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Billy Murray sings Harrigan Victor III Gramophone 1907

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Uploaded on Aug 22, 2008

Here is early 20th Century Best Selling Vocalist Billy Murray singing George M. Cohan's "Harrigan" from the musical "50 Miles from Boston". This original Victor "Grand Prize Record" 5197 is Played on Victor Type III Gramophone from the same era. Who is the man who will spend or will even lend? Harrigan, that's me! For I'm just as proud of my name, you see Harrigan, that's me! For I'm just as proud of my name, you see As an Emperor, Czar or a King could be Who is the man helps a man ev'ry time he can? Harrigan, that's me! H, A, double-R, I, G, A, N spells Harrigan Proud of all the Irish blood that's in me Divil' a man can say a word agin' me H, A, double-R, I, G, A, N you see Is a name that a shame never has been connected with Harrigan, that's me! Who is the man never stood for a gadabout? Harrigan, that's me! Who is the man that the town's simply mad about? Harrigan that's me! They ladies and babies are fond of me I'm fond of them, too, in return, you see Who is the gent that's deserving a monument? Harrigan, that's me! H, A, double-R, I, G, A, N spells "Harrigan" Proud of all the Irish blood that's in me Di-vil' a man can say a word agin' me H, A, double-R, I, G, A, N you see Is a name that a shame never has been connected with Harrigan, that's me!

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