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Robert Palomo | Irish for a Day

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Irish for a Day

by Robert Palomo

Here's the ideal song for celebrating St. Patrick's Day... the day when people all over the world become "Irish for a Day". The title says it all!
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Irish for a Day
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Why is it that even people who won't even go near St. Valentine's Day will cheerfully put on their best green and go all out for St. Patrick's Day? Personally, I suspect it's the beer. (But I could be wrong.) Anyway...

Here's a song in classic Irish style (complete with phony Irish accent!) by an American of Hispanic descent, who lives in Russia, and plays and writes music for the banjo, which originated in Africa. (Folks, it's no big deal for ME to become Irish for a day!)

It's got everything you need to party down for St. Paddy's: saints, snakes, colleens, beer (green and Guinness!), parades... and there's even a caps-off reverent moment when the banjo and a cathedral pipe organ play together to honor the good saint for reasons you'll have to listen to find out.

You don't need that first drop of Irish blood in you to enjoy this one. Even if you're pure bred County Cork you're sure to get a tickle. More than a few drops of Irish beer is a good accompaniment for all and sundry... assumin' they be of legal, age o'course, Officer!

By the way - sales of this song help support the work of the amazing folks at Doctor's Without Borders. 'Tis a buck well spent, so click that there button!



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