Raggle Taggle Gypsy

Celtic Thunder

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To Purchase "Take Me Home" on CD or DVD http://bit.ly/55jxXmThe event features almost all new material with only three of the most popular songs from the original Celtic Thunder pledge show included. The new songs are dynamic and exciting. Damian (a foot and a half taller with a new deeper voice) has great new songs in "Happy Birthday Sweet 16" and "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" and would give a young Neil Sedaka or Frankie Vallie a run for his money! Ryan's dark destroyer character develops well with a rendition of Sting's "Every Breath You Take", George's personality and sense of humour comes to the fore in "500 Miles", a highlight in the show and Paul's performance of "You Raise Me Up" is not to be missed. Keith, the blonde surfer heart-throb is set to steal more hearts with "Castles in the Air" accompanying himself on the guitar. The guys come together for both "Working Man" and "Take Me Home", as ever their voices even more powerful in these ensemble songs, and in the harmony pieces. "Danny's Boy" A Cappella, has been included due to popular demand after their performance on 5th Ave for "St Patrick's Day" and performing it at the White House that night - the highlight of their success in the USA.LYRICSThere were three old gypsies came to our hall doorThey came brave and boldly-oOne sang high and the other sang lowAnd the Lady sang the raggle taggle gypsy-oIt was upstairs and downstairs the lady wentPut on her suit of leather-oT'was a cry all around the doorShe's away with the raggle taggle gypsy-oIt was late that night when the lord came inEnquiring for his lady-oThe servant girl replied to her lordShe's away with the raggle taggle gypsy-oOh then saddle for me my milk white steedMy big horse is not speedy-oI will ride and I'll seek me brideShe's away with the raggle taggle gypsy-oThen he rode east and he rode westHe rode north and south alsoBut when he rode to the wide open fieldsIt was there that he spied his lady-o(Begin Band Battle)

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  1. Candace59
    1 year, 7 months ago

    love the cd's gentlemen keep them coming. one of my favorites is place in the choir and red rose cafe
Artist: Celtic Thunder
Video title: Raggle Taggle Gypsy
Category: Celtic
Views: 390
Submitted by: CelticRadio