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Irish Songs | Our Ireland – Part 3

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It was down by the sally gardens, my love and I did meet She passed the sally gardens, with little snow-white feet She bid me take love easy, as the leaves grow on the…

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(by Thomas Osborne Davis May, 1689) Shout it out till it ring From Beinn-Mor to Cape Cleir, For our country and king, And religion so dear, Rally, men, rally! Irishmen rally! Gather round the dear…

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(by Thomas Osborne Davis) When on Ramillie’s bloody field, The baffled French were forced to yield, The victor Saxon backward reeled Before the charge of Clare’s Dragoons. The Flags we conquered in that fray, Look…

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(by Thomas Osborne Davis) Oh! The banks of the Lee, the banks of the Lee, And love in a cottage for Mary and me; Ther’s not in the land a lovlier tide, And I’m sure…

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You may travel far far from your own native home Far away o’er the mountains, far away o’er the foam But of all the fine places that I’ve ever been Sure there’s none can…