Erin Go Bray

DESCRIPTION: In "Jacobin" dialect the singer loves Irish whiskey and girls and meat "while Pat may go starve in his hovel."
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 2000 (Moylan)
KEYWORDS: France Ireland humorous nonballad political
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Moylan 26, "Erin Go Bray" (1 text)
NOTES [35 words]: Moylan: "'Erin go Bray' expresses the loyalist view of the benefits likely to accrue to Ireland from an alliance with revolutionary France. The title and burden lampoons the United Irish slogan Erin go Bragh." - BS
File: Moyl026

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