Land Where the Shamrocks Grow, The

DESCRIPTION: "There is an Island that's famed in her glory, Sweet poets have sung in her praise." Some prefer England or Scotland, but the singer gives his love to Ireland. He hopes that she may soon be more friendly to England
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1922 (Dean)
KEYWORDS: Ireland nonballad patriotic
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Dean, pp. 60-61, "The Land Where the Shamrocks Grow" (1 text)
Roud #9559
NOTES [44 words]: There is a relatively common poem with this title, found e.g. in the Digital Tradition. They are not the same song. I have found no other sure references to this piece, though with two songs having the same title and general theme, it can be hard to tell.... - RBW
File: Dean060

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