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Spancill Hill - Foreign Feathers - Where Theyve Been Bred and Born (CD)

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  1. Faekinos
    Listen to music from Foreign Feathers like The Dalesman's Litany. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Foreign Feathers. Where they've been bred and born. Play album Popular this week „Johnny Cope“ und „Spancil Hill“. read more.
  2. Douran
    CD live - where they‘ve been bred and born. 1. Spancill Hill. 2. Botany Bay. 3. Follow Me Up To Carlow. 4. The Dalesman's Litany. 5. New York Girls. 6. Ye Jacobites By Name.
  3. Gojin
    Spancil Hill, or in original spelling Spancilhill, is a traditional Irish folk ballad composed by Michael Considine (–73), who was born in Spancil Hill and migrated to the pregenceconctalthe.claptakseberzocarmainoiranfaikiddabb.co bemoans the plight of the Irish emigrants who so longed for home from their new lives in America. This song is sung by a man who longs for his home in Spancill Hill, County Clare, his friends and the love he left.
  4. Naramar
    Spancil Hill Lyrics: Last night as I lay dreaming of pleasant days gone by / My mind being bent on rambling to Ireland I did fly / I stepped on board a vision and I followed with a will / Till next I.
  5. Kazrakora
    Jul 08,  · The ballad of Spancil Hill was written by Michael Considine who did wander off. Born in Spancil Hill in , Considine took himself off across the Atlantic Ocean in Author: Pauline Murphy.
  6. Kazilar
    Watch the video for Spancil Hill from The Dubliners's Ireland's No.1 Folk Group for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Kazicage
    'Til next I came to anchor at the cross at Spancil Hill It being on the 23rd of June, the day before the fair When Ireland's sons and daughters and friends assembled there The young, the old, the brave and the bold came, their duty to fulfill At the parish church in Clooney, a mile from Spancil Hill I went to see me neighbors, to see what they.
  8. Nikocage
    The ballad of Spancil Hill was written by Michael Considine who did wander off. Born in Spancil Hill in , Considine took himself off across the Atlantic in search of a better life at the age of Considine spent his first few years of emigration in Boston before moving west to follow the gold rush in California. He fell into bad health at.

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