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Coming Back To Miltown

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Coming Back To Miltown Song Lyrics. Collette O Sullivan - Kilfenora Ceili Band and the singer is P.J. Murrihy, this one was sent in to me from Patrick Burke, from the album Irish Folk Favourites transatlan​tic records.

1
As I sit and dream in Boston
Beneath a stary sky.
Memories come crowding of,
The time I was a Boy.
A’avale, but Paddy Lad I throught,
The wide wide streets of home.
A carefree lad with friends gallore.
I was a fool to roam.

(Chorus)

But now I’m coming back to Miltown
In a week i will be there
Back with the Folks i love so well
In my dear old County Clare
I love the friendly neighbours
And I’ll drink with all the boys
I want to see the sadness
Leave my dear Mothers eyes

2
My mother she had raised me
On her own since i was three
And it nearly broke her kindly heart
When I went across the sea
But I was young in those
 far off days
All I wanted was to roam.
I did’nt mind the heartbreak
I caused to those back home.

(Chorus as above)

3
Near quilty theres a Beauty
Her name it is Eillen
And I know that she’s waiting
There for me.
So no more I’ll go a roaming
In milltown I would stay
And I’ll wed my dark eyed Beauty
Right away.

(Chorus)
So now I’m coming back
 to Miltown
In a week i will be there
Back with the Folks i love
so well
In my dear own county
Clare
I love the friendly neighbours
And I’ll drink with all the boys
I want to see the sadness leave my dear Mothers eyes

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