I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
From the episode: "Welcome Back, Carter"
Singers: Roginald
Voices: Seth MacFarlane

"I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1875. In spite of its American origins, it is known and revered as an Irish ballad.

In "Welcome Back, Carter", Roginald sings a version of the melody to woo Barbara Pewterschmidt when she thinks Carter has been killed while in battle. When they separate later when Carter is exposed for cheating on Barbara by Peter Griffin, Roginald again sings while trying to win Barbara's heart.


In the past: Marry me and I will buy you chewing gum

And a hat that has a giant plume

And if someday you're feeling rather saucy

You can put the chewing gum in the hat

Present: ...And I will buy you laudanum and rhubarb cakes

To balance out your body's fragile humours

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