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1. James Connolly Lyrics

James Connolly Lyrics

A great crowd had gathered Outside of Kilmainhaim, With their heads uncovered they knelt on the ground, For inside that grim prison lay a brave Irish Soldier, His life for his Country about to lay dow



2. Up the Border Lyrics

Up the Border Lyrics

Oh, then Basil Brugha's me name, with me orange sash I came For to beat me drum on the twelfth day of july And the English queen and crown I'll never let them down ‚Up the Border, keep the border!',



3. Come to the Bower Lyrics

Come to the Bower Lyrics

Will you come to the bower O'er the free boundless ocean Where the stupendous waves Roll in thundering motion, Where the mermaids are seen And the fierce tempest gathers, To loved Erin the green, The



4. Glenswilly Lyrics

Glenswilly Lyrics

Attention pay, my countrymen, and hear my native news Although my song is sorrowful, I hope you'll me excuse I left my peaceful residence a foreign land to see And I bid farewell to Donegal, likewise



5. The Gay Galtee Mountains Lyrics

The Gay Galtee Mountains Lyrics

On the gay Galtee Mountains one morning in May I'll tell you a story that happened one day It's about a fair maiden her age was sixteen And she sported the colours white, orange and green. A young Br



6. James Connolly Lyrics

James Connolly Lyrics

A great crowd had gathered Outside of Kilmainhaim, With their heads uncovered they knelt on the ground, For inside that grim prison lay a brave Irish Soldier, His life for his Country about to lay dow



7. Grace Lyrics

Grace Lyrics

As we gather in the chapel here in old Kilmainham Jail I think about these past few weeks, oh will they say we've failed? From our school days they have told us we must yearn for liberty Yet all I wan





9. Kelly The Boy From Killane Lyrics

Kelly The Boy From Killane Lyrics

What's the news? What's the news? O my bold Shelmalier. With you long barrelled gun o'er the sea. See what winds from the north brings your messenger here? With a hymn of the dawn of the free. Goodly



10. Song for Marcella (A Tribute to Bobby Sands) Lyrics

Song for Marcella (A Tribute to Bobby Sands) Lyrics

Doesn't seem quite so long ago, The last time that I saw you, Ain't it funny how the memories grow, They always fold around you, They tried to break you in a living hell, But they couldn't find a way,



11. Arthur McBride Lyrics

Arthur McBride Lyrics

Oh, me and my cousin, one Arthur McBride As we went a-walking down by the seaside Now, mark what followed and what did betide For it being on Christmas morning… Out for recreation, we went on a tram









15. Back Home in Derry Lyrics

Back Home in Derry Lyrics

In 1803 we sailed out to sea Out from the sweet town of Derry For Australia bound if we didn't all drown And the marks of our fetters we carried. In the rusty iron chains we sighed for our wains As o



16. A Nation Once Again Lyrics

A Nation Once Again Lyrics

When Boyhood's fire was in my blood I read of ancient freemen Of Greece and Rome who Bravely stood three hundred men and three men and then I prayed I might yet see our fetters rent in twain and Irela



17. Ghosts of Easter Rising Lyrics

Ghosts of Easter Rising Lyrics

We wait for the siren The crimson horizon The right of our passage Into promised land The conflict approaching Adversaries waiting Just beyond the threshold of our gates By Your hand We make







20. Rifles of the IRA Lyrics

Rifles of the IRA Lyrics

In nineteen hundred and sixteen The forces of the Crown To capture Orange, White, and Green Bombarded Dublin Town In '21, Britannia's sons Were forced to earn their pay, when The black and tans, like