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Seamas Kavanagh's 1930s song, "Biddy Mulligan, the Pride of the Coombe," performed by Canadian folk musician, Jesse Ferguson.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Dan Quinn – Mrs. Mulliagan, Pride Of The Coombe. Label: Columbia – IFB 250.
Biddy Mulligan the Pride of the Coombe. Biddy Mulligan the Pride of the Coombe (sometimes just called Biddy Mulligan) is a song written by Seamus Kavanagh in the 1930s, and made famous by the performances of the music-hall singer and comedian Jimmy O'Dea, who also took on the persona of the charismatic stall-holder. The song-writer Seamus Kavanagh collaborated with the scriptwriter Harry O'Donovan, who in turn had formed a partnership with Jimmy O'Dea
Mulligan The Pride Of The Coombe. Vocals – Patrick Kavanagh (4). Notes. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): JW 188.
I'm a buxom fine widow, I live in a spot In Dublin, they call it the Coombe. Me shops and me stalls are laid out on the street, And me palace consists of one room. I sell apples and oranges, nuts and sweet peas, Bananas and sugar stick sweet. On a Saturday night I sell second-hand clothes, From the floor of me stall in the street. cho: I sell fish on a Friday, spread out on a board; The finest you'll find in the sea.
Biddy Mulligan the Pride of the Coombe (sometimes just called Biddy Mulligan) is a song written by Seamas Kavanagh in the 1930s, and made famous by the performances of the music-hall singer and comedian Jimmy O'Dea, who also took on the persona of the charismatic stall-holder. YouTube Encyclopedic. Street-stalls have long since disappeared from the corner of Patrick Street and the Coombe but a market consisting of street stalls is held on nearby Meath Street every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The song portrays a caricature or stereotype of a Dublin stall-holder, in which the working-class subject is patronised (. gently made fun of and celebrated at the same time.
cho: You may travel from Clare to the county Kildare From Francis Street back to the Coombe; But where would you see a fine widow like me? Biddy Mulligan the pride of the Coombe, me boys, Biddy Mulligan the pride of the Coombe. I'm a buxom fine widow, I live in a spot In Dublin, they call it the Coombe.
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On the banks of the roses, my love and I sat down And I took out my violin to play my love a tune In the middle of the tune, O she sighed and she said O Johnny, lovely Johnny, Would you leave me O when I was a young man, I heard my father say That he'd rather see me dead. and buried in the clay Sooner than be married to any runaway By the lovely sweet banks of the roses O then I am no runaway and soon I'll let them know I can take a good glass or leave it alone And the man that doesn't like me, he can keep his daughter home And young Johnny will go roving
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