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**" Allentown Jail ", folk song written by Irving Gordon
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**" and Allentown
**" and ",
**" Return of the Swallow ", annual observance of the swallows ' return to Mission San Juan Capistrano in California.
**" the Jebusite ", offspring of Canaan, a tribe that lived around Jerusalem, that was formerly known as Jebus according to the Books of Chronicles.
**" the Amorite ", offspring of Canaan, a people living between the Jordan and Euphrates rivers by at least 2000 BC, known as Amurru to the Akkadians and Egyptians.
**" the Sinite ", offspring of Canaan, possibly connected with the Wilderness of Sin, or the Sinn river in Syria.
**" the Arvadite ", offspring of Canaan, refers to the Phoenician city-state of Arwad, now ; inhabited island in Syria.
**" The Smallest Dragonboy ", by Anne McCaffrey ( 1973 ; short story previously collected in Get Off the Unicorn )
**" The Girl Who Heard Dragons ", by Anne McCaffrey ( 1986 fine press book ; cover story in The Girl Who Heard Dragons ( 1994 ))
**" Runner of Pern ", by Anne McCaffrey ( 1998 novella original to Legends ; set some time before the events of Dragonflight )
**" The Quest for the ' Origins ' of Religion ", in History of Religions 4. 1 ( 1964 ), p. 154 – 169
**" and song
**" Baile's Strand ", a song on the album Crógacht by the band Suidakra, based on the same Celtic legend as Yeats ' play
**" and written
**" This Diamond Ring ", a 1965 pop song written by Al Kooper, Bob Brass and Irwin Levine, and attributed to Gary Lewis and the Playboys
**" To Each His Own " ( song ), a song based on the film, though not affiliated with it, written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
**" This Is My Song " ( 1934 song ), a song written by Lloyd Stone in 1934 to the tune of Jean Sibelius ' Finlandia.
**" This Is My Song " ( 1951 song ), a song ( written in 1950, but not published until the following year ) by Dick Charles, and popularized in 1953 by Patti Page
**" This Is My Song " ( 1967 song ), a song written by Charles Chaplin and popularized in 1967 by Petula Clark