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John Mcdermott - The Cliffs Of Dooneen Lyrics

  • The cliffs of dooneen: to izabella and tadeusz
  • You may travel far from your own native home
  • Far away oer the mountains far away oer the foam
  • But of all the fine places that Ive ever been
  • Theres none can compare with the cliffs of dooneen
  • Its a nice place to be on a fine summers day
  • Watching all the wild flowers that neer do decay
  • Oh the hare and the pheasant are plain to be seen
  • Making homes for their young round the cliffs of dooneen
  • Take a view oer the mountain fine sites youll see there
  • Yes in a high rocky mountain in the west coast of clair
  • Oh the towns of kilkee and kilrush can be seen
  • From the high rocky slopes round the cliffs of dooneen
  • So fare thee well to dooneen fare thee well for a while
  • And althoug we are parted by the ragin sea wild
  • Once again I will wander with my irisjh colleen
  • Round the high rocky slopes of the cliffs of dooneen

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