Hiring Fair - The Irish Rovers - The Unicorn
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The single most popular record that The Irish Rovers ever made, their cover of Shel Silverstein's slyly written "The Unicorn" stands apart from the more straightforward material on this album, which is devoted to good times, family, and religious differences, and other significant elements of Irish song.6/
Irish Rovers The Unicorn Hiring Fair He said, "You're welcome with me, Johnny. And you're with a decent man." But little I knew what I had to do for Grady of Stravan. As I went down to the Hiring Fair in a place they call the Strand, Twas there I hired for seven long years.
Hiring Fair Lyrics: He said, "You're welcome with me, Johnny. And you're with a decent man." / But little I knew what I had to do for Grady of Stravan / As I went down to the Hiring Fair in a place.
Hiring Fair lyrics by The Irish Rovers. Video "You're welcome with me Johnny, and you're with a decent man." Hiring Fair by The Irish Rovers is featured on the album The Unicorn (Jan 1, ). Back to Irish Lyrics H Back to The IRISH ROVERS. Contact Me "Hiring Fair" lyrics are provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Aug 08, · As far as I'm concerned this is the definitive Irish Rovers album. If you like Irish folk music and haven't heard this album, then it is a must-have for you. Of course, if you owned a radio in the late '60's, you have almost certainly heard "The Unicorn", but there are many other songs on this CD which I feel are as good (perhaps even better)/5(25).