Not sure if this will help but Kevin Doherty has a contact page on his
website. You could ask him directly.
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Behalf Of Don Schuirmann
Sent: 17 June 2009 14:03
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Subject: song question: Maybe Tonight (Kevin Doherty)
I posted this question on Mudcat, but was met with resounding silence, so I
thought I would try here.
The question is about a word in Kevin Doherty's song "Maybe Tonight", which
was recorded on the Four Men and a Dog CD of the same name.
There is a part of the song that goes:
The trouble with a seaside town,
strangers all come around.
The minute they light on the ground
they let all the ladies down,
let them all down
with their [???????]
and their promises.
To my ears, it sounds like the missing word is "bronians". That wouldn't
to make any sense, unless it's an Irish or other East-of-the-pond word that
unfamiliar to this clueless Yank.
IRTRAD relevance: I know this is a contemporary song, and so violates
the "trad" part of IRTRAD, but it is by an Irish singer and group.
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