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Tuam Beat Lyrics:

Original songwriter: Patrick Leonard Stevens Once upon a golden age singing songs was all the rage

Songs for glory songs for fun sad songs in the native tongue

Upon me solemn oath there'd be forty verses note for note

Here's a song to set you free from all of that auld history

We got to Tuam beat goes sugar sugar and the heart speaks

How's your mother got the Tuam beat goes

Shimmy shammy and the heart speaks how's your mammy?

Sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song sing 'em the same old song

Stall her sham you're only spoofing you're huffing

And your puffing and you're blowing the roof in

I've got the electric guitar with the pick up and the tremolo bar

I got them Tuam beat goes sugar sugar and the heart speaks

How's your mother got the Tuam beat goes

Shimmy shammy and the heart speaks how's your mammy?

Sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song

Sing 'em the same old song come on

Yeah

Ah the working working working man

Are you wide to Paddy Talgys plan?

Boys and girls they twist about they have a bit of fun and they dance about

They've got to Tuam beat both sugar sugar and the heart speaks

How's your mother got the Tuam beat goes

Shimmy shammy and the heart speaks and how's your mammy?

Sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song

Sing 'em the same old song come on

A quarter to eleven and off we go down to palace not too slow

Heavens all across the sky

I declare to God

I must reply

The Tinker the Pavee Sham fairplay to the traveling man

His wheel broke he'll settle down he brings beauty to this town

I got to Tuam beat goes sugar sugar and the heart speaks

How's your mother got the Tuam beat goes

Shimmy shammy and the heart speaks and how's your mammy?

Got to Tuam beat goes sugar sugar and the heart speaks

How's your mother got the Tuam beat goes

Shimmy shammy and the heart speaks and how's your mammy?

Got to Tuam beat goes sugar sugar and the heart speaks and

How's your mother got the Tuam beat goes

Shimmy shammy and the heart speaks and how's your mammy?

Sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song sing 'em the same old

Sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song

Sing 'em the same old song yeah

Yeah

Huh

Yeah

Come on

Will you sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song sing 'em the same old

Sing 'em a song to sing 'em a song

Sing 'em the same old song ah ah

Artist Information

Born: 5th September 1941, Bicester, Oxfordshire, UK. Died: 25th September 2009 British graphic artist who rose to prominence in the late 1960's, along with Nigel Waymouth, within the design partnership Hapshash & The Coloured Coat. Among the leaders of the psychedelic art-form in the UK, the duo paved the way in the coalescing of art and musical form in the '70s. From designing album sleeves to clothing outlets, along with a wealth of now highly collectible concert posters under the 'Osiris Visions' tag of 'International Times' and via 'Oz' magazine. The twosome also produced eponymous musical works. English later concentrated on producing hyper-realist imagery and also contributed to many advertising campaigns. He married Jaki Abbott in 1983 and has had two books published, '3-D Eye' and 'The Anatomy Of Illusion'. Some of his works are retained in collections of The Museum Of Modern Art, The Victoria & Albert Museum and The Arts Council.

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