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The Dubliners Lyrics And Guitar Chords
Although The Dubliners recorded many more songs than are here on this page, these are the songs that are associated with the them, there are many more lyrics and chords in the other sections of the site that were also covered by the group. A lot of the older more traditional songs have now been covered by Damian Dempsey who got his inspiration from listening to Luke Kelly, fair play to Damian and long may he continue to honour Luke by singing the old ballads.

Dan Sheahan
 
 
Traditional
 
Ronnie Drew + Eleanor Shanley
 
 
 
Made Famous By Jimmy O'Dea
 
 
Trad. Luke Kelly
 
Traditional Song
 
 
 
 

Ronnie Drew Singing

Ewan McColl /Luke Kelly
 
Traditional / Luke Kelly
 
Trad. / Martin Carthy
 
Phil Coulter
 
Trad. Jim McCann
 
Banjo Barney
 
Trad. Ronnie Drew
 
Patrick Kavanagh / Ronnie Drew
 
Traditional Song
 
Alfred Hayes / Earl Robinson
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What Will We Tell The Children

 

Luke Kelly Singing

A Tribute To Luke Kelly - Liam Clancy 
Luke how glad I am that our paths have crossed for that brief window of consciousness that is given to us between Iike two great mysteries.  you were no self effacing rustic waiting to be craved to sing soft sad love songs. you were as strident as a street in Cricklewood, as brash as a Dubliin Hackney driver and you took delight in what you sang. joy and anger mixed in a powerful blend - that was your hallmark - then as always -joy is the act of singing - anger in the words that spoke of injustice. you vane from the mould of the great columnists who knew it was right to rail against the tyranny of class and privilege. So what signifies? Not signifies is that you fulfilled your purpose  that you did not Stint in the giving of the talent that was unequally yours. Had you been a blade of grass you would have been eery green and very tall and very pointed because all things must be what they are to their fullness And when in the future there an those who want to hear, not the froth of fashon by the pop song of the month, but the timeless vision of the true story told, they will listen to you Lukey - you and your likes, if there are such ?.

   
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