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Fare Of Eire
Sylvia Syms
"English Muffins And Irish Stew"
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The Irish Rovers
"Lily The Pink"
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Here are two rather obscure tunes to add to your St. Patrick's Day playlist:

"Lily The Pink" by The Irish Rovers was a #113 "Bubbling Under the Hot 100" hit in 1969. This Irish-born folk band was actually formed in Canada and were best known for their Top 10 hit in 1968 "The Unicorn."

"English Muffins And Irish Stew" by Sylvia Syms was a #21 hit in 1956. Born in Brooklyn, she was dubbed the "world's greatest saloon singer" by Frank Sinatra. Her biggest chart hit was a #20 hit, also in 1956, "I Could Have Danced All Night" from the musical The King And I.

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