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With Me Old Clay Pipe (Michael Carr/Jimmy Kennedy)

With me old clay pipe and me donkey and me cart,
I'm joggin' along the rocky road to Dublin;
Tho' I'm always broke,
while I've got 'baccy for a smoke,
Sure I haven't got a worry in the world.

With me old clay pipe and me donkey and me cart,
I'm joggin' along and singin' songs of Erin;
Of its lakes and dells and its magic wishing wells,
Faith, I wouldn't swap me country for the world.

Sure I'll stop and have a little one
to quench me thirsty thirst,
Then I'll stop and ask McGinty, "How's the goat?"
Then I'll stop and have another one.
Begorrah, don't you know,
The dust it does be getting' in your throat.

With me old clay pipe and me donkey and me cart,
I'm joggin' along the rocky road to Dublin;
There's a colleen there with the grandest silver hair,
And we haven't got a worry in the world.

####.... Michael Carr and Jimmy Kennedy ©1938 by Peter Maurice Music Co, Ltd, 127 Charing Cross Rd, London, Wc2h 0la ....####
Michael Carr and Jimmy Kennedy also wrote Did Your Mother Come From Ireland? and I've An Irish Friend Called Cassidy.


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