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Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya - Des Patalong - Good For Nothing (CD, Album)

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  1. Get Free Shipping on the CD containing this and other great Irish Songs. Click HERE for more! Show off this Irish Song on an hurroo I'm happy for to see ye home All from the island of Sulloon So low in flesh, so high in bone Oh Johnny I hardly knew ye. Ye haven't an arm, ye haven't a leg, hurroo, hurroo Ye haven't an arm, ye haven't a leg.
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  2. The lyrics to Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya tell the story of a young woman addressing her lover and father to her child after he returns from war badly mutilated. The song is Irish traditional. The melody was also used in the American Civil War song, When Johnny Comes Marching Home.
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  3. Mar 10,  · [Chorus] Em Bm With your guns and drums and drums and guns, hurroo, hurroo Em G With your guns and drums and drums and guns, hurroo, hurroo G D With your guns and drums and drums and guns, Em Bm The enemy nearly slew ya G D Em Bm Oh my darling dear, Ye look so queer Em Johnny I hardly knew ya.
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  4. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya Tabs - Dropkick Murphys, version (1). Play Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya Tabs using simple video lessons.
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  5. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye Lyrics: When goin' the road to sweet athy, hurroo, hurroo / When goin' the road to sweet athy, hurroo, hurroo / When goin' the road to sweet athy / A stick in me hand and a.
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  6. May 16,  · Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye. Trad Arr. Janis Ian. With your guns and drums and drums and guns Harroo. Harroo. With your guns and drums and drums and guns Harroo. Harroo. With your guns and drums and drums and guns the enemy nearly slew ye Oh, my darling dear, you look so queer Johnny, I hardly knew ye. Where are your legs that used to run? Harroo.
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  7. "Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye" (AKA Johnny We Hardly Knew Ye, and Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya) is a popular Irish traditional anti-war and anti-recruiting song. It is generally dated to the early 19th century, when Irish troops served the British East India Company.
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  8. Johnny, I swear it to ya. With guns and drums and drums and guns Huhroo, huhroo With guns and drums and drums and guns Huhroo, huhroo With guns and drums and drums and guns The enemy nearly slew ya My darlin’ John, it’s been so long Johnny, I hardly knew ya. Johnny, I hardly knew ya Johnny, I hardly knew ya Johnny, I hardly knew ya (Fade.
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