She’s Bitchin Again.

She’s Bitchin Again.

Lyrics and Vocals: American stand-up comedian, actor, country music artist and songwriter, Rodney Carrington.

She’s Bitchin Again.


There she goes, bitching again,
Saying things she’s heard from all her friends,
And it don’t matter what I do or where the hell I’ve been.
There she goes, bitching again.

I could make a million dollars, I could put it in her purse,
Buy her a big ol’ mansion and things would just get worse.
I could lasso her the moon and throw it in with all her stuff,
And she’d want to know where Neptune was,
Cause the moon ain’t good enough.

[Repeat Chorus]

I could’ve painted the Sistine Chapel.
I could’ve won a nobel prize.
Built the Great Wall there in China,
And that’d be nothing in her eyes.
I could’ve wrote the whole dang Bible and read it to her twice,
And she’d want to know why the yard, ain’t mowed,
And the fridge don’t make no ice.

There she goes and she’s bitching again,
Saying things she’s heard from all her friends,
And it don’t matter what I do or where the hell I’ve been.
Oh, here she comes and there she goes, bitching again.
And she’s bitching again.



Brú Ború Cashel – 34th Summer Season Begins.

The 34th Brú Ború Summer Season will commence on Wednesday next, July 10th, and will continue until late August on each Wednesday and Thursday night, starting at 8:30pm.
This much-acclaimed show of Irish traditional entertainment has over the years attracted thousands of fans from all over Ireland and many tourists from abroad.

The show is a creative, fast-moving and innovative mixture of world-class talent from various parts of Ireland.

The originator and producer Úna Ó Murchú, a native of County Clare, says: “The talent now available through the work of Comhaltas at home and abroad provides a rich reservoir from which to select the Brú Ború team. The show has evolved through vision and experience over the years and the performers are a credit to Ireland”.

These include ace-accordionist Bobby Gardiner, latter who taught a Clare set to King Charles and Queen Camilla when they both visited Brú Ború as Prince and Princess.

Harpist Mary Kelly played for the Queen of England when she visited the Rock of Cashel and also in Leinster House for the 100th anniversary of Seanad Éireann.

Tadhg Maher is a well-known traditional singer who has performed worldwide. He is remembered for his farewell ballad at the burial of Vol. Paddy Maher, one of the “Forgotten Ten”, when his remains were brought back from Mountjoy Jail to his native place of Ballylanders.

The music ensemble is a fine blend of veteran and young performers where harp, uilleann pipes, fiddles, accordion, melodeon, mouthorgan, bodhráns, concertinas and flutes – in the hands of the maestros – combine to produce the unique Brú Ború sound.

The dancers, with their exciting routines, have won the hearts of all who experienced their performance at different locations.

The Brú Ború performing group have, during their 34 year history, brought the cultural traditions of Ireland to many parts of the world.
They represented Ireland at five World Expos, performed on the Great Wall of China and accompanied President Mary McAleese to perform for the Sultan of Oman.
When they performed on the Late Late Show Gay Byrne described them as ‘the best in the business’.

There are special rates for groups and pre-show dinner can also be booked in advance. Contact Tel.No. 062 61122 or


We Had It All.

We Had It All.

Lyrics: Written by American singer, songwriter, and guitarist Troy Seals and the late American session musician, keyboardist and songwriter Donnie Ray Fritts.
Vocals: American recording artist and twice Grammy Award winner Ms Rita Coolidge.

We had it all.

I can hear the wind blowing in my mind,
Just the way it used to sound,
Through the Georgia pines,
And you were there to answer when I called,
You and me we had it all.
Remember how I used to touch your hair?
While reaching for the feeling,
That was always there.
You were the best thing in my life I recall,
You and me, Lord knows we had it all.
Know I can’t re-live those times again,
So I just let my dreams take me back,
To where we’ve been.
I’ll stay right there with you just as long as I can,
Oh it was so good, yes it was so good,
Oh it was so good when your were my man.
I’ll never stop believing in your smile,
Even though you didn’t stay,
It was all worthwhile.
You were the best thing in my life I recall,
You and me, Lord knows we had it all.
Oh yes, you and me we had it all.
You and me we had it all.



Tomorrow FREE ENTRY To Many Of Ireland’s OPW Heritage sites!

Tomorrow July 3rd is the first Wednesday of this current month, which means FREE ENTRY to many of our OPW Heritage sites!

So why not plan a visit to uncover some of the historical treasures sitting right on your own doorstep?

For a full list of OPW site opening times, terms and conditions, visit HERE.

Explore, learn, and enjoy Tipperary’s rich heritage tomorrow at Cahir Castle; – Swiss Cottage; – Ormond Castle Roscrea Castle Gardens and Damer House/Black Mills – and all for free.


Tipp Minors Are All Ireland Champions After Epic Tussle With Cats.

Tipperary are the Electric Ireland Minor Hurling Champions after a pulsating contest with neighbours Kilkenny. A Billy O’Brien goal four minutes from the end of Extra Time sealed an improbable win after Tipperary had been reduced to 13 men, just before the 20 minute mark.

Team Captain Cathal O’Reilly (Holycross-Ballycahill) flanked by his teammates.
Pic: G. Willoughby.

The Tipperary management team composed themselves at half time, helped by a fortuitous Eoghan Doughan goal straight from a 65 just before the break, and hatched one of the all-time defiant Tipperary hurling performances. The performance of these brave 13 youngsters blended the tough defending, associated with previous Tipperary teams of the 1950s and 1960s, and the attacking style and panache of more recent Tipperary teams.

It would be unfair to single out any one player after this brilliant team performance, so would like to give huge praise to all our local players, and the time, energy, and coaching invested in them by their families, local GAA clubs and schools – players representing Durlas Og, Holycross Ballycahill GAA, Moycarkey Borris GAA, Thurles CBS and Coláiste Mhuire Co-Ed (and previously Scoil Ailbhe, Gaelscoil Bhríde, St Michaels NS Holycross primary schools).

Despite the unseasonal cold, a massive crowd await the arrival home of the victorious Tipp Minors unto the steps of Thurles Cathedral, just before midnight last night.
Pic: G. Willoughby.

The honour of Captaining the team, and the recipient of the Irish Press Cup from Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, Jarlath Burns, was Cathal O’Reilly (Holycross-Ballycahill GAA) who provided towering leadership from the heart of the defence to this special group of players.

On a day when our Senior Camogie team also had a victory over Kilkenny in the All Ireland, the performance of these young players has lifted the morale of the Tipperary hurling public and points to some green shoots ahead.