Nora (O'Casey) — From the pen of the late great Irish playwright, Sean O'Casey.
Yarmouth Town (Traditional) — Jack goes ashore in Yarmouth with interesting results.
Flower Of Scotland (Roy Williamson) — One of the finer Scottish songs with deep historic overtones.
I Never Will Marry (A. P. Carter) — Casanova said "Marriage is the tomb of love"; this girl seems to think so.
Junior Crehan's Favourite & Corney is Coming (Traditional) — Instrumental
Hot Asphalt (Dominic Behan) — An ill-fated policeman ends up as a museum exhibit.
New South Wales (Traditional) — The sheep shearing life was too much for this fellow.
Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway (Gerry Rafferty) — Scottish songwriter Gerry Rafferty is responsible for this fine folk song.
There's Got To Be An End (D. O'Brien) — The dream of many.
Paddy Lay Back (Traditional) — The call of the sea.
The Town I Love So Well (Coulter) — An immigrant returns to his war-torn home town.
Henry My Son (Traditional) — A young lover meets an untimely death at the hand of his sweetheart.
On The One Road (Traditional) — Let's get on it.
The Letter (Tony Lynch) — A letter from a mother in Ireland to her immigrant son.