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Derek Warfield. Another mighty song from The Wolfe Tones

Chorus]

Saint[G] Patrick's day for the[C] shamrock make[G] way

For the[D] green white and gold , and the[G] harp[C] bright and[G] old

With[G] the great marching bands playing[C] songs for Ire[G]land

And the[D7] bright[C#] Irish[D] eyes singing[G] out[C] to the[G] sky's

Where the[C] Irish are seen there'll be[G] pride in the green

In[C] Boston New Yory in[D] Dublin in[D7] Cork

For[G] Saint Patrick's day is[C] Ireland's greate[G]st

So lets[D7] say hip , hip hoor[D] ay for[G] Saint[C] Patricks[G] day

[Verse 1]

In New[Em] York they'll be marching the greatest to be seen

P[D]ipers they'll be piping the orange white and green

The[Em] Irish will remember and dance the world around

In[D] London or in Glasgow and down in Melbourne Town

Oh[Em] girls and boys from Dublin sing out those Irish songs

R[D]ebels all from Donegal sing Ireland's rights and wrongs

In[Em] Boston and Chicago we dance the jigs and reels

And[D] all the songs of Ireland and[D7] of it's four green fields

[2]

Saint Patrick was a gentleman who came to Ireland's sod

He banished all the serpents away from Irish bogs

Some people say the divil was on Killarney shore

So he never went to Kerry or so the story goes

He travelled all through Ulster through Connaught and the West

And he went to royal Tara and the king himself he blessed

To all the friends of Ireland who live the world around

Who want to share the day with us a welcome's to be found

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