That title is taken from a Newfoundland folk and drinking song, one that's been quite popularized by the band Great Big Sea- you can see it at this video link. Incidentally, I'd love to hear that sung at a funeral.
I heard the song twice on New Year's Eve, when I went down to Lansdowne Park and the Aberdeen Pavilion for Hogman-eh!, a Canadian take on the Scottish word Hogmanay, for the last day of the year. New Year's is big in Scotland, and the Scottish Society of Ottawa has been putting on a New Year's Eve event each year, free to the public, here at Lansdowne. Music included rock, folk, and the pipes and drums, and there was food and displays from various groups, with fireworks outside shortly after midnight came. There were a good many people in the building, mostly around the stage area at its heart.
The Ottawa Caledonian Pipes and Drums participated through the evening, marching out from a rest area over at the west end to do sets at the front of the stage each hour.
I got close up shots of two of the bands, the first more of a folk-Celtic feel with fiddles involved.
The second was more of a rock band feel to their music, albeit one with bagpipes.