Thomas S. Allen
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- "Whip and Spur" (1902) is performed at circuses and rodeos.
- "Low Bridge, Everybody Down", also known as "Fifteen Years on the Erie Canal" or "Fifteen Miles on the Erie Canal" (1905) is a well-known folk song. Included in the Seeger Sessions, folkalbum by Bruce Springsteen
- T. S. Eliot spliced lines together from two songs for The Waste Land.
The list of Allen's works omits his 1914 composition "I Wonder What Will William Tell", Music by "X, with apologies to G. Rossini", Daly Music Publishing, Boston Mass.
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