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This tune has been recorded by various artists since the s including The Dubliners and probably most famously, Thin Lizzy. In , it was recorded by heavy metal band Metallica. Professor T. Devine has said the song is about temperance. He believes it was adopted in Scotland by the Americans who used it in the Temperance movement.
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2. The Fields of Athenry
Happy St. Patrick's Day! If you're celebrating Ireland today, chances are good you're turning to killer Irish music instead of soda bread and steamed cabbage. And if you're making an Irish pride playlist, there's a high probability one of these songs is on it. But don't take our word for it. According to YouTube, the 25 songs below are the tunes that appear most frequently on St. Paddy's Day playlists worldwide. The Pogues, another raucous Celtic rock outfit, appear here twice, as do the more soothing sounds of Ireland's own The Cranberries who are here with "Linger" and "Zombie," a favorite on Halloween playlists, too.
But narrowing the endless, wonderful history of Irish music down to just ten songs? This is the ultimate sing-along song. Most will recognise this Dubliners version. But it was most likely written long before, sometime in the late 19 th century. The subject is a Dublin fishmonger who, let's just say, may have sold more than just cockles and mussels. The song has become an anthem for the people of Dublin.