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Made in Ireland (Lyrics to Danny Boy) Art Poster Print - 24x30
Made in Ireland (Lyrics to Danny Boy) Art Poster
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Title: Made in Ireland (Lyrics to Danny Boy) Art Poster Print
Format: Poster view MORE Posters
Size: 24 x 30 inches (61 x 76 cms)
SKU: 629027
Regular Price: $12.00
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Details: This poster shows a green clover and says 'Made in Ireland'. The clover is made up of the lyrics to Danny Boy.

Danny Boy is a ballad written by Frederick Weatherly and usually set to the tune of the Londonderry Air. It is most closely associated with Irish communities. Danny Boy was originally said to be intended as a message from a woman to a man, and Weatherly provided the alternative 'Eily dear' for male singers in his 1918 authorised lyrics. However, the song is actually sung by men as much as, or possibly more than, women. The song has been interpreted by some listeners as a message from a parent to a son going off to war or leaving as part of the Irish diaspora.

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