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Mrs. McGrath
also called "Mrs. McGraw" and has one more synonym

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  1. an Irish folk song

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 21, 2009
  2. The song tells the story of a woman whose son enters the British Army, and returns seven years later having lost his legs to a cannonball fighting against Napoleon in the Peninsular War

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  3. The general theme of the song is one of opposition to war, the mother claiming that she would rather have her son as he was

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  4. also a song by the The Dubliners based on the tune of the original folk song

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  5. This version of the song tells the story of a country boy who goes to Dublin to college but fails due to spending all his money and time on women and drink Bruce Springsteen recorded a version of the song on his 2006 album, We Shall Overcome

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  6. The Seeger Sessions

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