Appearance Order – Song Title Index

 OLD TYME SONGS

 

This is the order in which they appear in the content of the book. The songs are not numbered within the pages nor are the pages numbered. Numbers have been added for organizational purposes only.  Round bracketed information indicates extra markings added to pieces while square brackets indicate words that were questionably illegible. These indicate dates as Frances Jackson, who signed and dated the front of the book December 31, 1928 married to become Frances Mary Montgomery in June of 1929 thus the initials FMM.  These initials may but do not necessarily indicate original compositions. 

  1. Birmingham Jailpicture-061

  2. Eleven Cent Cotton

  3. Chicago Exhibition

  4. Wreck of the Old 94

  5. Red River Valley

  6. Give My Love to Nellie Jack

  7. May I sleep in your Barn

  8. Twenty One Years

  9. Return of the Red River Valley

  10. I’m A Garden In Paradise

  11. The Dying Man

  12. The Mystery of No.5

  13. The Prisoner’s Sweetheart

  14. Snow Deer

  15. After The Ball

  16. The Little Old Log Cabin

  17. When It’s Spring Time in The Rockies

  18. The Letter Edged In Black

  19. The Wreck of Number 9

  20. The Maple Leaf Forever

  21. Lay My Head Beneath A Rose

  22. I Had But Fifty Cents

  23. My Old Pal

  24. The Engineers Child

  25. The Little Rosewood Casket

  26. In The Baggage Coach Ahead

  27. Don’t You Call Me Sweetheart

  28. The Drunkards Dream

  29. Poor Little Joe

  30. Sweet Bunch of Daisies

  31. The Little Red Caboose Behind The Train

  32. If Brother Jack Were Here

  33. The Little Old Church in The Valley

  34. Oh Dem Golden Slippers

  35. When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain

  36. Down The River of Golden Dreams

  37. A Gay Caballero

  38. The Hazel Dell

  39. The Little Black Moustache
    — following song order diverges from the index numbers and content—

  40. Little Marian Parker

  41. Barbra Allen

  42. Casey Jones

  43. Silver Threads Among The Gold

  44. The Butcher’s Boy

  45. In The Shadow Of The Pines

  46. When Its Lamp Lighting Time In The Valley

  47. Love Me Now

  48. Your As Welcome As The Flowers In May

  49. Kentucky Moonshiner

  50. Frankie and Johnny

  51. Twenty One Years

  52. When The Sun Goes Down Again

  53. My Blue Ridge Mountain Home

  54. Stern Old Bachelor

  55. Laurena

  56. When The Works All Done This Fall

  57. Ninety-Nine Years

  58. A Gangster’s Warning

  59. If You See My Little Mountain Girl

  60. The Irishman’s Shanty

  61. Yodeling Cowboy

  62. Cowboy’s Song

  63. My Darling Nellie Gray

  64. The Lane County Bachelor

  65. True Blue Bill

  66. When The Roses Bloom For the Bootlegger

  67. Answer To Twenty One Years

  68. Cowboy Jack

  69. Overdue For Death

  70. The Little Mohee

  71. Will The Angels Play Their Harp For Me

  72. Drunkard’s Dream

  73. You And My Old Guitar

  74. The Prisoner at the Bar

  75. Im Alone Because I love You

  76. The Wild And Wreckless Hobo

  77. untitled

  78. Wreck Of The Royal Palm

  79. Cowboy Yodel

  80. The Dying Cowboy

  81. The Mansion of Aching Hearts

  82. The Fatal Wedding

  83. The Big Rock Candy Mountain

  84. McCarthy’s Wedding (FMM)

  85. I’ll Be With You When The Roses Bloom Again

  86. The Tenderfoot

  87. Blame It On To Poor Old Father

  88. My Old Kentucky Home (FMM Dec 2nd 1933)

  89. Everybody Works But Father (FMM)

  90. A Home On the Range

  91. How Beautiful Heaven Must Be

  92. The Spanish Cavalier

  93. When The Bloom Is On The Sage

  94. The Convict And The Rose

  95. Till We Meet Again (FM)

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1 comment so far

  1. John Guice on

    Sixty plus years ago I heard a song which staerted “as an old tramp sat resting one day down a lane, when a group of young sportsmen came by, they told many tales of his tattered ols clothes——————— you can’t put a stop to misfortune, for what is to be will be, I might have been up in the world like you or you might have been down like me. I would very much like to know the complete song. Any idea where i may find it?


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