Re: Irish Songs, Calling Uncle Davey Gunn

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Posted by davey gunn on March 17, 2000 at 18:47:39:

In Reply to: Re: Irish Songs, Calling Uncle Davey Gunn posted by Dr. Uncle Mark on March 17, 2000 at 04:52:45:

: Dana......

: This is Davey Gunn's question!! He knows that song very well and will fill in the missing word if he sees this message posted. Also, Scottish, Irish, not really much difference as we see it here in the colonies. They are all Celtic, so tunes, songs, words are all interchangeable.. .probably due a lot to groups like the Chieftains who intermix both cultures, making it all Celtic....

: Happy St. Pat's Day....I will be in Kilt and bonnet, but honoring my Irish cousins! Slante' mhath and Pax Aye!

: Dr. Uncle Mark

Gentlepeople o' Mohicanland,
Tis wi' a heavy heart tha' i must admit i dunno kno tha answer to yer query. I just spent a goodly bit a time listenin' to tha sweetest voice on our green earth (Nanci Griffith herself)and me most favrite song tha' ever graced her lips (mmmmmmm)......Red is the' after tha twentieth time rewindin' and playin' tha' verse in question............i could not say fer certain that it be either "Boyne" or "point".....but it sure sounds sweet.......whatere i' be!!!
I will try to find the lyrics to my most favorite song, and report back.........
Happy St. Patty's Day to all.........
davey gunn (who's first wife was Irish!)

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