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Mush Mush Irish song lyrics and guitar chords, Song taken from the John Ford film ''The Quiet Man''  staring John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara and Barry Fitzgerald who sings this song. The song writer remains unknown, recorded by The Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem
[G]It was there I learned readin' and [D]writin'
At Dick[G] Croly's where I went to[C] school,
And 'twas[G] there I learned [G7]howlin and [C]fightin'
[Am]with my[G] school master[D7] Mister O'[G]Toole,,[D]
Him and[G] me we had many a [D]scrimmage,
and [G]devil a copy I [C]wrote,
there was [G]ne'er a goss[G7]oon in the [C]village,
[Am]dared [G]tread on the [D7]tail of my [G]coat.
 
CHORUS
Mush, mush, mush, turaliady,
Sing mush, mush, mush, turalia,
There was ne'er a gossoon in the village
dared tread on the tail of my coat.
 
 
Oh 'twas there I learned all my courtin',
Many lessons I took in the art;
Till Cupid, the blackguard, while sportin',
An arrow drove straight thro' my heart.
Molly O'Connor, she lived just forninst me,
And tender lines to her I wrote,
If you dare say on hard word again her,
I'll tread on the tail of your coat.
 
 
But a blackguard called Mickey Maloney,
came and stole her affections away,
For he'd money and I had'nt any,
So I sent him a challenge next day.
In the evening we met at the woodbine,
The shannon we crossed in a boat,
And I lathered him with my shillelah,
for he trod on the tail of my coat.
 
 
Oh, my fame went abroad thro' the nation
and folks came a flocking to see
And they cried out without hesitation,
"You're a fightin' man, Billy McGee."
I have claned out the Finegan faction,
And I've licked all the Murphys afloat,
If you're in for a row or a ruction,
Just tread on the tail of my coat.

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