Ballads & Songs of Southern Michigan-songbook

A Collection of 200+ traditional songs & variations with commentaries including Lyrics & Sheet music

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410         Ballads and Songs of Michigan
4   Then Peggy O'Connor took up the job, "Judy," says she, "you're wrong I'm shure." But Judy she gave her a belt in the gob And laid her sprawling on the flure.
Each side in war did then engage; Twas woman to woman and man to man. Shilelah-law was all the rage, An' a bloody ruction soon began.
5    Mickey Mullvaney raised his head When a bottle oŁ whiskey flew at him. It missed, and hopping on the bed The whiskey scattered over Tim. Bedad, he revives! See how he raises! And Timothy hopping from the bed Cried, while he bathered around like blazes, "Bad luck to your souls, do you think Fm dead?"

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