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one Irish Rover 

I can tell by the light in your eye
That you're so far away
Like a ship out on the sea
Without a sail, you've gone astray
of the Bann
Was the skipper of the Irish Rover

For a sailor its' always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
That he longs for the shore
of the Bann
Was the skipper of the Irish Rover

For a sailor it's always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
'Til he launch for the shore
of the Bann
Was the skipper of the Irish Rover

For a sailor it's always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
'Til he launch for the shore
eight million bails of old nanny-goats' tails
In the hold of the Irish Rover

Well we had Barney McGee from the banks of the Lee,
We had Hogan from County
Put on another pot o' tea
'Cause I'm in love with the Irish accent to your story
And I need someone to help me

Well they say that now you don't
Put on another pot o' tea
'Cause I'm in love with the Irish accent to your story
And I need someone to help me

Well they say that now you don't
of the Bann
Was the skipper of the Irish Rover

For a sailor its' always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
That he longs for the shore
of the Bann
Was the skipper of the Irish Rover

For a sailor it's always a bother in life
It's so lonesome by night and by day
'Til he launch for the shore
Put on another pot o' tea
'Cause I'm in love with the Irish accent to your story
And I need someone to help me.

Well, they say that now you
call The Blarny Stone
Now he's just sung in his mother tongue, "The Ancient Irish Curse"
And cleared the pub completely by the forty-second verse!
the wind and the rain and the hail blow high
And the snow come tumbling from the sky
She's as sweet as apple pie
She'll get her own lad by and by

When
There is a countryard here in Chicago
Down by the river where no one goes
We could be married there in the countryard
By this old Spanish priest
on the freezing streets
With bell and bowl she goes
People come to see the face
People come to feel the light
Of an Irish Girl

Everything in the world is new
You've got the Irish eyes and the Irish lips from your head down to your fingertips
Poetry in your kiss and your hand poetry anywhere that you stand
Come
other 
By something in there eyes 
They come together 
And rally round an Irish dance tune 
The Gaelic ties 

And when the moon is shining 
They
spoken"
As Spring comes to Spiddal
The village girls go walking

By without their coats
The Irish gaelic college
Is alive again with folk
Framers
give a party when I go home
They'll come from near and far
They'll line the roads for miles and miles
With Irish jauntin' cars
The spirits'll flow
give a party when I go home
They'll come from near and far
They'll line the roads for miles and miles
With Irish jauntin' cars
The spirits'll flow
go home
They'll come from near and far
They'll line the roads for miles and miles
With Irish jauntin' cars

The spirits will flow and we'll be gay
When I was a rover, met a four leaf clover
She was irish as the day was long
I thought she'd give it to me maybe
Now she's married with a baby
Come over the hills my bonnie Irish lass, 
Come over the hills to your darling 
You choose the rose love, and I'll make the vow 
And I'll be your
This tune was composed by Spencer the Rover
As valiant a man as ever left home
And he had been much reduced
Which caused great confusion
And that was
for the ice cream to come around.

Two steps back
Two doors down

I meet my old friends there
They queue up for cash there
They are part Irish
A gentle mist all heaven kissed
Like teardrops off an angel's wing
Don't you know you'll cleanse your soul
With a walk in the Irish rain.

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