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Step It Out Mary - Danny Doyle (2) - Step It Out Mary (Vinyl)

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  1. Danny Doyle's songs: Listen to songs by Danny Doyle on Myspace, Step It Out Nancy. Danny Doyle. Folk Masters Ensemble. 3. My Caravan Girl. Danny Doyle. Folk Masters Ensemble Mary From Dungloe. Danny Doyle. Whiskey On A Sunday. The German Clockwinder.
  2. Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter Step it out, mary, if you can Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter Show your legs to the countryman (x2) In the village of Kilgory, there's a maiden young and fair Her eyes shine like diamonds, she has long and golden hair The horseman he .
  3. Step it out Mary, my fine daughter Step it out Mary, if you can Step it out Mary, my fine daughter Show your legs to the countryman (x2) In the village of Kilgory there's a deep stream running by And they found Mary there at midnight, she drowned with her soldier boy In the cottage there is music, you can hear her father say: Step it out Mary.
  4. Vinyl and CD 1 – 47 of Prev; 1; Next; Jump to; Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; MAM Tony Kenny And The Sands (6) Tony Kenny And The Sands (6) Danny Doyle (2) Step It Out Mary.
  5. Oct 17,  · STEP IT OUT MARY (The High Kings' version) Tabbed by Fabrizio Luglio ([email protected]) The basic riff goes: Dm C Am Bb all the times [Verse 1] Dm So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter C Step it out, marry, if you can Am Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter Bb Show your legs to the countryman (x2) Dm C In the village of Kilgory, there's a maiden young and fair Am Bb Her .
  6. Aug 10,  · Check out Step It Out Mary by Danny Doyle on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on nophodibemarripencisinsathena.coinfo
  7. Danny Doyle (28 April – 6 August ) was an Irish folk singer. After leaving school at the age of fourteen, Doyle started doing odd jobs, including working as general factotum in Dublin's Pike Theatre, where he began to pick up, from the travelling players, songs from the Irish countryside.

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