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Whisky In The Jar

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  1. Faukora says:Dec 08,  · Whiskey in the Jar Irish folk song played by The Dubliners Capo 2nd fret [Verse] C Am As I was going over the far fam'd Kerry Mountains, F C G /5().
  2. Mokasa says:There's whiskey in the jar If anyone can aid me 't is my brother in the army If I can find his station in Cork or in Killarney And if he'll go with me, we'll go rovin' in Kilkenny And I'm sure he'll treat me better than my own a-sporting Jenny Mush-a ring dum-a do dum-a da Wack fall the daddy-o, wack fall the daddy-o There's whiskey in the jar.
  3. Arashigor says:Mar 11,  · "Whiskey in a Jar," one of the best known traditional Irish vocal ballads, probably originated in the midth century, according to folklorist Alan Lomax, and it has been found in dozens of forms on both sides of the Atlantic. It tells the story of a highwayman (robber) who robs a military officer and who is subsequently betrayed by his woman.
  4. Daktilar says:"Whiskey In The Jar" is a traditional Irish folks song that's been recorded since the early 's, involving a Highwayman who's been betrayed by his lover, and his passion for nothing but the courage he takes from whiskey in the jar, and his ever embolden road crimes/5(30).
  5. Fenrizshura says:"Whiskey In The Jar" As I was goin' over the Cork and Kerry mountains. I saw Captain Farrell and his money he was countin'. I first produced my pistol and then produced my rapier.
  6. Dular says:About “Whiskey in the Jar” This is one of the best known Irish folk songs, and it dates to the 17th century. It’s a story of a highwayman (a bandit) and his not so faithful lover. The song came to.
  7. Dusar says:In Youtube there exists so many versions of dubliners "whiskey in the jar" but in my opinion this version ist the best of all. Sadly I don't found it in yout.

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