File:Under the old oak tree (NYPL Hades-454427-1699080).jpg

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  • Below caption: Arr. by Dan.
  • Cover includes photograph presumably of Guy C. Rawson.
  • Statement of responsibility : words and music by Guy C. Rawson.
Title Under the old oak tree
Alternative title Swinging baby up so high a-o-le a-o-le oh. [first line of chorus]
Author Scan by NYPL
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UUID dc735a30-c58f-012f-c96f-58d385a7bc34
Image ID 1699080
Collection American popular songs.
Collection UUID 696a20e4-6224-cccf-e040-e00a18065c04
NYPL Division Music Division
Topics Lullabies; Waltzes


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