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  1. Oh my bonny boy is young but he’s growing. It is a cold and winter’s night that I must lie alone Oh my bonny boy is young but he’s growing. Oh father oh father you done to me much harm You have married me to a boy you know he’s far too young Oh for he is only sixteen years and I am twenty-one Oh my bonny boy is young but he’s growing.
  2. But the face of my bonny Irish boy I can no longer see. I paid my passage for New York, and on arriving there To look for signs of my Irish boy I quickly did prepare I searched New York, and Providence, and Boston all in vain; But the face of my bonny Irish boy was nowhere to be seen. Last night I had a pleasant dream: I dreamt I was his bride.
  3. RARE IRISH FOLK - THE MINSTREL BOYS - A WALK IN THE GREEN LP MIDNITE LABEL Gráinne Ní Éigeartaigh: Irish Folk Songs: SA Spoken Arts: LP, Album,, US: Various: Irish Folk Songs: SB Arfolk: LP, Album,, France: The Blarney Folk: Let Those Irish Brown Eyes Smile At Me Babe: SW London International.
  4. Bonnie Guitar (born Bonnie Buckingham; March 25, in Seattle, Washington – January 13, in Soap Lake, Washington) was an American singer, musician, producer, and businesswoman.
  5. SA Boys of the Lough – Live at Carnegie Hall () SA The Irish Folk Festival (; double LP) The Dubliners – Greatest Hits. CD 8 SA Grainne Ní Eigeartaigh - Irish Folk Songs Sung in Irish and. English. SA
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bonny Irish Boy on Discogs. Label: Pye Records - 7N • Format: Vinyl 7 Margo & The Keynotes - Bonny Irish Boy (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. My Bonny Boy View Cart. Buy Track $ Buy Track $ Album. Irish Folk Songs for Women, Vol. 2. Year Released. Catalog Number. FW_ Disc / Track Number. 1 / 2.
  8. Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: Richard’s hornpipe -- Móirín Ni Chealla — Moreen O’Kelly -- Farewell to Peggy -- Sho-ho, or lullaby -- When the snow and the frost are all over -- Foxy Mary -- Unto the East Indies we were bound -- There’s a chicken in the pot -- Then you shall be a true lover of mine -- I see the moon -- The shan.
  9. The Dubliners was an Irish folk band founded in Dublin, Ireland, in One of the most influential Irish acts of the 20th century, they celebrated 50 years together in , making them Ireland's longest surviving musical act. Also in , the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards bestowed them with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

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