Dropkick murphys rocky road to dublin

Maybe it's not widely known that Irish are derisively referred to as Paddies? This page was last edited on 22 May , at Lyrics submitted by oofus. The boys in Liverpool, when on the dock I landed.

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For instance "June" in the first line is often replaced by "May". He leaves his hometown of TuamCounty Galway on foot, resting in Mullingar where he charms the local women with his "curious style" his Galway brogue accent and swagger.

Articles with hAudio microformats. Views Read Edit View history. Started by daylight, with spirits light and airy; Took a drop of the pure, dropkickk keep my spirits from sinking, That's always an Irishman's cure, whenever he's troubled with thinking. Mufphys boys in Liverpool, when on the dock I landed.

Rocky Road To Dublin - Dropkick Murphys - VAGALUME

He arrives in the English murphsy Liverpool where he is mocked by the locals because of his Irishness. From there I got away Me spirits never failing Landed on the quay Just as the ship was sailing Captain at me roared Said that no room had he Then I jumped aboard A cabin found for Paddy Down among the pigs Played some funny rigs Danced some hearty jigs The water 'round me bubblin' Off to hollyhead Wished myself was dead Or better far instead On the rocky road to Dublin One, two, three, four, five Hunt the hare and turn her down the rocky road And all the way to Dublin, whack-fol-la-de-da!

Ure like on speed or smthn: I did not sigh or moan until I saw Athlone. Why not add your own? The words were written by D. General Comment Madcap, you're slightly off. Most interpretations of the twentieth century omit the second and antepenultimate couplets, and replace the original chorus by the following:.

They axed if I was hired, the wages I required. He leaves Tuam in the west to look for work in Dublin. General Comment my favorite verions is the dubliners'.

Login with Facebook Error: In Dublin next arrived, I thought it was a pity To be so soon deprived of a view of that fine city; ' Twas dubiln I took a stroll, all among the quality, My bundle then was stole in a neat locality, Something crossed my mind, thinks I, I'll look behind.

A Few Good Men.

From Muurphys, the free encyclopedia. The Rocky Road to Dublin Lyrics In the merry month of June From my home I started Left the girls of Tuam Nearly brokenhearted Saluted me father dear Kissed me darling mother Drank a pint of beer My grief and tears to smother Then off to reap the corn Leave where I was born Cut a stout blackthorn To banish ghosts and goblin Brand-new pair of brogues Rattling o'er the bogs Frightening all the dogs On the rocky road to Dublin One, two, three, four, five In Mullingar last night I rested limbs so weary Started by daylight Next morning bright and early Took a drop of the pure To keep me heart from sinking That's the Paddy's cure When he's on the drinking See the lassies smile Laughing all the while At me darling style Would set your heart a-bubblin' Asked me was I hired Wages I required 'til I was almost tired Of the rocky road rosd Dublin One, two, three, four, five Hunt the hare and turn her down the rocky road And all the way to Dublin, whack-fol-la-de-da!

Rocky Road to Dublin

In the merry month of June From my home I started Left the girls of Tuam Nearly brokenhearted Saluted me father dear Kissed me darling mother Drank a pint of dublun My grief and tears to smother Then off to reap the corn Leave where I was born Cut a stout blackthorn To banish ghosts and goblin Brand-new pair of brogues Rattling o'er the bogs Frightening all the dogs On the rocky road to Dublin One, two, three, four, five In Mullingar last night I rested limbs so weary Started by daylight Next morning bright and early Took a drop of the pure To keep me heart from sinking That's the Paddy's cure When he's on the drinking See the lassies smile Laughing all the while At me darling style Would set your heart a-bubblin' Asked me was I hired Wages I required 'til I was almost tired Of the rocky road to Dublin One, two, three, four, five Hunt the hare and turn her down the rocky road And all the way to Dublin, whack-fol-la-de-da!

A pain in my shin bone, it set my heart a-bubbling; And fearing the big cannon, looking o'er the Shannon, I very quickly ran on the rocky road to Dublin. The boys in Liverpool When we safely landed Called myself a fool I could no longer stand it Blood roxd to boil Temper I was losing Poor old Erin's Isle They began abusing Hooray me soul, says I Let the shellaillagh fly Some Galway boys were nigh Saw I was a-hobblin' With a loud array They joined me in the fray And soon we cleared the way On the rocky road to Dublin One, two, three, four, five Murpbys the hare and turn her down the rocky road And all the way to Dublin, whack-fol-la-de-da!

Similar to the American "Yankee", I suppose.

For every step of the road, bedad I says I, I'll walk it. Called myself a fool, I could no longer stand it; My blood began to boil, my temper I was losing.

The Rocky Road to Dublin

The Spicy McHaggis Jig. I could be wrong, but it's a cool song nonetheless. It wasn't much in vogue on the rocky road to Dublin. He hops a ship in the harbour headed for England, and is placed in the hold with the pigs where he experiences severe sea sickness off the coast of HolyheadWales.

It really is a fun kinda murphya, and lyrically, I think it's about this guy that travels hard all the way to Dublin, but when he gets there it is shitty, so sublin comes back and gets made fun off, so a drunken brawl ensues A coachman raised his hand as if myself was wanting, I went up to ,urphys stand, full of cars for jaunting; "Step up, my boy!

There are many variations in the lyrics depending on the singer. But sure the luggage van was too much for my ha'pence.

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