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Sweet Rathcoole Song Lyrics

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Sweet Rathcoole Song Lyrics.This lovely lively song is from a single sung by Dolly Mc Mahon.
On a 45 R.C.M. Major Minor 1968. Sean Mc Carthy.
The youtube video is by Declan Nerney and the second track is ''Sweet Rathcoole'' , this song was sent to me by Patrick Burke.

It was up in sweet rathcoole,
Of a fine bright day in june.
That I first met handsome Tady,
When the wild flowers were in Bloom.
Well bedad and then says I,
So a shamefull thing to see,
Such a fine big straping fellow,
With no girl upon yer knee.
Kate me Darling from my soul,
At the cushla gra mo cree,
We will dance among the heather,
Will you come away with me.
We will drop the lily fare,
At the gap of Inis so gay,
I can hear the small birds calling,
Come away Come away.

Well he lifted up his head,
Like a wild Deer in the spring,
And her cheeks began a blusshing,
And her heart began to sing.
He said greetings Katie dear,
Im a rover can’t you see.
I’m tired of being lonly,
Will you come away with me.

And even  to this day if you,
Pass by sweet rathcoole.
You will see them both together,
Neath a lovely summers roof.
You will see them walk the roads,
Carefree Young lovers  skip and play.
You can hear their voices calling,
Come away Come away.
I can hear the small birds calling come away come away.
I can hear their voices calling come away come away


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