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15 Anniversary Show

Renaissance Festival Podcast

Release Date: 06/24/2020

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Season 16 Episode 8 Show 355 VISIT OUR SPONSORS: Louisiana Renaissance Festival Renaissance Magazine The Ren Cruise SYNOPSIS Your Host Host: Danny Faught & Marc Gunn will be sharing music from Empty Hats • Gypsy Guerrilla Band • The Bilge Pumps • The Musical Blades • Marc Gunn • Tulstin Troubadours • Circled_by_Hounds • Clandestine • Green Man Clan • Dregs • Celtic Shores • Angus McHugh, Scottish Pirate • Circa Paleo • Poxy Boggards • Vince Conaway • The Pride of Ireland • Barleyjuice • Tullamore" The Theme:Celtic and Irish Podcast...

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SONGS

The Ren Faire Song performed by The Musical Blades from the album Up the Ante
https://www.musicalblades.com

I'll Tell My Ma performed by Tullamore from the album The O'Malley's Sessions - One for the Road
https://www.tullamore.band/home

Lord of the PounceWhere's the Cat! performed by Marc Gunn from the album Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers
www.marcgunn.com

Beggars to God performed by Jesse Linder from the album Easy & Free
http://www.JesseLinder.Bandcamp.com

Cyrus In The Moonlight performed by Empty Hats from the album The Hat Came Back
https://www.emptyhats.com

When I Was A Young Maid performed by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman from the album Choice Fare
Unknown Website

The Voyage performed by Terry Griffith from the album Songs From the Pub
https://www.facebook.com/terry.l.griffith.1

O'neill's March performed by Pictus from the album Fire
https://pictusmusic.com

Mingulay Boat Song performed by Bounding Main from the album Fish Out of Water
http://www.boundingmain.com

Skillywidden performed by Cantiga from the album Martha's Dragon
http://www.cantigamusic.com/

Dark Lady performed by Far From Home from the album Of Course!
https://www.facebook.com/WeRFarFromHome/

Exiles Of Erin performed by Compilations from the album Songs from the Village of Carlisle
Unknown Website


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SONG LYRICS
The Ren Faire Song performed by The Musical Blades from the album Up the Ante
https://www.musicalblades.com

Step right up and come inside, 
To a world of make believe, Of shiny knights and maidens fair,
You'll never want to leave, 

Be sure to buy your wooden sword, 
For fourteen ninety five,And grab a handful of the King's nuts,As soon as you arrive, Cause fantasy's just a step away,
And nothing doth compare
Cause you'll see your life in a different way,
Through the lens of ye olde ren faire   HUZZAH! We've got all the kilted Shrek sounding men,
And the fairies ya need,
We've got all the elves and the gypsy boys,
And we've got a sample of mead,

Step up and test your balance and strength,
And be sure to jump on all the rides, 
It's amazing the things you can get on a stick,And all the things that you can get fried, Cause fantasy's just a step away,
And nothing doth compare
Cause you'll see your life in a different way,
Through the lens of ye olde ren faire  HUZZAH! You'll find fire eaters and jugglers here,You'll find Kings and their Queens too,You'll see wizards and warriors and Star Wars dweebsAnd a singing pirate crew,

We've got clothes, we've got armor, We've got turkey legsJust waiting here for you,
And you can use your Master Card,
Or Lady Visa too... Cause fantasy's just a step away,
And nothing doth compare
Cause you'll see your life in a different way,
Through the lens of ye olde ren faire  HUZZAH! 

I'll Tell My Ma performed by Tullamore from the album The O'Malley's Sessions - One for the Road
https://www.tullamore.band/home

I'll Tell My Ma

I'll tell my ma when I get home,
The boys won't leave the girls alone
They pull my hair and stole my comb
But that's all right till I go home

She is handsome, she is pretty,
She is the Belle of Belfast city
She is a courtin' one, two, three,
Please won't you tell me who is she

Albert Mooney says he loves her,
All the boys are fightin' for her
Knock at the door and ring at the bell,
Saying oh my true love, are you well

Out she comes as white as snow,
Rrings on her fingers, bells on her toes
Ould Johnny Morrissey says she'll die
If she doesn't get the fella with the roving eye

Let the wind and the rain and the hail blow high
And the snow come travellin' through the sky
She's as sweet as apple pie,
She'll get her own lad by and by

When she gets a lad of her own
She won't tell her ma when she gets home
Let them all come as they will
For it's Albert Mooney she loves still"


Lord of the PounceWhere's the Cat! performed by Marc Gunn from the album Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers
www.marcgunn.com

I pounced in the morning when the world was begun.
I pounced on the moon and the stars all for fun.
I leaped down from heaven, and I pounced on the earth.
When I pounced my first mouse, I had my birth.
Pounce, pounce, wherever you may be
I am lord of the pounce, said he.
I'll run under feet, wherever you may be.
And I'll leap on you in the pounce, said he.
I pounced on the papyrus of the Egyptians
They wouldn't play so I stole their feather pens
I pounced on the fish caught by James and John
They fed me fish then the pounce went on.
I pounced on the Sabbath, rubbed my head against the lame.
Many people shook their head, said this feline was insane.
I may rest from pouncing, do not think I am gone.
For I just saw a rat, so the pounce goes on.
I and my lady meowed a song across the plain
The birds came down, and we pounced on each of them.
On the bedchamber floor, I laid my carrion.
Then I raced out the door and I pounced again.
I dog jumped down, so I leapt up high.
I have nine lives that will never, never die.
I'll pounce on you though you bark at me
I am the Lord of the Pounce, said he.


Beggars to God performed by Jesse Linder from the album Easy & Free
http://www.JesseLinder.Bandcamp.com

The song of gypsy Davy rang delighted through the night,
A wise and foolish virgin kept her candles burning bright,
Rise up, my young and foolish one, and follow if you can,
There'll be no need for hot candles in the arms of such a man.
Make love to each other; be free with each other,
Be prisoners of love 'til you lie in the sod,
Be friends to each other, forgive one another,
See God in each other, be beggars to God.
The night was cold and dark and wet as they wandered on alone,
The sky became their canopy, the earth became their throne,
And as their raiment ran to rags, they thought it nothing wrong,
For earth and sky are robe enough, when you sing the gypsy song.
Make love to each other; be free with each other,
Be prisoners of love 'til you lie in the sod,
Be friends to each other, forgive one another,
See God in each other, be beggars to God.
They sang and played the gypsy song wherever they were sent,
To some, it seemed a dancing tune; to some, a sad lament,
But in every heart that heard it true, a tear became a smile,
And a pauper or a prince became a gypsy for a while.
Make love to each other; be free with each other,
Be prisoners of love 'til you lie in the sod,
Be friends to each other, forgive one another,
See God in each other, be beggars to God.

 

Cyrus In The Moonlight performed by Empty Hats from the album The Hat Came Back
https://www.emptyhats.com

Oh the hills are full of spirits
And they walk when night comes round
And they speak to who they choose to
When the moon is shining down
And ramona loves the orchard
And liza loves the pine
And cyrus in the moonlight
Loves the flowing of the wineOh cyrus trusts the spirits
And they fill his life with grace
Yeah the father of his fathers
Passed him down the gift of faith
And one night you might hear it
Like a wailing from above
It's just cyrus in the moonlight
Singing to the one he loves...And the two girls start to dancing
When they hear that drunken voice
That's when cyrus asks the moonlight
Do I have to make a choice
'tween liza with her red hair
And ramona with her blues
And with all these gifts they bring me
Tell me how can I refuse
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When I Was A Young Maid performed by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman from the album Choice Fare

When I was a young maid, about seventeen
I enlisted in the Navy for to serve the Queen.
I enlisted in the Navy, a sailor lad to stand,
For to hear the cannons rattlin' and the music so grand.
The music so grand, the music so grand.
For to hear the cannons rattlin' and the music so grand.

Well the officer who enlisted me was a fine and handsome man.
He said, ""You'll make a sailor, so come along me lad.""
Well, me waist being tall and slender and my fingers long and thin,
Oh the very soon they learned me I soon exceeded them.
I soon exceeded them, I soon exceeded them.
Oh the very soon they learned me I soon exceeded them.

They sent me to bunk and they sent me to bed
For to lie with the sailor lads I never was afraid
But in buttoning up me blue coat, it often made me smile
For to think I was a sailor and a maiden all the while.
A maiden all the while, a maiden all the while.
For to think I was a sailor and a maiden all the while.

They sent me to London to guard the tower
And I swore that I would be there until my dying hour
But a lady fell in love with me and I told her I was a maid.
She went up to my captain and my secret she betrayed.
My secret she betrayed, my secret she betrayed.
She went up to my captain and my secret she betrayed.

Well the captain, he came up to me and he asked if it were so.
I dared not, I dared not, I dared not say no.
"It's a pity we should lose you, such a sailor lad you made,
It's a pity we should lose you, such a handsome young maid."
A handsome young maid, a handsome young maid.
It's a pity we should lose you, such a handsome young maid.

So fare you well my captain, you've been so kind to me.
"And likewise, my sailor lads, I'm sorry to part with thee."
But if ever the Navy needs a lad, a sailor I'll remain.
I'll put off my cap and feathers and I'll run the riggin' again!
I'll run the riggin' again, I'll run the riggin' again.
I'll put off my cap and feathers and I'll run the riggin' again!"

 

The Voyage performed by Terry Griffith from the album Songs From the Pub
https://www.facebook.com/terry.l.griffith.1

I am a sailor, you're my first mate
We signed on together, we coupled our fate
Hauled up our anchor, determined not to fail
For the hearts treasure, together we set sail
With no maps to guide us we steered our own course
Rode out the storms when the winds were gale force
Sat out the doldrums in patience and hope
Working together we learned how to cope
Life is an ocean and love is a boat
In troubled water that keeps us afloat
When we started the voyage, there was just me and you
Now gathered round us, we have our own crew
Together we're in this relationship
We built it with care to last the whole trip
Our true destination's not marked on any charts
We're navigating to the shores of the heart
Life is an ocean and love is a boat
In troubled water that keeps us afloat
When we started the voyage, there was just me and you
Now gathered round us, we have our own crew
Life is an ocean and love is a boat
In troubled water that keeps us afloat
When we started the voyage, there was just me and you
Now gathered round us, we have our own crew

 

O'neill's March performed by Pictus from the album Fire
https://pictusmusic.com
(instrumental)"

Mingulay Boat Song performed by Bounding Main from the album Fish Out of Water
http://www.boundingmain.com

Heel ya ho, boys, let her go, boys
Heave her head round to the weather
Heel ya ho, boys, let her go, boys
Sailing homeward to Mingulay
What care we though white the Minch is
What care we boys the wind and weather
When we know that, every inch is
Closer homeward to Mingulay
Heel ya ho, boys, let her go, boys
Heave her head round to the weather
Heel ya ho, boys, let her go, boys
Sailing homeward to Mingulay
Wives are waiting by the pierhead
Gazing seaward from the heather
Heave ahead round and we'll anchor
Ere the sun sets on Mingulay
Heel ya ho, boys, let her go, boys
Heave her head round to the weather
Heel ya ho, boys, let her go, boys
Sailing homeward to Mingulay
Sailing homeward to Mingulay


Skillywidden performed by Cantiga from the album Martha's Dragon
http://www.cantigamusic.com/
Unknown


Dark Lady performed by Far From Home from the album Of Course!
https://www.facebook.com/WeRFarFromHome/

A fierce one-eyed man named Baron LaBonne
A meaner pirate had never been known
And he sailed on the Dark Lady
A ship strong and sound with a perilous crew
And high on the mast the skull and bones flew
Fleet and swift was the Dark Lady

And every night the Baron would drink a toast
He'd say, ""Here's to our lovely lady host!
My one true love""
""Hear, hear!"" the crew replied
And the Dark Lady sighed

A rich Spanish galleon was spotted one night
The Dark Lady's crew prepared for the fight
Clash of swords.... No Spaniards survived it
Except for the maiden with dark eyes so bold
Found in the hull with the jewels and the gold
LaBonne laughed and took her for ranson

And every night the Baron would drink a toast
He'd say, ""Here's to our lovely lady host!
My one true love""
""Hear, hear!"" the crew replied
And the Dark Lady sighed

The girl Carlotta was a beauty quite rare
With each passing night LaBonne couldn't bear
His empty bed... He brought her to it
The Baron soon found he felt more than desire
His love for her grew and his heart filled with fire
He proclaimed that they would marry

The night the Baron drank with jubilee
He said, ""Here's to my lovely bride-to-be!
My one true love""
""Hear, hear !"" the crew replied
And the Dark Lady cried

The following night and storm brewed at sea
The Dark Lady saw her chance to be free
Of her rival, the beauty Carlotta
The ship steered her south to the heart of the gale
Where a wave swept the maiden out over the rail
Sweet revenge on an unfaithful lover

That night the Lady drank a toast
She said, ""Here's to your lovely lady host!
Your one true love""...
No voices replied
And the Dark Lady smiled

And now every night when a storm fills the sky
They say that a ghost ship sails in its eye
Fleet and swift is the Dark Lady
A ship strong and sound with a perilous crew
And high on the mast the skull and bones flew
While the Captain gazes out to sea

And every night the Baron must drink a toast
And say, ""Here's to our lovely lady host
My one true love""
""Hear, hear!"" the ghost crew replies
And the Dark Lady smiles


Exiles Of Erin performed by Compilations from the album Songs from the Village of Carlisle
Unknown Website

There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin,
The dew on his robe was heavy and chilly;
For his country he sighed when, at twilight, repairing
To wander alone by the wind-beaten kill.
But the day-star attracted his eye's sad devotion,
For it rose on its own native isle of the ocean.
Where once, in the flow of his youthful emotion,
he sang the bold anthem of Erin-go-bragh.

Oh! sad is my fate, said the heart-broken stranger,
The wild deer and wolf to a covert can flee;
But I have no refuge from famine or danger,
A home and a country remains not for me.
Ah! never again in the green shady bower,
Where my forefathers lived, shall I spend the sweet hours,
Or cover my harp with the wild-woven flowers,
And strike the sweet numbers of Erin-go-bragh.

Oh! Erin, my country, though sad and forsaken,
In dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore;
But, alas! in a far foreign land I awaken,
And sigh for the friends that can meet me no more.
And thou, cruel fate, wilt thou never replace me
In a mansion of peace, where no perils can chase me?
Ah! never again shall my brothers embrace me-
They died to defend me, or live to deplore.

Where now is my cabin-door, so fast by the wildwood?
Sisters and sire did weep for its fall;
Where is the mother that looked on my childhood?
And where is my bosom friend -dearer than all?
Ah! my sad soul, long abandoned by pleasure,
Why did it dote on a fast-fading treasure?
Tears, like the rain, may fall without measure,
But rapture and beauty they cannot recall.

But yet all its fond recollections suppressing,
One dying wish my fond bosom shall draw;
Erin, an exile, bequeaths thee his blessings,
Land of my fathers, Erin-go-bragh.
Buried and cold, when my heart stills its motion.
Green be thy fields, sweetest isle in the ocean, ?
And the harp-striking bards sing aloud with devotion,
Erin Mavourneen, sweet Erin-go-bragh.