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Vorschläge für neue Liedblätter[Bearbeiten]

Durchgestrichene Lieder sind in das Liederbuch mit aufgenommen worden, und die Quellen wurden auf ihre Verwendbarkeit hin überprüft, bzw. die schon vorhandenen Lieder wurden anhand der Vorlage korrigiert.

Autor(en) vor über 70 Jahren verstorben[Bearbeiten]

Folk-Songs bzw. Volkslieder[Bearbeiten]

Links zu Wiki-Quellen[Bearbeiten]

  1.  Amazing Grace Liederbuch: Amazing Grace
  2.  en:Down by the Riverside Liederbuch: Down by the Riverside
  3.  en:Dixie (song) Liederbuch: Dixie
  4.  en:Dixie Doodle) Liederbuch: Dixie Doodle
  5.  en:Finnegan's Wake Irland Liederbuch: Finnegan's Wake
  6.  en:Foggy Dew Liederbuch: Foggy Dew
  7.  en:He's Got the Whole World in His Hands Liederbuch: He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
  8.  Loch Lomond (Lied) Schottland Liederbuch: Loch Lomond
  9.  en:Michael Row the Boat Ashore Liederbuch: Michael Row the Boat Ashore
  10.  en:Mary Had a Little Lamb Liederbuch: Mary Had a Little Lamb
  11.  en:Over the Hills and Far Away (traditional song) Liederbuch: Over the Hills and Far Away
  12.  en:Roddy_McCorley Irland Liederbuch: Roddy McCorley
  13.  en:Shady Grove (song) Liederbuch: Shady Grove
  14.  en:Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Liederbuch: Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
  15.  Streets of LaredoLiederbuch: Streets of Laredo
  16.  en:The Curragh of Kildare Irland Liederbuch: The Curragh of Kildare
  17.  (en) Wearing Of The Green, The Irland Liederbuch: The Wearing of the Green
  18.  en:The Wild Rover Liederbuch: The Wild Rover
  19.  en:Wade in the Water Liederbuch: Wade in the Water
  20.  de:Waltzing Matilda Australien; VORSICHT! Da  Banjo Paterson erst 1941 verstarb, Seit 2011 ist der Text in deutschland gemeinfrei. Liederbuch: Waltzing Matilda
  21.  en:Yankee Doodle Liederbuch: Yankee Doodle


Lieder mit teilweise vorbereiteten Textvorlagen[Bearbeiten]

Green Fields Of France;

This land is your land[Bearbeiten]

"This Land Is Your Land" is one of the United States' most famous folk songs, written by Woody Guthrie in 1940. It was originally written in response to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America." Guthrie considered that song unrealistic and complacent, and was tired of hearing Kate Smith sing it on the radio, so he wrote a different song, originally called "God Blessed America for Me." Guthrie varied the lyrics over time, sometimes including more overtly political verses that often do not appear in recordings or publications.

This land is your land, this land is my land
From California to the New York Island
From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
This land is made for you and me.
As I go walking this ribbon of highway
I see above me the endless skyway
And all around me the wind keeps saying:
This land is made for you and me.
I roam and I ramble and I follow my footsteps
Till I come to the sands of her mineral desert
The mist is lifting and the voice is saying:
This land is made for you and me.
Where the wind is blowing I go a strolling
The wheat field waving and the dust a rolling
The fog is lifting and the wind is saying:
This land is made for you and me.
Nobody living can ever stop me
As I go walking my freedom highway
Nobody living can make me turn back
This land is made for you and me.
In the squares of the city, In the shadow of a steeple;
By the relief office, I'd seen my people.
As they stood there hungry, I stood there asking,
Is this land made for you and me?
As I went walking, I saw a sign there;
And on the sign there, it said, 'No Trespassing.'
But on the other side; it didn't say nothing!
That side was made for you and me.

"This song is Copyrighted in U.S., under Seal of Copyright # 154085, for a period of 28 years, and anybody caught singin’ it without our permission, will be mighty good friends of ourn, cause we don’t give a dern. Publish it. Write it. Sing it. Swing to it. Yodel it. We wrote it, that’s all we wanted to do." PD-US-no-renewal (Vorlage eines Schwesterprojektes)

I wish I was in Dixie's Land[Bearbeiten]

Daniel Decatur Emmett (*1815 – †1904)

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The first authorized edition, published in New York in 1860 as "I wish I was in Dixie's Land", was most the popular version.
I wish I was in de land ob cotton,
Old times dar am not forgotten;
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
In Dixie Land whar I was born in,
Early on one frosty mornin,
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
(Chorus)
Den I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray! Hooray!
In Dixie Land, I'll took my stand,
To lib an die in Dixie,
Away, Away, Away down south in Dixie,
Away, Away, Away down south in Dixie.
Old Missus marry "Will-de-weaber,"
Willium was a gay deceaber;
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
But when he put his arm around'er,
He smilled as fierce as a forty-pound'er,
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
(Chorus)
His face was sharp as a butchers cleaber,
But dat did not seem to greab'er;
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
Old Missus acted de foolish part,
And died for a man dat broke her heart.
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
(Chorus)
Now here's a health to the next old Missus,
And all de galls dat want to kiss us;
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
But if you want to drive 'way sorrow,
Come an hear dis song to-morrow.
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
(Chorus)
Dar's buck-wheat cakes an 'Ingen' batter,
Makes you fat or a little fatter;
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.
Den hoe it down an scratch your grabble,
To Dixie land I'm bound to trabble.
Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land.

Polly wolly doodle[Bearbeiten]

Polly Wolly Doodle was introduced by Daniel Decatur Emmett's Virginia Minstrels in the 1840s and is a popular children's song today.


Oh, I went down South
For to see my Sal
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day
My Sal, she's a spunky gal
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day


Fare thee well, Fare thee well,
Fare thee well my fairy fay
For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Oh, my Sal, she is A maiden fair
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day
With curly eyes And laughing hair
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Fare thee well, Fare thee well,
Fare thee well my fairy fay
For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Behind the barn, Down on my knees
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day
I thought I heard A chicken sneeze
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Fare thee well, Fare thee well,
Fare thee well my fairy fay
For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


He sneezed so hard With the whooping cough
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day
He sneezed his head And the tail right off
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Fare thee well, Fare thee well,
Fare thee well my fairy fay
For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Oh, a grasshopper sittin' On a railroad track
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day
A-pickin' his teethlink to a non-NIEHS site
With a carpet tack
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Fare thee well,
Fare thee well,
Fare thee well my fairy fay
For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Oh, I went to bed But it wasn't any use
Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day
My feet stuck out Like a chicken roost
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day


Fare thee well, Fare thee well,
Fare thee well my fairy fay
For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna
Sing Polly wolly doodle all day

Follow me up to Carlow[Bearbeiten]

author = Patrick Joseph McCall

Lift MacCahir Óg your face, brooding o'er the old disgrace
That black FitzWilliam stormed your place, drove you to the Fern
Grey said victory was sure - Soon the firebrand he'd secure
Until he met at Glenmalure with Fiach MacHugh O'Byrne.

Chorus;

Curse and swear Lord Kildare
Fiach will do what Fiach will dare
Now FitzWilliam, have a care
Fallen is your star low
Up with halberd out with sword
On we'll go for by the lord
Feach MacHugh has given the word,
Follow me up to Carlow!

See the swords of Glen Imall, flashing o'er the English Pale
See all the children of the Gael, beneath O'Byrne's banners
Rooster of a fighting stock, would you let a Saxon cock
Crow out upon an Irish rock- fly up and teach him manners.

From Tassagart to Clonmore, there flows a stream of Saxon gore
Och, great is Rory Óg O'More, sending the loons to Hades.
White is sick and Lane is fled, now for black FitzWilliam's head
We'll send it over, dripping red, to Queen Liza and the ladies.

Geordie (As I walked out over London bridge)[Bearbeiten]

Der Text geht auf ein englisches Volkslied aus dem 17. Jahrhundert zurück.

As I walked out over London bridge
One misty morning early,
I overheard a fair pretty maid
Was lamenting for her Geordie.
Ah, my Geordie will be hanged in a golden chain,
'Tis not the chain of many
He was born of king's royal breed
And lost to a virtuous lady.
Go bridle me my milk white steed,
Go bridle me my pony,
I will ride to London court
To plead for the life of my Geordie.
Ah, my Geordie never stole nor cow nor calf,
He never hurted any,
Stole sixteen of the king's royal deer,
And he sold them in Bohenny.
Two pretty babies have I born,
The third lies in my body,
I'd freely part with them every one
If you'd spare the life of Geordie.
The judge looked over his left shoulder,
He said fair maid I'm sorry
He said fair maid you must be gone
For I cannot pardon Geordie.
Ah, my Geordie will be hanged in a golden chain,
'Tis not the chain of many,
Stole sixteen of the king's royal deer
And he sold them in Bohenny.

Listen und Aufzählungen[Bearbeiten]

  1.  Kategorie: Volkslied bei Wikipedia
  2.  Liste von Volksliedern
  3.  (en) Liste irischer Balladen