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Ballyhaunis

I walked down by the sea, right wearily
My heart, it was tormented
From a northern sky the small clouds did fly
And sorely I lamented
I'm sorry now I swear
That I didn't care to heed my mother's caution
She spoke to me fair saying don't venture there
Don't go the road to Ballyhaunis
 
Yet dearly did I love, my fair-haired girl
In the garden that morning early
Your lips as tender as the foam on the ocean's rim
And cheeks like red haw-berries
I put my arm around your waist
But my mind knew no ease
Though the small birds sang so gaily
I wished we were going under white sails blowing
Be it fair or stormy weather
 
My own heart's dear
If you'd come away
To that land of ships from Ireland
There's no heartache nor there's no pain
That wouldn't find a cure for certain
You are the one I've always loved
So save me now from dying
For without God's grace I'll never survive
On this street in Ballyhaunis
 


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