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* CoveredUp: "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is originally by Music/EricBogle, but The Pogues version is much, much better known. The most obvious hint they didn't write it is that it's about the Australian experience during WWI, while the Pogues are mostly interested in the Irish experience anywhere at all.
** Bogle's version is better known in Australia.

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* CoveredUp: CoveredUp:
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"And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is originally by Music/EricBogle, but The Pogues version is much, much better known. The most obvious hint they didn't write it is that it's about the Australian experience during WWI, while the Pogues are mostly interested in the Irish experience anywhere at all.
** *** Bogle's version is better known in Australia.Australia.
** "Dirty Old Town" as well.
-->'''Cait O'Riordan:''' In all the thousand times Iíve heard people play this song since 1986 Iíve never heard anyone ''not'' play it in our arrangement.


** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out. Shane MacGowan [[https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/music/music-news/not-all-characters-in-songs-and-stories-are-angels-shane-macgowan-responds-to-fairytale-controversy-37603661.html defends it]] on the grounds that the song is sung from the view of a bigoted LowerClassLout who is supposed to come across as homophobic.

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** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out. Shane MacGowan [=MacGowan=] [[https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/music/music-news/not-all-characters-in-songs-and-stories-are-angels-shane-macgowan-responds-to-fairytale-controversy-37603661.html defends it]] on the grounds that the song is sung from the view of a bigoted LowerClassLout who is supposed to come across as homophobic.


** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out.

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** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out. Shane MacGowan [[https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/music/music-news/not-all-characters-in-songs-and-stories-are-angels-shane-macgowan-responds-to-fairytale-controversy-37603661.html defends it]] on the grounds that the song is sung from the view of a bigoted LowerClassLout who is supposed to come across as homophobic.


* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Possible TearJerker, but this verse from ''Body Of An American.''
--> "This morning on the harbour, when I said goodbye to you
--> I remember how I swore that I'd come back to you one day

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: Possible TearJerker, but this verse from ''Body Of An American.''
--> "This morning on the harbour, when I said goodbye to you
-->
you\\
I remember how I swore that I'd come back to you one day



** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out.

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** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out.out.
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** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot".

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** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot"."faggot", to the point where some radio stations now edit that word out.


* ValuesDissonance: "The Old Main Drag" contains a transphobic slur, which would be unthinkable in TheNewTens.

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* ValuesDissonance: ValuesDissonance:
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"The Old Main Drag" contains a transphobic slur, which would be unthinkable in TheNewTens.TheNewTens.
** "Fairytale Of New York" has attracted a lot of criticism for the use of the word "faggot".


* CoveredUp: "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is originally by EricBogle, but The Pogues version is much, much better known. The most obvious hint they didn't write it is that it's about the Australian experience during WWI, while the Pogues are mostly interested in the Irish experience anywhere at all.

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* CoveredUp: "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is originally by EricBogle, Music/EricBogle, but The Pogues version is much, much better known. The most obvious hint they didn't write it is that it's about the Australian experience during WWI, while the Pogues are mostly interested in the Irish experience anywhere at all.all.
** Bogle's version is better known in Australia.


* ValuesDissonance: "The Old Main Drag" contains a transphobic slur.

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* ValuesDissonance: "The Old Main Drag" contains a transphobic slur.slur, which would be unthinkable in TheNewTens.


* TearJerker: "Fairytale Of New York", "And The Band Played Waltzing Mathilda", "The Old Main Drag", "Thousands Are Sailing", "A Pair Of Brown Eyes"... take your pick.

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* TearJerker: "Fairytale Of New York", "And The Band Played Waltzing Mathilda", "The Old Main Drag", "Thousands Are Sailing", "A Pair Of Brown Eyes"... take your pick.pick.
* ValuesDissonance: "The Old Main Drag" contains a transphobic slur.


* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Possible TearJerker, but this verse from Body Of An American.

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Possible TearJerker, but this verse from Body ''Body Of An American.''


--> "This morning on the harbour/When I said goodbye to you
--> I remember how I swore/That I'd come back to you one day
--> And as the sunset came to meet/The evening on the hill
--> I told you I'd always love you/I always did and I always will"

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--> "This morning on the harbour/When harbour, when I said goodbye to you
--> I remember how I swore/That swore that I'd come back to you one day
--> And as the sunset came to meet/The meet the evening on the hill
--> I told you I'd always love you/I you; I always did and I always will"

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Possible TearJerker, but this verse from Body Of An American.
--> "This morning on the harbour/When I said goodbye to you
--> I remember how I swore/That I'd come back to you one day
--> And as the sunset came to meet/The evening on the hill
--> I told you I'd always love you/I always did and I always will"


* HeyItsThatGuy: [[TheresSomethingAboutMary Matt]] [[Film/WildThings Dillon]] plays the cop who arrests Shane's character in the "Fairytale of New York" music video.


* HeyItsThatGuy: [[TheresSomethingAboutMary Matt]] [[WildThings Dillon]] plays the cop who arrests Shane's character in the "Fairytale of New York" music video.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: [[TheresSomethingAboutMary Matt]] [[WildThings [[Film/WildThings Dillon]] plays the cop who arrests Shane's character in the "Fairytale of New York" music video.

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* CoveredUp: "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is originally by EricBogle, but The Pogues version is much, much better known. The most obvious hint they didn't write it is that it's about the Australian experience during WWI, while the Pogues are mostly interested in the Irish experience anywhere at all.

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