A classic Irish wedding singalong of "The Rattlin' Bog" went viral back in 2017.

The video of Co Kerry woman Clodagh McCarthy singing the Irish song "The Rattlin' Bog" was recorded at 5 am at a wedding in Co Tipperary in October 2017. 

Little did the singers know that the clip would go hugely viral, climbing to YouTube's world trending list by the end of the year.

Here's the amazing "Rattlin' Bog" clip:

Rattling Bog wedding singsong

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Posted by IrishCentral.com on Monday, December 11, 2017

After the video went viral, McCarthy told the Irish Independent that the quintessential Irish scene was filmed at her sister Patrice's wedding at Kilshane House in Co Tipperary.

"No wedding is complete without a singing so this was about 5am in the morning," McCarthy said.

The Irish Examiner caught up with the bride Patrice, who said about the video: "We had a fantastic day and to think that our family sing-song at 5am has now gone viral is amazing.

"I was out in company over Christmas where people recognized me as the bride in the 'rattlin' bog video' which was hilarious. Many have also commented on the connection between myself, my sister Clodagh and my brother Ronán in the video and how we combine to create this piece.

"We have been singing together since we were very young, so I guess it’s just second nature to us."

The talented siblings all hail from Killarney in Co Kerry.

The song "The Rattlin' Bog" itself traces its roots to the Collon Monastery in Collon, Co Louth, specifically to the camping grounds on the site. This led to the song becoming a standard of Irish scouts and can regularly be heard around campfires in Ireland. 

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