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  1. The song was written as a "response" to (and thus in a similar style as) the song "Barney, Take Me Home Again," a popular song of the era. Despite its origins, Westendorf struck a romantic chord in the hearts of some Irish music-lovers with his use of the popular Irish feminine name "Kathleen" as well as his use of poetic Irish-ish (for lack of a better term) language, all describing the.
  2. I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen Across the ocean wild and wide To where your heart has ever been Since first you were my bonnie bride. The roses all have left your cheek. I've watched them fade away and die Your voice is sad when e'er you .
  3. Apr 03,  · “I don’t mind at all,” Joe assured her. “In fact, I’ll give you a ride home. That trail through the hills takes me back to the ranch, and Hellfire Creek is just a little ways off the trail.” He smiled at the girl. “I’ll take you home again, Kathleen,” he quipped, quoting the line from an old Irish ballad.
  4. Since you were first my bonnie bride. The roses all have left your cheek. I've watched them fade away and die Your voice is sad when e'er you speak And tears bedim your loving eyes. Oh! I will take you back, Kathleen To where your heart will feel no pain. When the fields are fresh and green. I'll take you to your home.
  5. "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in (The music is loosely based on Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Flat Minor Opus 64 Second Movement). In spite of its German-American origins, it is widely mistaken to be an Irish ballad.
  6. Feb 28,  · Slim Whitman - - - - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - Duration: Orvil Morris 80, views. Star Spangled Banner As You've Never Heard It - Duration: mona rose Recommended for you. 63 videos Play all Gospel Daniel O Donnell dainny kamadjaja; Rio.
  7. Your voice is sad when e'er you speak And tears bedim your loving eyes. Oh! I will take you back, Kathleen To where your heart will feel no pain And when the fields are fresh and green I'II take you to your home again! I know you love me, Kathleen, dear Your heart was ever fond and true. I always feel when you are near That life holds nothing.
  8. I've watched them fade away and die Your voice is sad when e'er you speak And tears bedim your loving eyes. Oh! I will take you back, Kathleen To where your heart will feel no pain And when the fields are fresh and green I'II take you to your home again! I know you love me, Kathleen, dear Your heart was ever fond and true.

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