The Parting Glass

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  • Watch the video for The Parting Glass from Celtic Woman's Emerald: Musical Gems for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  • "The Parting Glass" is a lovely, emotional film about love, loss, isolation, and family ties. You follow an Irish-American family's journey through the sudden loss of their youngest sister, played against the bleak landscape of wintry Missouri.
  • "The Parting Glass" is a traditional Irish and Scottish song. It is usually sung at the end of a gathering of friends or a party as a final toast to a departing guest.
  • Welcome to The Parting Glass! We are located at Lake Ave, Saratoga Springs, NY Our phone number is We look forward to seeing you soon!
  • "The Parting Glass" is one of the most popular Irish folk songs (though there is some debate about whether the song is originally Irish or Scottish). The beloved song has been recorded by various singers over the years, who have each brought their own style while crooning lyrics, which tell the story of a bittersweet goodbye.
  • Of all the money that e'er I spent I've spent it in good company And all the harm that ever I did Alas it was to none but me And all I've done for want of wit To memory now I can't recall So fill to me the parting glass Good night and joy be with you all If I had money enough to spend And leisure to sit awhile There is a fair maid in the town.
  • [Intro] Em C G D [Verse 1] Em C G D Of all the money that e'er I seen Em C G D I've spent it in good company Em C G D And all the harm that e'er I've done Em Em Em Em Alas, it was to none bu.
  • Traditional Irish, Cara Dillon, Ed Sheeran and 3 more Browse our 9 arrangements of "The Parting Glass." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 4 others with 11 scorings and 2 notations in 14 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere.

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