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Ill Take You Home Again, Kathleen - Ken Griffin (2) - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Kemuro says:
    I'll take you home again, Kathleen Across the ocean wild and wide To where your heart has ever been Since you were first my bonnie bride. The roses all have left your cheek. I've watched them fade away and die Your voice is sad when e'er you speak And tears bedim your loving eyes.
  2. Mikajar says:
    Directed by David Aylott, E.F. Symmons.
  3. Mezizshura says:
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  5. Samukora says:
    Print and download in PDF or MIDI I'LL TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN, KATHLEEN (Words&Music: Thomas P. Westendorf). Arranged for standard autoharp chord (mostly - since some will not have an E7, a G chord can be substituted). Numbers under the lyrics refer to melody note duration.
  6. Doll says:
    "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in (The music is loosely based on Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Flat Minor Opus 64 Second Movement). In spite of its German-American origins, it is widely mistaken to be an Irish ballad.
  7. Yozshulkree says:
    I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen Lyrics: I'll take you home again, Kathleen / Across the ocean wild and wide / To where your heart has ever been / Since first you were my loving bride / The roses.
  8. Mausida says:
    "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in In spite of its American origins, it is known and revered as an Irish ballad. In spite of its American origins, it is known and revered as an Irish ballad.

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