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 Title:  Walton's 132 best Irish songs and ballads
  Publisher:  Unknown
  Place of Publication:  [Dublin?]
  Date of Publication:  unknown
  Original Date of Publ: 
  Publication Number: 
  Number of Pages:  127 p.
  Binding Style:  Paperback
  Dimensions:  7.5 in.
  Contents:  Annie dear -- Are you there Moriarity? -- As a beam o'er the face of the waters -- As slow our ship her foamy track -- At monaseed on a summer's morning -- A ballad of ballad makers -- The Ballymaquilty band -- Barney Hare -- The battle eve of the brigade -- The battle of Baltinglass -- Biddy Mulligan -- Billy Byrne of Ballymanus -- The blackbird's lament -- Boolavogue -- The Boston burglar -- Bould Thady Quill -- Brannigan's pup -- Bridget Donahue -- Bring me a shawl from Galway -- The burning of the Abbey theatre -- The captain with the whiskers -- The chimes of Cove are pealing -- Clare's dragoons -- Come o'er the sea -- Come with me over the mountain -- Come to the bower -- Connemara cradle song -- Coortin' in the kitchen -- The cot where I was born -- Could I but hear -- County Tyrone -- The croppy boy -- Dance with me -- Dan OHara -- Dawn on the hills of Ireland -- Dear old Dublin -- The devil and the bailiff -- Don't be cross -- Down by the Liffey side -- Down by the Liffey side (parody) -- Down by the sally gardens -- Down by the tanyard side -- A dream of the Boyne -- Dublin me darlin' -- The Dutch in Derry -- Eileen Alannah -- Eileen McManus -- Evelyn -- Fairyland -- The fairy lullaby -- The fenians of Cahirciveen -- The foggy dew -- The garden where the praties grow -- The girl from Donegal -- Girl with the toni perm -- Goodbye Johnny -- Green grows the laurel -- The heart bow'd down -- How dear to me the hour -- The humour is on me now -- I don't mind if I do -- If I where [sic] a blackbird -- If we only had old Ireland over here -- If you will marry me -- I knkow where I'm going -- I love the Lee -- I'm a man you don't meet every day -- In the sweet lovely vale of Adare -- Ireland dear good-day -- An Irishman's dream of home -- The Irish rover -- I was told by my aunt -- Johnny -- Kevin Barry -- Knockcroghery -- The lake of Coolfin -- Lament for Patrick Pearse -- Let Mr. Maguire sit down -- The leprechaun -- Lines by Robert Emmet -- The little four-leafed shamrock from Glenore -- The little white cross -- Lovely Derry on the banks of the Foyle -- Love thee dearest -- Maire my Irish Colleen -- Maureen Bawn -- Michael Dwyer -- Mickey Hickey -- Mick McGilligan's daughter, Mary Anne -- The miller's daughter -- The moon behind the hill -- The moonshiner -- A mother's love is a blessing -- Mush-mush-mush Tooral-i-addy -- My gentle harp once more I waken -- My Mary of the curling hair -- My singing bird -- Nell Flaherty's drake -- Noreen Bawn -- Oh! where's the slave -- The old leather breeches -- The old turf fire -- Put more turf on the fire -- Reilly's daughter -- The road to Bandon -- the rose of Arranmore -- Send back my Barney to me -- Shall my soul pass thro' old Ireland -- Shamus OBrien -- A shawl of Galway grey -- Sittin' on the bridge below the town -- A soldier's song -- A soldier's song (Irish translation) -- The south down militia -- Step together -- Sweet are the flowers that bloom in dear Kerry -- Sweet rose of old Ireland -- Thank you ma'am, says Dan -- The three coloured ribbon -- The three flowers -- Three lovely lassies -- The time I've lost in wooing -- Tipperary far away -- 'Twas one of those dreams -- Twenty men from Dublin town -- Up the Airy mountain -- The wake in Kildare -- Whack fol the diddle -- What the doctor ordered -- When it's moonlight in Mayo -- When Peggy ODea came to Mullinalee -- The wild colonial boy -- Wrap the green flag around me.
  Notes:  Lyrics only. Includes authors of the texts if known.
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
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  Subject - Topic:  Ballads
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  Subject - Genre:  Song-book