My parents reared me tenderly / Jim MacFarland and Jimmy McBride

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My parents reared me tenderly / Jim MacFarland and Jimmy McBride
ITMA Reference Number:108-BK
Title:My parents reared me tenderly : and other traditional songs sung in Inishowen / compiled and annotated by Jim McFarland and Jimmy McBride
Section:Digitised Books
Publication Details:[Buncrana] : J. McFarland and J. McBride, 1985
Copyright:J. McFarland and J. McBride 1985
Physical Description:96 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. (pbk. bound by Archive)
Subject:Ireland: Songs in English; Ireland: Songs in Irish
Contributor:MacFarland, Jim
McBride, Jimmy
Table of Contents:The bonnie labouring boy -- John Reilly the fisherman – The girl I left behind -- Erin's lovely home -- My parents reared me tenderly -- False lover John -- My charming blue eyed Mary – The maid of Culmore – The girl from Glenagivney – The jacket so blue – The shifting apron – The old reserves – The rose of Glenfin -- Bold Sean and the tinker – The blazing star of Drung -- Erin is my home – The bright silvery light of the moon – The green fields of Americay -- Nora Lynch -- Derry Jail -- Ballyliffin Town -- Falkirk Fair -- Sweet Isle of Doagh – The green fields of Annagh – The collier lad – The Cloontagh boys – The shamrock shore -- Moville – The next market day -- Pat O'Donnell, the son of old Grainne -- Pat O'Donnell, Newgate's dreary prison -- Caoineadh 'n Dalaigh -- O'Donnell's lament -- Everyone does it but you – The mincer – The Burnfoot young policeman – The pride of Moville Town -- Plearaca na bPollan – The jolly smuggler – The courting coat -- My bonnie Irish boy -- The Free State farmer – The Buncrana Train – The bonnet so blue – A lament to the Fanad boys -- Caroline of Edinburgh Town -- Dinsmur of Bonniewood Hall – The Illies still – The Shandrum still – The cool winding banks of the Ayr – The rusty mare – The three O'Donnells -- Ceol na dtrí n-Dálach – The royal rats of Carn -- Dark Inishowen – The Mary Snow – The high walls of Derry – The wreck of the Cambria -- Carndonagh far away

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