Who is the Lady?

DESCRIPTION: Dan'l Mooney's father died and left him money if, the will said, he would marry. He sees a lady and thinks "if she would only wed me I'd be happy." He'd give her diamonds, they'd go to Ireland, they'd have a baby boy who'd become "just like his old Papa"
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1972 (Munnelly/Deasy-Lenihan)
KEYWORDS: marriage lastwill money Ireland
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Munnelly/Deasy-Lenihan 7, "Who is the Lady?" (1 text, 1 tune)
Roud #5227
RECORDINGS:
Tom Lenihan, "Who is the Lady?" (on IRTLenihan01)
NOTES: Munnelly/Deasy-Lenihan: "American music-hall whimsey." - BS
File: RcWITLad

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