Fifty years later, why are the National Archives still refusing to release the rest of the documents from the Kennedy assassination?
This song was very popular among the mothers for peace movement in Northern Ireland. It always baffled me that somewhere, in 1991, some PR hack decided this Julie Gold song would be a perfect anthem for attacking Iraq. It was played everywhere, and I know Nanci Griffith was baffled and disturbed by the whole thing:
It just doesn’t seem like St. Patrick’s Day in America without this song:
Isn’t this cool?
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Even though Dick Guaghan’s a Scot, I like his version best:
No Béarla 2:
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