drinking song


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a song celebrating the joys of drinking

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We wanted a drinking song and there were plenty of experiences to pull from.
Too controlled in the drinking song, it fared better when accompanying Olympia.
It wasn't intended as a jolly drinking song for the cadet corps.
I once remember inadvertently offending a group of Americans by telling them (truthfully) that the melody of the American national anthem began as an obscene drinking song in the taverns of early Georgian England.
Spence's is a firm tenor, expressive and pleasingly vibratofree, but the bright, exciting orchestration in his opening drinking song overwhelmed his voice.
North Dakota Drinking Song They know I know Wano Wino.
8220;We were betting that a good drinking song would not only entertain people, but also motivate them.
He said their song What Can I Do remains particularly popular in the country, with students turning it into a drinking song called Vodka I Do.
YN 30 English music At the 30th birthday concert she sang La Traviata's drinking song plus performed with the Three Welsh Tenors and Bryn.
However, since "Sure Enough" is both a drinking song and a lost-love lament, perhaps the country-music rhyme scheme is appropriate after all.
Russell Watson and I were to sing the Drinking Song from La Traviata with him.
The highlights included the popular duet Un Di Felice and the Brindisi, the best known drinking song in opera.
Francis Scott Key wrote the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner" in 1814, during the War of 1812, to the tune of an English drinking song.
Gorky's write and sing in Welsh (as do Ectogram), switching at will to English as if it were the most natural thing in the world - take the wonderful "Merched Yn Neud Gwallt Eu Gilydd" (Girls doing each other's hair) - much as they switch from the queasy dreaminess of the English psychedelic eccentrics (Kevin Ayers, Syd Barrett) to the great drinking song in "Lechyd Da" (Good health), complete with sitar, chinking glasses, and bar operatics.
And it was a classic drinking song "Drink Up Thee Cider" by local legends The Wurzels that sparked celebrations after the whistle.