The Wolfe Tones - Mrs. Fogartys Christmas Cake / The Wren (Vinyl)

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  1. Oct 27,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake/ the Cook in the Kitchen · Seamus Kennedy Goodwill to Men ℗ Seamus Kennedy Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  2. Of Miss Fogarty's Christmas cake. Miss Mulligan wanted to taste it, But really there wasn't no use; They worked at it over an hour, And they couldn't get none of it loose. Till Kelly come in with a hatchet, And Murphy come in with a saw; That cake was enough be the powers, To paralyze any man's jaw. Now, there was plums and prunes and cherries.
  3. Nov 30,  · ‘Miss Hoolihan’s (or ‘Hooligan’s’) Christmas Cake’ was first popularized by one Harry Melville (‘The Irish Daisy’). The original version of the song seems to have been called ‘Miss Fogarty’s Christmas Cake’. It was published in the USA in , when it was credited to Charles Frank Horn as composer of both tune and words. Horn, a prolific writer of popular songs, was born.
  4. MISS FOGARTY'S CHRISTMAS CAKE Irish Christmas Song As I sat in my window last evening The letterman brought it to me A little gilt-edged invitation sayin' "Gilhooley come over to tea" I knew that the Fogarties sent it. So I went just for old friendships sake. The first thing they gave me to tackle Was a slice of Miss Fogarty's cake.
  5. The Wolfe Tones is an Irish rebel music band that incorporate Irish traditional music in their songs. Formed in , they take their name from Theobald Wolfe Tone, one of the leaders of the Irish Rebellion of , with the double entendre of a wolf tone – a spurious sound that can affect instruments of the violin family.
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  7. Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake Lyrics: As I sat in my window last evening, the letterman brought it to me / A little gilt-edged invitation sayin' "Gilhooley come over to tea" / I knew that the.
  8. This is a great article from the NY Folklore Society about Mrs. Fogarty's Christmas Cake and even mentions this thread. I'm a coal cracker from Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, and this song is a piece of our Irish-coal region history. Enjoy. Volume 33 Fall-Winter "Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake" is an important song for the Christmas season.

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