Drinking song
A German song interpreted by an Italian Brass comboA drinking song is a song sung while drinking alcohol. Most drinking songs are folk songs, and may be varied from person to person and region to re...
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Godiva's Hymn
"Godiva's Hymn", "Engineer's Hymn" or "Engineers' Drinking Song" is a traditional drinking song for engineers. It was originally created by the Army Corps of Engineers and is now often performed by ...
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
"When Johnny Comes Marching Home" (sometimes "When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again") is a popular song of the American Civil War that expressed people's longing for the return of their friends and re...
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Limerick (song)
The "Limerick" is a traditional humorous drinking song with many obscene verses. The tune usually used for sung limericks is traditionally "Cielito Lindo," with the words arranged in the form of a lim...
99 Bottles of Beer
"99 Bottles of Beer" is an anonymous United States folk song dating to the mid-20th century. It is a traditional song in both the United States and Canada. It is popular to sing on long trips, as it h...
Found a Peanut
"Found a Peanut" is a traditional song, often considered a children's song, in the United States, Australia, Canada and Israel. In Israel it is titled "I Swallowed a Peanut" (Balati Boten; בלעתי בוטן)...
The Monks of the Screw
The Monks of the Screw was the name of an Irish drinking club active in the period 1779-1789. It was also called the Order of St. Patrick. The "screw" referred to the corkscrew required to open a bott...
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Old Rosin the Beau
"Old Rosin the Beau" (or "Rosin the Bow") is an American folk song popular in the 19th century, probably of British or Irish origin, first published in Philadelphia during 1838.An earlier version, "Ro...
Gubben Noak
"Gubben Noak" (originally "Om gubben Noach och hans fru" or just "Gubben Noach", and since 1791 also "Fredmans sång n:o 35") is a traditional Swedish song, a drinking song and bible travesty written ...
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The Barley Mow
The Barley Mow (Roud 944) is a cumulative song celebrated in the traditions of the folk music of Ireland, England, and Scotland. William Chappell transcribed the lyrics in his two-volume work The Ball...
Monto (Take Her Up To Monto)
Monto (Take Her Up To Monto) is an Irish folk song, written in 1958 by George Desmond Hodnett, music critic of the Irish Times, and popularised by the Dubliners.
Well, if you've got a wing-o, Tak...
I Used to Work in Chicago
"I Used to Work in Chicago" is a drinking song. It was written by songwriter and entertainer Larry Vincent. The earliest printed date for the song is March 1945 in the underground mimeographed songbo...
Drink It Down
Drink It Down is a traditional American drinking song found in many variants. The drink varies from stanza to stanza but the common refrain is "Drink it down ! Drink it down !"In Charles Sam...
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Fathom the Bowl
"Fathom the Bowl" (Roud 880) is an English drinking song, probably dating from the nineteenth century.
With a "Come all ye" opening, the singer invites heroes to join him in praise of punch. There...
Cheers (Drink to That)
"Cheers (Drink to That)" is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna, from her fifth studio album, Loud (2010). The song impacted US mainstream and rhythmic radio on August 2, 2011, as th...
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Drobna drabnitsa
Drobna drabnitsa (Belarusian: «Дробна драбніца»; English: «Trifle of trifles») is a popular Belarusian drinking song. The literal translation of the title would be "trifle of trifles", but in ...
Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine
Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine is a 1964 compilation album by Capitol Records released after Dean Martin moved to Reprise Records. It collects several non-LP singles and album tracks recorded by Dean whi...
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Swimming Pools (Drank)
"Swimming Pools (Drank)" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Kendrick Lamar, released on July 31, 2012 as the lead single (second overall) from his major-label debut studio album good kid, ...
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Helan Går
Helan Går is a popular Swedish drinking song. Helan ("the whole") is an expression signifying the first (small) glass of spirit (commonly akvavit or vodka) in a series, and går means "goes (down)". Th...
Bevilo tutto
Bevilo tutto ("Drink it all", "Drink it up") is an Italian drinking song. A version is documented in I Nuovi Goliardi - Periodico mensuale di storia Trieste, in the 1880s.
Apart from the line "Se ...
One More Drink for the Four of Us
"One More Drink for the Four of Us" (aka "Glorious" or "Drunk Last Night") is a traditional drinking and marching song. It became popular during the First World War, and has been widely repurposed fo...
Charlie Mopps
"Beer, Beer, Beer", also titled "An Ode to Charlie Mopps - The Man Who Invented Beer" and "Charlie Mopps", is a folk song originating in the British Isles. The song is often performed as a drinking so...
The Juice of the Barley
"The Juice of the Barley" is a traditional Irish drinking song from around the mid-19th century. The Clancy Brothers, as well as several other bands have made recordings, and popular dance rendition...
In Heaven There Is No Beer
In Heaven There Is No Beer is a song about the existential pleasures of beer drinking. The title of the song is the reason to drink beer while you are still alive.The song in German is "Im Himmel gib...
Little Brown Jug (song)
"Little Brown Jug" is a song written in 1869 by Joseph Winner, originally published credited to "Eastburn" (Winner's middle name).It was originally a drinking song. It remained well known as a folk so...
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I Met a Whore in the Park
"I Met a Whore in the Park" (aka "Yo-Ho") is a traditional rugby song that is sung at drink ups after rugby games, or just at gatherings of different rugby teams or players. In traditional rugby song...
To Anacreon in Heaven
"The Anacreontic Song", also known by its incipit "To Anacreon In Heaven", was the official song of the Anacreontic Society, an 18th-century gentlemen's club of amateur musicians in London. The tune w...
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