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  • I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
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  • "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1875. In spite of its American origins, it is known and revered as an Irish ballad. In "Welcome Back, Carter", Roginald sings a version of the melody to woo Barbara Pewterschmidt when she thinks Carter has been killed while in battle. When they separate later when Carter is exposed for cheating on Barbara by Peter Griffin, Roginald again sings while trying to win Barbara's heart.
  • This song was written by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1875. Although an American song, it is mostly known as an Irish ballad (it was based loosely on the Irish folk song "Blow Out the Candle"). The song was performed by many artists, including Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby.
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  • I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
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  • Listen to Kevin Riley
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  • I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen.ogg
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  • "Welcome Back, Carter"
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  • "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1875. In spite of its American origins, it is known and revered as an Irish ballad. In "Welcome Back, Carter", Roginald sings a version of the melody to woo Barbara Pewterschmidt when she thinks Carter has been killed while in battle. When they separate later when Carter is exposed for cheating on Barbara by Peter Griffin, Roginald again sings while trying to win Barbara's heart.
  • This song was written by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1875. Although an American song, it is mostly known as an Irish ballad (it was based loosely on the Irish folk song "Blow Out the Candle"). The song was performed by many artists, including Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby. In the final draft script of "The Naked Time", the song to be sung by Kevin Riley was not only stipulated to be "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" but it was also noted that that song was public domain. The script went on to say, "Riley should not be one hundred percent accurate with his version of the lyrics... la la la some portions of lines... and he knows at least the major part of all the stanzas of the song. Later, often coming to the end, and for the sake of story accent, he pauses... shouts a lusty 'One more time'... and begins again... and again... as often as is necessary. Additionally, he is no singer... should hold the pitch but not much more... should overdo the emotional passages and be none too accurate in matching the feelings of the lyric to his interpretation of it. This is A CAPELLA... NO MUSIC SUPPORT PLEASE."
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