"Song of the Old Mother" is a poem by William Butler Yeats that first appeared in The Wind Among the Reeds anthology, published in 1899. The poem echoes Yeats' fascination with the Irish peasantry.
"Song to Old Union" is the alma mater of Union College in Schenectady, New York. It was written by Fitz Hugh Ludlow for Union's 1856 commencement ceremonies.
Songo – La Maya is a municipality in the Santiago de Cuba Province of Cuba. It is located north-east of Santiago de Cuba and is centered on the towns of La Maya and Alto Songo (or Songo).
Was it some Golden Star? is a poem written by Gilbert Parker, published in Volume I of a series of poems called Embers.
Song of Old Wyoming is a 1945 American Western film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey. It was shot in Cinecolor and released by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Songgato River is a river in northern Western Papua, Papua province, Indonesia. It is a tributary of the Taritatu River.
Sons of the Golden West is the 8th studio album by The Flying Burrito Brothers, released in 1999. This album, like California Jukebox before it, contains a mixture of original and covers and a variety of guest musicians.
Song for the Old World is an album by pianist and composer Anthony Davis recorded in 1978 for the India Navigation label.
Songo Lock is the last surviving lock of the Cumberland and Oxford Canal, a 19th-century canal in southern Maine, United States. The lock is located on the Songo River, just above its confluence with the Crooked River at the northern end of Sebago Lake State Park in the town of Naples.
Son of the Golden West is a 1928 American silent western film directed by Eugene Forde and starring Tom Mix, Sharon Lynn and Thomas G. Lingham.