October 2

Tread On The Tail Of Me Coat (Mush Mush Tural-I-Addy) - The Irish Balladeers - Irish Drinking Songs



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Posted 04.02.2020 by Dougar in category "DEFAULT

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  1. By Mikak on
    I have an album called The Molly Maguires by a band called The Irish Balladeers. All the songs are those sung by the Irish in the coal mining area of Pennsylvania. It was on Avoca Records, released in I don't know if you can still get it. Titles. Sons Of Molly When The Breakers Go Back On Full Time The Black Leg Miner Cushy McCoy Tommy Duffy.
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  2. By Tektilar on
    cho: Mush, mush, mush toor-i-li-ady Mush, mush, mush toor-i-li-ay There was ne'er a gossoon in the village Dared tread on the tail o' me coat. Oh, 'twas there that I learned all me courtin' O the lessons I took in the art! Till Cupid, the blackguard, while sportin' An arrow drove straight through my heart. Miss Judy, she lived just forinst me.
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    The Irish name for County Wexford is the totally unrelated Contae Loch Garman. Literally translated this refers to the "Lake of Garma," Garma being the ancient name of the river Slaney, and the original Irish name, therefore, describing the whole estuary.
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  6. By Shakajinn on
    him and me we had many a scrimmage and the devil a copy I wrote there was ne'er a garson in the village dared tread on the tail of me mush mush mush too roo li addy singin' mush mush mush too ri li ay there was ne'ere a garson in the village dared tread on the tail of me coat Oh 'twas there I learned all of my courtin' many lessons I took up in.
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  10. By Kegal on
    Mar 10,  · Mush, Mush, Mush tural-i-addy Singin' Mush, Mush, Mush tural-i-ay. If you're in for a row or a ruction, Just tread on the tail of me coat. There are several good reasons for drinkin', And another one enters me head: If a fellow can't drink when he's livin' How the hell can he drink when he's dead? Mush, Mush, Mush tural-i-addy Singin' Mush, Mush, Mush tural-i-ay. If a fellow can't drink when .
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