|"Admiral William Brown"|
|Single by The Wolfe Tones|
|from the album A Sense of Freedom|
|The Wolfe Tones singles chronology|
"Admiral William Brown" is a song, written and first performed in 1982, the year of the Falklands War between Argentina and the United Kingdom, by the Wolfe Tones. The song recounts the biography of Irish-Argentine naval hero William Brown and contains denunciations of imperialism, colonialism and the United Kingdom. The song was popular in Ireland, reaching number four in the charts. In the United States, the song reached the top spot on WROL's "Irish Hit Parade". The Wolfe Tones performed it during the 1983 St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Pittsburgh.
- Edwards, Ruth (11 March 2013). "To hell with those who would sell out the Falklands islanders. Our loyalty to them is a matter of national honour". The Telegraph. Retrieved 27 January 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- "Clubs Get a Jump on St. Paddy's Day Fun". The Pittsburgh Press. 10 March 1983. pp. D8.