Song: Funky Céilí
Artist: Black 47
Why I Like It: On Saturday I hope to go to a Corgi Fun Day in a local park. Yes, Tara, it is as you expect - a group of Pembroke Welsh Corgi owners getting together with their corgis. I actually named my first corgi after hearing this song - Claddagh's Sidhe Brigit, aka "Bridie." I loved this song because he also sings about the neighborhood where I grew up in the Bronx, which at the time was quite the Irish enclave. So here I am up on Bainbridge Avenue/Still in one piece but glad I'm alive.
BTW, unfortunately the entire song is not displayed here and I cannot find a clip in its entirety, but at the end, he tells his cushla to sell the Morris Minor and come over to New York, that he's got the biggest bed in his palace on Bainbridge Avenue, and that they can stay in it and make babies forever (which, given the location, would all be baptized where I was, in St. Brendan's Church, on Perry Avenue between Two-Sixth and Two-Seventh).
 Tara over at Loved Sinner loves and desperately wants a corgi.
 Or "corgyn", to use the proper Welsh plural.
 The local way of referring to 206th Street and 207th Street.