Green Grow The Laurel - Tommy Dempsey & John Swift (3) - Green Grow The Laurel (Vinyl, LP)

O can't you love little, o can't you love long, Can't you love a new love till your old one returns, Can't you say that you love him, his mind for to ease, And when his back's turned, can't you love who you please? Greg Brown Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Note: When you embed the widget in your site, it will match your site's styles CSS. This is just a preview! Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node. All News Daily Roundup.

Very little in Library Congress or Smithsonian with any age to it. Historic sheet music has nothing Green grows the Laurel lilacs, orange and blue, etc. The scarcity of broadsides and sheet music suggests that this song, except in the Scottish version, was not all that widespread, and little known in America.

All references suggesting age other than those cited are seemingly without support. With a search, it may be found as a mention in diaries and letters of the time, or in Irish archives, but at present, its popularity during the Mexican, or even the Civil, War, is doubtful. I just heard Pat Broaders of Bohola sing it a week ago. He asserted that it was an Irish song sung by the Irish troops on both sides of the divide during the Mexican War.

I hope we can track down its origins. Fascinating stuff. If anyone has seen any documentation I would be very interested. I would like to use this song in a historical novel I'm working on about the Mexican War But obviously, I don't want to if it wasn't known in thattime period.

I know Pentangle have recorded a version of this. I've seen many different versions of the lyrics and various verses but some are used in both of the songs.

Hope this is useful! Someone please tell me this has been done on another thread. If not I will post its history on broadsides here. I for one would be interested. If you want to check out a version see Bodleian Broadside Ballads website Firth b27 Most of the versions are c The earliest of the late 18thc is probably Morren of Edinburgh, but Evans of London was printing from about Pitts of London and Kendrew of York printed it in the early 19thc, and Stephenson of Gateshead Bodleian copy a little later, plus Taylor of Birmingham.

In the latter half of the 19thc it was still being printed by the likes of Forth of Hull and Fortey of London under the title 'I changed the green willow for the orange and blue'.

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  1. Label: Trailer - LER • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk, Celtic Tommy Dempsey & John Swift - Green Grow The Laurel (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(3).
  2. > Sandy Denny > Songs > Green Grow the Laurels > Norma Waterson > Songs > Green Grows the Laurel Green Grow the Laurels / I Once Loved a Lass [ Roud ; G/D ; Henry Hab, H ; Ballad Index R; Bodleian Roud ; trad.] This parting song is from Peter Kennedy, Folksongs of Britain and Ireland, and was collected from Robert Cinnamond, Northern Ireland, in
  3. Varieties of Laurel Shrubs. Evergreen shrubs are an ideal addition to your outdoor space, offering year-round color and providing an attractive backdrop to colorful annuals and perennial flowering.
  4. Green Grow the Laurels I once had a sweetheart but now I have none He's gone and he's left me, to weep and to mourn; He's gone and he's left me, for others to see But I'll soon find another, far better than he cho: Green grows the laurel, soft falls the dew Sorry was I, love, parting from you But at our next meeting I hope you'll prove true.
  5. Nov 07,  · Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US Green Grows The Laurel · Mick Moloney Far From The Shamrock Shore ℗ Shanachie Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Feb 17,  · Green Grows the Laurel, learned from the singing of Northamptonshire farmer and well known traditional singer Jeff Wesley, sung here by Gavin Atkin accompanied by a Hohner Modell 1 melodeon in Bb/Eb.
  7. Nov 20,  · Provided to YouTube by Virtual Label LLC Green Grow The Laurel · Don Edwards · Don Edwards Last Of The Troubadours ℗ Sevenshoux Ent. Released on: .
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