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Follow Me Up to Carlow (2:21)

"Follow Me Up to Carlow" is an Irish folk song celebrating the defeat of an army of 3,000 English soldiers by Fiach McHugh O'Byrne at the Battle of Glenmalure, during the Second Desmond Rebellion in 1580.

The air is reputed to have first been performed by the pipers of Feagh MacHugh in 1580.

The words were written by Patrick Joseph McCall (1861–1919). It was traditionally arranged by Planxty. It is notable as one of the most graphically violent… read more


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  • You just cant beat it great stuff
  • excellent
  • i love planxtys version of this tune!
  • roll on paddys day oh feck its tomorrow might as well stay drunk
  • wunderbare stimme
  • Love Planxty.
  • All the children of the Gael.
  • schöner Song,nur zu kurz!!!
  • 'inshallah' my arse. Take your terrorist garbage somewheres else or post your Allah crazed shite on a song's page that is actually relevant to your shitehole Lebanon. Perhaps it would be better received on an Al Qaeda theme song page. p.s.: the Quran makes great toilet paper.
  • inshallah there will be no more imperialist cocks crowing on anybody elses rocks. Look left to see what happened to the Zionist cocks to dared to crow on Lebanons rock.

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