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  1. Mabei
    E-ri-e Canal by Unknown. E-ri-e Canal is a song written probally sometime during the 's about about life on the Erie Canal. It tells the story of a problem ridden trip from Albany to Buffalo. Like most folk songs, this song has a few variants. The two songs shown below tell roughly the same tale, just slightly different. Audio Versions.
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  2. Vokinos
    Dec 2, - Explore celeshand's board "American Folk Songs", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about American folk songs, Folk song, Songs.8 pins.
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  3. Taushura
    Jun 11,  · From the Caedmon LP Sing Children Sing - Songs Of The United States Of America, released in New York City Opera Children's Chorus, Mildred Hohner, Director. Arranged and Conducted by Robert.
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  4. Voodoocage
    Wet Willie Miscellaneous Erie Canal Erie Canal -traditional American folk song I've got a mule and her name is Sal 15 miles on the Erie Canal She's a good old worker and a good old pal 15 miles on the Erie Canal We've hauled some barges in our day Filled with.
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  5. Dijind
    Feb 01,  · This version of the traditional Erie Canal was recorded first by Johnny (lead vocal and guitar) in Texas. He sent his tracks to Buzz in Maryland who added a.
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  6. Mikagrel
    Sep 12, - Explore kenbrock's board "Cowboy and Western songs", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Songs, Cowboy song and Westerns pins.
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  7. Tudal
    As with most folk songs, the lyrics have changed over time. The most obvious changes from Thomas Allen's original version has been changing the word "years" to "miles". Allen's original version commemorates 15 years of working along the canal with kerbupepulharo.condigovlutocecomdahlconsfreezelhur.infoinfo: Thomas S. Allen,
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  8. Arashigor
    The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: kerbupepulharo.condigovlutocecomdahlconsfreezelhur.infoinfo I've got a mule and her name is Sal Fifteen miles on the Erie Canal She's a good old worker and a good old pal Fifteen miles on the Erie Canal We hauled some barges in our day Filled with lumber, coal and hay We know every inch of the way From Albany to Bufallo Low bridge, everybody down Low bridge, we're coming to a town You'll.
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