Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers - 20 Irish Party Songs album
20 Classic Oldies British Pub Songs (musicfromrizzo).
Album: Party Tyme Karaoke - Irish Songs. Party Tyme Karaoke - Irish Songs: Best 2 songs. Party Tyme Karaoke - Harrigan (Made Popular By Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers) 01:39. Party Tyme Karaoke - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Made Popular By The Irish Tenors) 03:13. Album: Party Tyme Karaoke - Irish Songs. Party Tyme Karaoke: best 2 tracks. Party Tyme Karaoke - Eye In The Sky (Made Popular By The Alan Parsons Project) Party Tyme Karaoke - Classic Rock Hits 1, 2018 04:24. Party Tyme Karaoke - Leaving On A Jet Plane (Made Popular By John Denver) Party Tyme Karaoke - Classic Country 5, 2018 04:03.
Oh I woke me up this mornin' And I heard a joyful song From the throats of happy Irishmen A hundred thousand strong Sure it was the Hibernian Brigade Lining up for to start the big parade. So I fetched me Sunday bonnet And me flag I love so well And I bought myself a shamrock Just to wear in me lapelle Don't you know that today's March 17 It's the day for the wearin' of the green. It's a Great Day for the Irish It's a great day for fair The sidewalks of New York are thick with blarney. For sure you'd think New York was ol' Killarney
Earnest Fun Playful Smooth Soothing Stylish Sweet Carefree Confident Energetic Sentimental Innocent. The Countdown Singers.
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A shamrock is a young sprig, used as a symbol of Ireland. Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, is said to have used it as a metaphor for the Christian Holy Trinity. The name shamrock comes from Irish seamróg, which is the diminutive of the Irish word seamair óg and means simply "young clover". Shamrock usually refers to either the species Trifolium dubium (lesser clover, Irish: seamair bhuí) or Trifolium repens (white clover, Irish: seamair bhán).
|If You're Irish With A Shillelagh|
|Isle Of Innisfree|
|Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?|
|That's An Irish Lullaby|
|Dear Old Donegal|
|A Little Bit Of Heaven|
|It's A Great Day For The Irish|
|The Stone Outside|
|My Wild Irish Rose|
|When Irish Eyes Are Smiling|
|I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen|
|Phil The Fluter|
|How Can You Buy Killarney?|
|If You're Irish (Reprise)|
|GES 1128, GES.1128||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers - 20 Irish Party Songs (LP)||Emerald Gem, Emerald Gem||GES 1128, GES.1128||UK||1973|
|NA-455||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers - 20 Irish Party Songs (LP, Album)||K-Tel||NA-455||Australia||1967|
|NC-422||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers - 20 Irish Party Songs (LP, Album)||K-Tel||NC-422||Canada||1967|
|ILP 301||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers||Barry O'Dowd & The Shamrock Singers - 20 Irish Party Songs (LP)||Image||ILP 301||Australia||1973|