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  1. Traditional Irish Down by the Sally Gardensinformation page. Down by the Salley Gardens (Irish: Gort na Saileán) is a poem by William Butler Yeats published in The Wanderings of Oisin and Other Poems in Yeats indicated in a note that it was "an attempt to reconstruct an old song from three lines imperfectly remembered by an old peasant woman in the village of Ballisodare, Sligo, who.
  2. HM: 1: Phil Coulter - Peace And Tranquility [] HM: 2: Paddy Reilly - Greatest Hits LIVE LP [] HM: 3: Joe Dolan - Always On My Mind LP [].
  3. Sally Gardens Community Centre delivers a range of inclusive community-based services to all groups/individuals. Issues targeted include economic development, the environment, community development, youth work, providing community facilities, facilitating disability inclusion, campaigning and .
  4. The Sally Gardens Lyrics And Chords. The full sheet music is included in the key of G Major plus the 5 string banjo chords. Down by the Sally Gardens solfege [ Do re mi ] sheet music notes in the key of D Major now added. The format of chords is chordpro. The music time signature is 2/2.
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  6. Sally Gardens. Download Audio. A Reel from the popular Foinn Seisiún series of books and CDs, based on the sessions at Comhaltas headquarters in Monkstown. You can buy the CD from our online shop.. Date February 27, Tune Sally Gardens Created By Brian Prior Source Foinn Seisiún Volume 1.
  7. Irish Song Lyrics; Collection of Irish Song Lyrics Sally Garden. Author: W. B. Yeats, Tune: Maids of the Mourne Shore, Trad It was down by the Sally Gardens, my love and I did meet. She crossed the Sally Gardens with little snow-white feet. She bid me take love easy, as the leaves grow on the tree.
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  9. It was only changed to the Salley Gardens when it was published again in in his collection, Poems. The Rambling Boys of Pleasure. The song that Yeats heard the old woman singing was almost certainly the old Irish tune, You Rambling Boys of Pleasure. Its second verse contains the lines: It was down by Sally’s Garden one evening late I.

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