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"Give Ireland Back to the Irish" is the debut single by the British–American rock band Wings that was released in February 1972. It was written by Paul McCartney and his wife Linda in response to the events of Bloody Sunday, on 30 January that year, when British troops in Northern Ireland shot dead thirteen civil rights protestors. Keen to voice their outrage at the killings, Wings recorded the track two days later at Abbey Road Studios in London. It was the band's first song to include Northern Irish guitarist Henry McCullough.

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  • アイルランドに平和を
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  • «Give Ireland Back to the Irish» es una canción del músico británico Paul McCartney publicada como el primer sencillo del nuevo grupo de McCartney, Wings, el 19 de febrero de 1972.
  • Give Ireland Back to the Irish est une chanson des Wings sorti en single en 1972.
  • Give Ireland Back to the Irish è una canzone di Paul McCartney, scritta in risposta ai drammatici eventi in Irlanda del Nord della "domenica di sangue", nota come Bloody Sunday, del 30 gennaio 1972, quando 14 civili vennero trucidati dalle truppe britanniche durante una manifestazione per i diritti civili. Si tratta di una delle rare "canzoni di protesta" di McCartney.
  • 「アイルランドに平和を」(原題:Give Ireland Back to the Irish)は、1972年にウイングスが発表した楽曲、及び同曲を収録したシングル。ウイングス初のシングルとして、同年2月25日に発売された。
  • "Give Ireland Back to the Irish" is the debut single by the British–American rock band Wings that was released in February 1972. It was written by Paul McCartney and his wife Linda in response to the events of Bloody Sunday, on 30 January that year, when British troops in Northern Ireland shot dead thirteen civil rights protestors. Keen to voice their outrage at the killings, Wings recorded the track two days later at Abbey Road Studios in London. It was the band's first song to include Northern Irish guitarist Henry McCullough.
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