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IN MY IRISH AEROPLANE (Music: Harry Tierney / Lyrics: Stanley Murphy - 1917) There never was a greater aviator than McCue Sure he knew what to do, and bedad he did it too For he'd been shootin' teutons and his aim was straight and true But for his native land, his heart was blue 'Tis fine this aviation says Mack, but in my heart I'm glad it's my vacation so I'll start Goodbye, I won't be long, be bold and brave and strong For after I go to Sligo, I'll soon be with you again My blushing Irish bride a-sailing by my side For I know she'll go whereever I go in my Irish aeroplane McCue went through the lines and flew away to his hometown When he went sailing down. all the neighbours gathered round And there he spied his blushing bride, and Father daley, too And soon the wedding service, it was through And then the happy couple bade goodbye to Erin's Isle And both of them were singing all the while Goodbye, I won't be long, be bold and brave and strong For after I go to Sligo, I'll soon be with you again My blushing Irish bride a-sailing by my side For I know she'll go whereever I go in my Irish aeroplane (Contributed by Mel Priddle - February 2016)

    


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