Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms videos

The world famous Irish tenor John McCormack recorded this version of Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms in 1911. The style is clearly of its time but McCormack’s wonderful voice still shines through.

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David Solomons recorded this version of Believe Me in 1987. The video features pictures from an early copy of Thomas Moore’s Irish Melodies.

Canadian singer Allison Crowe recorded Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms on her Secrets album. Sometimes, as here, she performs the song unaccompanied as an encore at her concerts.

Joni James recorded a version on her album, Joni Sings Irish Favourites.

Shirley Temple recorded this sugar coated version for the film The Little Rebel in 1935.

And finally as a brief cameo appearance, the opening bars of Believe Me If All Your Endearing Young Charms appears as the opening few bars to Come On Eileen, the huge hit song for the British pop band Dexys Midnight Runners.

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