Uno degli spezzoni dei Simpson che più mi hanno fatto ridere viene dall’episodio 9 della 14esima stagione. Marge, traumatizzata da una rapina, diventa agorafobica e la famiglia, come al solito, è unita per la soluzione del problema. Homer, però, si sa… è bravo a peggiorare le cose :D
This is one of the first song I was attracted by when I came to Ireland. By chance, the day before yesterday the bus driver played it during a journey to the Cliffs of Moher and I could be able to ask for its title.
Lovely happy song to remember the times of the revolution and also to sing along drinking in a pub lifting up the jars.
(Chorus) We’re on the one road Sharing the one load We’re on the road to God knows where We’re on the one road It may be the wrong road But we’re together now who cares North men, South men, comrades all Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Donegal We’re on the one road swinging along Singing a soldier’s song
Though we’ve had our troubles now and then Now is the time to make them up again Sure aren’t we all Irish anyhow Now is the time to step together now
Tinker, tailor, every mother’s son Butcher, baker shouldering his gun Rich man, poor man, every man in line All together just like Old Land Syne
Night is darkest just before the dawn From dissention Ireland is reborn Soon we’ll all be United Irishmen Make our land a Nation Once Again