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Lonesome Valley - A Collection of American Folk Music

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Down in the Valley
Artist: Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax, and Tom Glazer
2:35
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The Rambler
Artist: Cisco Houston
3:18
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Arthritis Blues
Artist: Butch Hawes
3:23
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Polly Wolly Doodle
Artist: Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax, and Tom Glazer
1:55
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Lonesome Traveler
Artist: Lee Hays, Pete Seeger, and Bess Lomax
1:55
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On Top of Old Smoky
Artist: Pete Seeger
1:35
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Black Eyed Suzie
Artist: Pete Seeger
2:12
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Cowboy Waltz
Artist: Woody Guthrie
2:06
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Sowing on the Mountain
Artist: Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston
2:29
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