I love this song and I sang it low for my wife Sandy. She loves when I sing the lower octave. I usually don’t do it for the videos and I had fun with it. The Irish Pub Song Of The Day is Red Is The Rose on frailing / clawhammer banjo.
Red Is The Rose
Come [G]over the [Em]hills, my [Am]bonny Irish [C]lass
Come [G]over the [Em]hills to your [G]dar[D7]ling;
[C]You choose the [G]rose, love, and I’ll [Am]make the [C]vow
And [G]I’ll be your [C]true [G]love for[D7]ev[G]er.
Red is the rose that in yonder garden grows,
And fair is the lily of the valley;
Clear is the water that flows from the Boyne
But my love is fairer than any.
‘Twas down by Killarney’s green woods that we strayed
And the moon and the stars they were shining;
The moon shone its rays on her locks of golden hair
And she swore she’d be my love forever.
It’s not for the parting tht my sister pains
It’s not for the grief of my mother,
“Tis all for the loss of my bonny Irish lass
That my heart is breaking forever.