The Foggy Foggy Dew.
This song is NOT to be confused with the Irish Rebel song, The Foggy Dew, which derives from it via John McCormack. It is firmly English, but sadly is then largely known only in the Benjamin Britten arrangement. There are numerous versions of the latter on You-tube, which bowdlerise and patronise the original as classical singers will. It is quite difficult to find a genuine traditional version, despite most people professing familiarity with this song. There is an interesting version by Martin Carthy at https://youtu.be/ySEB_-b-Txc , where he rightly calls it the archetypal English folk-song; but he eschews the well known tune, and is not at his best. The most straightforward take seems to be a chap called Alan Roseveare at youtu.be/cWTbGOm4p8 , almost too likeable.
The Sheep Stealer.
There is a plain and unadorned version by Bob Berry at https://youtu.be/ymSvzevJCDc which is much to my taste! The version by Faustus at https://youtu.be/zvFTNa9iYTY is at funeral pace; perhaps they needed a contrast in their set. I first found this song sung by the late Mike Waterson, on The Waterson's album Green Fields, where it is called The Brisk Lad.
Dives and Lazarus.
One of the most borrowed of tunes; the Irish even manage to make something quite cheerful of it with The Star of the County Down, It remains essentially English however and as such my prejudices lean to the Young Tradition at https://youtu.be/F9hqJTAQyjQ If you like June Tabor's uncharacteristic version at https://youtu.be/3eCObX1__SI then sadly that's the sort of thing you like. But this song is generally well-served. You might like Maddy Prior, or Martin Simpson on https://youtu.be/U8p1yZYmKhY