Cara Dillon - There Were Roses (CDr)

Download Cara Dillon - There Were Roses (CDr)
Label: Rough Trade - none • Format: CDr Single, Promo • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic


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  1. There Were Roses by Cara Dillon, released 22 September
  2. There Were Roses Lyrics: My song for you this evening / It's not to make you sad / Nor for adding to the sorrows / Of this troubled northern land / But lately I've been thinking / And it just won.
  3. Cara Dillon - There Were Roses Lyrics. My song for you this evening Is not to make you sad Nor for adding to the sorrows Of this troubled northern land But lately, I've been thin. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of
  4. anti sectarianism song.
  5. Profile: Cara Dillon (born 21st July, , in Dungiven, Northern Ireland) is an Irish folk singer. Over the years, Cara has sung with Oige, De Danann, folk "supergroup" Equation with the Lakeman brothers and and Kathryn Roberts and Polar Star with her husband Sam Lakeman.
  6. "There Were Roses" is an Irish folk song based on a true story. It was written by the Northern Ireland folk singer and songwriter Tommy Sands.. It was first recorded in by Robbie O'Connell, Mick Moloney and Jimmy Keane as the title track of their first joint album titled There Were Roses and incorrectly credited to "Moloney, O'Connell & Keane" on the Green Linnet label.
  7. Cara Elizabeth Dillon (born 21 July , Dungiven, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland) is an Irish folk singer. In , she joined the folk supergroup Equation and signed a record deal with Warners Music Group. After leaving the group, she collaborated with Sam Lakeman under the name Polar Star.
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  9. Jan 16,  · There Were Roses chords by Cara Dillon. 33, views, added to favorites times. Difficulty: novice. Author Donal McGuckin [a] south armagh C D G to court young alice fair D and we'd often meet on the ryan road C and laughter filled the air C G C G C G there were roses.

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