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Playlist of The Young Dubliners

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  • The Young Dubliners -- The Foggy Dew

    3:14

    Howdy, folks!

    This is a different version than the one that's already been uploaded, and in my opinion, better.

    Comes off the album With All Due Respect. Hope ya like it!

    --Lyrics--

    'Twas down the glen one Easter morn
    to a city fair rode I
    There was Armed lines of marching men
    in squadrons passed me by
    No pipe did hum nor battle drum
    did sound it's dread tattoo
    But the Angelus bell o'er the Liffey swell
    rang out o'er the foggy dew

    Right proudly high over Dublin Town
    they hung out the flag of war
    'Twas better to die 'neath an Irish sky
    than at Sulva or Sud El Bar
    And from the plains of Royal Meath
    strong men came hurryin' through
    While Britannia's Huns, with their long range guns
    sailed out on the foggy dew

    'Twas England bade our Wild Geese fly
    that small nations might be free
    But their lonely graves are by Sulva's waves
    or the fringe of the Great North Sea
    Oh, had they died by Pearse's side
    or fought with Cathal Brugha
    Their names we will keep where the fenians sleep
    'neath the shroud of the foggy dew

    But the bravest fell, and the requiem bell
    rang mournfully and clear
    For those who died that Eastertide
    in the spring time of the year
    And the world did gaze, with deep amaze,
    at those fearless men, but few
    Who bore the fight, so that freedom's light
    might shine through the foggy dew

  • YOUNG DUBLINERS on CBS The Early Show

    7:41

    (CBS) If you see a group of fans breaking into Irish gig pits then you know you're definitely at a Young Dubliners concert.

    The Young Dubliners rocked the Second Cup Café stage with an ode to the Emerald Isle through an upbeat and heartfelt performance.

    The band has made it their mission to embrace their Irish heritage with a traditional sound - infused with a modern rock edge.

    Influenced by the Pogues, Waterboys, U2, Celtic musician Christy Moore and Irish band The Furey Brothers, the Young Dubliners blend Irish folk, Irish pop songs and fierce guitar riffs into their music.

    St. Patrick's Day Section

    429 Records recently released their latest album, With All Due Respect, The Irish Sessions.

    Vocalist and guitarist Keith Roberts refers to the band's song selection as the best of the best representing poets, playwrights and vagabonds, indeed, centuries-old traditional melodies shimmer bookended by distinctive romps through the songcraft of Shane McGowan which brush up against the wistfully sad lyrics of Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh.

    Formed by Dublin natives Keith Roberts and Paul O'Toole in 1988, the Young Dubliners paved their way to the Los Angeles pub scene where they built a solid fanbase, but never left their Irish roots too far behind.

    Although several band members have come and gone since its inception, the Young Dubliners' love for Irish music has always been constant.

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  • If I Should Fall From Grace With God

    2:25

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    If I Should Fall From Grace With God · Young Dubliners

    With All Due Respect: The Irish Sessions

    ℗ 2007 Savoy Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2007-02-13

    Producer, Recording Producer: Tim Boland
    Composer Lyricist: Unknown

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Young Dubliners -- A Pair of Brown Eyes

    4:24

    Hey there, folks.

    Someone requested that I upload this song, and sure enough, it wasn't on YouTube already. So here it is, enjoy.

    Do buy the album. These guys are great.

    --Lyrics--

    One summer evening, drunk to hell, I stood there nearly lifeless
    An old man in the corner sang where the water lilies grow
    And on the jukebox Johnny sang about a thing called love
    And it's how are you kid and what's your name, and how'd you bloody know?

    In blood and death 'neath a screaming sky, I lay down on the ground
    And the arms and legs of other men were scattered all around
    Some cursed, some prayed, some prayed then cursed
    Then prayed and bled some more
    And the only thing that I could see
    Was a pair o' brown eyes that was looking at me
    But when we got back, labeled parts one to three
    There was no pair of brown eyes waitin' for me
    And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go, for a pair of brown eyes

    I looked at him, he looked at me, all I could do was hate him
    While Ray and Philomena sang of my elusive dream
    I saw the streams and the rolling hills where his brown eyes were waitin'
    And I thought about a pair of brown eyes, what waited once for me

    So drunk to hell I left the place sometimes crawling sometimes walking
    A hungry sound came across the breeze, so I gave the walls a talking
    And I heard the sounds of long ago, from the old canal
    And the birds were whistling in the trees, where the wind was gently laughin'
    And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go(x3) for a pair of brown eyes(x2)
    And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go(x3) for a pair of brown eyes(x2)

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  • The Rocky Road To Dublin

    4:46

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Rocky Road To Dublin · Young Dubliners

    With All Due Respect: The Irish Sessions

    ℗ 2010 Savoy Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2007-02-13

    Producer, Recording Producer: Tim Boland
    Composer, Author: Traditional

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Rocky Road to Dublin - Young Dubliners

    4:48

    The Rocky Road to Dublin by The Young Dubliners

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  • The Young Dubliners -- Ill Tell Me Ma

    2:54

    One of my favorite folk songs out there. And they(by which I mean The Young Dubliners) covered it(as usual) brilliantly!

    Quick recap..
    Artist: The Young Dubliners
    Song: I'll Tell Me Ma
    Album: With all Due Respect

    Hope ya love the song as much as I.

    --Lyrics!--

    I'll tell me ma when I go home
    The boys won't leave the girls alone
    They pull my hair & stole my comb
    But that's all right till I get home

    (chorus)
    She is handsome, she is pretty
    She is the belle of Dublin city
    She is courting one, two, three
    Please, won't you tell me, who is she?

    Albert Mooney says he loves her
    All the boys are fighting for her
    Knock at the door and they ring the bell
    Saying, oh my true love, are you well?
    Out she comes, as white as snow
    Rings on her fingers and bells on her toes
    Old Jenny Murphy says she'll die
    If she doesn't get the fellow with the roving eye

    (Chorus)

    Let the wind and the rain and the hail blow high
    Snow come shovelin' from the sky
    She is sweet as apple pie
    She'll get 'er own lad by and by
    When she gets a lad of her own
    She won't tell her ma when she goes home
    Let them all come as they will
    It's Albert Mooney she loves still

    (Chorus)

  • Ill Tell Me Ma

    2:53

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    I'll Tell Me Ma · Young Dubliners

    With All Due Respect: The Irish Sessions

    ℗ 2007 Savoy Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2007-02-13

    Producer, Recording Producer: Tim Boland
    Composer: Traditional

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Young Dubliners - Foggy Dew

    2:57

    From the TV show The LA Thing with John Doe

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  • Young Dubliners Live

    6:39

    Live at the Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA March 31, 2017

  • The Foggy Dew

    3:12

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Foggy Dew · Young Dubliners

    With All Due Respect: The Irish Sessions

    ℗ 2010 Savoy Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2007-02-13

    Producer, Recording Producer: Tim Boland
    Composer Lyricist: Brendan Holmes
    Composer Lyricist: Paul O'Toole
    Composer Lyricist: Keith Roberts
    Composer Lyricist: Randy Woolford

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Follow Me Up to Carlow - Young Dubliners

    3:40

    The Young Dubliners playing Follow Me Up to Carlow

  • The Young Dubliners - Bobs solo into Unreel

    6:20

    The Young Dubliners performing at World Cafe Live in Philly on Tuesday, Sept. 14th, 2010.

  • Young Dubliners - I Dont Think Ill Love Anymore

    4:18

    I am here, on a Sunday morning
    The day that you said you were walkin' away
    Dyin' here, but I don't want to wake you
    As long as you're sleeping, you're here

    So I'm wishing you well, though it hurts, can you tell?
    I wont try to stand in your way
    This world keeps turning, the sun will shine on
    But I don't think I'll love anymore

    Lying here, so cold this morning
    Pretend that I'm sleeping, afraid that you'll see
    That I'm dyin' here, I don't want to hurt you
    If only you'd ask me to stay

    So I'm wishing you well, though it hurts, can you tell?
    I wont try to stand in your way

    This world keeps turning, the sun will shine on
    But I don't think I'll love anymore

    We don't say a word, a moment passes
    By end of the day, you've gone on your way
    And I'll ask myself, have I missed all life's chances
    For now, all I can say is that

    I'm wishing you well, though it hurts, can you tell?
    I wont try to stand in your way
    This world keeps turning, the sun will shine on
    But I don't think I'll love anymore
    No, I don't think I'll love anymore

  • The Young Dubliners - The Leaving of Liverpool

    3:35

    The Young Dubliners cover of the song The Leaving of Liverpool.

    From the album With All Due Respect.

    Enjoy, gentlemen, ladies.

    --Lyrics--

    Farewell thee well, to Princes' landing stage
    Mersey River, fare thee well
    I am bound for California, a place I know right well.
    So fare thee well, my own true love
    When I return united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me
    but my darlin' when I think of thee

    I boarded the yankee's sailin' ship, Davy Crockett is her name
    And Burgess is the captain of her,
    and they say that she's a floating hell
    So fare thee well my own true love
    When I return united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me
    but my darlin' when I think of thee

    The ship is in the harbor, love
    And I wish I could remain
    For I know it will be a long, long time before I will see you again

    So fare thee well, my own true love
    When I return united we will be
    It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me
    but my darlin' when I think of thee

  • The Young Dubliners -- McAlpines Fusiliers

    3:13

    Howdy, folks!

    I could've sworn I'd uploaded this song, but apparently not. This was the very first song I heard from them. I know it's a cover, I'm just saying, it happened to be the first song I - Nevermind...

    Enjoy the song. It's from the album With All Due Respect.

    --Lyrics--

    As down the glen came McAlpine's men
    With their shovels slung behind them
    T'was was in the pub that they drank their sub
    Or out in the spite you will find them
    They sweated blood, they washed down mud
    With pints and quarts of beer
    Now we're on the road again with McAlpine's Fusiliers

    I stripped to the skin with Darky Finn
    Way down on the Isle of Grain
    With a Horseface Tool, I knew the rule: No money if you stop for rain
    For McAlpine's god is a well filled hod
    Your shoulders cut to bits and seared
    And woe to he who went to look for tea with McAlpine's Fusiliers

    I remember the day that the Bear O'Shea,
    Fell into the concrete stairs
    What Horseface said, when he saw him dead,
    Well it wasn't what the rich call prayers
    I'm a navvy short, was his one retort
    That reached unto my ears
    When the going gets rough, well you must be tough, with McAlpine's Fusiliers

    I've worked till the sweat, it had me bet
    With Russian, Czech and Pole
    At shutterin' jams, in the Hydro Dams
    or underneath the Thames in a hole
    I grafted hard, and I got my cards
    and many a ganger's fist across my ears
    And if you pride your life, don't join, by Christ, McAlpine's Fusiliers!

  • The Young Dubliners - One and Only

    5:32

    Such a great song. Does anyone have the lyrics? :)
    I do not own the rights to this song etcetc.

  • Young Dubliners - With All Due Respect - If I Should Fall From Grace With God

    2:25

    If I should fall from grace with God
    Where no doctor can relieve me
    If I'm buried 'neath the sod
    But the angels won't receive me

    Let me go boys, let me go boys
    Let me go down in the mud where the rivers all run dry

    This land was always ours
    It was the proud land of our fathers
    It belongs to us and them
    Not to any of the others

    Let them go boys, let them go boys
    Let them go down in the mud where the rivers all run dry

    Bury me at sea
    Where no murdered ghost can haunt me
    If I rock upon the waves
    No corpse can lie upon me

    It's coming up three boys, keeps coming up three boys
    Let them go down in the mud where the rivers all run dry

    If I should fall from grace with God
    Where no doctor can relieve me
    If I'm buried 'neath the sod
    So the angels won't receive me

    Let me go boys, let me go boys
    Let me go down in the mud where the rivers all run dry

  • young dubliners- bodhran

    3:18

    the young dubliners & eric rigler playing together in the great northern hotel in bundoran county donegal on tuesday 10th of november 2009

  • Young Dubliners - Raglan Road

    5:35

    The Young Dubliners cover Raglan Road, originally a poem put to music by Luke Kelly of The Dubliners. This beautiful song was released on the Young Dubliners' 2007 album, With All Due Respect - The Irish Sessions. Check out The Young Dubliners at:
    Copyright 429 Records

    Lyrics:

    On Raglan Road of an autumn day
    I saw her first and knew
    That her dark hair would weave a snare
    That I might one day rue
    I saw the danger and I passed
    Along the enchanted way
    And said let grief be a fallen leaf
    At the dawning of the day

    On Grafton Street in November
    We tripped lightly along the ledge
    Of a deep ravine where can be seen
    The worth of passion's pledge
    The Queen of Hearts still making tarts
    And I not making hay
    Oh I loved too much and by such by such
    Is happiness thrown away

    I gave her gifts of the mind
    I gave her the secret signs
    Known to the artists who have known
    The true gods of sound and stone
    And word and tint I did not stint
    I gave her poems to say
    With her own name there
    And her own dark hair
    Like clouds over fields of May

    On a quiet street where old ghosts meet
    I see her walking now
    Away from me so hurriedly my reason must allow
    That I had loved not as I should
    A creature made of clay
    When the angel woos the clay
    He'll lose his wings at the dawn of day

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  • The Young Dubliners Ashley Falls - 9/20/19

    4:14

    The Irish Cultural Center of Western New England presented The Young Dubliners on 9/20/19, at the Elks Lodge in Holyoke, MA. Learn more: and

  • Young Dubliners - Jimmy Kimmel Live Rehearsal - Howaya Girls

    5:36

    Directed & Edited by Douglas Busby

  • The Young Dubliners - Come Back Home

    4:22

    The Young Dubliners perform original song Come Back Home, acooustic for a Creekside Session at Pine Creek Lodge. MT July 25th, 2018

    Featured:
    KEITH ROBERTS - VOCALS / ACOUSTIC GUITAR
    CHAS WALTZ - VIOLIN / VOCALS
    JUSTIN PECOT - GUITAR / VOCALS



    Crew:
    Michael Boise - Camera A
    Cameron Reichert - Camera B
    Emmett Pedersen - Sound
    Chip Hurt - Coordinator

    Produced and edited by Soundcolor Studios in collaboration with Pine Creek Lodge


  • Bodhran - Young Dubliners

    2:14

    Bodhran - Young Dubliners

  • Keith Roberts of the Young Dubliners Interview

    5:20

    NickyMae of Maximum Threshold Interviews Keith Roberts of the Young Dubliners at the Rose in Pasadena, California

  • The Young Dubliners - We The Mighty

    3:18

    The Young Dubliners performing at Celtic Fling in Manheim, PA on Friday, June 22nd, 2012.

  • Young Dubliners - Foggy Dew

    3:49

    The Young Dubliners performing at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday, Sept. 14th, 2010.

  • Young Dubliners July 21, 2013

    1:3:38

    Young Dubliners set from the second day of the Saltwater Celtic Music Festival at Thomas Point Beach in Brunswick, Maine.

  • Young dubliners~brown dog+lyrics

    3:57

    *READ DESCRIPTION!*
    Idk how many people have complained saying the lyrics aren't in here! Is it that hard to click a button? If it says has lyrics and it's not in the video, CHECK THE DESCRIPTION!!!!

    lyrics:
    was early in novmber, the leaves were on the ground,
    i couldn't get up, i just gotten down,
    i'm all alone, been waitin by the phone, waitin for your calls eventualy
    you filled me with worry, you filled me with fear,
    i'm not standing still, and i'm not staying here
    outta my way, i can't take it no more,
    so brown dog barkin at the back door, brown dog barkin at the back door (come on!)
    so off on my adventure, where do i begin
    america called, it's calling again
    i jumped on a plane, i'm drinkin on the way, i wake up in the sunshine every day
    we came for the money, we came for the fun
    remember your mother, stay out of the sun
    livin the life, cuz it's what we can fund
    So brown dog barkin at thebackdoor, brown dog barkin at the back door (come on!)
    we're not going home
    we're not going home
    we know thier behind us
    but they'll never find us
    becuase we're on our way
    because we're on our way
    now what's that my darlin, now what did you say
    i know you were sad, when i went away
    but i'm over here, but now it should be clear
    i won't be going back there any day
    you filled me with worry, you filled me with ear
    i'm didn't stand still, and i came over here
    outta my way, i can't take it no more
    so brown dog barkin at the back door
    brown dog barkin at the back door(x3)
    brown dog, brown dog, brown dog no more
    brown dog, brown dog, i won't be lookin at cha back home
    a 1, 2, a 1, 2, 3, 4!

  • Oo La La - Young Dubliners

    4:11

    The 2002 Uprooted Tour with Great Big Sea and Seven Nations

  • Uni Episode 2 - We the Mighty - The Young Dubliners

    10:22

    Created, Produced & Directed by Douglas Busby
    Lyrics by Keith Roberts
    Music by The Young Dubliners
    Performed by The Young Dubliners
    Edited & Shot by Douglas Busby
    3D Animation by Dean Fowler
    FB Group Page -
    Twitter - @damascusfilms

  • The Young Dubliners - Fishermans Blues

    4:22

    The Young Dubs played Fisherman's Blues at Mid-Winter 2011

  • Young Dubliners - 06. Abhainn Mór - 9

    3:57

    Young Dubliner's last album, a delicious mix of celtic folk, rock and pop.

  • young dubliners-bodhran

    2:10

  • Young Dubliners - Saints and Sinners - Rosie

    2:50

    Now Rosie, You're losin' the spot, love;
    The light used to shine in your eye.
    Now, tell me you haven't stopped dreamin'
    That you still reach out for the sky
    For this life, it's no bed of roses,
    It's not all it's cracked up to be
    But in the end there's always you and me...

    (Chorus)

    Rosie, sweet Rosie
    Money don't grow on trees
    But if I thought for just one second it did
    I'd be down on my bended knee

    Now we'll take our tea and a lemon,
    A match that was made in the Heaven
    Two lovers that walk in on this town
    We don't need a ball or a gown.
    Now tell your dear Ma not to worry,
    You won't need for nothing with me
    Now let the rivers run down to the sea.

    Rosie, sweet Rosie,
    Money don't grow on trees
    But if I thought for just one second it did
    I'd be down on my bended knee

    I'm down on my bended knee,
    So you'd spend your whole life with me
    Until the day, it'll be okay
    You'll see, you'll see

    Rosie, sweet Rosie,
    Money don't grow on trees
    But if I thought for just one second it did
    I'd be down on my bended knee
    But if I thought for just one second it did
    I'd be down on my bended knee
    Yeah, I'd be down on my bended knee!

  • Foggy Dew - The Young Dubliners

    3:14

    The Young Dubliners - Foggy Dew

  • The Young Dubliners - Rocky Road To Dublin

    3:54

    The Young Dubliners - Rocky Road To Dublin

  • Young Dubliners - Brown Dog live

    4:07

    The Young Dubliners at Coach House, San Juan Capistrano last night playing Brown Dog

  • Young Dubliners - With All Due Respect - The Rocky Road to Dublin

    4:46

    In the merry month of May, out from me home I started,
    Left the girls of Tuam, Nearly broken hearted,
    Saluted father dear, Kissed my darlin' mother,
    Drank a pint of beer, grief and tears to smother,
    Off to reap the corn, leave where I was born,
    cut a stout blackthorn, To banish ghost and goblin,
    brand new pair of brogues, rattled o'er the bogs,
    Frightened all the dogs, On the rocky road to Dublin.

    (Chorus)
    One, two, three, four, five,
    Hunt the hare and turn her
    Down the rocky road
    And all the ways to Dublin,
    Whack-for-al-de-a.


    In Mullingar that night, rested limbs so weary,
    Started by daylight, Next mornin' bright and early,
    Took a drop of the pure, keep my heart from sinkin',
    That's the Paddys cure, Whene'er he's on for drinking.
    see the lasses smile, Laughing all the while,
    At me darlin style, set your heart a throbbin.
    Enquirin bout me pay, wage if I required,
    Till I was nearly tired, Of the rocky road to Dublin.


    In Dublin next arrived, thought it such a pity,
    To be so soon deprived, view of that fine city.
    Decided to take a stroll, All among the quality,
    bundle it was stole, In that neat locality;
    Something crossed my mind, Then I looked behind;
    No bundle could I find, Upon my stick a wobblin'.
    Enquirin' after the rogue, Said my Connacht brogue,
    Wasn't much in vogue, On the rocky road to Dublin.


    Went upon me way, spirits never failin'
    Landed on the quay As the ship was sailin';
    Captain at me roared, Said no room had he,
    Then I jumped aboard, room found for Paddy,
    Down amongst the pigs, did some hearty rigs,
    Danced some hearty jigs, The water round us bubblin',
    Then off Holyhead, wished that I was dead,
    Or better off instead, On the rocky road to Dublin.


    The boys of Liverpool, When we safely landed,
    Called myself a fool, could no longer stand it;
    Blood began to boil, Temper I was losin',
    When ould Erin's isle, They began abusin',
    Hurrah for a, says I, Let me shillelagh fly;
    Galway boys were by, knew I was a hobblin,
    with a loud hurray, joined in the affray.
    Soon we cleared the way, For the rocky road to Dublin

  • Young Dubliners - With All Due Respect - Follow Me Up To Carlow

    3:38

    Lift MacCahir Og your face
    You're brooding o'er you're old disgrace
    That black FitzWilliam stormed your place,
    He sent you to the Fern.
    Grey said victory was sure
    Soon the firebrand he'd secure;
    Until he met at Glenmalure
    With Fiach MacHugh O'Byrne.

    Curse and swear Lord Kildare,
    Fiach will do what Fiach will dare
    Now FitzWilliam, have a care
    Fallen is your star, low.
    Up with halberd out with sword
    On we'll go for by the lord
    Fiach MacHugh has given the word,
    Follow me up to Carlow.

    From Tassagart to Clonmore,
    There flows a stream of Saxon gore
    Oh, great is Rory Oge O'More,
    At sending loons to Hades.
    White is sick and Grey is fled,
    And now for black FitzWilliam's head
    We'll send it over, dripping red,
    To Liza and her ladies.

    Curse and swear Lord Kildare,
    Fiach will do what Fiach will dare
    Now FitzWilliam, have a care
    Fallen is your star, low.
    Up with halberd out with sword
    On we'll go for by the lord
    Fiach MacHugh has given the word,
    Follow me up to Carlow.

    Curse and swear Lord Kildare,
    Fiach will do what Fiach will dare
    Now FitzWilliam, have a care
    Fallen is your star, low.
    Up with halberd out with sword
    On we'll go for by the lord
    Fiach MacHugh has given the word,
    Follow me up to Carlow.

    See the swords of Glen Imayle,
    They flash all o'er the English pale,
    See all the children of the Gael,
    Beneath O'Byrne's banners
    Rooster of the fighting stock,
    Would you let a Saxon cock
    Crow out upon an Irish rock?
    Fly up and we'll teach him manners.

    Curse and swear Lord Kildare,
    Fiach will do what Fiach will dare
    Now FitzWilliam, have a care
    Fallen is your star, low.
    Up with halberd out with sword
    On we'll go for by the lord
    Fiach MacHugh has given the word,
    Follow me up to Carlow.

  • Young Dubliners - With All Due Respect - Auld Triangle

    2:23

    A hungry feeling
    Came o'er me stealing
    And the mice were squealing
    In my prison cell
    And that auld triangle went jingle-jangle
    All along the banks of the Royal Canal


    To begin the morning
    The screw was bawling
    Get up ya bowsy And clean out your cell!
    And that auld triangle went jingle jangle
    All along the banks of the Royal Canal


    Now the screw was peeping
    As the lag lay sleeping
    Dreaming about his girl Sal
    And that auld triangle went jingle-jangle
    All along the banks of the Royal Canal


    Up in the female prison
    There are seventy five women
    And among them now I wish I did dwell
    Then that auld triangle could go jingle jangle
    All along the banks of the Royal Canal

  • Young Dubliners Foggy Dew

    3:42

    Nothing beats Irish music. This is my tribute vid to the men that died in 1916

    Band-Young Dubliners

    Song-Foggy Dew

  • Young Dubliners - With All Due Respect - Foggy Dew

    3:13

    TWAS DOWN THE GLEN ONE EASTER MORN TO A CITY FAIR RODE I
    THOSE ARMOURED LINES OF MARCHING MEN
    IN SQUADRONS PASSED ME BY
    NO PIPE DID HUM , NO BATTLE DRUM DID SOUND ITS DREAD TATOO
    BUT THE ANGELAS BELLS O'ER THE LIFFEY SWELL
    RANG OUT O'ER THE FOGGY DEW


    RIGHT PROUDLY HIGH OVER DUBLIN TOWN
    THEY HUNG OUT THE FLAG OF WAR
    TWAS BETTER TO DIE NEATH AN IRISH SKY
    THEN AT SUVLA OR SUD EL BAR
    AND FROM THE PLAINS OF ROYAL MEATH
    STRONG MAN CAME HURRYING THROUGH
    WHILE BRITANNIAS HUNS WITH THEIR LONG RANGE GUNS
    SAILED OUT O'RE THE FOGGY DEW


    TWAS ENGLAND BADE OUR WILD GEESE FLY
    THAT SMALL NATIONS MIGHT BE FREE
    BUT THEIR LONELY GRAVES ARE BY SUVAS WAVES
    ON THE FRINGE OF THE GREAT NORTH SEA
    OH HAD THEY DIED BY PEARCES SIDE
    OR FOUGHT WITH CATHAL BRUGH
    THEIR NAMES WE WOULD KEEP
    WHERE THE FENIANS SLEEP
    NEATH THE SHROWD OF THE FOGGY DEW


    BUT THE BRAVEST FELL AS THE REQUEIM BELL
    RANG MORNFULLY AND CLEAR
    FOR THOSE WHO DIED THAT EASTER TIDE
    IN THE SPRING TIME OF THE YEAR
    AND THE WORLD DID GAZE WITH DEEP AMAZE
    AT THOSE FEARLESS MEN BUT FEW
    WHO BORE THE FIGHT SO THAT FREEDOMS LIGHT
    MIGHT SHINE THROUGH THE FOGGY DEW

    WHO BORE THE FIGHT SO THAT FREEDOMS LIGHT
    MIGHT SHINE THROUGH THE FOGGY DEW
    (Got these from the main site, they were all in caps)

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