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  • Fiddler's Green Lyrics: As I walked by the dockside one evening so fair / To view the salt waters and take in the salt air / I heard an old fisherman singing a song / Oh, take me away boys me time.
  • The Dubliners "Fiddler's Green": I heard an old fisherman singing a song Oh, take me away boys me time is not long Just tell me old shipmates, I'm taking a trip mates And I'll see you someday on Fiddlers Green Now Fiddler's Green is a place I've heard tell Where the fishermen go if they don't go to hell Where the weather is fair and the.
  • Fiddlers Green Sheet Music Notes For Tin / Penny Whistle. The full sheet music score is In The Key Of G Major- Written by John Conolly. Fiddlers Green Lyrics And Chords. The piano / keyboard letter notes are included for all the players of recorder and flute. This song was a big hit for The Wolfe Tones plus The Dubliners.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 20 Original Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: Ram Records Limited (2) - RMLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Ireland • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock/5(14).
  • In selecting the songs it was necessary to include tracks recorded by Ronnie Drew and Ciaran Bourke. This album therefore is a unique collection of songs representing the group then and now. The Dubliners include Jim McCann, John Sheahan, Barney McKenna & Luke Kelly." Traditional Irish Songs.
  • Lyrics to 'Fiddler's Green' by Irish Rovers: As I walked by the dockside one evening so fair To view the salt waters and take in the salt air I heard an old fisherman singing a song Oh, take me .
  • A wonderful traditional folk song! I've only heard the Dubliners' cover, here it is! Capo 5th fret. C F C Am As I walked by the dockside one evening so fair, C F C G to view the salt waters and take the salt air, F C I heard an old fisherman singing a song, G C G 'Oh take me away boys, me time is not long'.
  • And[D7] I'll see you someday in Fiddler's[G] Green. [2] Now the skies are all clear and there's never a game and the fish jump on board with a switch of their tails you can lie at your leisure, there's no work to do and the skippers been all making tae for the crew. [3] Now Fiddlers Green is a place I heard tell.