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St Patrick's Day poems and songs

by James
(Birmingham UK)

St Patricks Day poems and songs



I didn't know you would allow YouTube poems on your site but now I do I'll lookout for them. Here is a vid about St Patrick's Day that you might like




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May you have a world of wishes at your command
God and His angels close at hand
Friends and family their love impart
And an Irish blessing in your heart
May God grant you many years to live
For sure He must be knowing
The Earth has angels all too few
And Heaven's overflowing
These things I warmly wish to you
Someone to love and some work to do
A bit of sun and a bit of cheer
And a guardian angel also near
Here's to a long life and a merry one
A pretty girl and an honest one
A cold beer and another one
Sure there's many good reasons for drinking
And one has just entered my head
If you can't drink when you're living
How the hell can you drink when you're dead?


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St Patricks Day Poems and Songs

by Mitch McClarty
(Alberta)

St Patricks Day Poems and Songs


Whiskey

The Irish are a handsome race,
And very smart as well.
Big and strong and full of wit,
With yarns and tales to tell.
Now God, he had a problem,
You see it really wasn't fair,
That the Irish should be doubly blessed,
While others missed their share.
So God invented whiskey,
For the Irish boys and girls.
To keep us on our island,
So we wouldn't rule the world.
The Irish took to whiskey,
In jars and iron pots.
And being generous by nature,
They shared it with the Scots.
The Scots, well they refined it,
And enjoyed it to the hilt.
And when they've drank enough of it,
They face south and raise their kilts.

Mitch McClarty


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St.Patricks Day Poem

by Megan Padden
(Ireland)

St.Patrick's Day is here you see,
We'll count some shamrocks one, two, three
We'll count the leaves and look them over
And maybe find a four leaf clover
I'll sew green buttons to my vest,
Green for St.Patrick's Day is the best,
I'll wear a green hat very high,
And dance a jig - at least I'll try

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