Discussion in 'UConn Women's Basketball' started by wire chief, Aug 7, 2018.
Another same title, different song:
Not a song, but one of the best-known Irish reels, rendered here by the Bothy Band:
I'm partial to the Cowboy Junkies cover of it.
I think maybe Jane has overtaken Maria for the lead in this thread.
One of my favorites when I was little:
How about this one from Brooks and Dunn
My favorite song evah...Maggie May by Rod Stewart.
Can't believe we have forgot this one:
The tune of this song is very old. There was a legend that if you heard a girl singing it, you'd have good luck. The Irish lyrics are probably around 300 years old, the English only 200.
My favorite hairstyle for guys. And that look at 0:37, omg!
I think most high schools probably had their own version of Abigail Beecher - mine certainly did
Good song , not well known to me. Interestingly the English name Jane, which has been trending in this thread, is the equivalent of the Irish Gaelic name Sinead . It means God is gracious. English speakers generally find that Irish names are difficult to pronounce. This one is shin aid .
AKA Freddy "Boom Boom" Cannon. Had quite a few hits back then.
300 years ago , if an Irish girl had a cow to milk, she was damn lucky herself. And probably happy enough to sing about it.
This should be disqualified from this thread. I think we determined that Lola was not a female.
Ha, yeah those Irish names are a trip. Saoirse. Siobhan. The lead singer from the band Crooked Still is Aiofe O'Donovan.
I might've missed it, but I don't remember seeing this. Song got another life after being featured in one of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies.
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