PitBull go to the first post on here and click on the blue writing...yo hear the song.
thanks for that charlie i heard it, FGAU i love the song its a different version same words always gives me a wee tingle, no surrender i play that yin in my van driving tae work and another yin about the british soldier who dived on the bomb to save the kids it was a true story, and they sang there rebel songs and cheered when he was being taked away in the ambulance begs to believe eh? and londonderry on the foyle, theres one i had on cd but lent it out and never saw the geezer again, similar song about a young soldier dying never to see his maiden city londonderry londonderry on the foyle.
Jackie it has logged of and I am finding it difficult to reload it again without it showing all the other videos of modern day UVF, UDA and IRA propoganda videos which I don't think are appropriate for these boards. I will try and find a way of putting the original video of 'An Englishman's Betrayal' back on for you to view.
They, looking back , all th' Eastern side beheld.Of Paradise, so late their happy seat.
'There's a good time coming, though we may never live to see it'.
huv ye got the original badge with the red hand and shamrocks of the 36th, i,ve a photo if ye want it.
Do you mean these two PitBull...I bought them years ago and had several of the Shamrock and Red Hand one but my son kept stealing them and giving them away to his pals at school. I got the cap badge - known as a Dixie - for a couple of quid in a wee junk/book shop in Whitchurch in Shropshire ...these two are selling on e-Bay just now with a price of £40.00 on them with a few hours to go.