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& Stones on the Rocky Road...
Rolling Stones are to team up with Irish band
The Chieftains on a version of on The Rocky
Road to Dublin.
collaboration came about as The Chieftains recorded
a new star studded album to celebrate 40 years in
the music business.
The Chieftains are however not happy as a rival record
label have released another album called The Best
of the Chieftains using songs the band recorded
nearly 30 years ago.
Moloney of the band commented, "They piggyback
anything we do this crowd. I can't stop them. I tell
you it pissed me off. They do this to us every time
we bring out an album. It's nothing I that I had a
hand in putting together. That's all I can say about
The Chieftains release the album world wide on March
4th on the RCA label.
well as the Rolling Stones the band are also joined
on the album by Sting, Art Garfunkel, Elvis Costello,
The Corrs, Van Morrision, Sinead O'Connor and
are the lyrics to the song, imagine Jagger belting
this one out with his swinging hips!!
ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN
In the merry month of May from me home I started
the girls of Tuam sad and broken hearted
Saluted father dear, then kissed me darlin' mother
Then drank a pint of beer me tears and grief to smother
Off to reap the corn, leave where I was born,
I cut a stout blackthorn to banish ghost and goblin
A brand new pair of brogues, rattlin o'er the bogs
And frightenin' all the dogs on the rock road to Dublin.
One, two, three, four, five
Hunt the hare and turn her
Down the rocky road, another way to Dublin
In Mullingar that night I rested limbs so weary
Started by daylight next mornin' light and early
Took a drop of the pure to keep me heart from sinkin'
That's an Irishman's cure whene'r he's on for drinkin'
To see the lassies smile, laughin' all the while,
At me daring style, would set your heart a bubblin'
Asked if was I hired, the wages I required,
Till I was almost tired on the rocky road to Dublin.
Dublin next arrived, I thought it such a pity
To be so soon deprived a view of that fine city
When I took a stroll all amoung the quality
My bundle it was stole from that neat locality
Something crossed me mind, when I looked behind
No bundle could I find upon me stick a-wobblin'
Enquirein' for the rogue, they said me Connacht brogue
Wasn't much in vogue on the rock road to Dublin.
boys of Liverpool, when we safely landed,
Called meself a fool, I could no longer stand it,
Me blood began to boil, for all I was a losin',
Poor old Erin's Isle they began abusin'
"Hurrah, me Soul!" says I, shillelagh I let fly
Some Galway boys came by and saw I was a hobbelin'
With a loud "Hurray" they joined in the affray
And quickly cleared the way for the rocky road to