Oh for the good old times!”, Óró Sé do Bheatha ‘Bhaile is called in Stanford-Petrie an “ancient clan march”: and it is set in the Major, with many accidentals, but another setting is given in the Minor.
Oro, se do bheatha 'bhaile!
It was a march tune, as he calls it: but the MARCH was home to the husband’s house. Some of these he wrote from memory, and others he copied from MSS. Lyrics.com.
The first song is the original Jacobite version in which The Young Pretender is called “Shéarlais Oig, Mhic Rí Shéamais” (Young Charles, King James’s son”) as stated in the first line of the song, is the one who was welcomed home to claim his birthright in 1745.
Dispersing the foreigners. Oh-ro You're welcome home,
Boxer Steve Collins used the song as his ring entrance music for all seven of his WBO supermiddleweight title defenses in the mid nineties.