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Irish Heart Lyrics By Derek Ryan. From the best selling album Made Of Gold. Chords by Angela.

(A) My     faithful friends
 It's been so (D) long
 Since I sailed a(E)way
 From my (D) own native (A) home
 But Ireland's always been
 Here on my (D) mind
 And o what I’d (E) give
 Just to (D) be there
 one more (A) time.

 I’ll always have an Irish (D) heart
 No (E) matter where I (D) go
 I know where I (A) came (D) here (E) from
 My (A) homeland and I.
 Will never be (D) far apart
 For I’ll (E) always (D) have an Irish (A) heart.
 (A – D – E – D – A)

My faithful     friends
 My time has (D) come
 To leave this (E) world
 And to (D) enter god's (A) home

I pray he’ll     fly me high
 He’ll under(D)stand
 I need to (E) say goodbye
 To (D) my Ire(A)land

Song Words Without The Chords
My faithful friends
Its been so long
Since I sailed away
From my own native home
But Ireland's always been
Here on my mind
And o what I’d give
Just to be there
One more time.
I’ll always have an Irish heart
No matter where I go
I know where I came here from
My homeland and I.
Will never be far apart
For I’ll always have an Irish heart.
My faithful friends
My time has come
To leave this world
And to enter god's home
I pray he’ll fly me high
He’ll understand
I need to say goodbye
To my Ireland



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