Amelia Earhart's Last Flight
|"Amelia Earhart's Last Flight"|
|Written by||David McEnery|
|Written||July 3, 1937|
|Original artist||David McEnery
|Recorded by||Kinky Friedman
The Greenbriar Boys
It has maintained continued popularity since then, including covers by artists including Kinky Friedman, The Greenbriar Boys and the Country Gentlemen. Saskatoon-based band The Heartstrings covered the song, and used the second line of the chorus as the title of their 2009 album Far Away in a Land That is Fair.
- "Amelia Earhart's Last Flight". Sing Out! 15 (3).
- Blood, Peter, ed. (1988, 1992, 2004). Rise Up Singing. Annie Patterson, Kore Loy McWhirter. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Sing Out! Corp. p. 243. ISBN 1-881322-12-2. "Copyright 1939 Stasny Music. Copyright renewed. All rights administered by Bug Music Inc."
- McEnery, Dave; Betty Ann Fisher (1939). Red River Dave song book: marvelous collection of cowboy, hill-billy, mountain and home songs, all originals. New York: Stasny Music Corporation.
- Wadey, Paul (2002-01-21). "Red River Dave McEnery". The Independent. Retrieved May 16, 2009.
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