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Mother Ireland 2012

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"And I shall feel how soft you tread above me, And then my grave will richer, sweeter be; For you will bend and tell me that you love me, And I shall rest in peace until you come to me."


The above text forms one of several slightly different versions of the final verse of an old Irish Song which, over the past hundred years or so, has come to be much appreciated and enjoyed by a great many people all around the world.

Elvis Presley
(for example) loved this song, and once commented: "It was written by the angels".
His family arranged to have it played at his funeral service in 1977:
http:// /watch?v=J_CcmOcBuzI
As some people see things: "Elvis did not die; he simply returned to his spiritual home in Heaven."

"The composer (of the music of Danny Boy) is not known for certain but many attribute it to a blind Irish harpist called Rory Dall O'Cahan ( http:// /cbw3mfe ), who's thought to have lived in northern Ireland in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century."
(From: http:// /danny-boy )

Birthday Anniversary of Marguerite Finnerty (nee Finneran, born in New York City on November 7th 1903):
Her favourite song was Danny Boy ...
http://homepage. eircom .net/~williamfinnerty/index.html#April

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The above text is based on a comment dated November 7th 2012 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
http:// /article/102060#comment293017


The copy of an e-mail (dated November 7th 2012) has been placed at the following www location: MargueriteFinnerty /7November2012/Email.htm


Mother Ireland 2012:

"Unconstitutional legislation, Chief Justice Susan Denham , William Finnerty"
http:// /ck3h4c9 ChiefJusticeSusanDenham /8November2012/Email.htm


Human Rights Ireland: http:// www. h uman r ights i



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William Finnerty is back living in the Republic of Ireland at the present time, which is where he was born and where he grew up. His father was Irish (County Galway), and his mother American (New York City). He has worked mostly in the (more...)
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