Saint Patrick's Day in the Morning (II)
DESCRIPTION: "On St Patrick's day in the morning" there'll be music, dancing, fine food, and whiskey. St Patrick may not have made the blind to see but "many great things he did for his island." Celebrate the day. "All this to begin, sir, We think it no sin, sir"
EARLIEST DATE: before 1825 (broadside, Bodleian Harding B 28(213))
KEYWORDS: dancing drink music Ireland humorous nonballad religious
Bodleian, Harding B 28(213), "St. Patrick's Day in the Morning" ("Ye lads and ye lasses so buxom and clever"), W. Armstrong (Liverpool), 1820-1824
NOTES [12 words]: Broadside Bodleian Harding B 28(213) is the basis for the description. - BS
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