“I Love Old Ireland Still”


The singer wants to see "old Ireland once more free." Ireland would prosper if allowed "the wealth that lies beneath her soil." "Let friends all turn against me, let foes say what they will, My heart is with my country, I love old Ireland still."


Broadside Bodleian, Harding B 11(4009): "Written, composed, and sung with tremendous success by J.H. Woodhouse." - BS


  • Bodleian, Harding B 11(4009), "I Love Old Ireland Still", Howard & Co (London), n.d.


  1. O'Conor, p. 131, "I Love Old Ireland Still" (1 text)
  2. BI, OCon131


Author: probably J.H. Woodhouse (per broadside Bodleian Harding B 11(4009)
Earliest date: 1901 (O'Conor)