“The Orangeman's Apology”


"I am a loyal Orangeman, in this I take delight, Though long before I firmly swore to those who did unite." Green being out of date, the singer calls the Pope a hog and swears what he's told. "For it's my rule, and I'm no fool, who's miller, I'll be dog"


  1. Moylan 49, "The Orangeman's Apology for Quitting the Croppies and Turning Loyalist" (1 text)
  2. BI, Moyl049


Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1809 (Cox's _Irish Magazine_, according to Moylan)