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Dave King -- Vocals, Guitar
Bridget Regan -- Violin
Dennis Casey -- Electric Guitar
Matt Hensley -- Accordian
Nathen Maxwell -- Bass
Bob Schmidt -- Mandolin
George Schwindt -- Drums

"Hello, Partland!" Flogging Molly's Dave King howled in his
Irish brogue. "We're packed up ‘ere like a tin of fuckin'
sardines!" He wasn't kidding. Kell's, styled after an Irish
pub, had a stage fit for a quartet at best, but was forced
to cope with the foot-stomping rush of the Irish folk-punk
whirlwind packed upon it anyway. At times, eight people
crammed More...




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NOT Flogging Molly!!! | Reviewer: Sean
    ------ About the song Seven Drunken Nights performed by Flogging Molly

Reviewer "Ian" is correct. Flogging Molly does not do this song. They do have a song "The Seven Deadly Sins" which is completely unrelated. The Dubliners did the best known version of the song.

Chamber Pot Stetson | Reviewer: Bob Schuky
    ------ About the song Seven Drunken Nights performed by Flogging Molly

As I came home on a Saturday night as drunk as drunk could be
I spied a hat upon the rack where my old hat should be
I called to the wife and I said to her, "Would you kindly tell to me who owns that hat upon the rack where my old hat should be?"
Well, you're drunk, you're drunk, you silly old fool
Until you cannot see
That's a Chamber Pot that my mother sent to me
Well, it's many the day I've travelled a hundred miles or more
But a John B. Stetson Chamber Pot, well, I never saw before

Seventh verse | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Seven Drunken Nights performed by Flogging Molly

In a folk singing group years back, we heard a different seventh verse:

When I came home on a Sunday night, as drunk as drunk could be, I spied a pole inside the hole where my own pole should be. so I called me wife and I said to her, will you kindly tell to me, who owns the pole inside the hole where my own pole should be.
Ah, you drunken sot, you silly old fool, and sure you cannot see,
That's a lovely broomstick me mither sent to me.
Well many's the day I've traveled a hundred miles or more,
but a boomstick with two b...s on it, I've never seen before.

awesome | Reviewer: Nate
    ------ About the song Devil's Dance Floor performed by Flogging Molly

i did this song for my job corps talent show, and had a standing ovation from people that said they hated "my kinda music" kinda funny how an amature can get other people interested in it lol.

?? | Reviewer: April
    ------ About the song Drunken Lullabies performed by Flogging Molly

So everyone agrees that the song is great, but can anyone tell me what they're even singing about? There is some obvious mention of Jesus Christ in here, but I can't figure out what is meant by any of these lyrics. Help? Thanks.

Great song - but funny??? | Reviewer: Nick
    ------ About the song Drunken Lullabies performed by Flogging Molly

Not the most original band I've ever heard - they owe a lot to the Pogues (ever heard Streams of Whiskey?). But this is a great song nonetheless. I don't really see how you could label it funny, seeing as it's about the troubles and people killing each other for no good reason, but it is definitely fun to listen to and play, especially after a few beers. Saw them play this live recently and it was brilliant.

Love it | Reviewer: Jenny
    ------ About the song Seven Deadly Sins performed by Flogging Molly

I loved you the first time i heard ya
I still love the sound
for a band that was to be bigger i hope and pray that you find the way and this song i hope gets ya there
way to go Flogging Molly to bad it was not in the 1990 but better now then never

amazing song | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Punch Drunk Grinning Soul performed by Flogging Molly

When the flogging molly wrote lyrics for this album and become serious and darker, this song is a big example. the lyrics are pure poetic genius like "Release unlock this prison door it can't hold me anymore." I still don't know how some people never like this album. then again I don't get the idiots who said flogging molly haven't show musicial growth. His lyrics are like a Irish rebel writer or poet.

amazing song | Reviewer: cooper
    ------ About the song Whistles Of The Wind performed by Flogging Molly

i fell in love with flogging molly when i heard devils dance floor, but i love the slow stuff too. this is a beautiful song. and i agree with james; it makes great drinking music with a whole bunch of random people at 2 in the morning.

wat | Reviewer: JLew
    ------ About the song Us Of Lesser Gods performed by Flogging Molly

It's not about gods at all, really. It's obviously a metaphor for the condition of life for people less fortunate and how people of "lesser" standing in life (be it poor, uneducated, low-paying jobs, etc.) can work harder and use their hearts to persist....noob.


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