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IRISH MAMBO, THE (Cavanaugh / Redmond) Alma Cogan - 1955 (Bagpipes) Whaddya think they're dancing to everywhere Sure it's a Mambo beat with an Irish air Sure an' it just came over from over there It's the diddly-aye Irish Mambo Look at the sweet colleen with her gay gosoon Doing a Mambo step to an Irish tune Didn't they win a prize at the Harvest Moon With the diddly-aye Irish Mambo Everybody from every land Loves the Mambo from Ireland The short, the fat and the tall of us There's a little bit of Irish in all of us Sure an' I never thought we would see the day All of the fish would Mambo in Galway Bay Even the little leprechaun shouts "Olé!" To the diddly-aye Irish Mambo (Bagpipes) (Look at the sweet colleen with her gay gosoon) (Didn't they win a prize at the Harvest Moon) (With the diddly-aye Irish Mambo) Now, everybody from every land Loves the Mambo from Ireland The short and the fat and the tall of us There's a little bit of Irish in all of us Sure an' I never thought we would see the day All of the fish would Mambo in Galway Bay Even the little leprechaun shouts "Olé!" To the diddly-aye Irish Mambo (Bagpipes) Do the the diddly-aye Irish Mambo, ugh-ugh! (Bagpipes...........FADE) (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - December 2011)

    


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