drinks votes are in.
Last week, with a tipsy €25 Golden Discs voucher on offer, I asked you to name your favourite drinking song.
You answered in your belligerent tens.
But there could be only winner.
I Wish I Was Still Drinking by Colin Hay
Mr P writes:
Usually when you hear a song that reminisces about bygone drinking days, it is often a song of regret and remorse, not this one!
Limerick You’re A Lady by Sharyn Ward
Italia 90 writes:
I first heard this song in O’Sullivan’s in Crookhaven [County Cork] back in the summer of ’92 sung by the lovely Ann (one of the five Anns/Annes who used to comment on here regularly?) and to this day, it’s still my favourite pub song. Take it away Sharyn Ward! Can I also give a shameless plug to my godson in NY…
A Pair Of Brown Eyes by The Pogues
Otis Blue writes;
‘And the arms and legs of other men were scattered all around. Some cursed, some prayed, some prayed then cursed…’. It should be the National Anthem.
Nick says: Thanks all. Hic.
Last week: Win Nick’s Voucher