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Black 47 Lyrics

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Black 47 Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Black 47
2 James Connolly
3 Time To Go
4 San Patricio Brigade
5 Sam Hall
6 Funky Ceili (Kay-Lee) Bridie's Song
7 My Love is in New York
8 New York, New York 10009
9 The Banks Of The Hudson
10 Too Late To Turn Back
11 Walk All the Days
12 For What’s It’s Worth
13 That Summer Dress
14 Who Killed Bobby Fuller?
15 Green Suede Shoes
16 Five Points
17 Stars and Stripes
18 Red Hugh
19 Fatima
20 Livin' in America
21 Vinegar Hill
22 The Day They Set Jim Larkin Free
23 One Starry Night
24 Forty Deuce
25 Black Rose
26 Rory
27 Bobby Kennedy
28 The Islands
29 Oh Maureen
30 Voodoo City
31 The Big Fellah
32 Downtown Baghdad Blues
33 Bás In Eireann
34 Change
35 Funky Céilí (Bridie's Song)
36 Joe Hill’s Last Will
37 Long Lost Tapes of Hendrix
38 Long Hot Summer Comin' On
39 Fanatic Heart
40 Banks of the Hudson
41 Desperate
42 US of A 2014
43 Yeats and Joyce
44 Brooklyn Girls
45 40 Shades Of Blue (For Kevin Wherever You Are)
46 Yeats
47 Rosemary(Nelson)
48 40 Shades of Blue
49 Blood Wedding
50 Blind Mary / Her Dear Old Donegal (Sleep Tight In New York City)
51 Wedding Reel
52 The Bells of Hell
53 New York, NY 10009
54 American Tragedy
55 Land Of DeValera
56 Funky Ceili (Bride's Song)
57 Uncle Jim
58 Maria's Wedding
59 Our Lady Of The Bronx
60 Different Drummer
61 The Wedding Reel
62 Paddy's Got A Brand New Reel
63 Bobby Sands MP
64 Kilroy Was Here
65 Losin' It
66 Bas In Eireann
67 Fire Of Freedom
68 Long Hot Summer
69 American Wake
70 Bankers & Gangsters
71 Mychal
72 Celtic Rocker
73 On The Banks Of The Hudson
74 Rockin' the Bronx
75 Yeats & Joyce
76 Orphan Of The Storm
77 Bankers and Gangsters
78 Paul Robeson (Born To Be Free)
79 Danny Boy
80 Fiona's Song
81 Patriot Game
82 Izzy's Irish Rose
83 Road To Ruin
84 Czechoslovakia
85 Sam Hill
86 Rosemary (Nelson)

Black 47 Bio

Black 47 are a New York City based celtic rock band with Irish Republican sympathies, whose music also shows influence from reggae, hip hop, folk and jazz. The band was formed in 1989 by Larry Kirwan and Chris Byrne, and derives its name from a traditional term for the summer of 1847, the worst year of the Great Irish Famine.

Kirwan originally arrived in New York City from Wexford aged 19, and played in a succession of bands before teaming with Byrne, a Brooklyn policeman, in 1989.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_47