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ecard: St. Patrick's Day Chins (Fun Song)

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March seventeenth is what we call St. Patrick’s Day Shoemaking leprechauns hoard all their gold away Clovers with four leafs can make a Good Luck bouquet As we sing out the St. Patrick’s Chin Song. Wh...

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March seventeenth is what we call St. Patrick’s Day Shoemaking leprechauns hoard all their gold away Clovers with four leafs can make a Good Luck bouquet As we sing out the St. Patrick’s Chin Song. When Irish chins sing, it’s a song you can dance to, lad Whisky and lager can cheer you up if you’re sad Pipes may be calling, but Murphy’s head’s feeling bad Corned beef and cabbage is coming on strong. Red-headed lasses will ask you so freely, “Is that your shillelagh or you glad to see me?” A rainbow and pot of gold wait round the bend And if you’re not Irish, well, you can pretend. Pub’s barely open but Flanagan’s bleary-eyed Shamrocks and Blarney Stones got Kelly teary-eyed Father O’Malley’s on his second beer and rye As we sing loud the St. Patrick’s Chin Song. O let’s lift a glass up to Cork and Kilkenny We’d name all the counties, but there are too many Our Irish Pride comes out of each nook and cranny When we sing out the St. Patrick’s Chin Song. Red-headed lasses will ask you so freely, “Is that your shillelagh or you glad to see me?” A rainbow and pot of gold wait round the bend If you like this stanza, we’ll sing it again. Red-headed lasses will ask you so freely, “Is that your shillelagh or you glad to see me?” A rainbow and pot of gold wait round the bend And St. Patrick’s Day Chin Song has come to an end!

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