What's the best song of the 1780's

Which ones do you get down to?

  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Hey Nonny Ho
  • The Roast Beef of Old England
  • Epistel To The Troops In Boston
  • Hang the Welshman
  • The Gypsy Laddie
  • Barbara Allen
  • The Gallows Tree
  • Other (posted below)

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I can’t think of too many, list any others you like below

This is the BEST freaking poll…EVER!
They’re all so good, it’s hard to choose just one! (I celebrate the guy’s entire GD catalogue!)
BFM is a poll-making GENIUS!!!

[quote=“the chief”]Once a-fuckin-gain, the OP’s personal bias negates the value of the poll.
Barbara Allen?
The Gallows Tree?
There’s more to life than the Top 40, dude, sheesh…[/quote]I didn’t want to be too obscure. But I added those 2 for you.

Mozart’s piano concerto No. 24

Well “Yankee Doodle Dandy” has a complex composition history, which extends much earlier, but the versions with George Washington in them would have to be close to this time period.

[quote]The flaming ribbons in his hat,
They looked so tearing fine, ah,
I wanted dreadfully to get
To give to my Jemima.
Yankee Doodle, keep it up, etc.[/quote]

They just don’t write 'em like that anymore…