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Maids & Golden Apples

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Maid of Constant Sorrow
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The Prickilie Bush
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Wild Mountain Thyme
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Tim Evans (Go Down You Murders)
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Sailor's Life
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Bold Fenian Men
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Wars of Germany
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Oh Daddy Be Gay
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I Know Where I'm Going
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John Riley
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Pretty Saro
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The Rising of the Moon
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I See the Moon
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Golden Apples of the Sun
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Bonnie Ship the Diamond
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Little Brown Dog
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Twelve Gates to the City
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Christ Child Lullaby
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Great Selchie of Skerry
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Tell Me Who I'll Marry
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Fannerio
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Crow on the Cradle
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Lark in the Morning
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Sing Hallelujah
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Shule Aroon
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Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 75:43

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