Galway Shawl - Various - 25 Of The Best Irish Drinking Songs - Volume 1 (CD)


  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Irish Pub Songs - Volume 3 on Discogs.
  2. Sam Henry () was an Irish Folk Song collector with the largest collection of folk songs from Northern Ireland between the wars. His works included Songs Of The People and Songs Of The People Part Two - both works were comprehensive and diverse including native Irish songs as well as songs from other origins including England, Scotland.
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  4. All I could think of, was the Galway shawl She worn no jewels, nor costly diamonds No paint nor powder, no none at all But she worn a bonnet with ribbons on it And 'round her shoulders was the Galway shawl I played, 'The Black Bird', 'The Stack of Barley' 'Rodney's Glory' and 'The Foggy Dew' She sang each note like an Irish linnet.
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  6. All I could think of was the Galway shawl. CHORUS I played "The Blackbird" and "The Stack of Barley", " Rodney's Glory" and "The Foggy Dew", She sang each note like an Irish linnet. While the tears flowedfrom her eyes so blue. CHORUS 'Twas early, early, all in the morning, When I hit the road for old Donegal. She said 'Goodby, sir,'she cried.
  7. Dirty Old Town - Luke Kelly 5. Galway Shawl - Brier 6. Grace - Brier 7. The Molly Maguires - The Dubliners 8. Molly Malone - The Dubliners 9. Whiskey On a Sunday - The Corrib Folk A Song for Ireland - The Dubliners Whiskey in the Jar - Luke Kelly Irish Ways and Irish Laws - John Close All for Me Grog - Brier
  8. "The Galway Shawl" is a traditional Irish folk song, concerning a rural courtship in the West of alivkofniwarazancoudafupache.coinfo first known version was collected by Sam Henry from Bridget Kealey in Dungiven in The song has been popularly recorded by many ballad groups in Ireland and is now commonly adapted to a waltz time so that people can dance to it.
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