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This enduring collection will have you tapping your feet and raising your voice, indoors or out.A splendid treasury with an easy-to-read format that provides hours of fun, this fourth edition includes several new songs.Down by the Riverside – Traditional Folk Song Flea Fly – Ellen Allard Froggie Went a'Courtin' – Timmy Abell Going On A Bear Hunt – Traditional Chant Going On A Lion Hunt – Kiboomu Kids Songs The Green Grass Grew All Around – Traditional Hello, My Name is Joe – Peter & Ellen Allard I Love the Mountains – Campfire Song Lyrics John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt – Traditional Kumbayah – Traditional African-American Song Little Cabin in the Woods – Traditional The Little Green Frog – Jim Rule The Love Round – Traditional Campfire Song The More We Get Together - Traditional/Jim Rule The More We Get Together - Traditional/Marla Lewis My 25 Favorite Campfire Songs - Denise Gagne Williamson 25 More of My Favorite Campfire Songs - Denise Gagne Williamson The Paw Paw Patch – Traditional Popcorn Chant – Ellen Allard The Riddle Song – Traditional 'Round the Campfire – Kathy Byers Three Short-Necked Buzzards – Traditional/Colleen and Uncle Squaty Sing-A-Ling with Friends – Dan Crow Sleep in a Tent –Wayne Potash Summer Camp - Kid's e Book – Mary Flynn We Circle Around – Traditional Arapaho Native American Song We Shall Not Be Moved – Traditional We've Got the Whole World in Our Hands Who Took The Cookie? Snyder Children of the Lord (Rise and Shine) – Traditional Ezekiel Saw a Wheel – Traditional Father Abraham – Traditional God's Love is Inside Me – Jean and J. From songs of the West to spirituals and gospel hymns, from American folk songs and rounds to sea chanteys, foreign folk songs, and patriotic songs, it brings together these and many other timeless tunes that will evoke and provide delightful childhood memories: Hikers, campers, students, scouts, teachers—and even shy shower singers—who have this in their backpacks, glove compartments, or guitar cases will be ready for instant group or individual entertainment.Irene Maddox has been associated with music in almost every way possible--she has sung, taught music in public schools, been a church accompanist, played professionally in orchestras and Broadway shows; she has performed as a soloist in the United States and Europe in front of symphony orchestras, as part of chamber groups, and as part of a flute-guitar duo.
Mostly easy and beginner stuff, my friends and I all love these songs. Even though I play reggae, I like slower tunes with more than four chords Cat Stevens, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, Bruce Springsteen, Rolling Stones, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Elvis Presley, Lovin' Spoonful, Joe Cocker, Jack Jones... America, Pure Prairie League, John Cougar Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, Marshall Tucker Band, Van Morrison, Dr.Broad spread of 'easy' tunes from some early classic country through to popular stuff from '60ms & 70's onwards Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Neil Young, Beatles, Bob Dylan, Paul Kelly, David Bowie, Misc. some of my favorites, played by chords James Taylor, Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Carole King, Neil Young, Fleetwood Mac, Misc. Hook, Jimmy Buffett, Melissa Etheridge, Little Feat...Christmas, The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Rolling Stones, Eagles, Lady Antebellum... When I was 12 I got my first guitar (electric), and I set out to be the next Eddie Van Halen.And coincidently, just like the category name, my new goal was to learn songs I could play around a campfire that people knew and could sing along to.I have a personal scale of m Elton John, Eagles, James Taylor, Rodney Carrington, Staind, John Denver, R. M, The Eagles, Trace Adkins, Paul Simon, Lonestar, Refreshments, Stephen Bishop... Bee Gees, America, Merle Haggard, Neil Young, Dan Seals, Jimmy Buffett, Bob Marley, Conway Twitty, John Prine, Little Texas, John Denver, Hal Ketchum, Collin Raye...
Collection of artist from America to Firefall to Springsteen to Led Zepplin and Pink Floyd to name a few. Well VERY quickly I realized that was not going to happen.