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Bring Them Home Lyrics And Chords Paddy McGuigan And The Barleycorn.Here's another from one of Ireland's greatest rebel songwriters , Paddy also wrote 'Men Behind The Wire lyrics + chords' which was a hugh hit for The Wolfe Tones and The Boys Of The Old Brigade lyrics and chords also recorded by Charlie And The Bhoys and the ' Irish Soldier Laddie lyrics + chords' and many more rebel songs. The video is The Dublin City Ramblers and not the 'Tones as the video says. The singer here is Phil McCaffrey - The fiddle player with The Dublin City Ramblers, It's the Only song he sang for the ramblers'
 
 

[Chorus]
Here[D] it ring on the[G] air,It's the[A] voice of my country so[D] fair
Cant you feel ,cant you[G] see ,Irish[A]men will set them [D]free
 
In[D] the jail that held Mc[A] Sweeney
In the prison where he[D] died
Lies the daughters of old[A] Ireland
[G]And they[A] fill my heart with[D] pride
For I[A] know that England[D] wishes
[G]That we'd let them die a[A]lone
But[D] all the voices of dear old[G] Ireland
Cries for[A] us to bring them[D] home
 
Twas the love of dear old Ireland
Brought them to a prison hell
But the ghosts of Pearse and Connolly
Filled their lonely prison cell
Clarke and Plunkett stand beside them
Mc Donagh Mc Dermot and Wolfe Tone
And all the voices of old Ireland
Cry for us to bring them home
 
So I pray you men of Ireland
Dont betray our daughters true
Proudly stand beside our heroes
Lest they die for me and you
Though the tyrant would deny us
We can break their hearts of stone
And all of Ireland will be singing
When we bring our daughters home
 

Youtube Video The Dublin City Ramblers

Dublin City Ramblers Bring Them Home Song

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