9 thoughts on “ P.F.B. (Phil The Fluters Ball) ”

  1. Mar 13,  · P.F.B. (Phil the Fluter's Ball) The Flee-Rekkers. From the Album The Joe Meek EP Collection March 13, $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy .
  2. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises P.F.B. (Phil the Fluter's Ball) · The Flee-Rekkers Joe Meek's Fabulous Flee-Rekkers ℗ Vintage Masters Inc.
  3. Mar 01,  · P.F.B. (Phil the Fluter's Ball), a song by The Flee-Rekkers on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics bilttentmingpucteha.mohdawacospsazalamtisolanighmuk.co Duration: 2 min.
  4. Jun 10,  · Phil the Fluther’s Ball uses the same tune as Delaney’s Donkey by William Hargreaves. It was a big success when Percy French first performed it in the s and it remains popular today, having been recorded by several leading performs including .
  5. Have you heard of Phil the Fluther, of the town of Ballymuck? The times were going hard with him, in fact the man was broke. So he just sent out a notice to his neighbours, one an all As to how he'd like their company that evening at a ball/10(12).
  6. May 06,  · "Phil the Fluter's Ball" was written in his post-college years when he worked as a engineer in County Cavan, before he became a full-time songwriter and entertainer.
  7. At Phil the Fluter's ball. First little Mickey Mulligan, Got up to show them how, And then the widow Cafferty, Steps out and takes her bow, I'll dance you off your legs says she, As sure as you were born, If you'll only make the piper play, The Hare was in the Corn. So Phil plays up, To the best of his ability, The ladies and the gentlemen.
  8. Phil the Fluter's Ball lyrics and guitar chords Written by Percy French, Sang here by Brendan O'Dowda in the youtube video, also recorded by The Two Ronnies, Peter bilttentmingpucteha.mohdawacospsazalamtisolanighmuk.co sheet music notes are included. This song uses the same tune of Delaney's Donkey. Have you (G)heard of Phil the Fluther, of the (C)town of Bally(Bm)muck?
  9. Oh, hadn't we the gaiety at Phil the fluter's ball. Then Phil the fluter tipped a wink to little Crooked Pat, "I think it's nearly time," says he, "for passing 'round the hat." So Paddy passed the caubeen 'round and, looking mighty cute, Said, "You have to pay the piper when he tootles on the flute." All joined in with the greatest joviality.

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