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The Town I Loved So Well

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9 thoughts on “ The Town I Loved So Well ”

  1. Gajas says:
    The Town I Loved So Well (Phil Coulter) In my memory I will always see The town that I have loved so well Where our school played ball by the gasyard wall And we laughed through the smoke and the smell. Going home in the rain running up the Dark Lane Past the jail and down beside the Fountain Those were happy days in so many many ways.
  2. Kazradal says:
    the town that I have loved so well Where our school played ball by the gasyard wall and we laughed through the smoke and the smell Going home in the rain, running up the dark lane past the jail and down behind the fountain Those were happy days in so many, many ways in the town I loved so well In the early morning the shirt factory horn9/10(1).
  3. Zulkiran says:
    The Town I Loved So Well is a personal lament by songwriter Phil Coulter for his home town of Derry and the way it was devastated by the Troubles in Northern Ireland. The Town I .
  4. Ferr says:
    As the final bars of The Town I Loved So Well drifted out of the cathedral door the first crackle of applause sounded. Stuttering at first, the instigators perhaps hesitant whether it was an.
  5. Dirg says:
    In the town I have loved so well In the early morning the shirt-factory horn Called women from Creggan, the Moor and the Bog While the man on the dole played the mother's role.
  6. Nehn says:
    The Town I Loved So Well was written by Phil Coulter, Irish musician, songwriter and record producer. This version of the song by The Dubliners is featured on their self-titled album. Music: Key of Bb Major in 4/4 time at ~ (♩).
  7. Tacage says:
    the town that I have loved so well Where our school played ball by the gasyard wall and we laughed through the smoke and the smell Going home in the rain, running up the dark lane past the jail and down behind the fountain Those were happy days in so many, many ways in the town I loved so well In the early morning the shirt factory horn.
  8. Banos says:
    Nov 04,  · # ## The Town I Loved So Well chords Paddy Reilly (Phil Coulter) Capo I G D C G In my memory I will always see C G D the town that I have loved so well G D C G Where our school played ball by the gas yard wall C G D G and we laughed through the smoke and the smell Em D G Em C Going home in the rain, running up the dark lane G C D past the.
  9. Mule says:
    At the end of the Mass, Phil Coulter played The Town I Loved So Well. As the family cortege left the cathedral grounds for Derry City Cemetery, there was loud applause from the few hundred people.

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