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  MICHAEL MICMAC MCCRORY (25/01/1954)
 
 
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  37.     

'Practice makes Perfect'

‘Practise makes perfect'

That sweet young couple down the lane
Who found making love such a pain
Well It didn't take very long
To see they were doing it all wrong
Now they practice again and again

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  38.     

'The Fighter'

‘The Fighter'

I was the fighter
I fought and beat the best
They chose the wheels
I was left with no choice

We looked at each other
A few feet apart
Raced towards our goal
The chicken fell off

Couldn't stand the pace
I beat them with miles to spare
I was the first one there
I got to the tills first

I'll get the chicken tomorrow
It'll be trolley's again at dawn

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  39.     

'The Murphy's'

‘The Murphy’s’

My name is Paddy Murphy
A stout, stout drinking fellow
I’ve drank so much stout
My skin is turning yellow

Hi! My name is Seamus Murphy
A beer drinking lager lout
I’ve drank so much lager
I’ve had my liver taken out

Lo! My name is Bridget Murphy
A bitter drinking trollop
Get me another drink
Or I’ll give you a wallop

Hic! My name is Hic! Mary Murphy
Bridget’s whiskey drinking daughter
Buy me another whiskey
Then I’ll do things I shouldna oughta

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  40.     

'Three old dogs'

‘Three dogs out for the day’

His old heart is past it’s prime
Gentle exercise the doctor suggests
So three old dogs go for a stroll

Three old dogs out for a walk
To get their old tickers going
Stopping to rest on a grassy knoll

Out of breath; legs all wobbly
Weary bones, completely knackered
Backs, once straight, are now bent

On and on they go, homeward bound
Stopping again on the way back
A seat on a grassy knoll, heaven sent

The oldest dog of all home to the wife
The nice long walk to lengthen his life
She says there’s life in the old dog yet







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