Phil Coulter 1. Bantry Bay 2. When I Grow Too Old to Dream 3. Raglan Road 4. The Old House 5. From a Distance 6. In the Gloaming 7. Mna na h’Eireann 8. The Bard of Armagh/Bunclody 9. Forgotten...
Bantry Bay Lyrics As I'm sitting all alone in the gloaming, It might have been but yesterday That we watched the fisher sails all homing Till the little herring fleet at anchor lay. Then the fisher girls with baskets a swinging, Came running down the old stone way. Every lassie to her sailor lad was singing A welcome to Bantry Bay.
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Came [Am]running down the [Dm]old stone [G]way. Every [C]lassie to her [G]sailor lad was [C7]singing A [Dm]welcome to [F]Bantry [C]Bay. Then we heard the pipers sweet note running, And all the lassies turned to hear; As they mingled with a soft voice crooning, Till the music floated down the wooden pier,
Irish Song Lyrics for: Bantry Bay Bantry Bay As I'm sitting all alone in the gloaming, It might have been but yesterday. That we watched the fisher's sails all homing, Till the little herring fleet at anchor lay. Then the fisher girls with baskets swinging, Came running down the old stone way.
Chorus: From Bantry Bay Up to Derry Quay, And from Galway to Dublin Town, No maid I've seen Like the brown colleen That I met in the County On We Go David Lawrence, Charles Morton me Hey, ho! Now on we go So wake up The rocky road is near And Dublin Bay is calling And I ve no fear Hey, ho! Oh, you ll never stop me