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The Banks Of My Own Lovely Lee - RTE Concert Orchestra* - Classic Irish (CD, Album)

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  1. When my heart was as light as the wild winds that blow Down the Mardyke through each elm tree Where I sported and play'd 'neath each green leafy shade On the banks of my own lovely Lee. Where I sported and play'd 'neath each green leafy shade On the banks of my own lovely Lee. And then in the springtime of laughterr and song.
  2. Banks of the Lee A folk song of Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. This song's oldest written record only dates to and is attributed to a performance by Mary Doran (possibly Mary Connors, though the Connors Name is a more dubious attribution) for a BBC recording - though no readily accessible version of the recording seems to exist online.
  3. How oft do my thoughts in their fancy take flight To the home of my childhood away, To the days when each patriot's vision seem'd bright Ere I dreamed that those joys should decay. When my heart was as light as the wild winds that blow Down the Mardyke through each elm tree, Where I sported and play'd 'neath each green leafy shade On the banks of my own lovely Lee.
  4. Feb 04,  · Check out Banks of My Own Lovely Lee by Sean Dunphy on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on vatenlosoftempsorireneccaeliro.xyzinfo
  5. May 28,  · Marty talks to Author Nicola Cassidy. Nicola Cassidy is a writer and blogger from Co. Louth, Ireland. Her third novel based on the life of Adele Astaire has just been published.
  6. Here is actor and singer Joe Lych singing The Banks of My Own Lovely vatenlosoftempsorireneccaeliro.xyzinfo and chords Co. Cork based singer, Elle Marie O Dwyer recorded The Banks of My Own Lovely Lee for the album The Banks of My Own Lovely Lee videos - Irish Music Daily.
  7. Then too, when the evening sun's sinking to rest Sheds its golden light over the sea The maid with her lover the wild daisies pressed On the banks of my own lovely Lee The maid with her lover the wild daisies pressed On the banks of my own lovely Lee 'Tis a beautiful land this dear isle of song Its gems shed their light to the world And her.
  8. Includes: The Rare Ould Times • Raglan Road • Spancil Hill • Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair • My Cavan Girl • A Bunch of Thyme • The Mountains of Mourne • Easy and Slow • The Irish Rover • Four Green Fields • The Banks of My Own Lovely Lee • Lanigan's Ball • The Rose of Tralee • Teddy O'Neill • I Know My.
  9. Politics and soldiering Anti-war and anti-recruiting. Arthur McBride" – an anti-recruiting song from Donegal, probably originating during the 17th century. "The Recruiting Sergeant" – song (to the tune of "The Peeler and the Goat") from the time of World War 1, popular among the Irish Volunteers of that period, written by Séamus O'Farrell in , recorded by The Pogues.

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