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Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral (Songs Abroad/Ireland)

Classic Irish lullaby, written in 1914 by James Royce Shannon, popularized by Bing Crosby in "Going My Way," 1944.

Wearing Of The Green, The (Songs Abroad/Ireland)

Irish lament originally inspired by an uprising against the British in 1798, fervently sung in the many similar altercations since. This 1864 version is by the celebrated (melo)dramatist and theatre luminary Dion Boucicault(1822-1890).

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Songs Abroad/Ireland)

The other great Irish-American standard (alongside "My Wild Irish Rose") also created by the classic stage Irishman Chauncey Olcott(1858-1932), here collaborating with composer Ernest Ball and introducing the number in the play "The Isle o' Dreams," 1912. This pair also collaborated with lyricist Rida Johnson Young on "Mother Machree."