Here's "an oldie but a goodie" to start the ball rolling, that well-known Liverpool (England) folk song:
Maggie May - various artists
Oh Maggie, Maggie
May, they have taken her away,
And she'll never walk down Lime Street anymore.
The judge he guilty found her, of robbin' homeward-bounders,
That dirty, robbin' call girl Maggie May!
I was paid off at the Pool, in the port of Liverpool,
Three pounds ten a week, that was my pay.
With a pocket full of tin, I was very soon taken in,
By dirty robbin' call girl Maggie May!
Now the first time I saw Maggie, she took my breath away,
She was cruising up and down in Canning Place.
She had a figure so divine, her voice was so refined,
Well, being a sailor I gave chase!
In the morning I awoke, I was flat and stony broke,
No jacket, trousers, waistcoat could I find.
And when I asked her, "Where"? She said, "My very dear sir,
They're down in Kelly's pawnshop number nine."
To the pawnshop I did go, no clothes there did I find,
And the police, they took that gal away from me.
And the judge he guilty found her,
Of robbin' homeward-bounders,
She'll never walk down Lime Street anymore.
This one is very popular on the bus! Thanks to M&M Janice for the URL (the lyrics are copyright protected):
Someone like you - Adele
Here's an "old favourite" introduced after run #589 by former GM Golden Finger:
"This Old Man" - children's nursery song (how appropriate is that for a Hash kennel!)
This old man, he played one,
he played Nick Nack on the drum.
With a Nick Nack, Paddy Whack, give the dog a bone,
this old man came rolling home.
This old man, he played two,
he played Nick Nack on my shoe.
With a Nick Nack, Paddy Whack, etc
Three - on my knee
Four - on the floor
Five - on the hive
Six - with some sticks
Seven - up in heaven
Eight - on my gate
Nine - all the time
Ten - in our den.