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I L. ' We're, raarchin' by in praise av him,
j , . f.Each side an' turn anaphase av him,
'r'x h-r - The noble, saintly ways'av him -
'$ " -" The tall, the thin,. the fat
ire wearm' av the green for him
-'To malce-aiioble scene4" for him
-Because, they all are, keen -jf or him,,
, We'rethere in large .variety , , A
EachHodge an? great society, "
An though we are notxjuiet, he
-; . Will never care for that ' g
Wid uniforms, an' band for him J
'.An' chargers prancin' grand fpr'hinV
We;rewakin' up the land.for him,
"-, -:St..Pat! . '. ' --
, Gomesons of 'Erin, come wid-us ' ,
.& march behind the drum-wid us.
&ri makej.the welkin humjvyjld .us
j- v To -Show where; youare at;
'-Tjh'ebest av; saints! a song'for'him
v i&cheering loud and longjfpf'him.!
0ch,isurean' we'.are stronger, him
!.&: 7 . -at. Pat! s K y;. .
- t l i-v r--O-T-0
, Marie I tmnkrharley,is a de
lightful dancerl, Hcms,so light on
his feet. s.
Lillian When -you know him
better I thinkyou'will findjhat
he is light at both ends,
.See, here, youijg- fellow, you
"didn't-tell me this Horse was lame
before you sold hijn to me.
Well, the guy that sold him to
me didn't say anything about it
and' I thpughttit was a secret