The Dublin Rogues - Off To Dublin In The Green album download
|Off To Dublin In The Green||2:43|
|Orange And The Green||2:53|
|Wild Colonial Boy||3:03|
|Slattery's Mounted Fut||2:43|
|Courtin' In The Kitchen||2:14|
|Wide Is The Water||2:17|
|Sweet Vale Of Avoca||2:54|
|God Save Ireland||2:16|
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|CAL 991||The Dublin Rogues||Off To Dublin In The Green (LP)||RCA Camden||CAL 991||Canada||Unknown|
Off To Dublin In The Green. This song is by The Dubliners and appears on the compilation album Collection (1987). Oh, I am a merry ploughboy and I plough the fields all dayTill a sudden thought came to my head, that I should roam awayFor I'm sick and tired of slavery since the day that I was bornAnd I'm off to join the IRA and I'm off tomorrow morn
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In November 2004, the Dublin city council voted unanimously to erect a bronze statue of Luke Kelly. Kelly is buried in Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin. Ciarán Bourke was a singer, but he also played the guitar, tin whistle and harmonica. He sang many songs in Irish ("Peggy Lettermore", "Preab san Ól"). In the 1960s, The Dubliners sang rebel songs such as "The Old Alarm Clock", "The Foggy Dew" and "Off to Dublin in the Green". However, the conflict in Northern Ireland from 1969 onwards led them to drop most of these from their repertoire. They resumed performing such songs occasionally towards the end of their career. 1976 A Parcel of Rogues. 1977 Live at Montreux (Live).
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Well, some men fight for silver and some men fight for gold But the IRA are fighting for the land that the Freestaters stole And we're all off to Dublin in the green, in the green Where the helmets glisten in the sun Where the bayonets flash and the rifles crash To the rattle of a Thompson gun. Irish folk band 70s Dubliners Off to Dublin in the green 1973 Ireland leavy Mary girl sun The Merry Ploughboy. Jason Latham24 дня назад. As in interesting bit of information, this song is a parody of a song about a ploughboy running off to join the British Army, usually the Royal Horse Artillery. RHA" easily became "IRA" and I wonder whether this was the inspiration behind the tweak of the words of the song. It is claimed that the parody was done by Dominic Behan. I don't think that there is any evidence either way, but it is very plausible.
In Dublin next arrived, I thought it's such a pity To be soon deprived a view of that fine city Then I took a stroll, all among the quality; Me bundle it was stole, all in a neat locality Something crossed me mind, when I looked behind No bundle could I find upon me stick a wobblin' Enquiring for. the rogue, said me Connaught brogue Wasn't much in vogue on the rocky road to Dublin. in the affray We quickly cleared the way for the rocky road to Dublin. One, two, three four, five Hunt the Hare and turn her down the rocky road All the way to Dublin, Whack follol de rah! More on Genius. About The Rocky Road to Dublin. This song, like many recorded by The Dubliners, is a traditional Irish song recorded by many artists.
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