Posted by Bill R on March 17, 2000 at 13:02:30:
In Reply to: Re: Music at the Gathering posted by Bill R on March 17, 2000 at 12:19:18:
: : My dear Mohicanites:
: : Is it customary, at day's end around the Gathering campfire, to engage in any musical activities? Both the MacLeod and I are musically inclined and love to join in a Gaelic tune or two...we will be bringing our flutes, penny whistles and bohdran, just in case, and hope there are others out there who will toting their instruments and tuning their voices.
: : Lady Ann
: Hmmmm. Here we go again! mi mi mi mi *hack. cough.*
: Soooooooooooo then tell me Sean O'Farrel
: why it is you hurry so
: Hush! McDougal hush and listen,
: and his cheeks were all aglow!
: I bear orders from the captain,
: get your ready quick and soon
: for the pipes must all gathered
: by the risin' of the moon.
: By the risin of the moon
: by the risin of the moon
: for the pipes must beeeeeeee together
: by the risin of the moon.
: Come out! Come out ye Black and Tans
: come out and fight ye like a man
: (i forget the rest without a pint or two down me gullet)
: Bill R
: Happy St Patty's Day!!!!!!!!
Sheesh Penny! I see what ye mean! Look at the typos me Billy boyo put into HIS little song. Damm. Well, hell, pass me another Guiness and I'll wash it down with another tot of whiskey (Irish of course).
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