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David Michael King -

Song List

Performed solo and/or with The Big Swan Kings

Original Songs

 By David Michael King or Gil Bigenho, Jr.

Title Writer and/or Performer
“Beer, Smoke, Skin and Sweat” David
“Before the First Soldier Died” David
“Burn” Gil
“Carnegie, East Liberty” (lyrics only) David
“Her Facebook Page” David
“I Love This Place (the Library Volunteer Song)” David
“Kill with Civility” David
“Kirkpatrick is My Name” David
“Love Grows Naturally” David
“Make Your Choice” Gil
“The Music Library Blues” (lyrics only) David
“Mr. Foster, Sing” David
“My Love Song” David
“No Millionaires were Harmed” David
“Precious Times” Gil
“Raise the Roof” David
“Reindeer Games” David
“We Could Easily Fall in Love” David
“Whisper” Gil

 

Folk and Popular

“Alone But Not Lonely” Mary Chapin Carpenter
“American Tune” Paul Simon
“City of New Orleans” Steve Goodman/Arlo Guthrie
“Comes a Time” Neil Young
“The Dutchman” Michael Peter Smith
“Eden is Burning” John Mellencamp
“Friend of the Devil” Grateful Dead
“Goodbye Again” John Denver
“Grow Old With Me” John Lennon/Mary Chapin Carpenter
“I Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound” Tom Paxton
“In the Jailhouse Now” Jimmie Rogers
“Long Black Veil” Lefty Frizzell
“Ol’ 55” Tom Waits
“Puff, the Magic Dragon” Peter, Paul and Mary
“There But for Fortune” Phil Ochs
“When I’m 64” Beatles

 

Labor and Social Justice

“Are You Now or Have You Ever Been” Charlie King
“Bread and Roses” James Oppenheim/Caroline Kohsleet
“Fifty-Nine Cents” Fred Small/Bobbie McGee
“Roll the Union On” John L. Handcox/Lee Hays
“Solidarity Forever” Ralph Chaplin
“Two Good Arms” Charlie King
“The Union Buster” Paul McKenna
“Union Maid” Woody Guthrie
“Unions are a Woman’s Best Friend” Harvard Union (HUCTW)
“We Shall Not Be Moved”  
“Which Side Are You On?” Florence Reece

  

Early American Music

“Arkansas Traveler”  
“Ashokan Farewell” Jay Ungar
“Camptown Races” Stephen Foster
“Hard Times Come Again No More” Stephen Foster
“Liberty Hornpipe”  
“Lorena” Henry D. L. Webster
“Mountain Spring Waltz”  
“My Old Kentucky Home” Stephen Foster
“Nelly Bly” Stephen Foster
“Nelly was a Lady” Stephen Foster
“No One to Love” Stephen Foster
“Susanna” Stephen Foster
“Old Joe Clark”  
“St. Ann’s Reel”  
“Staten Island Hornpipe”  
“Where the Old Allegheny and Monongahela Flow” traditional barbershop quartet

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