The Irish Descendants

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There is no place in Canada with any deeper Irish roots than Newfoundland, and The Irish Descendants have captured the essence of the music with their exquisitely produced, award-winning recordings, including a wide range from haunting ballads to high energy tapping reels.


Top Songs

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    Oh, the year was 1778,
    ("How I wish I was in Sherbrook now!")
    A letter of mark came from the King
    To the scummiest vessel I'd ever seen.
    Barrett's Privateers  -  34,119 plays
    In the merry month of june, from me home I started
    left the girls of Tuam, so sad and broken hearted
    saluted father dear, kissed me darlin' mother
    drank a pint of beer, me grief and tears to smother,
    then off to reap the corn, leave where I was born,
    Rocky Road To Dublin  -  25,456 plays
    Ho, ro, the rattlin' bog,
    The bog down in the valley-o.
    Real Bog, the rattlin' bog,
    The bog down in the valley-o.
    Well in the bog there was a hole,
    Rattlin' Bog  -  14,638 plays
    Its another day we go
    sailing o're the blue
    i look to the horizon
    my thoughts drift home to you
    a young man only seventeen
    Go To Sea No More  -  4,836 plays
  5. A Walk In The Irish Rain  -  5,441 plays
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