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9 thoughts on “ Phil The Fluters Ball - John ONeill / The Gordon Franks Orchestra & Chorus - Irish Melodies

  1. CHORUS First, little Micky Mulligan got up to show them how, And then the Widda' Cafferty steps out and makes her bow, I could dance you off your legs, sez her, 'as sure as you are born, If ye'll only make the piper play, "The hare was in the corn."' So Phil plays up to the best of his ability, The lady and the gentleman begin to do their share;.
  2. The Dubliners Song: Phil The Fluter's Ball, lyrics and PDF for printing. Phil The Fluter's Ball A collection + Irish songs from The Dubliners - lyrics and chords with PDF for printing. Home The Dubliners Index Titles A-G Titles H-K Titles L-R Titles S-Z Main Menu Singing &Playing Order&Order Info Support Search. Share.
  3. Rehearsal files for Phil the fluters ball by Percy French arranged by Gordon Langford. Rehearsal files for Phil the fluters ball by Percy French arranged by Gordon Langford. JohnF’s Rehearsal Files Rehearsal files for choral singers Menu Skip to content. Home; Registration. Arranged by GORDON LANGFORD Adapted by GABRIEL CROUCH. The K.S.
  4. Folk and Traditional Song Lyrics: Phil the Fluthers Ball. Visit Us On FB: Phil the Fluther's Ball Phil the Fluther's Ball (Percy French) Have you heard of Phil the Fluther, of the town of Ballymuck? The times were going hard with him, in fact the man was broke. So he just sent out a notice to his neighbours, one an all As to how he'd like.
  5. Dec 06,  · Music video by Sir James Galway performing Phil the Fluter's Ball (In Concert at Armagh Cathedral). (C) Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited.
  6. Check out Phil The Fluter's Ball by The Shamrock Singers on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on britpop.alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo
  7. Chorus: With a toot on the flute, And a twiddle on the fiddle-oh, Hopping in the middle, Like a herring on the griddle-oh, Up, down, hands around, And crossing to the wall, Sure hadn't we the gaiety, At Phil the Fluter's ball. There was Mister Denis Doherty, Who kept a running dog, There was little crooked Paddy, From the Tiraloughett bog.
  8. Phil the Fluther's Ball (Percy French) Have you heard of Phil the Fluther, of the town of Ballymuck? The times were going hard with him, in fact the man was broke. So he just sent out a notice to his neighbours, one an all As to how he'd like their company that evening at a ball. And when writin' out he was careful to suggest to them.
  9. Introduction Labels E - K Labels S - Z (UK) EMBASSY LPs - Since the original publication of the Embassy singles listing in , only one catalogue number remains unaccounted for, and there has also been some additional EP information (see here).The Embassy Long-Play listing is now almost complete and listed below.

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