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Me Old Country Home

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Me Old Country Home Irish Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords By Seamus Moore. A song from the County Mayo where Seamus ends up in a nursing home. He's some man for one man.

[G]Fifty miles of a [Em]distance I've [C]travelled by [G]car.
From the [Em]Town Of Belmullet to [Am]old Castle[D]bar.
From [G]Bangor to ,,,,,,sure the [C]time was me [D]own
'Till at [G]last I a[Em]rrived in the [C]old country [G]home

I arrived there one morning the hour it was late.
I was kindly admitted by a gent at the gate.
He asked me some questions and rang on the phone.
To get me a bed in the old country home.

The bed being secure I then took off me hat.
I took off me clothes and then jumped in the bath.
The water was warm and the suds they did foam.
You must be perfectly clean in the old country home.

Every tuesday and Thursday the barber comes in,
With razor as sharp as a bookmakers pen.
He'll shave you and scrub you right into the bone.
You must be perfectly clean in the old country home.

Me tempiture was taken written down on the chart.
Every tick every moan every beat of me heart.
When the doctors come in sure the patients do roam.
For fear they might die in the old country home.

Fifty miles of a distance by road and by car
From the Town Of Belmullet to old Castlebar
Through Ballycry and Mulranny, the time is me own.
I've setteled here now in me old country home.
I'm as happy as Larry in me old country home
 

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