Lyrics for dating game

The "hauling home" was a ceremony that took place a month after a wedding when a bride was brought to live in her new husband's home. Énrí Ó Muirġeasa also records a similar refrain in 1915 from the Barony of Farney, “but the song to which it belonged was lost before my time”.There is no mention of “hauling home” and the line that P. Joyce gives as thá tu maith le rátha (“’tis you are happy with prosperity [in store for you]”) is instead Tá tú amuiġ le ráiṫċe (“You’ve been gone three months”).Anyone who looked at ya, would have to pay I'd be blowin fuckin nuggets off all day!Grab your titties, and stretch em down past your waist Let go, and watch em both spring up in your face I'd sing love songs to ya, the best I can Get ya naked and hit it like a caveman Then we'd go through the beach and walk in the sand I'd throw a little sand in your face and say I'm just playin As you spit it all out, I'll fuck your back Grab your underwear and wedge it up your ass crack!

Your dad would probably start trippin and get me pissed I'd have to walk up and bust him in his fuckin lips!Since 1916 it has also been known under various other titles, notably Dord na bh Fiann (Call of the Fighters) or An Dord Féinne.The latter title is associated with Pearse in particular.Óró, sé do bheatha abhaile was also sung by sean-nós singers Darach Ó Catháin and Dónall Ó Dúil (on the album Faoin bh Fód) and by Nioclás Tóibín.The song has received more modern treatments from Seo Linn, John Spillane, The Twilight Lords, Cruachan, Tom Donovan, Alan Burke, Paul Brady and Sinéad O'Connor.