K-K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy, Irish folk songs, Home Lyrics And Chords Tin Whistle Song Book Tin Whistle Other Stuff Katie, Lyrics and chords by Mary Black. Katie's Alone. Come running home again Your heart calling out to me. With the genius of a druid when the sunlight floods the tomb Tom Russell Band. Come running home again, Katie Although his name is German, it was deemed more appropriate to use an Irish name. Cross my heart and hope to die The mirror that won't talk and your nightgown on the door
Katie's been gone since the spring time She wrote one time and sent her love Katie's been gone for such a long time now I wonder what kind of love. And a yellow coloured lampshade used to keep us up all night Poor Man's Dream. The sheet music was heavily reprinted. Written by Jimmy McCarthy.
Here is an excerpt from a 'mudcat article' written by Eamonn O'Shea's niece: Katie Daly was written and sung by my uncle Eamonn O'Shea, real name Herman Weight. And the night sky on the window
Come running home again, Katie Come running home again Eugene Buckley also recorded a version of the song.
The version of the guitar chords in G are very easy to play, just a simple 3 chord job.The sheet music notes for tin whistle are included. Live at the Royal Albert Hall (1992) Twenty-five Years - Twenty-five Songs - The Song Book Shall I cause another tear from your eye Now I'm looking through a tunnel Come running home again, Katie Jimmy MacCarthy Tumbling curls of green by stainglass streaming light And a yellow coloured lampshade used to keep us up all night And the smile upon her face, the tears upon your cheek And the night sky on the window Your heart calling out to me. Tumbling curls of green by stainglass streaming light Back into the room
"K-K-K-Katy" was a top 20 song from May 1918 to January 1919 and was number 1 from July to September.
Katy was a maid with hair of gold, Like an act of fate, Kate was standing at the gate, Watching all the boys on dress parade. And the old pedal Singer just don't sing no more
Katie song lyrics and easy guitar chords and sheet music notes by Mary Black. The name Katie Daly was based on his wife's aunt in America at the time whose name was Kay Daly. Other songs with simpler titles include Katie Song By Mary Black.The time signature is 4/4.Written by Irishman Eamonn O'Shea, real name Herman Weight and brought out on the Waltons record label around 1960. 1990 . And the smile upon her face, the tears upon your cheek It's a question mark on this heart of mine