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  1. "The) Leaving of Liverpool" (Roud ), also known as "Fare Thee Well, My Own True Love", is a folk song. Folklorists classify it as a lyrical lament and it was also used as a sea shanty, especially at the porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co is very well known in Britain, Ireland, and America, despite the fact that it was collected only twice, from the Americans Richard Maitland and Captain Patrick Tayluer.
  2. The leaving of liverpool Lyrics: Farewell to Princes' landing stage River Mersey fare thee well / I am bound for California, a place I know right well / So fare thee well my own true love / When I.
  3. Leaving Of Liverpool Lyrics: Fare thee well to Prince's Landing Stage / River Mersey, fare thee well / I am bound for 'Californi' / It's a place that I know right-well / (Chorus) / So fare thee.
  4. The Leaving of Liverpool is a traditional folk song. In this video it is sung by the Dubliners. Liverpool was once one of the major sea ports in the UK and i.
  5. Feb 16,  · The Leaving Of Liverpool; Artist The Clancy Brothers; Album Reunion; Licensed to YouTube by Live Nation Video Network; The Royalty Network (Publishing), BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 9 Music Rights Societies.
  6. > Louis Killen > Songs > The Leaving of Liverpool. The Leaving of Liverpool [ Roud ; Ballad Index Doe; trad.] Ewan MacColl sang The Leaving of Liverpool in on his and A.L. Lloyd's Prestige International album, A Sailor's Garland.A.L. Lloyd commented in the sleeve notes: W. Doerflinger got this nostalgic song from a well-known shanty singer, ‘Captain’ Dick Maitland, who .
  7. So fare thee well, my own true love And when I return united we will be It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me But my darling when I think of thee. I have sailed with Burgess once before He's a man that I know right well If a man is a sailor, he can get along And if not, then he is sure in Hell. So fare thee well, my own true love.
  8. Fare you well the Prince's landing stage, River Mersey, fare you well. I'm off to California, a place I know right well. So fare you well, my own true love, when I return united we shall be, It's not the leaving of Liverpool that grieves me, but my darling when I think of you.

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