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The Sierra Club survival songbook
The Sierra Club survival songbook
Morse, Jim, compiler.
Publication Information:
San Francisco : Sierra Club [1971]
Physical Description:
143 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
General Note:
Melodies with chord symbols.
Amazon song -- Black waters -- Cannonsville dam -- Castles in the air -- (The) Cement octopus -- Children's house -- Coming of the roads -- Coyote, my little brother -- (The) Day the freeway froze -- DDT on my brain -- Don't --Don't dump it in the river! -- (The) Emperor's nightingale -- (The) Faucets are dripping -- From way up here -- Garbage -- Give me back my cool clear water -- God bless the grass -- Goin' down the road feelin' bad -- Goodbye to the 30 ft. trailer -- (The) Hand of man -- Here come the beautiful people -- Johnny's lullaby -- Lamoille River song -- Lead poison on the wall -- Let it be -- Little boxes -- Loneliness -- Love our river again -- Ma Barker's little acre -- Manhattan, Manhattan -- My dirty stream -- My land is a good land -- My rainbow race -- Old devil time -- Once there was -- Orphans of wealth -- Over the hills -- (The) People are scratching -- (The) Pill -- (The) Plodder seam -- Pollution -- Preserven el parque elysian -- Seventy miles -- Simpson Creek won't never run clear again -- (The) Song of the world's last whale -- (The) Stream goes meandering -- Tapestry -- There'll come a time -- They can't put it back -- Turn! turn! turn! (To everything there is a season) -- We can't get there from here -- We will all go together when we go -- We'll all be a-doubling -- We're using up the world -- What am I doin' here? -- What have they done to the rain? -- When you were young -- Whose garden was this?.
Format :
Musical Score