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The Great Songs Of The British Isles: from Arielle Gabriel

On Board the Kangaroo

Songs Of Wales
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Alexander's Hornpipe
Amazing Grace
The Banks of the Roses
Biddy Mulligan
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Botany Bay
Brennan On The Moor
The Butcher Boy
Comical Genius
The Curragh of Kildare
Daisey A Day
Danny Boy
Dirty Old Town
Donegal Danny
The Bold Fenian Men
Dublin Jack Of All Trades
Dublin Saunter
The Dying Rebel
Easy And Slow
Fiddlers Green
The Fields Of Athenry
Finnegan's Wake
Flower Of Scotland
The Foggy Dew
Follow Me Up To Carlow
Four Green Fields
I'm A Freeborn Man
Free the People
Minstrel Boy
The Meeting Of The Waters
My Gentle Harp
Oh Breathe Not His Name
Pretty Maid Milking A Cow
She Is Far From The Land
Silent Oh Moyle
The Time I've Lost In Wooing
Tho The Last Glimpse Of Erin
When He Who Adores Thee
The Ghost Lover
The Holy Ground Once More
The Irish Exile
Kathleen O'Moore
The Lake Of Coolfin
Lovely Molly
The Maid Who Sold Her Barley
Mrs. McGrath
My Johnny Was A Shoemaker
Neil Flaherty's Drake
The Nobleman's Wedding
On Board The Ninety Eight
The Ploughboy: The Lark In The Moon
Quare Bungle Rye
Richard Of Taunton Dean
The Sign Of The Bonny Blue Bell
Van Diemen's Land
Wild Colonial Boy
The Willow Tree: Irish Version
Young Edwin In The Lowlands Low
The Young Servant Man
Garry Owen
Green Bushes
Oh No John
Tarry Trousers
Ned Of The Hill
Peggy Bawn
Rakes Of Mallow
Reilly's Daughter
Abdul Abulbul Amir
Andy McElroe
Blow The Candles Out
Galway City
John O'Dwyer
Old Maid In The Garret
The Parting Glass
Shule Agra
Star Of The County Down
Molly Brannigan
Savourneen Deelish
Snowy Breasted Pearl
Bantry Bay
Salley Gardens
I Dreamt I Was In Marble Halls
Katey Kearney
The Low Back'd Car
On Board the Kangaroo
The Rose Of Tralee
I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
The Mulligan Guard
Sweet Rosie OGrady
She Moved Through The Fair
Are You There Moriarity?
Abroad As I Was Walking
As I Roved Out One Morning
The Barnyards Of Delgaty

O, once I was a waterman
And lived at home at ease,
And now I am a mariner
And plough the angry seas.
I thought I'd like seafaring life,
So bid my love adieu,
And shipp'd as cook and steward boys,
On board the Kangaroo.

My love she was no foolish girl,
Her age it was two score,
My love was not a spinster,
She'd been married twice before;
And they could not say it was her wealth
That stole my heart away.
For she was a laundry starcher
At three-and-six a day.

Oh think of me! Oh think of me!
She mournfully did say,
When you are in a foreign land,
Three thousand miles away;
And take this lucky farthing,
'Twill make you bear in mind
The loving, faithful, trusting heart
You leave in tears behind.

Cheer up! Cheer up! my own true love,
Don't weep so bitterly,
But she sobbed and sighed and choked
And cried and couldn't say goodbye.
I won't be gone so very long,
Maybe a month or two,
And when I do come back again,
Of course I'll marry you.

Our vessel it was homeward bound
From many a foreign shore.
And many a foreign present
Unto my love I bore;
There were tortoises from Teneriffe
And toys from Timbuctoo,
A Chinese rat and a Bengal cat
And a Bombay cockatoo.

Paid off, I sought her dwelling
In the suburbs of the town,
An ancient dame upon a line
Was hanging out a gown.
Where is my love? She's married, sir,
About six months ago,
To a man who drives a hardware van
For Johnny Fox and Co.

Farewell to Dixon's soap suds
From the famous brand called Crown,
To Reckitt's Blue, well known to you,
And Crean's Scouring Brown;
I'll seek some far and distant clime,
I can no longer stay,
For my heart is now so shattered
I must live on China tay.



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