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Galway City
by Tommy Makem

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A Jug of Punch Jug Of Punch 'Twas early, early, in the month of June I…
Apples In The Basket The sun comes over the top of the hill Shines on…
As I Roved Out As I roved out on a May morning On a May…
Away To Mary Ann I heard the rain on my window pane And ever as…
Blow Ye Winds Dark and stormy was the night when first I met…
Blue Eyed Mary There's a black crow sitting on a bare oak tree And…
Bold O'Donoghue Well here I am from Paddy's land, a land of…
Bonny Laddie Hieland Laddie Was you ever in Quebec, bonny laddie, hielan' laddie, Stow…
Boulavogue BOULAVOGUE (P.J.McCall) At Boulavogue, as the sun was settin…
Butcher Boy In London city where I did dwell A butcher boy, I…
Cobbler Oh, me name is Dick Darby, I'm a cobbler I served…
Connemara Cradle Song On the wings of the wind o'er the dark rolling…
Erie Canal We were forty miles from Albany, Forget it, I never shall! …
Farewell to Carlingford When I was young and in my prime And could wander…
Farewell to Nova Scotia [Chorus] Farewell to Nova Scotia, you sea bound coast Let …
Foggy Dew It was down the glen one Easter morn, to a…
Four Green Fields "What did I have?" said the fine old woman "What did…
Galloway Hills I'll tak' my plaidie contented to be, A wee bittie…
Galway Bay Maybe someday, I'll go back again to Ireland If only my…
Gentle Annie Fair and lovely Annie, Your gentle ways have won me. You…
Henry Joy An Ulster man I am proud to be From the Antrim…
I'll Tell Me Ma [Chorus] I'll tell me Ma when I go home, The boys…
In the Month of January It was in the month of January, the hills were…
Irish Rover In the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and six, We…
Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye While goin' the road to sweet Athy, hurroo, hurroo While go…
Johnny McEldoo There was Johnny McEldoo and McGee and me And a couple…
Jug of Punch One pleasant evening in the month of June As I was…
Killyburn Brae Is it true that the women are worse than the…
Kitty Bawn O'Brien A I O I A I O I A A…
Kitty Magee I've kissed and courted them all, gentle and simple, short…
Leatherwing Bat "I" said the little leatherwing bat "I'll tell you the reas…
Little Beggarman I am a little beggarman and begging I have been For…
Lolly Toodum As I went out one morning to take the pleasant…
Lowlands of Holland The Lowlands of Holland The love that I have chosen was…
Men of the West The Men of the West (William Rooney) When you honor in song…
Minstrel Boy The minstrel boy to the war is gone In the ranks…
Month of January It was in the month of January, the hills were…
Moonshiner I've been a moonshiner for many a year And I've…
Morning Glory At the end of the day, I like a little…
Mountain Dew The Real Old Mountain Dew Beside a hill there is a…
Mrs. Mcgrath "Oh, Mrs. McGrath," the sergeant said "Would you like to ma…
My Lagan Love Where Lagan stream sings lullaby There grows a lily fair T…
New York Girls As I walked down the Broadway One evening in July I met…
O I wish I had my Sally O Sally O, Sally O I…
Parting Glass Of all the money that e'er I spent I've spent it…
Rambles Of Spring There's a piercing wintry breeze Blowing through the buddin…
Real Old Mountain Dew The Real Old Mountain Dew Beside a hill there is a…
Red Is the Rose Come over the hills my bonny Irish lass Come over the…
Roddy McCorley O see the fleet-foot host of men, Who march with…
Sally O I wish I had my Sally O Sally O, Sally O I…
Song of the Wandering Aengus I went out to the hazel wood, because a fire…
South Australia In South Australia I was born! Heave away! Haul away! In Sou…
The Bard of Armagh Oh list to the lay of a poor Irish harper And…
The Black Velvet Band It was in the town of Tralee, an apprentice to…
The Boys of Killybegs There are wild and rocky hills on the coast of…
The Butcher Boy In London city where I did dwell A butcher boy, I…
The Cobbler Oh, me name is Dick Darby, I'm a cobbler I served…
The Connemara Cradle Song On the wings of the wind o'er the dark rolling…
The Foggy Dew It was down the glen one Easter morn, to a…
The Irish Rover In the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and six, We…
The Jug Of Punch One pleasant evening in the month of June As I was…
The Little Beggarman I am a little beggarman and begging I have been For…
The Lowlands of Holland The Lowlands of Holland The love that I have chosen was…
The Men Of The West The Men of the West (William Rooney) When you honor in song…
The Month Of January It was in the month of January, the hills were…
The Moonshiner I've been a moonshiner for many a year And I've…
The Old Orange Flute In the county Tyrone, in the town of Dungannon Where many…
The Parting Glass Of all the money that e'er I spent I've spent it…
The Rambles of Spring There's a piercing wintry breeze Blowing through the buddin…
The Rape Of The Gael Beyond the Aran Islands, ghosts of the long forgotten heroes…
The Rocky Road To Dublin While in the merry month of May from me…
The Wild Colonial Boy There was a wild colonial boy, Jack Duggan was his…
The Wind That Shakes The Barley I sat within the valley green, I sat me with…
Tim Finegan's Wake Tim Finnegan lived in Walkin Street A gentle Irishman, migh…
True Love And Time If I had wings, I'd fly the mountains If I had…
Vancouver Oh, my feet are weary on a road that leads…
Whack Fol the Diddle I'll sing you a song of peace and love, Whack fol…
Whiskey You Now brave boys, we're on the march Off to Portugal and…
Wind That Shakes the Barley I sat within the valley green, I sat me with…

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