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  1. > The Halliard > Songs > The Croppy Boy > Louis Killen > Songs > The Croppy Boy The Croppy Boy [ Roud ; Laws J14 ; Ballad Index LJ14; trad.] Ted and Bet Porter sang The Croppy Boy in The Three Cups, Punnetts Town, in This recording by Brian Matthews was included in on the Musical Traditions anthology of songs from Sussex county pubs, Just Another Saturday Night.
  2. The Croppy Boy. Words by Carroll Malone; air: Cailín Óg a Stór. Song Lyrics "Good men and true in this house who dwell, To a stranger bouchal* I pray you tell: Is the priest at home, or may he be seen? I would speak a word with Father Green." "The Priest's at home, boy, and may be seen; 'Tis easy speaking with Father Green.
  3. The Croppy Boy The Croppy Boy It was early, early in the spring The birds did whistle and sweetly sing, Changing their notes from tree to tree And the song they sang was Old Ireland free. It was early early in the night, The yeoman cavalry gave me a fright; The yeoman cavalry was my downfall And I was taken by Lord Cornwall.
  4. Traditional. Recorded by The Clancys and The Dubliners. Croppy Boys got their name from their hair style [croppy] the youtube video is of Anne Byrne with Jessy Owen on guitar, Anne also done a great version of The Foggy Dew, an Irish folk teicasrecontiaphliclawebsglasunsweetnon.xyzinfo well known recorded songs by folk singer Anne Byrne include The Spinning Wheel Song and The Foggy Dew.
  5. Stinson records, not unlike Topic, released several versions of the same albums — with completely different covers, and in certain cases, 12" & 10" LP versions — with some on red vinyl. The (above) 12" issue (SLP 83) of this album is the Stinson red vinyl and dated
  6. And the name he gave me was the Croppy Boy. It was in Dungannon this young man died And in Dungannon his body lies. And you good people that do pass by Oh shed a tear for the Croppy Boy. Recorded by Patrick Galvin, Clancys DT # Laws J14 RG.
  7. Croppy Boy Lyrics: It was early, early in the spring / The birds did whistle and sweetly sing / Changing their notes from tree to tree / And the song they sang was "Ould Ireland Free" / It was early.
  8. Check out Croppy Boy (Album Version) by The Dubliners on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on teicasrecontiaphliclawebsglasunsweetnon.xyzinfo

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