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The original members were sent to a British regiment, the 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at Wuppertal, where they were given preliminary training by Irish pipers and drummers. Today units of the 7th Cavalry still use Bagpipers. As they march and play, we think of all of those glorious memories of the past.

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It became the Official Song of the 1st Cavalry Division in The visit to New York City was a tremendous welcome from the public, press and police. We are the boys who take delight in smashing Limerick lamps at night, and through the street like sportsters fight, tearing all before us. There was a special set of lyrics written for the 7th Cavalry Regiment in For those special Troopers of the 7th:.

From sixty-six on down. Then hurrah for our brave commanders! Who led us into the fight.

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Theodore Roosevelt considered it "the greatest fighting tune in the world. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Let Bacchus' sons be not dismayed But join with me, each jovial blade Come, drink and sing and lend your aid To help me with the chorus: chorus: Instead of spa, we'll drink brown ale And pay the reckoning on the nail; No man for debt shall go to jail From Garryowen in glory. We'll beat the bailiffs out of fun, We'll make the mayor and sheriffs run We are the boys no man dares dun If he regards a whole skin. Our hearts so stout have got no fame For soon 'tis known from whence we came Where'er we go they fear the name Of Garryowen in glory.

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Languages Euskara Italiano Edit links. Our national anthem had many parodies during its transition from Anachreon in Heaven to the Star Spangled Banner , and Yankee Doodle also had countless word sets, even during the American Revolution: eg: Battle of the Kegs and Cornwallis' Country Dance.

Garryowen was no different. In , a military unit that later became the 69th Regiment of the New York State Militia now an active National Guard unit selected the tune as their official marching song. It wasn't until the U.

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Any time there is a cinematic or television portrayal of Custer's Last Stand, this tune always plays in the background. The evolution never ceases. In , the Chief Musician of the 7th Cavalry, J. Brockenshire, wrote another set of lyrics for the tune that begins with:. Over the course of my many years as a fifer and musical historian I have heard endless debates and bickering by musicians whom I call "note-nazis" about how a tune "was played back then.

They endlessly debate as to the "correct" lyrics to a tune.