Wild Colonial Boy

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  • The lyrics to the Wild Colonial Boy originated in Australia and were set to an old Irish tune. They vary in the different versions to be found across the world, but they all contain the same basic story of the outlaw who helped the poor and terrorised the rich in the early days of colonial Australia.
  • The Wild Colonial Boy. At the early age of sixteen years, He left his native home; And to Australia's sunny land He was inclined to roam. He robbed the rich, and he helped the poor He stabbed James MacEvoy. A terror to Australia was The Wild Colonial Boy. For two more years this daring youth Ran on his wild career, With a head that knew no danger.
  • Jan 13,  · Wild Colonial Boy – Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem - tab by wompton / [VERSE 1] C F G7 C There was a wild colonial boy, Jack Duggan was his name G /5(28).
  • The song The Wild Colonial Boy was written by [Traditional] and. It was covered by The Colonials, The Catalpa Singers, Leo McCaffrey with The Pride of Erin Ceili Band, Damien Leith and other artists.
  • There was a wild colonial boy, Jack Duggan was his name He was born and raised in Ireland in a place called Castlemaine He was his father's only son, his mother's pride and joy.
  • Wild Colonial Boy There was a wild colonial youth, Jack Doolan was his name Of poor but honest parents, he was born in Castlemaine He was his father's only hope, his mother's only joy.
  • Wild Colonial Boys book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. First published in This abridged version first published /5.
  • Or else you may turn outlaw, like the wild Colonial boy. One day as he was riding the mountain side along, A-listening to the little birds, their pleasant laughing song, Three mounted troopers rode along—Kelly, Davis, and FitzRoy. They thought that they would capture him—the wild Colonial boy.

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