“Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish-American Celtic punk band” -Wikipedia.org


On the video: Drunken Lullabies from Flogging Molly
 

Lyrics:

Must it take a life for hateful eyes
To glisten once again
Five hundred years like Gelignite
Have blown us all to hell
What savior rests while on his cross we die
Forgotten freedom burns
Has the Shepard led his lambs astray
to the bigot and the gun

Must it take a life for hateful eyes
To glisten once again
Cause we find ourselves in the same old mess
Singin’ drunken lullabies

I watch and stare as Rosin`s eyes
Turn a darker shade of red
And the bullet with this sniper lie
In their bloody gutless cell
Must we starve on crumbs from long ago
Through these bars of men made steel
Is it a great or little thing we fought
Knelt the conscience blessed to kill

Must it take a life for hateful eyes
To glisten once again
Cause we find ourselves in the same old mess
Singin’ drunken lullabies

Ah, but maybe it`s the way you were taught
Or maybe it`s the way we fought
But a smile never grins without tears to begin
For each kiss is a cry we all lost
Though there is nothing left to gain
But for the banshee that stole the grave
Cause we find ourselves in the same old mess
Singin’ drunken lullabies

I sit in and dwell on faces past
Like memories seem to fade
No colour left but black and white
And soon will all turn grey
But may these shadows rise to walk again
With lessons truly learnt
When the blossom flowers in each our hearts
Shall beat a new found flame

Must it take a life for hateful eyes
To glisten once again
Cause we find ourselves in the same old mess
Singin’ drunken lullabies
Cause we find ourselves in the same old mess
Singin’ drunken lullabies
Singin’ drunken lullabies


(sorry if the video is black at the end it was like that when i saw it (( )


On the video: Eb Reels from Flook interpreted by Xerfa

Flogging Molly

Oki it’s Christmas, it’s time to dance, have fun and drink a lot! A while ago, in the Christmas time, our ancestors (from Québec) loved to dance at the rhythm of violins and guitar. And since i have some Irish in my blood (a long story from Québec evolution ) i though this is the time to present you one of my favourite bands: Flogging Molly!!!

I so danced and “trashed” on this music when I were at the university at the best Pub of Sherbrooke City called: “Les marches”!!!! Ah theses sweet nights with boozes, friends and flogging

Anyways here’s a clip and a list of my best songs ever that i’m listening in my car

Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American punk band composed of:

Dave King: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Bridget Regan: Fiddle, Tin Whistle
Dennis Casey: Electric Guitar
Matt Hensley: Accordion
Nathen Maxwell: Bass
Bob Schmidt: Mandolin, Banjo
George Schwindt: Drums

Have fun!!

Romston

Flogging Molly – Drunken Lullabies :



My best of:

1. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 01 – Salty Dog
2. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 02 – Drunken Lullabies
3. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 03 – What’s Left Of The Flag
4. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 04 – Devil’s Dance Floor
5. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 05 – Seven deadly sins
6. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 06 – Selfish Man
7. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 07 – May The Living Be Dead (In Our Wake)
8. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 08 – Queen annes revenge
9. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 09 – Black Friday Rule
10. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 10 – To youth
11. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 11 – Cruel Mistress
12. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 12 – Another Bag Of Bricks
13. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 13 – With a wonder and a wild desire
14. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 14 – Life In A Tenement Square
15. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 15 – Every Dog Has His Day
16. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 16 – The Kilburn Highroad
17. Mix Peter – Flogging Molly – 17 – Between A Man And A Woman

Ps: If everything’s right i’m going to see them when they will come in Montreal in 2008, with a friend or two