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This is a song about the Irish Rebellion/Civil War, which led to the nominal independence of Ireland in the 1920s, obviously from after the fact. If you know the history, it is not really fair, but it is a good song.
Irish are Celts. Scots are mostly Celtic as well, mixed with Norwegian/Dane from the dark ages when Scotland was repeatedly invaded by the Norsemen plus some mixing with Anglo-Saxon (which is also ultimately Notsemen mixed with Celts). I presume Cornfed is lower class Scottish ancestry, either criminals exiled to the colonies or poor forced off their land during the enclosure period.
Both the Romans and English ruling class (Norsemen from Normandy) regarded Celts (including Scots and lower class English) as the niggers of the British Isles: savage, undisciplined but fearless in battle, good at music and dancing of the more primitive sort, unfit for civilization. The English eventually came to respect the lowland Scottish, who managed to absorb civilizing influences and eventually even surpassed the English in most respects, at least the upper class lowland Scots (not Cornfed's social class, obviously). The Highland Scots were respected for their warlike abilities, same as the English respected the fearlessness of the black African mercenaries they used in their wars with the Arabs. Winston Churchill, among others, remarked that the Negroes of Africa had much in common with the lower races of Britain, meaning the mixed Celtic/Norse tribes to which Cornfed belongs.
It is also notorious that the Celts feel a strong affinity to the more primitive music of black Americans, blues in particular. Think of rock groups like the Rolling Stones, who are clearly Celtic racially. In particular, think of Mick Jagger making duck lips and swinging his rear end around and otherwise carrying on just like a lower class Negro minstrel, and sounding like one too. Only the melanin deficient skin tone and straight hair reveals that this isn't a Negro on stage.
There's always been strong attraction between lower class Celtic/Norse women (Cornfed's distant female cousins, in other words) and black African men. Think of those lower class British women on sex tours to Gambia, Jamaica, etc. Probably the deficiency of melanin in the women causes them to yearn for males with an abundance of melanin. The converse of how dark skinned women of southeast Asia are attracted to melanin deficient males like Cornfed. Black African females don't seem particularly fond of melanin deficient males like Cornfed, however. This suggests the desire for light skin is a socially programmed desire. Without social programming to want light skin, everyone would prefer more melanin, as protection from skin cancer.