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MudGuard 16 Apr 99 - 05:22 AM
Brakn 16 Apr 99 - 07:52 AM
O'Boyle 16 Apr 99 - 03:06 PM
BillyJ 15 Jul 99 - 06:42 AM
Matthew B. 15 Jul 99 - 10:43 AM
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MartinRyan 29 Jan 01 - 02:48 PM
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Subject: Lyr Add: STREETS OF NEW YORK (Liam Reilly)
From: Ezio
Date: 30 May 98 - 03:38 AM

STREETS OF NEW YORK
(Liam Reilly)

I was eighteen years old when I went up to Dublin
With a fist full of money and a cartload of dreams
Take your time said my father stop rushing like hell
And remember all is not what it seems to be
For there's fellas that would cut you for the coat on your back
And the watch that you got from your mother
Take your time young bucko and mind yourself well
And will you give this sweet note to my brother
At the time uncle Benji was a policeman in Brooklyn
And my father the youngest looked after the farm
When a phone call from America said 'send the lad over'
And the ole fella said sure it wouldn't do any harm
For I spent my life working this dirty old ground
For a few pints of porter and the smell of a pound
And sure maybe there's something you'll learn and you'll see
And you'll bring it back home and make it easy on me

So I landed at Kennedy on a big yellow taxi
Carried me and my bags through streets in the rain
Me poor heart was thumping around with excitement
I hardly even heard what the driver was saying

We came in the short pathway to the flat land in Brooklyn
To my uncle's apartment on east 53rd
I was feeling so happy, I was humming a song
And I sang your as free as a bird
But to shorten the story what I found out that day
Was that Benji got shot down in an uptown feray
And while I was making my way to New York
Poor Benji was lying in a cold city morgue

Well I phoned up to the ole fella and told him the news
I could tell he could hardly stand up in his shoes
And he wept as he told, go ahead with the plan
And not to forget to be a proud Irish man
So I went up to Nellies beside Forum Road
And I started to learn how lifting the load
But the heaviest thing I carried that year
Was the bitter sweet tugs of my Hometown so dear
I went home that December because the ole fella died
Had to borrow the money from a fellow on this side
And all the bright flowers and grass couldn't hide
The poor ways the face of my father
I sold up the farmyard for what it was worth
And into bag stuck a hand full of earth
And I bordered a train and caught me plane
And I found myself back in the U.S. again

It's been 22 years since I've been back in Dublin
Me kids know to us the correct knife and fork
But I'll never forget the green grass and rivers
As I keep law and order on the Streets of New York

(Recorded by Jolly Beggarman)

------------

e.b.


Messages from multiple threads combined. To avoid confusion, watch the changes in posting dates.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: LYR ADD: Streets of N.Y. (Jolly Beggarman)
From: Brack&
Date: 04 Jun 98 - 03:13 AM

This song was written by Liam Reilly from Dundalk in Ireland.

The short pathway perhaps should be the Shore Parkway and Forum Road is Fordam Road.

Mick


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Subject: RE: LYR ADD: Streets of N.Y. (Jolly Beggarman)
From: Catfeet
Date: 04 Jun 98 - 07:37 PM

In the version I know, uncle Benji's a priest.

Catfeet


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Subject: Lyr req: Streets of New York
From: O'Boyle
Date: 16 Apr 99 - 05:08 AM

I had some one request this the other night. I believe it is about an immigrant who becomes a policeman in New York. If any one can help with the lyrics and/or chords, I'd be appreciative.

Slainte

Rick


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Subject: RE: Lyr req: Streets of New York
From: MudGuard
Date: 16 Apr 99 - 05:22 AM

My first thought was "Mountains of Mourne" but that's London, not New York as I saw when I looked up the lyrics... So, no luck. Perhaps someone else can help?


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Subject: Lyr Add: STREETS OF NEW YORK (Liam Reilly)
From: Brakn
Date: 16 Apr 99 - 07:52 AM

STREETS OF NEW YORK
(Liam Reilly)

I was eighteen years old when I went down to Dublin
With a fist full of money and a cart load of dreams
"Take your time" said me father, "stop rushing like hell
And remember all is not, what it seems to be
For there's fellas would cut ya, for the coat on your back
Or the watch that you got from your mother
So take care me young bucko, and mind yourself well
And will you give this wee note to me brother"
At the time uncle Benji was a policeman in Brooklyn
And me father, the youngest, looked after farm
When a phone call from America said "Send the lad over"
And the ould fella said "Sure it wouldn't do any harm
For I've spent me life workin' this dirty old ground
For a few pints of porter and the smell of a pound
And sure maybe there's something you'll learn or you'll see
And you can bring it back home, make it easy on me"

So I landed at Kennedy and a big yellow taxi
Carried me and me bags through the streets and the rain
Well me poor heart was thumpin' around with excitement
And I hardly even heard what the driver was sayin'
We came in the Shore Parkway to the Flatlands in Brooklyn
To my uncle's apartment on east 53rd.
I was feeling so happy, I was humming a song
And I sang "You're as free as a bird"
Well to shorten the story, what I found out that day
Was that Benji got shot down in an uptown foray
And while I was flying my way to New York,
Poor Benji was lying in a cold city morgue
Well I phoned up the ould fella, and told him the news
I could tell he could hardly stand up in his shoes
And he wept as he told me "Go ahead with the plan
And not to forget, be a proud Irishman"

So I went up to Nelly's, beside Fordham Road
And I started to learn about lifting the load
But the heaviest thing that I carried that year
Was the bitter sweet thoughts of my home town so dear
I went home that December, 'cause the ould fella died
Had to borrow the money from a fella on the side
And all the bright flowers and brass couldn't hide
The poor wasted face of me father
I sold up the old farmyard for what it was worth
And into my bag, stuck a handful of earth
Then I boarded a train and I caught me a plane
And I found myself back in the U. S. again
It's been twenty two years since I've set foot in Dublin
Me kids know to use the correct knife and fork
But I'll never forget the green grass and the rivers
As I keep law and order in the streets of New York

I had the pleasure of singing this last year for the parents of the author, Liam Reilly, in the Town Hall, Dundalk.

Regards Mick Bracken


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Subject: RE: Lyr req: Streets of New York
From: O'Boyle
Date: 16 Apr 99 - 03:06 PM

Mick,

Thanks for the lyrics and the author's name. I'll make sure to give him credit for the song.

Slainte

Rick


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Subject: streets of new york
From: BillyJ
Date: 15 Jul 99 - 06:42 AM

marianne from new york asked for help with a song words and music for the streets of new york, I can not find it in my collection so could someone please help

Billy J


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Subject: RE: streets of new york
From: Matthew B.
Date: 15 Jul 99 - 10:43 AM

Unless you're really looking for "Sidewalks of New York" - also known as "East Side, West Side"


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Subject: Nd Lyrics: THE STREETS OF NEW YORK
From: Boston Bill
Date: 19 Sep 99 - 02:29 PM

Can't seem to find this popular song. Maybe I have the wrong title? Ab. a NY policeman "shot down in a uptown parade". "Uncle Benji" Thanks Boston Bill


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Subject: RE: Nd Lyrics: THE STREETS OF NEW YORK
From: Philippa
Date: 19 Sep 99 - 02:45 PM

or was it 'an uptown affray'? a fairly recent composition, recorded by the Wolfe Tones; I think someone -Wolfgang??- posted it in a thread a while back.


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Subject: RE: Nd Lyrics: THE STREETS OF NEW YORK
From: Boston Bill
Date: 20 Sep 99 - 09:40 PM

Thanks Philippa! Thanks Brakn! I'd like to hear to sing it in Boston. Boston Bill


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Subject: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,McLapp
Date: 27 Jan 01 - 10:17 AM

Seeking midi file and/or tune in abc or manuscript form for this song as per Wolfe Tones recording. Any help appreciated. Thanx.


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: wysiwyg
Date: 28 Jan 01 - 11:05 PM

Can anyone help on this?

~S~


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: Malcolm Douglas
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 09:48 AM

Well, lyrics have been posted here on three separate occasions:

Streets of New York
Streets of N.Y.
Lyrics for Wolfe Tones?

Without tunes, of course, but seeing the words may perhaps jog someone's memory.

Malcolm


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: Malcolm Douglas
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 10:05 AM

Both song and tune were written quite recently by Liam Reilly, so it's likely that you won't find notation on the web.  Apparantly the song is in the Wolfe Tones Songbook Volume 2, though, which seems to be fairly widely available.

Malcolm


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: Brakn
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 01:35 PM

I found two here staight away.

Midi Search


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,Al
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 02:36 PM

In a similar tone, is a tune played frequently on WFUV-FM (90.7) here in New York City called "When New York was Irish", I cant find the lyrics here, does anyone have them? Thanks


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: MartinRyan
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 02:48 PM

Sorry Al. Try this one! (When New York Was Irish)

Regards


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: Malcolm Douglas
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 09:22 PM

That looks like a very useful link, Brakn; thankyou.

Malcolm


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: Bob Bolton
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 09:30 PM

G'day McLapp,

Glad to see you finally worked out how to connect. Now you can join up and get thoroughly addicted. As you can see from the response to this search, there are a lot of keen helpful Mudcatters out there.

Regards,

Bob Bolton


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,Al
Date: 29 Jan 01 - 10:19 PM

Thanks Martin, Don't yet have the knack of searchin all there is to find here. Al


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,McLapp
Date: 30 Jan 01 - 07:39 AM

Didn't know there was a Wolfe Tones songbook *vol 2*. Will try to purchase a copy, though may not have much luck locally (Australia). Thanks for the info, Malcolm. Thanks also to Brakn: great site you recommended, which I have bookmarked for future reference, however the *wrong* Streets of New York.... G'day, Bob Bolton. Yes, they finally let me in, so I can be a nuisense to Mudcatters too. Best wishes to you all.

McLapp


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: Brakn
Date: 31 Jan 01 - 08:54 PM

McLapp, if you still need a midi of it email me at brakn@hotmail.com and I'll do it for you.


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Subject: RE: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,McLapp
Date: 31 Jan 01 - 10:46 PM

I have now got Napster installed and have found the CD track (having previously been told that it wasn't there), and I can work with this. Thanks for your offer, Brakn, and for all the other replies to this thread. Best wishes to you all. Will continue to lurk for the time being. So many newsgroups and so little time.... McLapp


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Subject: Streets of New York
From: alison
Date: 14 May 01 - 11:56 PM

I've been asked to do this one for a wedding reception... anyone know it?

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Mark Cohen
Date: 15 May 01 - 12:06 AM

There's a song from before 1920 called Sidewalks of New York....that it?


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: alison
Date: 15 May 01 - 01:18 AM

I don't know Mark... I saw that one in the dt.... I was wondering that myself....

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Sabine
Date: 15 May 01 - 02:55 AM

Try this one click

I will look up the chords and post them when I'm home from work. Otherwise you can send me an email.

Regards

Sabine


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Sabine
Date: 15 May 01 - 02:57 AM

sorry, the link was wrong

click here

Sabine


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: alison
Date: 15 May 01 - 04:02 AM

great thanks.. now who has the tune????

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Sabine
Date: 15 May 01 - 04:50 AM

Alison,

me, too. But I am unable to copy it or to scan, I'm sorry :o(

Sabine


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Liam's Brother
Date: 15 May 01 - 08:42 AM

There is also an old broadside named "New York Streets" about men in a boat casting lots, etc.

That can't be a wedding request, though, Alison.

All the best,
Dan


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Callie
Date: 15 May 01 - 09:37 AM

Alison

There's also a Chris de burgh song by the same name (don't ask me how I know that!!). It's about love & stuff (as you might imagine).

If that's it, I can send you a tape and words as I have the cd (warning: it's pretty awful!)

Callie


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: alison
Date: 15 May 01 - 09:52 AM

thanks but no thanks Callie.... I think it's more likely to be a Foster and Allen type of thing......

I used to like Chris De Burgh... until he did the appalling "lady in red"........ now I avoid like the plague....

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Brakn
Date: 15 May 01 - 10:27 AM

I'll midi it to ya...another!


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: pattyClink
Date: 15 May 01 - 03:47 PM

Alison, BE SURE you verify with the people which song they want...you don't want to knock yourself out learning something that turns out to be the Wrong Song and The Thing That Ruined Their Perfect Day!


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: alison
Date: 15 May 01 - 09:37 PM

thanks again Mick.....

patty... it is definately NOT the Chris de Burgh one.......

I don't even have to sing these.... it is in case their friend from Dublin wants to sing them... so we can give him a reasaonable accompaniment....

thanks again everyone

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Mark Cohen
Date: 15 May 01 - 10:35 PM

I have a hard time imagining that "Streets of New York" as a wedding song, but chacun a son gout, I suppose. Considering how some marriages turn out...oh, never mind.

Aloha,
Mark


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Subject: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,Lizzie
Date: 09 Nov 01 - 09:34 AM

Does anyone know where I could get the lyrics of the song "The Streets of New York"?? The first line is " I was 18 years old when I went down to Dublin, with a fistful of money....."

I really like this song and just can't find the words. Anyone any suggestions????


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Streets of New York
From: lamarca
Date: 09 Nov 01 - 09:41 AM

Lizzie - it's been a popular song request here - if you go to this link, Malcolm Douglas gave links to other threads with the complete words. Enjoy!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,Lizzie
Date: 09 Nov 01 - 09:44 AM

Thanks Lamarca, gee that was quick, only entered it in about 10 minutes ago. Cheers mate!


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Joe Offer
Date: 20 May 10 - 08:06 PM

I just came across a recording of this interesting song. I thought it was worth refreshing.

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,Liam Reilly
Date: 25 Mar 11 - 04:24 AM

I wrote
" we came in the Shore parkway Through the Flatlands in Brooklyn"


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Brakn
Date: 25 Mar 11 - 03:50 PM

Thanks Liam.

Up the Wee County!!


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Celtic-End Singer
Date: 26 Mar 11 - 01:25 PM

Video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usYyYegCQPE

Spotify here: http://open.spotify.com/track/5Zw40fZ2E4AA18IirsltpP


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: Celtic-End Singer
Date: 26 Mar 11 - 01:30 PM

My cousin Tony introduced this one to me 2 or 3 years ago in a rare (but not isolated) moment of taste and discernment. Says of all the songs the Wolfe Tones sing, it's his favourite. Think I might agree.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,DonMeixner
Date: 27 Mar 11 - 12:55 AM

I didn't notice if the chords were posted or not. This is how I learned.

Don



I[G] was eighteen years[Am] old when I[G] went down to [C]Dublin,
With a[G] fist full of[Em] money and a[Am] cart load of [D]dreams,
Take you[G]r time said me[Am] father stop[G] rushing like[C] hell,
And re[G]member all is[Em] not what i[D7]t seems to[G] be,
For there's[D] fellas would[Em] cut you for the[C] coat on your[G] back,
Or the[C] watch that you[Em] got from your[D] mother,
So take[G] care me young[Am] buck-o and[G] mind yoursel[C]f well,
And will you[G] give this wee[D7] note to me[G] brother.
At the[D] time uncle Benje was a[C] police-man in [G]Brooklyn,
And me[D] father the youngest looked[C] after the[D] farm,
When a[G] phone call from A[Am]merica said[G] send the lad[C] over,
And the[G] ould fella[Em] said it would'nt[D] do any[G] harm.

For I[C] spent me life[D] working this[G] dirty old ground,
For a[C] few pints of por[D]ter and the[G] smell of a pound,
And ma[G]ybe there's[Am] something you will[G] learn or[C] see,
And you can[G] bring it back[Em] home make it[D] easy on[G] me.

So I landed at Kennedy and a big yellow taxi,
Carried me and me bags through the streets and the rain,
Well me poor heart was thumping around with excitement,
And I hardly even heard what the driver was saying.
We came in the short parkway to the flat lands of Brooklyn,
To me uncle's apartment on east 53rd,
I was feeling so happy I was humming a song,
And I sang ''Your as free as a bird''

Well to shorten the story what I found out that day,
Was that Benjy got shot down in an uptown foray,
And while I was flying my way to New York,
Poor Benjy was lying in a cold city morgue,
Well I phoned up the ould fella told him the news,
I could tell he could hardly stand up in his shoes,
And he wept as he told me go ahead with the plan,
And not to forget,be a proud Irishman.

So I went off to Nellys beside Fordham Road,
And I started to learn about lifting the load,
But the heaviest thing that I carried thad year,
Was the bitter sweet thought of my home town so dear,
I went home that December cause the ould fella died,
Had to borrow the money fro Phil on the site,
And all the bright flowers and brass could'nt hide,
The poor wasted face of me father.

I sold up the old farmyard for what it was worth,
And into me bag stuck a hand full of earth,
Then I boarded a train and I cought me a plane,
And I found myself back in the U.S. again,
It's been twenty two years since I set foot in Dublin,
The kids know to use the correct knife and fork,
But I'll never forget the green grass and the rivers,
As I keep law and order ion the streets of New York


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords Req: Streets of New York
From: GUEST,Greg in Baltimore
Date: 27 Mar 11 - 01:02 AM

TRY YOUTUBE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXyv1TW4R4A
Record the tune and learn it yourself.
Cheers!!


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