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Traditional Irish Song ‘Tell Me Ma’

In case you need to vamp your playlist up for this weekend and St. Patrick’s Day, I’m going to throw some traditional Irish songs your way.This tune is also called “The Wind” and is originally from England. It came about in the 19th century as a children’s song and the cities in the chorus are often changed depending on where the song is being played and by whom. Most Irish versions use “Belle of Belfast City” but sometimes it is switched to Dublin. Enjoy!

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