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Roamin' River (Rio Grande) (Friendship)

"Rio Grande," a traditional 19th century sea chantey extolling not America's Southwestern waterway but a Brazilian river of the same name.

Sheep May Safely Graze (J.S. Bach) (Friendship)

The most famous theme from J.S. Bach's secular "Hunting Cantata," BWV 208, composed in Leipzig in 1713 as a commissioned birthday gift for a local German aristocrat.

Smiles (Friendship)

Music by Lee S. Roberts, lyrics by J. Will Callahan, 1917.

Vive La Compagnie (Friendship)

As described on the original sheet music: published by F.D. Benteen, 1844, Baltimore, "Solo & Chorus as sung by the Maryland Cadet's(sic) Glee Club." Never a French song, both words & music apparently originating in America, popular campfire/scout song.

You're Me Pal (Friendship)

"He's Me Pal," sub-titled on the original sheet music as "East Side Love Song. Lyric by Vincent Bryan, Music by Gus Edwards, 1905, early Tin Pan Alley favorite. Edwards, vaudevillian & impresario of a famed children's stage troupe, also penned "School Days," "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon," and "In My Merry Oldsmobile."