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TAKE ME BACK TO DEAR OLD IRELAND (Morrison) Cavan O’Connor There’s a spot called dear old Ireland that is always calling me An exile from my native land so far across the sea And every time I see a vessel waiting in the bay I feel I want to go aboard, and then I want to say Take me back to dear old Ireland, anywhere at all The lakes of Connemara or the hills of Donegal When I get home no more I’ll roam to any foreign strand Here’s my fare, oh! Take me there to dear old Ireland Sure it’s many years since I have seen that land so dear to me The scenes of happy childhood treasured in my memory The longing in my heart is growing stronger day by day To be once more on Irish soil, and that is why I say Take me back to dear old Ireland, anywhere at all The lakes of Connemara or the hills of Donegal When I get home no more I’ll roam to any foreign strand Here’s my fare, oh! Take me there to dear old Ireland (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - November 2004)

    



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