obriens148 Garryowen: Duet

The name "Garryowen" is derived from the Gaelic where it means Owen's garden, a region of the city of Limerick. It was popular with Irish immigrants in America in the 1800s and was one of Custer's favorite marching songs. In fact, this was last song played by the regiment band when Custer and his men rode into history.

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