Faughanvale (I)

DESCRIPTION: The singer thinks of Faughanvale as he rambles. He asks the listener to show him a spot equal to it. He praises the people and fields and festivals. He tells where he has rambled, claiming none can compare. He wishes he were a poet to praise it better
AUTHOR: Thomas Young (Killwill)
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (Sam Henry collection)
KEYWORDS: home rambling
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (1 citation):
SHenry H796, pp. 163-164, "Faughanvale" (1 text, 1 tune)
Roud #13461
File: HHH796

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