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Pop Culture Madness Reviews are Brought To You By You Buying Stuff Through Our Amazon Links! 1. Good Morning to All (Happy Birthday To You) - 1893
2. Amazing Grace - 1800
3. Jingle Bells - 1857 (by James Pierpont)
4. Old MacDonald Had A Farm - 1859
5. Camptown Races - 1850 (Stephen Foster)
6. Mary Had a Little Lamb - (1830 Lyrics)
7. Rock-a-bye Baby - 1884 (by Effie I. Canning)
8. Alphabet Song - 1834 (copyrighted by C. Bradlee, it's probably older)
9. Wedding March - 1844 (by Felix Mendelssohn, from A Midsummer Night's Dream)
10. William Tell Overture - 1829
11. Semper Fidelis - 1886 (by John Philip Sousa)
12. (Oh Dem) Golden Slippers - 1879
13. Stars and Stripes Forever - 1897 (by Sousa)
14. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again - 1863 (by Louis Lambert & Patrick Gilmore)
15. Chopsticks - 1877
16. The Battle Hymn of the Republic - 1862 (by Julia Ward Howe)
17. While Strolling Through The Park One Day - 1884 (by Ed Haley)
18. Can Can - 1858 (by Offenbach)
19. When The Saints Go Marching In - 1896 (by Katherine E. Purvis & James M. Black)
20. Row Row Row Your Boat - 1881
21. Funeral March (Pray For The Dead and the Dead Will Pray For You...) - 1840
22. Fur Elise - 1810 (by Beethoven)
23. I've Been Working on the Railroad - 1894
24. She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain - 1899
25. Oh! Susanna - 1848 (by Stephen Foster)
Pop Culture Madness Reviews are Brought To You By You Buying Stuff Through Our Amazon Links! 26. Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! - 1861
27. America (God Shed His Grace On Thee) words - 1832
28. I've Been Working On The Railroad - 1894 (copyright, is probably older)
29. Dixie's Land (aka Dixie) - 1860
30. Home, Sweet Home - 1823 (by John Howard Payne)
31. Joy to the World - 1839 (by Handel)
32. A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight - 1896
33. Alouette -1879
34. O Where O Where Has My Little Dog Gone - 1864 (by James Bland) 35. Turkey In De Straw - 1834
36. Funiculi Funicula - 1880
37. Polly Wolly Doodle (All The Day) - 1883 (copyright, is probably older)
38. Reveille - 1890
39. Gloria - 1890 (by Mozart)
40. (Oh My Darling) Clementine - 1863 (by Percy Montrose & H S. Thompson)
41. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - 1872
42. Onward, Christian Soldiers - 1871 (by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould & Sir Arthur Sullivan)
43. The Yellow Rose of Texas - 1858
44. O Little Town of Bethlehem - 1868
45. Buffalo Gals - 1844 (heard in film, It's a Wonderful Life. Malcom McClaren did it in the 1980s too)
46. My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean - 1881
47. Blue Danube Waltz - 1867 (by J.S. Strauss)
48. Shoo Fly Don't Bother Me - 1869
49. Rock of Ages - 1832 (by Hastings)
50. Au Clair de la Lune - 1811
51. Morning - 1890 (by Luse)
52. Home on the Range - 1873 (by Daniel Kelly & Brewster M. Higley)
53. King Cotton March - 1895
54. (I Dream Of) Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair - 1854 (by Stephen Foster)
55. (Gimme That) Old Time Religion - 1865
56. Song Of India - 1897 (by Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov)
57. The Man on the Flying Trapeze - 1868
58. Hail to the Chief - 1820 (by Sir Walter Scott & James Sanderson)
59. Barber of Seville - 1813
60. Old Folks at Home (Way Down Upon the Swanee River) - 1851 (by Stephen Foster)
61. The Thunderer - 1889 (by John Philip Sousa)
62. Skip To My Lou - 1844
63. The Merry, Merry Month of May - 1862 (by Stephen Foster)
64. Frankie and Johnny - 1869
65. Grandfather's Clock - 1876 (by Henry Clay Work)
66. Beautiful Dreamer - 1864 (by Stephen Foster )
67. Away In a Manger - 1887
68. Flying Dutchman Overture - 1844 (by Wagner)
69. The Washington Post - 1889 (by John Philip Sousa)
70. A Night on Bald Mountain - 1887 (by Mussorgsky)
71. Hello! Ma Baby - 1899
72. Git Along Little Dogies - 1893
73. Pictures at an Exhibition - 1887 (by Mussorgsky)
74. I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - 1876
75. Hark the Herald Angels Sing - 1855
76. Sleeping Beauty Waltz - 1890
77. Peer Gynt Suite - 1888
78. Mazel Tov - 1894
79. Baa Baa Black Sheep - 1865
80. Liberty Bell March - 1893 (by John Philip Sousa)
81. Red River Valley - 1896
82. Maple Leaf Rag - 1899 (by Scott Joplin)
83. Goodnight Ladies - 1853
84. King Cotton March - 1895 (by John Philip Sousa)
85. Home on the Range - 1873
86. Coronation March - 1849 (by Meyerbeer)
87. Carry Me Back to Old Virginny - 1878
88. At A Georgia Camp Meeting - 1897 (by Kerry Mills)
89. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - 1838
90. Good Night - 1899 (by Mendelssohn)
91. Dance of the Hours - 1876 (by Ponchielle)
92. Gypsy Love Song - 1898 (by Harry B. Smith & Victor Herbert (From the musical The Fortune Teller)
93. Prelude in C# Minor - 1893 (by Rachmaninoff)
94. Hush-a-bye Baby - 1884
95. El Capitan - 1896 (by John Philip Sousa)
96. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear - 1850
97. Romeo and Juliet - 1871 (by Tchaikovsky)
98. Three Little Kittens - 1885
99. Good King Wenceslas - 1860ish (words)
100. I Gave My Love a Cherry - 1850 (heard in 1979 film, Animal House)
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