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Dubliners Songbook - Dubliners

Dubliners Songbook - 

Melody line, lyrics, with chord symbols.
43 ballads from the Dubliners repertoire with words, melody line and guitar chords. Includes The banks of the roses, Come all ye tramps and hawkers, Boolavogue, The Dublin fusiliers, Easy and slow, Fa-la-la-la-lo-horo, The foggy dew, Finnegan's wake,The Glendalough saint, The Greenland whale fisheries, The Holy ground, Home boys home, Hot asphalt, I'll tell me ma, A jar of porter, Johnson's motor car, The leaving of liverpool, The Kerry recruit, The little beggarman, Love is pleasing, McAlpine's fusiliers, Mrs McGrath, Master McGrath, Nelsons's farewell, The nightingale, Off to Dublin in the green, The ould orange flute, The patriot game, The ould woman from Wexford, The peatbov soldiers, Preab san ol, The rare old mountain dew, Ratcliffe highway, The rocky road to Dublin, Roddy MacCorley, Surrounded by water, Three lovely lassies form Kimmage, The twang man, Take me up to Monto, Walking in the dew, The wild rover, Will you come to the bower, Willie Gannon.

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ISBN: 978-0-7119-0476-7

EAN: 9780711904767

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