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I'M ON MY WAY TO DUBLIN (Stanley Murphy) The Peerless Quartet - 1915 The Hayden Sisters - 1915 Michael Shea he marched away with the Dublin Fusiliers And he left the town in cheers, but he left his girl in tears But in the rattle of the battle, Michael stood his test And he won a Sergeant's uniform and a medal on his chest He got a two month's furlough and he started on his way His Irish eyes a dancin' as the Boys heard him say Goodbye! I'm on my way to dear old Dublin Bay That's why I'm feelin' gay For oh! I know sweet Molly-O My colleen, fair to see, is waiting there for me Her heart with love a bubblin' On Dublin Bay Michael Shea reached Dublin Bay when the spring was in the air And he found his colleen fair, and he hugged her like a bear He took her down to Dublin town and Father John Malloy Tied a doublin' knot right on the spot for Molly and her boy Then on an Irish jaunting car beside her bold gossoon She learned to sing this chorus by the risin' o' the moon Goodbye! I'm on my way to dear old Dublin Bay That's why I'm feelin' gay For oh! I know sweet Molly-O My colleen, fair to see, is waiting there for me Her heart with love a bubblin' On Dublin Bay Goodbye! I'm on my way to dear old Dublin Bay That's why I'm feelin' gay For oh! I know sweet Molly-O My colleen, fair to see, is waiting there for me Her heart with love a bubblin' On Dublin Bay (Contributed by - July 2007)

    


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