Drunken Lullabies

Album: Drunken Lullabies (2002)
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  • This is probably about the terrorism and fighting in Northern Ireland, the home of Flogging Molly's singer and main songwriter Dave King. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tom - Durham, England

Comments: 5

  • Tay from San Diego, Cai love this song, it has a great beat
  • Niall from Co.kildare, -Second that Owen, that's an awfully thick Dublin accent on Dave for a northern lad!
  • Madison from Norway, MeLove Flogging Molly. Too bad they don't get much airplay in the US (on FM). I hear them a lot on XM Satellite.
  • Russ from Kilkenny, IrelandGreat song to get pumped to before going out on the pitch!
  • Owen from Rahway, NjDave King was born in Beggars Bush which is in Dublin, Southern Ireland not Northern Ireland.
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