Kacey Musgraves: LONG ago I decided they cannot stop me.

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K A C E Y M U S G R A V E S
@KaceyMusgraves

Smells like white male bullshit and why LONG ago I decided they cannot stop me.

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We cannot play two females back to back. Not even Lady Antebellum or Little Big Town against another female. I applaud their courage.

K A C E Y M U S G R A V E S
@KaceyMusgraves

And yet, they can play 18 dudes who sound exactly the same back to back. Makes total sense.

Saint Sister- A Woman’s Heart by Eleanor McEvoy

Only A Woman’s Heart | Ireland’s Favourite Folk Song | RTÉ One

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Ireland’s Favourite Folk Song bespoke performance of ‘Only A Woman’s Heart’ by Saint Sister. To vote for your favourite log on to rte.ie/culture

Mary Black, Emmylou Harris and Dolores Keane – Sonny

Published on Oct 23, 2009

This is the elventh track of the “Twenty-five Years – Twenty-five Songs” DVD by Mary Black called “Sonny”. The source of this clip is Bringing It All Back Home (1991) This videoclip has been uploaded with permission of Mary Black’s record company 3ú Records. For information regarding this videoclip and its copyright, please visit http://www.mary-black.net and use the contact option.
Sonny’s Dream, written by Ron Hynes, man of a thousand songs and the Godfather of Newfoundland & Labrador music
plus Donal Lunny, Declan Sinnott, Liam O’Flynn, maybe thats Davey Spillane too!!!

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Eleanor McEvoy – The Fire Overhead

Published on Jun 1, 2017

From The album “What’s Following Me” (1996)
Lyrics
Fire’s burn, turning into dust
What was precious, what was pretty paradise
Fire’s turn, burning to the ground.
What was healthy what was holy, what was life.
If you think it’s hot now,
If you hate that heat
You think it’s bad now, wait and see,
You think it’s close now as you sleep within your bed.
Check out the fire
Check out the fire
Check out the fire overhead.
Children grow, playing with their toys
Acting out their fairytales in play
Children play, growing with the noise
Of television teaching them the way,
And while you’re sometimes scared now
If you see the flames
You think the smoke’s from far away,
You read the papers, saying the fire will not spread
Sweet the light, glowing neon blue
Of havens offering shelter from the storm
Sweet the sound, crackling in the grate
Of firelight, welcoming and warm
But if you think it’s safe now,
If you feel at ease
Your safety’s hanging from a thread
Before you’re happy, having locked your doors at night
Sweet the light, glowing neon blue
Of havens offering shelter from the storm
Sweet the sound, crackling in the grate
Of firelight, welcoming and warm
But if you think it’s safe now,
If you feel at ease
Your safety’s hanging from a thread
Before you’re happy, having locked your doors at night
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Eleanor Mc Evoy

Billie Eilish.Finneas O’Connell -I Love You

Billie Eilish – I love you (Live At The Greek Theatre)

Eilish is actually her middle name. Before she was born, her parents, Maggie Baird and Patrick O’Connell, saw a documentary about conjoined Irish twins, Katie and Eilish Holton, and decided if they ever had a daughter, they wanted to name her Eilish. But when Maggie was pregnant, her father, Bill, passed away, so they named her Billie after him instead. Meanwhile, Finneas, who was four, insisted on calling her “Pirate,” and that stuck, too. And thus, her full name: Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell.

Published on Aug 12, 2019

Listen to “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”, out now: http://smarturl.it/BILLIEALBUM