T, The Dubliners

The Dubliners - Limerick Rake

Tekst piosenki The Dubliners - Limerick Rake po polsku
I am a young fellow that's easy and bold,
In Castletown conners I'm very well known.
In Newcastle West I spent many a note,
With Kitty and Judy and Mary.
My parents rebuked me for being such a rake,
And for spending my time in such frolicsome ways,
I ne'er could forget the good nature of Jane,
Agus fágaimíd siúd mar atá sé.

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The Dubliners - Spancil Hill

Tekst piosenki The Dubliners - Spancil Hill po polsku
Last night as I lay dreaming of pleasant days gone by
My mind being bent on rambling to Ireland I did fly
I stepped on board a vision and I followed with a will
Till next I came to anchor at the cross of Spancil Hill
It being on the 23rd of June, the day before the fair
When lreland's sons and daughters, and friends⊂⊃embled there
The young, the old, the brave and the bold, came their duty to fulfill

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The Dubliners - Ta an Coileach Ag Fogairt an Lae

Tekst piosenki The Dubliners - Ta an Coileach Ag Fogairt an Lae po polsku
Tá 'n coileach a' fógairt an lae
Tá 'n coileach a' fógairt an lae
Tá an mhuc ag a' ndoras
A d'iarraidh é oscailt
Tá 'n coileach a' fógairt an lae
Tá 'n coileach a' fógairt an lae
Tá 'n coileach a' fógairt an lae

T, The Dubliners

The Dubliners - Viva La Quinta Brigada

Tekst piosenki The Dubliners - Viva La Quinta Brigada po polsku
Around the time I saw the light of morning
A comradeship of heroes was laid
From every corner of the world came sailing
The Fifty International Brigade.
They came to stand beside the Spanish people
To try and stem the rising fascist tide
Franco's allies were the powerful and wealthy

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The Dubliners - Darby O'Leary

Tekst piosenki The Dubliners - Darby O'Leary po polsku
One evening of latest as I happened to stray
To the county Tipperary I straightened me way
To dig for potatoes and work by the day
For a farmer called Darby O'Leary
I asked him how far we where bound for to go
The night being dark and a cold wind did blow
I was hungry and tired and me spirits where low

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The Dubliners - Go to Sea No More

Tekst piosenki The Dubliners - Go to Sea No More po polsku
When first I landed in Liverpool, I went upon a spree
Me money alas I spent it fast, got drunk as drunk could be
And when that me money was all gone, 'twas then I wanted more
But a man must be blind to make up his mind to go to sea once more
Once more, boys, once more, go to sea once more
But a man must be blind to make up his mind to go to sea once more

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