Top Paddy Goes To Holyhead Albums
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Acoustic Nights (feat. Mark Patrick)
Acoustic Nights (feat. Mark Patrick)
[2004]
Red-Letter Days (feat. Mark Patrick)
Red-Letter Days (feat. Mark Patrick)
[2002]
Johnny lyricsWhiskey When I'm Dry lyricsOn Angel's Wings lyricsTurn Me Down lyricsBenga lyricsCome Day Go Day lyricsWe Stand Together lyricsThe Great Song Of Whiskey lyricsWho I Am lyricsCivil War lyricsThe Raggle Taggle Gipsies lyricsThe Banks Of Australia lyricsI Hate London lyricsFare Thee Well Enniskillen lyricsLady From Athina lyricsSet The Sail lyricsMary lyricsLet The Young lyricsCelebrate lyricsA Last Song lyricsBack O' The Northwind lyricsReal Ould Mountain Dew lyricsRainy Days lyricsMairi's Wedding lyricsBotany Bay lyricsMurshin Durkin lyricsThe Traveller lyricsJock Stuart lyricsKitiara lyricsA Day On The Run lyricsHere We Go lyricsFiddler On The Rooftop lyricsTake Me Home Tonight lyricsYe Jacobites By Name lyricsThe Japanese Rock 'n Roll-band lyricsThe House Of The Rising Sun Part I lyricsThe Oak & The Ash lyricsWhiskey In The Jar lyricsRed Rasta lyricsIndustrial People lyricsShirinovski lyricsJohnnie Cope lyricsSeldom Sober lyricsThe Rhythm lyricsPiano Man lyricsTales Of Never Ending Days lyricsDone 4 You lyricsDesiree lyricsDead And Gone lyricsCome Out Ye Black & Tans lyricsCornerstone lyricsDoolin lyricsCrooked Jack lyricsThe Titanic lyricsLove Song No. 90 lyricsJohnny Went To The War lyricsMy Belfast lyricsFill My Glass lyricsWhiskey For The Roadies lyricsHobo Train lyricsThe Troubadour lyricsWintertime lyricsFly Like A Seagull lyricsThe Annie B. lyricsHere's To The People lyricsLeaving Of Liverpool lyricsThe Dragon lyricsStarry Eyed lyricsLittle Boy lyricsThe Gipsies' Wedding Day lyricsSave My Soul lyricsFar Away lyricsUla Drake lyricsVincent lyricsThe Klabautermann lyrics
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Related Information for Paddy Goes To HolyheadPaddy Goes To Holyhead (also PGTH or Paddies) are a German Folk-Rock band from Darmstadt (Germany) founded by Paddy Schmidt in 1988.The band’s name not only is inspired by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, but also refers to the so-called “paddies”, a term once used for Irish emigrants, as well as the Welsh seaport Holyhead which had been an important transit station for many Irish emigrants. read more