Instrumental. With lyrics by 'Galway poet' D.K. Gavan it was first popularized in English music hall by Harry Clifton (1824-1872).
Chieftains [as Comb Your Hair And Curl It on their first lp, after separating from Sean O'Riada's Ceoltoiri Cualann folk orchestra]
Dubliners [as The Rocky Road To Dublin; B-side of first single; hit in Ireland]
Young Dubliners [idem]
Altan [as Comb Your Hair And Cut It; with the RTE Concert Orch.]
Along The Rocky Road To Dublin by the American Quartet (1916 - Victor) is another song (Joe Young/Bert Grant).