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Six hundred and seventeen Irish songs and ballads

The true lovers’ discussion — Digging for gould — Ailleen — The mountain dew — The cow that ate the piper — The maid of sweet Gorteen — Andy McElore — Norine Maurine — The night that Larry got wed — Beautiful Erin — Mike’s courtship — Winnie’s welcome — McCarthy’s mare — The maid of Castle Craigh — The sacret yez trusted to me — Kate of Arraglen — The exile of Erin — Moonlight at Killarney — The wild Irish boy — Rose of Killarney — The harp without the crown — The blackbird — The Shannon side — Dermot Asthore — Pat Malloy — The green linnet — How dear to me the hour — Shamrocks on Patrick’s day — Shule aroon — Norah’s lament — Soggarth aroon — Kerry dance — I’m an Irish boy — Paddy’s panacea — To sustain the family reputation — The star of Glengary — Paddy whack — The rambler from Clare — Limerick races — The four leaved shamrock — Let Erin remember the days of old — The Waterford boys — I’m proud I’m an Irishman born — Widow Machree — Don’t you cry so, Norah darling — What Norah said (answer to: Norah O’Neal) — The Irish schoolmaster — The Blarney — Come back to me — Arranmore — Widow Machree — The vow of Tipperary — Father Macshane — Mr Finagan — Morning on the Irish coast — Ould Ireland so green — The true born Irishman — John Mitchell — Eileen, sweet Eileen — Pat and the priest — The Blarney — Paddy Blake’s echo — Now can’t you be aisy (air: Arrah, Katty, now can’t you be aisy) — Return of Pat Malloy — Paddy was there with the stick — The island of green — Take me back again, mavourneen — The Irishman — The time I’ve lost in wooing — Where the dear little shamrock grows — The widow’s message to her son — Here’s a health to sweet Erin — Barney’s parting — Mr O’Gallagher — Saint Patrick’s day — The Irish spree — Sweet belle Mahone — Mary of Tipperary — I left Ireland and mother because we were poor — The Mac’s and the O’s — Corporal Casey — Darling old stick — Sweet Kilkenny town — Dear little colleen — Colleen bawn — Teddy Regan’s swarie — Pretty little Irish queen — The green hills of Erin — The colleen bawn — Lanty Leary — Traitors of Ireland (air: Home rule for Ireland) — Mrs McLaughlin’s party — Katy’s letter — Och Norah dear, och — Irish love letter — Petticoat lane — Last rose of summer — Gems of old Ireland — Bright Emerald Isle of the sea — Garden where the praties grow — Paddy’s curiosity shop — Cushlamachree — Nell Flaugherty’s drake — Barney the lad from Kildare — Larry O’Gaff — Though the last glimpse of Erin — Song of Innisfail — Poor old Mike — Johnny Doyle — The fairy well — A song of Killarney, a — Heaven bless the friends of old Ireland — The wake of Teddy the tiler — No Irish need apply — The valley lay smiling before me — Shamus O’Brien — Tim Finigan’s wake — Come back to your Irish home — The boys of Kilkenny — William Reilly’s courtship — My heart’s in old Ireland — Teddy O’Neal — Widow Malone — Eilleen Allanna — The Irish jaunting car — You’re welcome as flowers in May — The Irish are preferred (air: No Irish need apply) — A smart little bit ov a man, a — Pat of Mullingar — The rose and the shamrock — Morrisey and the Russian — Darby Kelly — The sweet songs of Erin asthore — The River Boyne — Old leather breeches — Where is Kathleen — The wearing of the green — Ragged Pat — The Enniskillen dragoon — Tim Flaherty — County jail — Kitty of Coleraine — The fair hills of Ireland — The rose of Erin — Lament of the Irish emigrant — Erin oh Erin — Widow McGee — Great men that Ireland has seen — Lesbia hath a beaming eye — The maids of merry Ireland — Larry MaGee’s wedding — Up for the green — Oh, Molly, I can’t say you’re honest — Widow Nolan’s goat — The poacher — Pastheen fion — Ellen Bawn — The jug of punch — The maid of Ballyhaunis — Search the page of history — The low back’d car — Donnelly and Cooper — The Tanyard side — The rocky road to Dublin — The young rose — Emmett — Where the grass grows green — Limerick is beautiful — The banks of sweet Dundee — The rising of the moon — Paddy O’Rafther — I’m proud I’m an Irishman’s son — The croppy boy — The old bog hole — An Irish girl’s opinion — What can the matter be — The burial of Sir John Moore — The Athlone landlady — The Orangeman’s wife — Mr McAnally and his ould high hat — Father Tom O’Neil — The faster you pluck them the thicker they grow — The harp that once thro’ Tara’s halls — Come back to Erin — The boys of Wexford — Paddy is the boy — Poor Pat must emigrate — Dick Darlin’ cobbler — Oh where’s the slave — When he who adores thee — MacKenna’s dream — Dear praties — The men of Tipperary — Molly Brallaghan — Terry Malone — Drimendroo — Potteen, good luck to ye, dear — Mollie dear, come then with me — Holycross abbey — One pound two — Dandy Pat — Burke’s dream — O’Donnell avenger — Come rest in this bosom — Paddy Burke — The harp of old Ireland — Written in letters of gold — Och Paddy, is it yerself, och — I love old Ireland still — Groves of Blarney — I was the boy for bewitching ’em — Ballyhooley — What Irish boys can do (Answer to’ no Irish need apply’) — Sweet Jenny of the moor — Now then Molly — Glenfinishk — O, Sons of Erin — Larry’s on the force — Wirrasthrue — The Irish wedding — Bright little spot on the ocean — The ould plaid shawl — Jennie the flower of Kildare — Ireland forever — The meeting of the waters — Ballinamuck Brigade (air: Emancipation day) — I’m not myself at all — The Irish colleen — Send back my Barney to me — Mike Brady’s shirt — The Battle of Fontenoy — You’ll remember me — Jenny, I’m not jesting — Larry O’Brien — The Irish mother’s dream — Whiskey, you’re the divil — Johnny I hardly knew ye — My own pretty colleen — Smithermock — The jolly Irishman — Miss Fogarty’s Christmas cake — Molly asthore — Down down sweet County Down — Donaghadee — I’ll name the boy Dennis, or no name at all — Doran’s ass — The bold McIntires — Erin, mavourneen — An Irishman’s toast — O’Donnell abu — The Land League Band — Oh breathe not his name — Katty, darling — An agricultural Irish girl, an — The ivy green — Saint Patrick was a gentleman — Rory of the hill — You’ll soon forget Kathleen — Mickey free’s lament — My little four leaf shamrock from Glennore — The wild rose of Erin — Paddy at the theatre — The old country party — Irish Mary — Bogie Balfour (air: whist bogie man) — One bottle more — When will you meet me again, Norah — Chickabiddy — Rory O’More — Nora O’Neal — The angel’s whisper — Father O’Flynn — The pretty maid milking her cow — Dear old Ireland — The shan van vogh — Colleen dhas cruthin amoe — Paddy’s pastoral rhapsody — Awake and lie dreaming no more (air: Savourneen deelish) — Father Molloy — Eily mavourneen — Good bye, biddy dear — Barney dear Barney, I’m thinking of you — Hurling of the green — The maid of Erin — You would not leave your Norah — The shamrock, rose and thistle — Terry O’Rann — Mary I believed thee true — Kate Connor — Sweet Kathleen girl I adore — Kathleen aroon — Irish national hymn — Pat Malony’s family — The forlorn hope (air: cruiskeen lawn) — The Irish row — Dear land — Patrick Riley — Paddy’s trip from Dublin — The hat me father wore — Oh leave not your Kathleen, oh — Dan Maloney is the man — Old Ireland’s hearts and hands — Dublin bay — The Hoolahan musketeers — Sublime was the warning — Oh Erin, my country, oh — The banks of Brandywine — Aileen mavourneen — The Bay of Biscay O — Ould Ireland, you’re my darlin — A private still, a — I’m dreaming of thee, Norah — The Irishman’s noggin of whiskey — Heenan and Sayers (air: Donnelly and Cooper) — McSorley’s twins — Noreen — Terry O’Roon and his wonderful tune — Orange and green — Loch Ina — Kate O’Shane — The Fenians’ escape — Kate O’Brien — Beautiful shamrock of old Ireland — The Irish brigade — The Irish volunteer — The fine old Irish gentleman — Willy Reilly — Dear harp of my country — Avenging and bright — My Emmet’s no more — Teddy M’Glynn — The old plaid shawl — The Kilkenny boy — The Emerald Isle — Patrick Sheehan — Barney O’Hea — Thy harp, beloved Erin (air: Erin go bragh) — Erin asthore — Pretty Mary dairyman’s daughter — Paddy Magee’s dream — The Irish emigrant girl’s lament — The Irish exile’s love — Sweet Kitty Neil — The gintleman from Kildare — Mother, he’s going away — Don’t blame the mother — The Green Isle — The Irish fair — Bold Jack Donahoe — Erin is my home — Love’s young dream — The Castlebar boy — The Irish stranger — Beautiful girl of Kildare — My father sould charcoal — Hibernia’s lovely Jean — Caoch the piper — One penny portion — Success to the harp and the shamrock green — The day we celebrate — The wedding of Ballyporeen — The Irish boy’s lament — Terrance McMullin — Gramachree Molly — I’m a ranting, roving blade — Norah darling, don’t believe them — Katty O’Rann — Mary of Tralee — When McGuinness gets a job — The true Irish gents — The Irishman’s shanty — The bonny bunch of roses — Treat Pat as a friend and a man — Kathleen mavourneen — Cruiskeen lawn — The Manchester Martyrs — Beautiful isle of the sea — Colleen bawn — The exile’s lament — Molly Muldoon — The death of Sarsfield — Barney O’Toole — A nation once again, a — Robert Emmet — Ireland (air: america) — Norah Magee — The whistling thief — Paddy McGee — Norah Creina — Erin go bragh — Oh blame not the bard, oh — The glass of whisky — Oh my heart bleeds for old Ireland, oh — While history’s muse — Three leaves of shamrock — Oh bay of Dublin, oh — The spinning wheel song — The rose of Tralee — Patriots of Ireland — Phil the fluter’s ball — The minstrel boy — Dear old Paddy’s land — I’m a man you don’t meet every day — Once more in the dear old land — Morrissey and the Benicia boy — The tail iv me coat — Ma Ailleen asthore — The twig of shillelah — Tipperary — Mary of the wild moor — Savourneen deelish — The wearing of the green — The land of potatoes oh — Katie O’Ryan — Ireland (air: Kathleen mavourneen) — St Patrick’s martyrs — Shannon’s flowery banks — Katty from Cork (air: Twig of the Shannon) — McFadden’s picnic — How Paddy stole the rope — Emmet’s farewell to his true love — Beauty of Limerick — Molly bawn — The grave of Wolfe Tone — Norah McShane — Garryowen — Oh shamrock — Mickey the carman (air: low backed car) — She is far from the land — How Erin was born — Give an honest Irish lad a chance — There never was a coward where the shamrock grows — Sprig of shillelah — Lannigan’s ball — Ireland for the Irish — Twelve stone two — I dreamed that old Ireland was free — The Donnybrook jig — Bunch of shamrocks — Oh! Had we some bright little isle of our own — The little old duddeen — Norah the pride of Kildare — Killarney — Paddy loves a shamrock — Bryan O’Lynn — Mollie darling — Barnaby Finegan — Donnybrook fair — Erin’s lovely home — A sweet Irish girl is the darling — Irish hearts for the ladies — The boy from County Clare — How oft has the banshee cried — No Irish wanted here — The legacy — Paddy Carey — Paddy’s land — The land of the shillelah — One of the brave Connaught rangers — Song of the Irish exile — A story of the shamrock — Patsy Watsy — The sons of Hibernia — Paddy Miles — Bonny Irish boy — Good bye Mike, good bye Pat — Katty avourneen — Shamrock shore — You remember Ellen — Barney Brallaghan — Ireland will yet be free — The Irishman’s home — Paddy’s island of green (air: in Ireland so frisky) — The Gael and the green — Rory’s kissing school — The County of Mayo — Hurrah for old Ireland — Paddy on the railway — Molly Flynn — Skibbereen — The green above the red — Handy Andy — Erin go bragh — Erin my country — The Irish girl — The dear little shamrock — Brannigan’s pup — Just to show my respects to McGinnis — The lakes of Cold Finn — High water pants — Morrissey and Heenan fight — Kill or cure — Sweet Eily Machree — Mary Machree — Paddy, ye rascal — Ireland’s protest — Katy Ryan — Home rule for Ireland — The Irish dragoon — Love of the shamrock — The bells of Shandon — Bowld sojer boy — The bard of Armagh, song — Fortune in the fire — Shane Dymas’ daughter — The bold Irish soldier — Colleen dhas machree — The lads who live in Ireland — The pride of Mayo — Patrick’s day parade — McDonald’s return to Glenco — The lady of Knock — Mary Ann Kehoe — A shamrock from the Irish shore — Remember the glories of Brian the brave — A handful of earth — Barney McCoy — Casey’s whiskey — The birth of St Patrick — God save Ireland — Believe me if all those endearing young charms — The exiles of Erin — Irishman’s serenade — The Eighteenth Royal Irish Brigade — Barney Brallaghan’s courtship — Patsey Bralaghan — Ireland’s sword and shield — Brennan on the moore — Robert Emmet — Erin’s green shore — Mr and Mrs Malone (air: My dear old wife and I) — Barney’s courtship — Mary O’Mara — Oh, once we were illigant people — The dear Emerald Isle (air: I always shall speak of old Ireland with pride) — Kathleen of Kildare — The Irishman — Judy McCarty — Bridget Donahue — Captain Dwyer — The origin of the harp — Dear Irish boy — Pat Roach at the play — The flower of Listowel town — Ireland’s native green — Donal Kenny — The Irish wife — Lather and shave — Why can’t Paddy be a gentleman — By that lake, whose gloomy shore — Bold Jack Donahue — Barney come home — Erin — The sweet girls of Derry — A cup o’ tay — Young Ellen Loraine — Just over — Paddy don’t care (air: The old bog hole) — The Tipperary christening — Erin the tear and the smile in thine eyes — The girl I left behind me — Kate Kearney — Irish Molly O — The Irish jig (air: One bumper at parting) — Young Dermot and Bridget Molloy — Paddy’s return (air: Billy O’Rourke) — The Irishmen of to-day — The Irish hurrah — The croppy boy — The rovin’ Irish boy — Bridget Donohue — What will you do, love — Pat’s not so black as he’s painted — Tim MacCarthy’s daughter — Acushla gal machree — Terence’s farewell to Kathleen — The Widow McCarty — Adieu, my own dear Erin — On board of the bugaboo — Avondhu — Wake not that harp again — Hurrah for the Emerald Isle — My noble Irish girl — Innishowen — Rich and rare were the gems she wore — Shall the harp then be silent — Kathleen — Banks of Claudy — The boys of the Irish brigade — We may roam through this world — Biddy O’Toole’s wedding day — Lamentation of General James Shields — Gathering the shamrocks in Ireland — Kitty Tyrrell — The River Roe — Biddy O’Toole — An Irish stew (air: Paddy your own canoe) — The wearing of the green — The mantle so green — Flaming O’Flanagans — O’Reilly the fisherman — Drinane dhun — Any tinware to mend — Pat O’Hara — Give me three grains of corn, mother — That rogue, Reilly — I think of old Ireland wherever I go (air: My heart’s in the highlands) — The husband’s dream — Smiggy Maglooral — Take back the gems you gave me — The twig of Shannon — The Kerry recruit — Don’t run down the Irish — Gem of the sea — Biddy Toole — Our motherland — Pigs’ head wid cabbage and praties