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Dreams Of Home

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Dreams Of Home Lyrics By The Wolfe Tones. Written by Brian Warfield. The youtube video is from Siamsa Cois Laoi festival in Cork Ireland 1986. This period was the most succesful for the group playing the big gigs to over 50,000 fans. Yours truly was at this gig in Cork, but that's another story.
I'm coming home, and how the years have flown.
For far too long I've been a stranger in a strange town.
So far away, from all the friends I love.
Now I'll go back to my green hills those friendly smiles.

For the boys and girls, who crossed the ocean wide
And leave their friends and loved ones on the other side.
So take me home, where I belong,
I'm dreaming dreams of home for much too long.

How things have changed, now nothing seems the same.
For I have been away too long I've just myself to blame.
And Mary dera, how could you marry him.
Was then you shattered all my hopes and all my dreams.

For the boys and girls, who crossed the ocean wide
And leave their friends and loved ones on the other side.
So take me home, where I belong,
I'm dreaming dreams of home for much too long.

I remember well that rainy day, the day I came back home.
I never thought that I could be a stranger in my town.
And as the rain ran down my face, I cried my tears alone.
For here I was a stranger in my own home town.

For the boys and girls, who crossed the ocean wide
And leave their friends and loved ones on the other side.
So take me home, where I belong,
I'm dreaming dreams of home for much too long.

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