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AN IRISHMAN'S IDEA OF LOVE From the film "Perilous Holiday" (1946) (Allan Roberts / Doris Fisher) The Happy Gang Orchestra When a Frenchman is courting a mademoiselle He takes her to dinner at some fine hotel He spends all the salary he worked for that week And if he is lucky, he kisses her cheek But an Irishman's idea of love Is to meet the girl he's dreamin' of Compliment her eyes of blue And the divil if he doesn't mean it too Fills her full of a line of blarney That he learned in ole Killarney Gets the kiss so easily That cost the poor Frenchman his week's salary (Contributed by Ferda Dolunay - July 2005)

    


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