Rebel Songbook S
Set Ireland Free
Sad Song For Susan
St.Brendan's Voyage
SAM Song
Sarah Curran
Say Hello To The Provos
Sea Around Us,The
Seamus Costello
Sean South Of Garryowen
Sean Treacy
Sean Bhean Bhocht
Set Ireland Free
Shall My Soul Pass Through Old Ireland?
Skipping Rhymes
Smashing Of The Van(Glasgow)
Smashing Of The Van(Manchester)
Sniper's Promise
Soldiers Of '22
Something Inside So Strong
Song For Marcella
Song For The Brave
Song Of The Irish Brigade
Starry Plough,The
Stuff Yer Decommission
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Surrounded By Water

Set Ireland Free

We read in history pages
Of the heroes of great fame.
The deeds they done and battles won
And how they made their name.
But the boys who wrote the history
Of the Orange, White and Green,
Are the boys who died in Dublin town in 1916.

There were some boys from Kerry,
Some boys from County Clare.
From Carlow, Wexford, Donegal,
And boys from old Kildare.
Some boys came from America,
From Boston and New York.
But the boys who bate the Black 'n' Tans
Were the boys from County Cork

We seem to be divided but I really don't know why.
We had brave men and heroes, and for Ireland they did die.
Now why not get together and join in unity,
The North, the South, the East and West
Will set old Ireland free.

From Cork came brave McSweeney,
A hero he did die.
From Wicklow came Paul Brady
In days so long gone by.
And Dublin gave us Padraic Pearse,
McBride and Cathal Brugha.
De Valera from America
Had to lead our country through.