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IRISH NATIONAL ANTHEM (MALE VOCAL) ENGLISH VERSION - (by Tunes Are Me)  Year: 1900
Tunes Are Me A stirring and heartfelt version of this song which is usually sung/played at Irish sporting events and often at the end of show's concerts, dances pub and club evenings. This is the original English version. " A Soldiers Song. *, Male Vocals, Themes, Saint Patricks
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - Themes, Saint Patricks  
458979 1:03 Med Slow 104   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Irish National Anthem (Male Vocal) English Version
Catalog ID: 458979  ISRC: US5UL1110740
Description: A stirring and heartfelt version of this song which is usually sung/played at Irish sporting events and often at the end of show's concerts, dances pub and club evenings. This is the original English version. " A Soldiers Song. *

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Artist or Group: Tunes Are Me

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Keywords: Ireland National Anthem Irish St Patricks Day Patriotic Rousing Proud Ireland Irish Patriotic Guinness Dublin Donegal Kilkenny Wexford Limerick Longford Mayo

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Theme Music
       Saint Patrick's Day music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:03   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 104
   Arrangement: Orchestra, String
   Instruments: Chimes, Strings, Trumpet, Timpani, Pipe Organ, Bass Drum, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Bold, Brave, Bright, Buoyant, Celebratory, Confident, Dramatic, Gutsy, Inspiring, Lofty, Meaningful, Patriotic, Powerful, Proud, Purposeful, Rebellious, Rousing, Stately, Strong, Uplifting

Styles: Anthem, Documentary, Film Vocal, History, Infomercial, Military, Patriotic, Saint Patrick's Day, Section / Credits, TV Vocal

Regions: Ireland

Lyrical Topics: Politics, Revolution, Society, Victory, St Patricks Day

Lyrics
Soldiers are we,
whose lives are pledged to Ireland,
Some have come
from a land beyond the wave,
Sworn to be free,
no more our ancient sireland,
Shall shelter the despot or the slave.
Tonight we man the "bearna baoil"
In Erin’s cause, come woe or weal,
’Mid cannon’s roar and rifles’ peal,
We’ll chant a soldier's song
Extended Keywords: Offaly Westmeath Wicklow Carlow Wilde Wolfetone Gaughan Sands Joyce Longford Barry Plunkett Pierce Collins Devalera Pub Bar

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