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A band of youthful heroes / The Crimson Flag of Derry - Melody

All things bright and beautiful - Melody
Alone in crowds to wander on - Melody
An Irishman's Epistle - Melody

And did you go to see the show / The Orange Lily O! - Melody
And who are you, me pretty fair maid / As I Roved Out One Morning - Melody
Arranmore Boat Song, The - Melody
As I Roved Out One Morning - Melody
As I was a-goin’ over Gilgarra Mountain / Gilgarra Mountain - Melody
As vanquish'd Erin wept beside - Melody
At Boolavogue as the sun was setting / Boolavogue - Melody





Battle of Garvagh, The - Melody
Being on the 12th day of July / Dolly's Brae - Melody
Belles of Tipperary - Melody
Bendermeer's Stream - Melody
Black Velvet Band - Melody

Blond Agnes - Melody
Boolavogue - Melody
Boys of Kilkenny, The - Melody
Bright Orange Banner, The - Melody
By Killarney's Lakes and Fells / Killarney - Melody








Cailín Deas Crúite Na Mbó - Melody
Carrickfergus - Melody
Chief of sinners though I be - Melody
Clancy Lowered The Boom - Melody

Cockles and Mussels - Melody
Come all ye loyal heroes and listen unto me / The Rocks Of Bawn - Melody
Come all you gallant poachers / Van Dieman's Land - Melody
Come on you young brethren and listen to me / The Times they are a-Changing - Melody
Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish - Melody
Coolin, The, or Coulin - Melody
Crimson Flag of Derry, The - Melody
Croppy Boy, The - MelodyCumha Eoghan Ruaidh Uí Néill - Melody
Curragh of Kildare - Melody



Danny Boy - Melody

Did you ever go in to an Irishman's shanty / Irish Washerwoman - Melody

D-Day Dodgers - Melody
Dear Land of Hope, thy hope is crowned / Land of Hope and Glory - Melody
Do ye ken John Peel with his coat so grey? / John Peel - Melody
Dogger Bank, The - Melody

Dolly's Brae - Melody 

Do shiúlfainn féin i gcónáí leat / Eibhlín a Rún - Melody
Down by the Salley Gardens - Melody








Eileen Aroon - Melody
Fair Una - Melody
Fairy Hills - Melody
Far across yonder blue lies a true fairyland / The Green Glens of Antrim - Melody
Far, far from the isle of the holey and grand / Lone Shanakyle - Melody
Fare Thee Well Eniskillen - Melody
Farewell! but whenever you welcome the hour - Melody
Father Murphy - Melody

Fenian Song, A - Melody

Fight the good fight With all thy might - Melody
Flower of Sweet Strabane - Melody
Foggy Dew, The (Other lyrics) - Melody
Full many a long wild winter's night / Shutting of the Gates of Derry - Melody






Garryowen - Melody
Gather up the pots and the old tin cans / Hills Of Connemara - Melody

Geese In The Bog - Melody
Gilgarra Mountain - Melody
Green Glens of Antrim, The - Melody
Green Grassy Slopes, The - Melody






Hark, ten thousand harps and voices - Melody
Haste to the Wedding - Melody
He Is Risen - Melody
Hi for the Beggarman - Melody
Hills of Connemara - Melody
Ho brother Teague, Dost hear de decree / Lilliburlero - Melody
How sweet is to roam by the sunny Shure stream / The Rose Of Mooncoin - Melody
Humors of Whisky, The - Melody







I bind unto myself today / St. Patrick's Breastplate - Melody
I have seen the lark soar high at morn / Singing Bird - Melody
I sat within the valley green / Wind That Shakes the Barley - Melody
I wish I was in Carrickfergus / Carrickfergus - Melody
If I were King of Ireland's Isle / Flower of Sweet Strabane - Melody
I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - Melody
I'll Tell My Ma when I go home - Melody
I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover - Melody
I'm sitting on the stile, Mary, where we once sat side by side / The Irish Emigrant - Melody
I bind unto myself today / St. Patrick's Breastplate - Melody

In the County Tyrone, near the town of Dungannon / The Old Orange Flute - Melody
In the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and six / The Irish Rover - Melody
Irish Washerwoman - Melody
It was early, early in the spring / The Croppy Boy - Melody
It was early in the morning Willie Lemur arose / Lakes of Cool Fin - Melody
It was on a fine summer's morning / Pretty Maid Milking the Cow - Melody
It's a Long Way to Tipperary - Melody
It's cold and raw the northwinds blow / The Maid that Sold Her Barley - Melody
It's of a jolly beggarman came tripping o'er the plain / The Jolly Beggar - Melody
I've been a wild rover for many a year / Wild Rover - Melody
I've traveled all over this world / Rosin The Beau - Melody







Jesus, I my cross have taken - Melody
Johnny Doyle - Melody
Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye - Melody
July the First in Ouldbridge Town / The Boyne Water - Melody
Kilgary Mountain - Melody
Killarney - Melody

Lakes of Cool Fin - Melody
Lament For Owen Roe O'Neill - Melody
Lark In The Clear Air, The - Melody
Lilliburlero - Melody

Lisnagade - Melody
Londonderry Air - Melody
Lone Shanakyle - Melody
Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious - Melody

Lord of the living harvest - Melody





Maid that Sold Her Barley, The - Melody
Mar táid a Dhé na Gaedhil gan treóir is truagh! / Cumha Eoghan Ruaidh Uí Néill - Melody
Mellow the moonlight to shine is beginning / The Spinning Wheel - Melody
Minstrel Boy, The - Melody
Molly Malone - Melody

Monaghan - Melody
Mountains O'Mourne, The - Melody

My name it is Neil, quite candid I tell / Nell Flaherty's Drake - Melody
My Singing Bird - Melody
My young love said to me, My mother won't mind / She Moved Through The Fair - Melody









Near Banbridge town in the County Down / The Star of the County Down - Melody
Nell Flaherty's Drake - Melody

Now Clancy was a peaceful man / Clancy Lowered The Boom - Melody
Now Jack was a sailor who roamed on the town / Quare Bungle Rye - Melody
O'er the distant mountains breaking - Melody

O, a wan cloud was drawn o'er the dim weeping dawn - Melody
O, all the money e'er I had / The Parting Glass - Melody
O, banquet not in those shining bowers - Melody
O father dear, I oft-times hear / Skibereen - Melody
O Mary this London's a wonderful sight / The Mountains O'Mourne - Melody
O Paddy dear, and did ye hear the news that's goin' round? / The Wearin' Of The Green - Melody

Our troop was made ready at the dawn / Fare Thee Well Eniskillen - Melody





Parting Glass, The - Melody
Portadown - Melody
Quare Bungle Rye - Melody
Red Is The Rose that in yonder garden grows - Melody
Rising of the Moon, The - Melody
Rocks Of Bawn, The - Melody
Rocky Road to Dublin, The - Melody
Rose Of Mooncoin, The - Melody
Rose of Tralee, The - Melody
Rosin The Beau - Melody







Sash My Father Wore, The - Melody
Save me from the grave and wise - Melody

Saw you never, in the twilight - Melody
She Moved Through The Fair - Melody
Singing Bird - Melody
Skibereen - Melody
Snowy Breasted Pearl, The - Melody
Song of Innisfail - Melody
Sons, Whose sires with Wiliam Bled - Melody
St. Patrick's Breastplate - Melody
Stand up, ye toilers, why crouch ye like cravens? / Workers of the World - Melody
Star of the County Down, The - Melody
Stricken, smitten, and afflicted - Melody
Sure I'm an Ulster Orangeman / The Sash My Father Wore - Melody








The first storm of winter blew high, blew high / Wolfe Tone - Melody
The Gaelic race, alas, no leader owns / Lament For Owen Roe O'Neill - Melody
The pale moon was rising above yon green mountain / The Rose of Tralee - Melody
The Queen's Own Regiment / A Fenian Song - Melody
The roseate hues of early dawn, the brightness of the day - Melody
There's a bower of roses by Bendermeer's stream / Bendermeer's Stream - Melody
There's a colleen fair as May / The Snowy Breasted Pearl - Melody
There is a green hill far away - Melody
They came from a land beyond the sea / Song of Innisfail - Melody
Though the last glimpse of Erin with sorrow I see / The Coulin - Melody

'Tis pretty to be in Ballinderry / Ballinderry - Melody
To-morrow, comrade, we / Song of the Battle Eve - Melody
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral - Melody








Úna bhán - Melody
Van Dieman's Land - Melody

Wearin' Of The Green, The - Melody
Wexford Carol, The - Melody
What a friend we have in Jesus - Melody
When, like the dawning day / Eileen Aroon - Melody
When through life unblest we rove / On Music - Melody
While goin' the road to sweet Athy, hurroo, hurroo / Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye - Melody
Whiskey in the Jar - Melody
Who is this that comes from Edom - Melody
Who Threw the Overalls in Mistress Murphy's Chowder - Melody
Wild Rover - Melody
Wind That Shakes the Barley - Melody
Wolfe Tone - Melody
Workers of the World - Melody







Ye Protestants of Ulster / Lisnagade - Melody
You roving blades and winsome maids / McAlpine's crew - Melody
Youghal Harbor (1798 Uprising) - Melody
Zion stands by hills surrounded - Melody

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21 Maart 2003