Interesting Facts about the Shule Agra
“Shule Agra” the Irish folk song, is according to Stan Hugill the song related to “Clear The Track Let The Bulgine Run” by a similar melody.
The source of this sea shanty
The music: “Shanties from the Seven Seas” by Stan Hugill (1st ed: p 347).
The lyrics: “Shanties from the Seven Seas” by Stan Hugill (1st ed: p 347).
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The musical notation
The full lyrics
My Johnny he has gone across the sea,
He’s left me wid a wee babie,
An’ whin he cames back he might wed me,
Oh, my Johnny has gone for a soldier –
Shu-le, shu-le, shu-le, shu-le agra,
Sure, ah, sure, an’ he loves me,
And when he comes back he’ll marry me,
Oh my Johnny has gone for a soldier.