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Lyr Req: Mother Malone (from The McNulty Family)

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GUEST,dick finney 20 Aug 08 - 09:13 AM
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Subject: McNulty FamilyMary Ann AKA Mother Malone
From: GUEST,dick finney
Date: 20 Aug 08 - 09:13 AM

Looking for an mp3 audio of this song, Mary Ann or also known as Mother Malone by the Mcnulty Family. I had it one time and have lost it. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated thanks.


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Subject: RE: McNulty Family-Mary Ann AKA Mother Malone
From: Joe Offer
Date: 20 Aug 08 - 08:18 PM

Dick, contact me by e-mail and I can help you out.
-Joe Offer-
joe@mudcat.org


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Subject: RE: McNulty Family-Mary Ann AKA Mother Malone
From: Joe Offer
Date: 21 Aug 08 - 02:33 AM

refresh - dick, are you there?


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Subject: RE: McNulty Family-Mary Ann AKA Mother Malone
From: GUEST
Date: 04 Feb 09 - 07:29 PM


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Subject: Lyr Add: MOTHER MALONE (from The McNulty Family)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 14 Jul 13 - 12:38 AM

You can hear this recording at The Internet Archive; it is item #41 on the menu on that page.


MOTHER MALONE
As recorded by the McNulty Family on Decca (USA) 12195A; 21-Oct-1938.

You may think by my line of discoursin'
That I once kissed the neat(?) Blarney Stone.
I have not, but I'll tell you a story:
I have often kissed Mother Malone.

Some lads when they go out a-courtin',
Why, they have not the spunk of a mouse.
They stand on the corner and whistle.
They're afraid to go into the house.

But I always walk in with me swagger
As if the whole place were me own,
And I sit meself down with "Good evenin'.
How are you, O Mother Malone?"

Then I kiss the old woman and hug the old man,
Give johnny a dollar and shake hands with Dan,
Fight for his sister and do all I can, do all I can,
Then I walk out with me gal Mary Ann.

I had only been courtin' a fortnight
When her heart and her hand I had won,
And the first time I went to the cottage,
The old lady she called me her son.

When I asked the old man for his daughter,
His son-in-law soon I would be.
He said, "Be me soul, Pete McNulty,
Ye can have both my daughter and me."

Now John is my Patty's big brother.
With him I keep on the right side,
And I kiss and I flatter his sister,
For she is my darlin' and pride.

Then I kiss the old woman and hug the old man,
Give johnny a dollar and shake hands with Dan,
Fight for his sister and do all I can, do all I can,
Then I walk out with my gal Mary Ann.

Then I walk out with my gal Mary Ann.


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