A lively song from you—Lillibullero from a death's-head—ha, ha!
With what bitterness he's giving us 'Lillibullero,' and he scarcely able to sit on his horse!
An instance in point is the celebrated poem "Lillibullero," or, as it is sometimes written, "Lilli Burlero."
One of the characteristics of the good old soldier is his trick of whistling Lillibullero.
The ballad of "Lillibullero," a scurrilous attack on the Irish recruits, was sung from one end of England to the other.
One sings, and the rest join, to the tune of “Lillibullero,” the first line.
Sir Waldron thrust his hands deep into his pockets, and began whistling "Lillibullero."