Peggy Seeger
Song compositions by theme
January 2015 tributes

---------The Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl Archive---------at Ruskin College Oxford

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04. Coal mining communities [INDEX]

Ballad of Springhill, The [1958] [7] [17] © 1963
Born in West Virginia, I've lived here all my life (Buffalo Holler) [1972] © 1992
Buffalo Holler [1972] [19] © 1992
Cambrian Colliery Disaster [1965] © 1968
In the town of Springhill, Nova Scotia (Ballad of Springhill, The) [1958] [7] [17] © 1963
Springhill Mine (Mining) Disaster [1958] [7] [17] © 1963
Thirty-one voices cried out in the darkness (Cambrian Colliery Disaster) [1965] © 1968
Women left the kitchen sink, left the beds unmade (Women's Union) [1986] © 1992
Women's Union [1986] © 1992

06. Family celebrations and concerns: [INDEX]
weddings, children, chores , weight problems, death, bereavement

Autumn Wedding [1995] [33] © 1995
Different Tunes [1988] [26a] © 1992
Enough Is Enough [1981] [38] [16] © 1992
Getting It Right [1991] [21] © 1992
Heading for Home [1999] [34] © 1999
I love those who labour (Song of Myself) [1968] [19] [19a] © 1992
Joe and Mika's Wedding [1992] © 1992
Just about a year ago, Mika fell in love with Joe (Joe and Mika's Wedding) [1992] © 1992
Little Girl Child [1978] [5] [19a] [26a] © 1992
Little girl child, your mammy wants to sing you a song (Little Girl Child) [1978] [5] [19a] [26a] © 1992
Lost [1989] [26] © 1992
Lost, I lost my virgin treasure (Lost) [1989] [26] © 1992
Lullabye for a Very New Baby [1973] [6] [26a] © 1992
My face to the sky, my back to the wind (Heading for Home) [1999] [34] © 1999
My mother was exotic, she was like a gypsy queen (Different Tunes) [1988] [26a] © 1992
My Son [1970] [19a] [24] © 1992
New Spring Morning [1985] [21] © 1992
O, I'm a young woman that's just hitting forty (Song for Calum) [1975] [3] [19a] © 1992
O, the summer was long and the autumn too (Lullabye for a Very New Baby) [1973] [6] [26a] © 1992
Old Friend [1995] [26] © 1995
Old friend, comrade of mine (Old Friend) [1995] [26] © 1995
On This Very Day [1994] [26] © 1994
On this very day some folks passed away (On This Very Day) [1994] [26] © 1994
Once Again [1989] [21] © 1992
Something always keeps you scurrying (Enough Is Enough) [1981] [38] [16] © 1992
Song for Calum [1975] [3] [19a] © 1992
Song of Myself [1968] [19] [19a] © 1992
Strike up the music, the fiddlers are waiting (Autumn Wedding) [1995] [33] © 1995
Thank you for the long, long summer days (Once Again) [1989] [21] © 1992
We were a new spring morning (New Spring Morning) [1985] [21] © 1992
When first I saw you, your life had just begun (My Son) [1970] [19a] [24] © 1992
You were never what I wanted (Getting It Right) [1991] [21] © 1992

08. Ireland and Irish roots [INDEX]

Belfast Mother [1985] © 1992
Every four years an election comes round (Votecatcher in the Rye) [1984] © 1992
Her voice rang out from the Divis Flats (Belfast Mother) [1985] © 1992
If you want to see (It's a Natural Thing) [1990] © 1992
It's a Natural Thing [1990] © 1992
Londonderry Down [1968] © 1969
Votecatcher in the Rye [1984] © 1992
When first I came to Derry, boys (Londonderry Down) [1968] © 1969

09. Workers' Rights: [INDEX]
Unemployment, Housework, Unions

A is for altar where we go astray (Housewife's Alphabet) [1976] [26] © 1992
Better Life, A [1990] [26] © 1992
Born rich in the womb (Union Woman II) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
For a Job [1992] [26] © 1992
Gonna Be an Engineer [1971] [19a] © 1979
He'd give the world for a job (For a Job) [1992] [26] © 1992
Housewife's Alphabet [1976] [26] © 1992
If You Want a Better Life [1990] [26] © 1992
If you want a better life, you got to make a change (If You Want a Better Life) [1990] [26] © 1992
I'm Gonna Be an Engineer [1971] [5] [19a] [26a] © 1979
Lady, what do you do all day? (Lady, What Do You Do All Day?) [1978] [5] [19a] © 1992
Lady, What Do You Do All Day? [1978] [5] [19a] © 1992
Mister Wadleigh, I'm leaving (R.S.I.) [1987] [26a] © 1992
R.S.I [1987] [26a] © 1992
09Sing About These Hard Times [2004] [36] © 2004
Twenty Years [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Twenty years to teach her all she needs to know (Twenty Years) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Union Woman II [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
When I was a little girl I wished I was a boy (I'm Gonna Be an Engineer) [1971] [5] [19a] [26] © 1979

10. Male and female roles: [INDEX]
sexual equality & discrimination; domestic violence

A is for altar where we go astray (Housewife's Alphabet) [1976] [26] © 1992
Before you pour the wine out (You Don't Know How Lucky You Are) [1990] [21] © 1992
B-Side [1988] [26a] © 1992
Dangerous Women [1988] [26a] © 1992
Darling Annie [1971] [19] [26a] © 1992
Davy [2004] [35] © 2004
Different Therefore Equal [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Emily [1977] [4] [26] © 1992
Everyone Knows [1994] [26] © 1994
Everyone knows you can't trust a woman (Everyone Knows) [1994] [26] © 1994
Girls, don't hanker for bouquets and veils (Talking Matrimony Blues) [1978] [5] © 1992
Give 'Em an Inch [1987] [21] © 1992
Gonna Be an Engineer [1971] [19a] © 1979
He was sitting at the bar when she came walking in (Vital Statistics) [1992] [26] © 1992
Here's a little song about Winnie (Winnie and Sam) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Housewife's Alphabet [1976] [26] © 1992
I didn't know very much about men (My Friend Pat) [1988] © 1992
I don't want the boy with the long brown hair (Judge's Chair, The) [1989] [26] © 1992
If you can't be careful, try to be good (Nine-Month Blues) [1976] [5] [26a] © 1992
If you'll marry me, I'll give you everything I have (Darling Annie) [1971] [19] [26a] © 1992
I'm Gonna Be an Engineer [1971] [5] [19a] [26a] © 1979
Is a father better than a mother? (Different Therefore Equal) [1978] [26a] © 1992
It's like this, Davy is my good friend (Davy) [2004] [35] © 2004
Judge's Chair, The [1989] [26] © 1992
Lady, what do you do all day? (Lady, What Do You Do All Day?) [1978] [5] [19a] © 1992
Lady, What Do You Do All Day? [1978] [5] [19a] © 1992
Left-Wing Wife [1991] [26] © 1992
Little Girl Child [1978] [5] [19a] [26a] © 1992
Little girl child, your mammy wants to sing you a song (Little Girl Child) [1978] [5] [19a] [26a] © 1992
Mister Wadleigh, I'm leaving (R.S.I.) [1987] [26a] © 1992
My Friend Pat [1988] © 1992
Nine-Month Blues [1976] [26a] © 1992
Once we were single, once we were young (Emily) [1977] [4] [26] © 1992
R.S.I [1987] [26a] © 1992
Reclaim the Night [1979] [5] [26a] © 1992
Talking Matrimony Blues [1978] [5] © 1992
The man waited, the woman groaned (Give 'Em an Inch) [1987] [21] © 1992
The men of God have come ashore (Turncoat) [1994] [26a] © 1993
Though Eve was made from Adam's rib (Reclaim the Night) [1979] [5] [26a] © 1992
Turncoat [1994] [26a] © 1993
Twenty Years [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Twenty years to teach her all she needs to know (Twenty Years) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Vital Statistics [1992] [26] © 1992
When I was a little girl I wished I was a boy (I'm Gonna Be an Engineer) [1971] [5] [19a] [26] © 1979
When the phone began to ring (Left-Wing Wife) [1991] [26] © 1992
Winnie and Sam [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Women left the kitchen sink, left the beds unmade (Women's Union) [1986] © 1992
Women's Union [1986] © 1992
You Don't Know How Lucky You Are [1990] [21] © 1992
You men Out There [1995] [26] © 1995
You men out there, you've shown real strength (You Men Out There) [1995] [26] © 1995
You were never what I wanted (Getting It Right) [1991] [21] © 1992

11. Love songs [INDEX]

Before you pour the wine out (You Don't Know How Lucky You Are) [1990] [21] © 1992
Birds of a Feather [1999] [33] © 1999
Call On Your Name [1996] [33] © 1996
Da Dee Da Da [1990] [26] © 1992
Darling Annie [1971] [19] [26a] © 1992
Garden of Flowers [1989] [19a] [21] © 1992
Here and now is yours and mine (Birds of a Feather) [1999] [33] © 1999
High in the hills where the valley hides (Night Song) [1990] [21] © 1992
I used to think that love was blind (Primrose Hill) [1991] [21] [33] © 1992
If you'll marry me, I'll give you everything I have (Darling Annie) [1971] [19] [26a] © 1992
I'll never go back to London again (I'll Never Go Back to London Again) [1958]
I'll Never Go Back to London Again [1958] © 1992
It was in the month of sweet July (Jimmy Gray) [1971] [19] © 1992
Jimmy Gray [1971] [19] © 1992
Love Affair [1999] [33] © 1999
Love Call Me Home [2001] [36] © 2001
Love Unbidden [1990] [26]© 1992
Love Will Linger On [1997] [33] © 1997
Love: unbidden, unwelcome friend (Love Unbidden) [1990] [26] © 1992
Lying here in the dark, wishing it was day (So Long Since I Been Home) [1992] [26] © 1992
Morning Comes Too Soon [1990] [21] © 1992
My arms went round her waist and hip (When Lovers Hide the Keys) [1994] © 1994
My Love and I Are One [1961] © 1963
New Spring Morning [1985] [21] © 1992
Night Song [1990] [21] © 1992
Nightshift [1970] [17] © 1992
Now...now when the moon is high in the sky (Love Will Linger On) [1997] [33] © 1997
On Monday night he came to my door (Nightshift) [1970] [17] © 1992
Once Again [1989] [21] © 1992
Parted [1961] [23: A Lover's Garland - INT 13061] © 1963
Primrose Hill [1991] [21] [33] © 1992
So Long Since I Been Home [1992] [26] © 1992
Thank you for the long, long summer days (Once Again) [1989] [21] © 1992
That's How the World Goes On [1988] [9: Familiar Faces BR 1069] © 1992
There once was a time when your heart and mine (Call On Your Name) [1996] [33] © 1996
They live in the garden of flowers (Garden of Flowers) [1989] [19a] [21] © 1992
Think of you, I'm sloshy-slishy (Da Dee Da Da ) [1990] [26] Love: unbidden, unwelcome friend (Love Unbidden) [1990] [26] © 1992
Thoughts of Time [1976] [3] [16] [19a] © 1992
We were a new spring morning (New Spring Morning) [1985] [21] © 1992
When a miner gets old, he leaves the coal-face (That's How the World Goes On) [1988] [9: Familiar Faces BR 1069] © 1992
When first we loved and when our life was new (Thoughts of Time) [1976] [3] [16] [19a] © 1992
When I lie all night with you (Morning Comes Too Soon) [1990] [21] © 1992
When Lovers Hide the Keys [1994] © 1994
When the waters are deep (Love Call Me Home) [2001] [36] © 2001
Where are the flowers, the flowers that open (My Love and I Are One) [1961] © 1963
Winter dawn, summer noon (Love Affair) [1999] [33] © 1999
You Don't Know How Lucky You Are [1990] [21] © 1992

12. Places [INDEX]

Abbey Wood Roads [1967] © 1992
Heading for Home [1999] [34] © 1999
Home, Sweet Home [2005] [38] © 2005
Lying here in the dark, wishing it was day (So Long Since I Been Home) [1992] [26] © 1992
My face to the sky, my back to the wind (Heading for Home) [1999] [34] © 1999
O, once I lived in London Town (Abbey Wood Roads) [1967] © 1992
So Long Since I Been Home [1992] [26] © 1992

13. Life and Leisure [INDEX]

Enough Is Enough [1981] [38] [16] © 1992
Heading for Home [1999] [34] © 1999
I've been around a long time (What a Life!) [1997] © 1997
My face to the sky, my back to the wind (Heading for Home) [1999] [34] © 1999
Nightshift [1970] [17] © 1992
On Monday night he came to my door (Nightshift) [1970] [17] © 1992
Once Again [1989] [21] © 1992
Sing About These Hard Times [2004] [36] © 2004
Something always keeps you scurrying (Enough Is Enough) [1981] [38] [16] © 1992
Swing me high, swing me low [1991] © 1992
Thank you for the long, long summer days (Once Again) [1989] [21] © 1992
That's How the World Goes On [1988] [9: Familiar Faces BR 1069] © 1992
What a Life! [1997] © 1997
When a miner gets old, he leaves the coal-face (That's How the World Goes On) [1988] [9: Familiar Faces BR 1069] © 1992

15. Health and Disability: [INDEX]
celebration, illness, smoking, body image, RSI, disabled rights

Come Fill Up Your Glasses [1960] [17] © 1963
Come fill up your glasses with whisky and beer (Come Fill Up Your Glasses) [1960] © 1963
Fill Up Your Glasses [1960] © 1963
Free World [1993] [26] © 1994
Garden of Flowers [1989] [19a] [21] © 1992
Getting It Right [1991] [21] © 1992
I like Mrs. Bridge's, I go to Mrs. Bridge's (It's a Free World) [1993] [26] © 1994
If you want to grow tobacco (Polonium 2-1-0) [1986] [21] © 1992
I'm a woman on wheels, but I still got my brain (Woman on Wheels) [1987] [26a] © 1992
It's a Free World [1993] [26] © 1994
Mister Wadleigh, I'm leaving (R.S.I.) [1987] [26a] © 1992
Polonium 2-1-0 [1986] [21] [8] © 1992
R.S.I [1987] [26a] © 1992
They live in the garden of flowers (Garden of Flowers) [1989] [19a] [21] © 1992
Woman on Wheels [1987] [26a] © 1992

16. Accidents [INDEX]

Ballad of Springhill, The [1958] [7] [17] © 1963
Born in West Virginia, I've lived here all my life (Buffalo Holler) [1972] © 1992
Buffalo Holler [1972] [19] © 1992
Cambrian Colliery Disaster [1965] © 1968
In the town of Springhill, Nova Scotia (Ballad of Springhill, The) [1958] [7] [17] © 1963
Lifeboat Mona [1959] [17] © 1963
Springhill Mine (Mining) Disaster [1958] [7] [17] © 1963
The wind did blow and the sea rose up (Lifeboat Mona) [1959] [17] © 1963
Thirty-one voices cried out in the darkness (Cambrian Colliery Disaster) [1965] © 1968

17. Nuclear Energy [INDEX]

If You Want the Bomb [1985] [8: Items of News] © 1992
If you want the bomb, one of your very ownium (If You Want the Bomb) [1985] [8: Items of News] © 1992
Invader, The [1978] [4] [14a: Folk On 2] © 1992
On the first six days we lived in trees (Invader, The) [1978] [4] [14a] © 1992
Sellafield Child [1989] [26] [19b] [14] © 1992
The trolley goes fast, life goes slow (Sellafield Child) [1989] [14] [19b] [26] © 1992

18. War, Peace: [INDEX]
Nuclear weapons, Vietnam, Iraq etc; Protests: Greenham

Better Things [1956] [17] © 1963
Carry Greenham Home [1983] [26a] © 1992
Four foot eleven standing tall and strong [2003] (Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard) [35] © 2003
Four-Minute Warning [1980] [6] © 1992
Good War, A [1991] [21] © 1992
Hand in hand, the line extends (Carry Greenham Home) [1983] [26a] © 1992
I know where my pleasures lie (Tomorrow) [1984] © 1992
If you go to Little Bookham (Please, Mr. Reagan) [1982] [16] © 1992
If You Want the Bomb [1985] [8: Items of News] © 1992
If you want the bomb, one of your very ownium (If You Want the Bomb) [1985] [8: Items of News] © 1992
I'm a woman on wheels, but I still got my brain (Woman on Wheels) [1987] [26a] © 1992
Imagine a city, imagine a tower (Four-Minute Warning) [1980] [6] © 1992
Jimmy Massey [2004] [37] © 2005
Kind friends, I want to warn you (Better Things) [1956] [17] © 1963
L.B.J., what do you say? (L.B.J., What Do You Say?) [1965] © 1994
L.B.J., What Do You Say? [1965] © 1994
March with Us Today [1958] [18] © 1963
O, I heard a man in the street (March with Us Today) [1958] [18] © 1963
Please, Mr. Reagan [1982] [16] © 1992
Plutonium Factor [1980] [6] © 1992
The problem is elemental, easy to understand (Plutonium Factor) [1980] [6] © 1992
There's Better Things for You [1956] [17] © 1963
Tomorrow [1984] [8: Items of News - BR 1067] © 1992
Uncle Sam done changed his status (Uncle Sam) [1970] [24] © 1992
Uncle Sam done changed his status (Uncle Sam) [1970] [24] © 1992
When I Was Young [1957] [18] © 1963
When I was young I loved a lad (When I Was Young) [1957] © 1963
Woman on Wheels [1987] [26a] © 1992

19. The Law: [INDEX]
campaigns [1] for justice / equality / civil rights [2] anti-smoking

As true a story I'll relate (Hey Ho, Cook and Rowe!) [1960] [18] © 1963
Ballad of Jimmy Wilson, The [1958] [18] © 1963
B-Side [1988] [26a] © 1992
Dangerous Women [1988] [26a] © 1992
Early every year the seeds are growing (Song of Choice) [1967] [19a] [24] © 1992
Four foot eleven standing tall and strong [2003] (Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard) [35] © 2003
Free World [1993] [26] © 1994
Hey Ho, Cook and Rowe! [1960] [18] © 1963
I don't want the boy with the long brown hair (Judge's Chair, The) [1989] [26] © 1992
I had a little sparrow, my little bird, Murielita (Missing) [1987] [26a] © 1992
I like Mrs. Bridge's, I go to Mrs. Bridge's (It's a Free World) [1993] [26] © 1994
If you want to see (It's a Natural Thing) [1990] © 1992
I'm a woman on wheels, but I still got my brain (Woman on Wheels) [1987] [26a] © 1992
In Alabama, nineteen fifty-eight (Ballad of Jimmy Wilson, The) [1958] [18] © 1963
It's a Free World [1993] [26] © 1994
It's a Natural Thing [1990] © 1992
Judge's Chair, The [1989] [26] © 1992
Legal Illegal {Peggy's new version of Ewan's classic} [2005] [38] © 2005
Missing [1987] [26a] © 1992
Murielita / Missing [1987] [26a] © 1992
Name the comrades still in prison (We Remember) [1989] [4] [14] © 1992
Naming of Names [1989] [4] [14] © 1992
Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard [2003] [35] © 2003
Prisons [1986] © 1992
Prisons II [2005] [38] © 2005
Shall we go down to Barclays Bank (Villains' Chorus, The) [1984] © 1992
Song of Choice [1967] [19a] [24] © 1992
There's something I've always wanted to say to you men [B-Side] [1988] [26a] © 1992
Villains' Chorus, The [1984] © 1992
We Are the Young Ones [1970] [24] © 1992
We Remember [1989] [4] [14] © 1992
Where have all the felons gone? (Where Have All the Felons Gone?) [1965] © 1961 Sanga Music, inc.,
Woman on Wheels [1987] [26a] © 1992
You sat us down in a schoolroom (We Are the Young Ones) [1970] [24] © 1992
Young Ones. The [1970] [24] © 1992

20. People and role models [INDEX]

As true a story I'll relate (Hey Ho, Cook and Rowe!) [1960] [18] © 1963
Bill [1986] © 1992
Billy and George and Me [1966] © 1992
Born rich in the womb (Union Woman II) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Che Guevara [1968] [24] © 1992
Diana [2005] [38] © 2005
Emily [1977] [4] [26] © 1992
Fitzroy Coleman [1958] © 1992
Four foot eleven standing tall and strong [2003] (Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard) [35] © 2003
Harry Paine's no friend of mine (Harry's Eats) [1979] © 1992
Harry's Eats [1979] © 1992
Here's a little song about Winnie (Winnie and Sam) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Heseltiny Moon [1990] © 1994
Heseltiny moon, keep shining (Heseltiny Moon) [1990] © 1994
Hey Ho, Cook and Rowe! [1960] [18] © 1963
I didn't know very much about men (My Friend Pat) [1988] © 1992
I love those who labour (Song of Myself) [1968] [19] [19a] © 1992
I went to the hootenanny last night (Fitzroy Coleman) [1958] © 1992
I'm a woman on wheels, but I still got my brain (Woman on Wheels) [1987] [26a] © 1992
Jimmy Massey [2004] [37] © 2005
Jimmy Wilson [1958] [19]
Landlord's Nine Questions, The [1960] © 1963
Left-Wing Wife [1991] [26] © 1992
Mister Wadleigh, I'm leaving (R.S.I.) [1987] [26a] © 1992
My Friend Pat [1988] © 1992
Name the comrades still in prison (We Remember) [1989] [4] [14] © 1992
Naming of Names [1989] [4] [14] © 1992
Nelson Mandela so long in prison (No More) [1986] [13: White Wind, Black Tide - BSC 2 / cassette] © 1992
No More [1986] [13: White Wind, Black Tide - BSC 2 / cassette] © 1992
Old Friend [1995] [26] © 1995
Old friend, comrade of mine (Old Friend) [1995] [26] © 1995
Once we were single, once we were young (Emily) [1977] [4] [26] © 1992
Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard [2003] [35] © 2003
R.S.I [1987] [26a] © 1992
Song for Charles Parker [1980] © 1992
Song of Myself [1968] [19] [19a] © 1992
The hunt is over, the hounds are weary (Che Guevara) [1968] [24] © 1992
There never was a winter yet (Billy and George and Me) [1966] © 1992
Time, your game is hard to learn (Song for Charles Parker) [1980] © 1992
Union Woman II [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
We Remember [1989] [4] [14] © 1992
When the phone began to ring (Left-Wing Wife) [1991] [26] © 1992
Winnie and Sam [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Woman on Wheels [1987] [26a] © 1992

21. Politics and Society - Britain [INDEX]

A good war is just what they need (Good War, A) [1991] [21] © 1992
Affair of State [1963] © 1968
Belfast Mother [1985] © 1992
Body Language [1993] © 1993
Born rich in the womb (Union Woman II) [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Brother, here's a little deal (Affair of State) [1963] © 1968
Can't pay your poll tax, don't know what to do? (15 Ways to Beat the Poll Tax) [1990] © 1992
Can't Pay, Won't Pay [1990] © 1992
Carry Greenham Home [1983] [26a] © 1992
Dead Men, The [1968] [24] © 1992
Dustmen's Strike 1969 [1969] © 1992
Fifteen Ways to Beat the Poll Tax [1990] © 1992
Follow Harold round the Bend [1966] © 1992
Forty-five, Eighty-five [1985] © 1992
Four-Minute Warning [1980] [6] © 1992
Goodbye, Maggie [1990] © 1992
Goodbye, Maggie, now you're leaving (Goodbye, Maggie) [1990] © 1992
Hand in hand, the line extends (Carry Greenham Home) [1983] [26a] © 1992
Harold the Bootblack [1965] © 1968
Hello Friend [1969] [24] © 1992
Hello Friend [1969] [24] © 1992
Her voice rang out from the Divis Flats (Belfast Mother) [1985] © 1992
Heseltine [1990] © 1992
Heseltiny Moon [1990] © 1994
Heseltiny moon, keep shining (Heseltiny Moon) [1990] © 1994
I know where my pleasures lie (Tomorrow) [1984] © 1992
I love to get up in the dark or the rain (Dustmen's Strike 1969) [1969] © 1992
I Think Our Police Are Wonderful [1984] © 1992
I work all week as hard and I can (Out of My Pocket) [1974] © 1992
If you go to Little Bookham (Please, Mr. Reagan) [1982] [16] © 1992
I'm a woman on wheels, but I still got my brain (Woman on Wheels) [1987] [26a] © 1992
I'm going to pay the poll tax (Just the Tax for Me) [1989] [14] © 1992
Imagine a city, imagine a tower (Four-Minute Warning) [1980] [6] © 1992
In a cavern, in a canyon excavated for a mine (Heseltine) [1990] © 1992
In forty-five the time was ripe (Forty-five, Eighty-five) [1985] © 1992
Isn't it time to go, John? (Isn't It Time to Go, John?) [1993] © 1993
Isn't It Time to Go, John? [1993] © 1993
It's All Happening Now [1968] © 1969
Just the Tax for Me [1989] [14] © 1992
Landlord's Nine Questions, The [1960] © 1963
Madam, can you spare a moment? (Matter of Degree, A) [1985] © 1992
Maggie Went Green [1989] [14] [19b] © 1992
Maggie went green, green, green (Maggie Went Green) [1989] [14] [19b] © 1992
Matter of Degree, A [1985] © 1992
Mister Wadleigh, I'm leaving (R.S.I.) [1987] [26a] © 1992
My name it is Harold the Bootblack (Harold the Bootblack) [1965] © 1968
My old man's a dustman (My Old Man's a Dustman) [1967] © Tyler Music (new words Peggy Seeger)
My Old Man's a Dustman [1967]
O, his clothes are clean and neat (They Sent a Boy to Downing Street) [1990] © 1992
O, when I was a little girl my mother used to say (Sentimental Journey) [1965] © 1968
Once there was a battle on the box (Body Language) [1993] © 1993
One Step, Two Step [1989] © 1992
One step, two step, Kinnock's little dance (One Step, Two Step) [1989] © 1992
Out of My Pocket [1974] © 1992
Party, The [1993] © 1993
Please, Mr. Reagan [1982] [16] © 1992
Plutonium Factor [1980] [6] © 1992
Poverty's prison has no bars (Prisons) [1986] © 1992
Prisons [1986] © 1992
R.S.I [1987] [26a] © 1992
Sentimental Journey [1965] © 1968
Shall we go down to Barclays Bank (Villains' Chorus, The) [1984] © 1992
The old year goes and the new comes in (It's All Happening Now) [1968] © 1969
The poll tax blues is can't pay, won't pay (Can't Pay, Won't Pay) [1990] © 1992
The problem is elemental, easy to understand (Plutonium Factor) [1980] [6] © 1992
The rain runs down through London town (Dead Men, The) [1968] [24] © 1992
There's something I've always wanted to say to you men [B-Side] [1988] [26a] © 1992
They Sent a Boy to Downing Street [1990] © 1992
This song is about a big Party (Party, The) [1993] © 1993
Tomorrow [1984] [8: Items of News - BR 1067] © 1992
Union Woman II [1978] [5] [26a] © 1992
Villains' Chorus, The [1984] © 1992
We the ship and he the weather (Follow Harold round the Bend) [1966] © 1992
Where have all the felons gone? (Where Have All the Felons Gone?) [1965] © 1961 Sanga Music, inc.,
Woman on Wheels [1987] [26a] © 1992
Women left the kitchen sink, left the beds unmade (Women's Union) [1986] © 1992
Women's Union [1986] © 1992

22. Politics and Society - USA [INDEX]

A good war is just what they need (Good War, A) [1991] [21] © 1992
A lovely little island, set in a southern sea (Lovely Little Island, A) [1984] © 1992
At last she's made the final leap (Vote for Leni Sitnick) [1997] © 1997
Big Man [1973] © 1992
Bush has gone to Rio with a bag of tricks (Bush Has Gone to Rio) [1992] © 1992
Bush went to Kyoto [2004] [35] © 2004
Cavemen [2004] [35] © 2004
El Salvador [1984] [8: Items of News - BR 1067] © 1992
Every four years an election comes round (Votecatcher in the Rye) [1984] © 1992
Go Easy on Him [2004] [35] © 2004
Good War, A [1991] [21] © 1992
Here are words of wisdom (Watergate) [1973] © 1992
He's a bad man, he's a mad man [Go Easy on Him] [2004] [35] © 2004
He's the big man—well, he sure looks big to me (Big Man) [1973] © 1992
I'm gonna sing about things that are wrong (Manner of the World Nowadays) [1973] © 1992
Items of News [1984] [8: Items of News]] © 1992
Jimmy Massey [2004] [37] © 2005
Jimmy Wilson [1958] [19]
Just because [1990] © 1992
Just beCAUSE he has an army and a navy (Just because) [1990] © 1992
L.B.J., what do you say? (L.B.J., What Do You Say?) [1965] © 1994
Living by proxy in the half-light (Items of News) [1984] [8: Items of News] © 1992
Lovely Little Island, A [1984] © 1992
Manner of the World Nowadays [1973] © 1992
N is for nobody … Dick's his first name (N Is for Nobody) [1971] © 1992
Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard [2003] [35] © 2003
Poverty's prison has no bars (Prisons) [1986] © 1992
Presidential Bodyguard [1988] © 1992
Sing About These Hard Times [2004] [36] © 2004
The presidential bodyguard, also the C.I.A. (Presidential Bodyguard) [1988] © 1992
Time to Be Moving On [2005] [38] © 2005
Uncle Sam [1970] [24] © 1992
Uncle Sam [1970] [24] © 1992
Vote for Leni Sitnick! [1997] © 1997
Votecatcher in the Rye [1984] © 1992
Watergate [1973] © 1992
Yankee Doodle 1993 [1993] © 1993
Yankee Doodle's marching south (Yankee Doodle 1993) [1993] © 1993

23. Politics and Society - other countries [INDEX]

A lovely little island, set in a southern sea (Lovely Little Island, A) [1984] © 1992
Che Guevara [1968] [24] © 1992
El Salvador [1984] [8: Items of News - BR 1067] © 1992
I had a little sparrow, my little bird, Murielita (Missing) [1987] [26a] © 1992
Items of News [1984] [8: Items of News]] © 1992
Just because [1990] © 1992
Just beCAUSE he has an army and a navy (Just because) [1990] © 1992
Living by proxy in the half-light (Items of News) [1984] [8: Items of News] © 1992
Lovely Little Island, A [1984] © 1992
Missing [1987] [26a] © 1992
Murielita / Missing [1987] [26a] © 1992
The hunt is over, the hounds are weary (Che Guevara) [1968] [24] © 1992

24. Racism and Anti-Apartheid [INDEX]

Bill [1986] © 1992
Boycott Song, The [1963] [26a] © 1992
Crooked Cross [1960] [17] © 1965
Have you seen (Crooked Cross) [1960] [17] © 1965
Hello friend, I see you're a stranger (Hello Friend) [1969] [24] © 1992
I am a busy housewife, I cook and wash and clean (I Support the Boycott) [1963] [26a] © 1992
I Support the Boycott [1963] [26a] © 1992
Jimmy Wilson [1958] [19]
Nelson Mandela so long in prison (No More) [1986] [13: White Wind, Black Tide - BSC 2 / cassette] © 1992
This is the story, the real life story (Bill) [1986] © 1992

25. Environment [INDEX]

A wave of sickness floods the land (Turn Up the Music) [1988] © 1992
Adam and Eve were given two leaves (Wonderful World, A) [1995] [26] © 1995
Baby Song, The [1992] © 1992
Bread and Wine [1990] [21] © 1992
Bush has gone to Rio with a bag of tricks (Bush Has Gone to Rio) [1992] © 1992
Bush went to Kyoto [2004] [35] © 2004
Children, The [1968] [19] © 1992
Curl yourself up in your bed (Wasteland Lullabye) [1970] [24] © 1992
Four-Minute Warning [1980] [6] © 1992
Guilty [1990] [21] © 1992
Imagine a city, imagine a tower (Four-Minute Warning) [1980] [6] © 1992
Invader, The [1978] [4] [14a: Folk On 2] © 1992
Like Splinters (Cavemen) [2004]
Love Song to the Earth [1986] [26] © 1992
Maggie Went Green [1989] [14] [19b] © 1992
Maggie went green, green, green (Maggie Went Green) [1989] [14] [19b] © 1992
Mother, The [1986] [26] © 1992
No More [1986] [13: White Wind, Black Tide - BSC 2 / cassette] © 1992
On the first six days we lived in trees (Invader, The) [1978] [4] [14a] © 1992
Plutonium Factor [1980] [6] © 1992
Sellafield Child [1989] [26] [19b] [14] © 1992
Slowly, slowly she turns over through the night (Mother, The) [1986] [26] © 1992
The children are born, they bud and they bloom (Children, The) [1968] [19] © 1992
The problem is elemental, easy to understand (Plutonium Factor) [1980] [6] © 1992
The trolley goes fast, life goes slow (Sellafield Child) [1989] [14] [19b] [26] © 1992
The wheat is ready in the field (Bread and Wine) [1990] [21] © 1992
To John and Janet: a daughter (Baby Song, The) [1992] © 1992
Turn Up the Music [1988] [9: Familiar Faces - BR 1069 © 1992
Use It Again [1992] © 1992
Wasteland Lullabye [1970] [24] © 1992
We been ripping up her belly (Guilty) [1990] [21] © 1992
When you peeled that potato, what did you think (Use It Again) [1992] © 1992
Wonderful World, A [1995] [26] © 1995

26. Poverty and Fund-raising [INDEX]

Children, The [1968] [19] © 1992
Items of News [1984] [8: Items of News]] © 1992
Living by proxy in the half-light (Items of News) [1984] [8: Items of News] © 1992
Money is a useful thing (Pay-Up Song) [1977] [4] © 1992
Pay-Up Song [1977] [4] © 1992
Sing About These Hard Times [2004] [36] © 2004
The children are born, they bud and they bloom (Children, The) [1968] [19] © 1992

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