8 thoughts on “ Bold ODonaghue - Blarney Lads, The - Irish Drinking Songs (CD) ”

  1. Aug 12,  · Check out Pure Gold Irish Drinking Songs by The Blarney Lads, Paul Downes, The Blackwater Boys on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on ndiszadepedezopecuadiscjergini.coinfo
  2. If you like lively Irish music, this album is for you. As a bonus you get that lively music performed by two of the best groups in the business, The Dubliners and The Clancy Brothers. The audio quality is /5(28).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Irish Drinking Songs on Discogs. Label: The Red Box - THERB • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk. – The Blarney Lads: Bold O'Donaghue: 4.
  4. Various Artists (Performer), The Blarney Lads (Performer), The Irish Ceili Band (Performer), & Format: Audio CD out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(2).
  5. [Dm C D] Chords for Irish Drinking Songs- The Blarney Lads - Rocky Road To Dublin with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  6. The Bold O'Donaghue lyrics and guitar chords and sheet music, The sheet music notes are included along with the 4 string tenor banjo chords.A traditional Irish song recorded by Johnny McEvoy and by The Clancys and Tommy Makem. along with The Irish Rovers.
  7. Bold O'Donoghue (Trad.) A D O, here I am from Paddy's land, a land of high renown E A I broke the hearts of all the girls for miles from Keady Town D And when they hear that I'm away they'll raise a hullablloo E A When they hear about the handsome lad they call O'Donoghue CH A D For I'm the boy to please her and I'm the boy to tease her E A I'm the boy to squeeze her and I'll tell you what I.
  8. Wi' me brogue and blarney too is me plan With the holligan, rolligan, swolligan, molligan bold O'Donahue! I wish my love was a red. red rose growing on yon garden wall And me to be a dewdrop and upon her brow I'd fall! Perhaps now she might think of me as a rather heavy dew And no more she'd love that handsome lad they call O'Donahue!

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