Five essential songs by Pete Seeger, who died Monday at age 94:
"IF I HAD A HAMMER": An all-time singalong co-written in 1949 by Seeger and Lee Hays and released a year later by the Weavers under the title "The Hammer Song." Popularized in the 1960s by Peter, Paul and Mary, the song was performed countless times, all over the world, from union halls and folk festivals to the Kennedy Center in Washington.
"WAIST DEEP IN THE BIG MUDDY": An anti-war song written in 1967 about a platoon and its doomed, gung-ho captain in Louisiana in the 1940s. A blunt allegory about the Vietnam War, "Waist Deep" was censored by CBS producers when Seeger performed it on "The Smothers Brother Comedy Hour" in September 1967. CBS soon backed down and let the song air when Seeger returned to the program in February 1968.