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Mule Skinner BluesA Dollar DownChisholm TrailWashington Talkin' BluesI Take My PennyDust Storm DisasterWho's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little FeetRace You Down The MountainJesse JamesGypsy DavyPut My Little Shoes AwayJoe Dimaggio Done It AgainMore Pretty Girls Than OneThe Farmer-labor TrainUnion Burying GroundPut Your Finger In The AirIngrid BergmanDeporteesI Ride An Old PaintBirds & ShipsTake A Whiff On MeAt My Window Sad & LonelyCocaine BluesThe Unwelcome GuestWake UpTalking Fishing BluesHoneyky HanukaVanzetti's LetterLittle Black TrainHouse Of The Rising SunI Ain't Got NobodyCalifornia StarsHang KnotHard Ain't It HardJarama ValleyRambling RoundHoodoo VoodooDusty Old Dust (so Long It's Been Good To Know Yuh)Hesitating BeautyDear Mrs. RooseveltSo Long (it's Been Good To Know You)East Texas RedJackhammer JohnDust Bowl BluesWill You Miss Me?Dance A Little LongerDust Can't Kill MeWorried Man BluesNew York TownA Picture From Life's Other SideWhy, Oh Why?Cumberland GapTalking Sailor BluesShip In The SkyLindberghTalking Hard WorkPhiladelphia LawyerGoing Down The Road Feeling BadStackoleePoor LazarusLittle Boxes Beatnik VersionLudlow MassacrePoor BoyPretty Boy FloydDo-Re-MiBaltimore To WashingtonDanville GirlCar SongThis Land Is Your LandSinking Of The Reuben JamesWhen That Great Ship Went Down1914 MassacreGrand Coulee DamStepstoneSally Goodin'
Related Information for Woody Guthrie Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie (July 14, 1912–October 3, 1967) was an American songwriter and folk musician. Guthrie's musical legacy consists of hundreds of songs, ballads and improvised works covering topics from political themes to traditional songs to children's songs. Guthrie performed continually throughout his life with his guitar frequently displaying the slogan "This Machine Kills Fascists". Guthrie is perhaps best known for his song "This Land Is Yo.. read more