Ten old favorite songs I have listened to lately and found meaningful in the midst of it all.
The Parting Glass; there are many good versions but right now I prefer this one from the Face Vocal Band
Mummer's Dance, Loreena McKennitt. That's the live version; album version is here.
No Man's Land (the Green Fields of France); another song with many good recordings, but everyone else changes the lyrics so I go with the writer, Eric Bogle
When I Go, Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer
Goin' Back to Harlan, Emmylou Harris
Cold Missouri Waters, James Keelaghan. I sang this to all my babies, until they got old enough to realize that I can't sing and told me to stop.
The Littlest Birds, The Be Good Tanyas
Let it Be, The Beatles. This version has another song in the video but I've always liked this studio video. Album version is here.
Landslide, Fleetwood Mac
I Will Wait, Mumford and Sons. That's the live version; album version is less lively but has better sound.