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In Germany, drinking songs are called Trinklieder.
The first record of a drinking song dates to the 11th century, and derives from the Carmina Burana, a 13th-century historical collection of poems, educational songs, love sonnets and "entertainment" or drinking songs.
- "99 Bottles of Beer"
- "Barnacle Bill the Sailor"
- "Barrett's Privateers"
- "Bevilo tutto"
- "Beer, Beer, Beer"
- "California Drinking Song"
- "Drobna drabnitsa" (Belarusian song)
- "Engineers' Drinking Song"
- "Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder"
- "Fathom the Bowl"
- "Friends in Low Places"
- "Good Ship Venus"
- "Home for a Rest" by Spirit of the West
- "I Used to Work in Chicago"
- "Lanigan's Ball"
- "Libiamo ne' lieti calici" from "La Traviata" by "Giuseppe Verdi"
- "Little Brown Jug"
- "Red Solo Cup"
- "Seven Drunken Nights"
- "The Goddamned Dutch"
- "The S&M Man"
- Carmina Burana. Die Lieder der Benediktbeurer Handschrift. Zweisprachige Ausgabe, ed. and translated by Carl Fischer and Hugo Kuhn, dtv, Munich 1991
- Drinking Songs Sheet Music
- Lyrics, Music and MP3s for each drinking song
- Hash House Harrier songbook
- Hash House Harrier songbook links
- A Tankard Of Ale An Anthology 120 Of Drinking Songs, complete online book by Theodore Maynard circa 1919
- Cray, Ed. The Erotic Muse: American Bawdy Songs (University of Illinois, 1992).
- Legman, Gershon. The Horn Book. (New York: University Press, 1964).
- Reuss, Richard A. An Annotated Field Collection of Songs From the American College Student Oral Tradition (Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Masters Thesis, 1965).