody
I'll tell you of a story that happened long ago / Root Hog or Die - Melody
I'm a darkey from the country, Oh! / Clap Your Hands Till Daddy Comes Home - Melody
I'm a Good Old Rebel / Unreconstructed Rebel - Melody
I'm a merry little Soldier / The Merry Little Soldier - Melody
I'm discontented with homes that are rented / Tea For Two - Melody
I'm dreaming now of Hallie / Listen to the Mockingbird - Melody
I'm Drifting Back To Dreamland - Melody
I'm going to sing a song / Monitor and Merrimac - Melody
I'm gonna lay down my heavy load / Down by the Riverside - Melody
I'm lonesome since I crossed the hill / The Girl I Left Behind Me - Melody
I'm nothing but a plain old soldier / Nothing but a Plain Old Soldier - Melody
I'm on my way to Canada / The Underground Railcar - Melody
I'm right from old Virginny / Root, Hog, or Die - Melody
I'm sitting alone by the fireside / I'm Drifting Back To Dreamland - Melody
I'm thinking of sweet Lena Clare / Gentle Lena Clare - Melody
Immortal love, forever full - Melody
In a cavern, in a canyon / O my darling Clementine - Melody
In eighteen hundred and sixty one / Abe Lincoln Went to Washington - Melody
In Lawrence, when the starving masses / John Golden and the Lawrence Strike - Melody
In Maryland, in Maryland / For Dixie and Uncle Sam - Melody
In My Merry Oldsmobile - Melody
In some of my songs / I Like Beer - Melody
In the army of the Union / Army of the Free - Melody
In the Evening by the Moonlight - Melody
In the eye abides the heart - Melody
In The Good Old Summertime - Melody
In the movie plays of now-a-days / A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich And You - Melody
In the prison cell I sit, thinking Mother, dear / Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! - Melody
In the prison cell I sit, thinking Mother, dear / Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! (Southern version) - Melody
In the region where the roses always bloom / Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider) - Melody
In the sad and mournful Autumn / She Was All the World to Me - Melody
In the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia / Shenandoah Waltz - Melody
In this blessed land of freedom / Walking Once Grass - Melody
Into the ward of the clean white-washed halls / Somebody's Darling - Melody
Invalid Corps, The - Melody
Invasion of Camp Jackson, The - Melody
Invited, Lord, by boundless grace - Melody
Is everybody happy / And I Ain't Going to Jump no More - Melody
It happened in Jacksboro, boys, in the year of seventy-three / The Range of the Buffalo - Melody
It is the Union - Melody
It Was My Father's Custom - Melody
It was on the seventeenth by brake of day / Bunker Hill - Melody
It was on the Tenth of May / The Invasion of Camp Jackson - Melody
I've been working on the railroad - Melody
I've got a mule, and her name is Sal / Low Bridge, Everybody Down - Melody
I've Got Peace Like a River - Melody
I've had a mighty busy day / When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam' - Melody
I've told you 'bout de banjo / Dolly Day - Melody

J

Jackson's Victory - Melody
Jefferson and Liberty - Melody
Jenny's coming o'er the green - Melody
Jenny June - Melody
Jesus, I live to Thee - Melody
Jesus is all the world to me - Melody
Jesus, Savior, pilot me - Melody
Jesus, Thou art mine forever - Melody
Jimmy Crack Corn - Melody
Jingle Bells - Melody
John Bell of Tennessee - Melody
John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave - Melody
John Golden and the Lawrence Strike - Melody
John Jones - Melody
John Morgan's foot is on thy shore / Kentucky! O Kentucky! - Melody
Johnnie get your gun / Over There - Melody
Johnny Get Your Gun - Melody
Johnny is my darling - Melody
Joli Blonde Waltz - Melody
Jordan is a Hard Road to Travel - Melody
Joshua Fit The Battle of Jericho / The Battle of Jericho - Melody
Juanita - Melody
Just After The Battle - Melody
Just Before The Battle, Mother - Melody

K

Kate's a dear delicious creature / Saucy Kate - Melody
Katie O'Connor from Tenth Avenue / When Francis Dances With Me - Melody
Katy Bell - Melody
Keep The Home Fires Burning - Melody
Keller's American Hymn - Melody
Kelly's Irish Brigade - Melody
Kentucky! O Kentucky! - Melody
Kentucky Waltz - Melody
Kind lady, ask me not to sing / I Cannot Sing Tonight - Melody
Kingdom Coming - Melody
Kissing in the Dark - Melody
Kitty Popcorn - Melody

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