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I heard it years ago done by an Irish group. The words were slightly different but this version is lovely. Friendly neighborhood spider-man by peter david the complete collection shirt Happy St. Patrick’s Day all who are Irish, part Irish or who are Irish one day a year. Bless you all!
Friendly neighborhood spider-man by peter david the complete collection shirt
I had heard this song before, and I always thought it was beautiful. In 2016, I made a solo trip to my mother’s homeland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. I have many cousins, and other relatives still there. Before I left to come home to America, all of my cousins and various towns people had a going away party for me. Friendly neighborhood spider-man by peter david the complete collection shirt At the end, everyone sang this song together! It was so beautiful and so meaningful, and I may have shed a tear or two! I heard this beautiful song, and am ever thankful to my grandmother, Ethel McGuire for sharing our Irish ancestry and writing a family story. This family history was written in the 70s prior to computers and online aid; it was a compilation of family recollections of all she gathered over the years. Thank you gramma for giving me a part of our past to share and enjoy, and be proud of. I miss you.
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Before Robbie Burns wrote Auld Lang Syne, this song was sung as the night ended. Revived by the Clancy Brothers in the 50s, this Scottish classic became an Irish classic as well. by the Catholic church and the “snakes” were the Druids. He was not a native Irish speaker but learned the language during his time as a slave in the North of Ireland. He is thought to have been born in what is now the very South-West corner of Scotland. The references used by the Catholic church are suspected to be pure window dressing to sway the people. But it is known that he escaped from his slavery and returned home where he decided to return to Ireland to spread Christianity.
Happy St Patrick’s day to all, great music to start the day. May the wind be always at your back, as we proudly remember those who went before, God Bless you all I have my family history back even into Ireland but it’s 7 generations back. (My uncle Ken was one of the two heads of NIH for over 15 years so he had total access to the National Archives to research, but my grandfather had records of all the Carney relatives from when they arrived to this country. If it’s grandparents I can’t say that.
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