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  1. Songfacts®: Any unknowing person asked to venture an opinion about "Paddy McGinty's Goat" might very well reply that it was a novelty song written by an Irishman. While it is indeed a novelty song that was recorded by a popular Irish family entertainer, it was in fact written by two Englishmen, and first popularized by an American double act.
  2. Paddy McGinty's Goat isn't traditional or Irish, it was written by the great Robert P Weston () & Bert Lee () who wrote most of the Music Hall songs remembered today, including 'With Her Head Tucked Underneath her Arm', 'Brown Boots', 'Goodbye-ee', etc, etc, and then moved on into writing for s Revue and films.
  3. Official Val Doonican Paddy McGinty's Goat lyrics at CD Universe. Now Patrick McGinty, an Irishman of note Fell in for a fortune, and he bought himself a goat Say's he, "sure, of goat's milk I'm going to have me fi.
  4. 78_paddy-mcgintys-goat_pat-harrington-r.-p.-weston-bert-lee-two-bobs_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev1 Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source
  5. Dec 24,  · ‎My name is Dan and welcome to Paddy McGinty's Goat!! Named after my Irish Nana's favorite childhood lull-a-bye, these stories capture my memories of growing up in the crazy, comical and often tender Woodside, Queens and NYC of the 70s, 80s,90s and today. So join me, your host, Dan Bauso, for a slice 5/5(1).
  6. "Paddy McGinty's Goat" is a comic song written in by English songwriters Bert Lee and R. P. Weston in collaboration with the American performing duo The Two Bobs. It tells the story of an aggressive goat which comes to the village of Killaloe in Ireland and terrorises it by butting its inhabitants and eating everything in sight.
  7. Paddy McGinty's Goat (Words and music by Bert Lee and R.P. Weston, published by Francis, Day and Hunter, ) Key of B flat (Capo 3, key of G) Another song that was difficult to .
  8. And leave the rest to providence and Paddy McGinty's goat Mrs Burke to her daughter said, "listen, Mary Jane Who was the lad you were cuddling in the lane? He'd long wiry whiskers a' hanging from his chin".
  9. But now I've one of nothin', all through Paddy McGinty's goat Mickey Riley, he went to the races t'other day He won twenty dollars and he shouted hip .

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