Dear Old Donegal

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  • Lyrics to 'Dear Old Donegal' by Bing Crosby. It seems like only yesterday I sailed from out of Cork A wanderer from Erin's isle I landed in New York There wasn't a soul to greet me there Bing Crosby - Dear Old Donegal Lyrics | MetroLyrics.
  • "Dear Old Donegal" is an Irish-American song popularised by American singer Bing Crosby and written by Steve Graham.
  • Dear Old Donegal by Dermot Hegarty from the album - Connemara By The Lake (July 1, ).
  • Dear Old Donegal. CHORUS Shake hands with your Uncle Mike me boy and kiss your sister Kate and her's the girl you used to swing down on the garden gate shake hands with all the neighbors and kiss the colleens all you're as welcome as the flowers of Spring in Dear Old Donegal.
  • To [A]dear old Donne[G]gal Instrumental. Play just the G Chord [G]They'll give a party when I go home They'll [C]come from near and [G]far They'll line the roads for [A]miles and miles With [A]Irish jauntin' [D]cars The [G]whiskey flow and we'll be gay We'll [C]fill your hearts with [G]joy The piper'll play an [A]Irish tune To greet the Yankee [G]boy.
  • To dear old Donnegal They'll give a party when I go home They'll come from near and far They'll line the roads for miles and miles With Irish jauntin' cars The spirits'll flow and we'll be gay.
  • "Dear Old Donegal" is a traditional Irish folk song popularised by American singer Bing Crosby and written by Steve Graham. Recorded and produced at MarkWard.
  • Original lyrics of Dear Old Donegal song by Bing Crosby. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Bing Crosby lyrics. Watch official video, print or download text in PDF. Comment and share your favourite lyrics.
  • Ruby Murray - Dear Old Donegal Lyrics. It seems like only yesterday I sailed from out of Cork A wanderer from Erin's isle I landed in New York There wasn't a soul to greet me ther.

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