Red Haired Mary Karaoke Patrick Feeney

Karaoke Red Haired Mary Patrick Feeney

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In the same key as the original: B♭, B

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While going to the fair of Dingle one fine morning last July
While going up the road before me
A red haired girl
I chanced to spy
I went up to her says hi young lady my donkey he will carry two
Well seeing as how you have a donkey to Dingle fair I'll ride with you
Now when we reached the town of Dingle
I took her hand to say goodbye
When a tinker man stepped up beside me he belted me in my left eye
Keep your hands off red haired Mary her and I will soon be wed
We'll see the priest this very morning
Tonight we'll lie in a married bed
Now I was feeling kind of peevish
And my poor eye was sad and sore
So I tapped him gently with my hobnail
And he fell back through Murphy's door
A policeman came around the corner he told me I had broke the law
And then the donkey kicked him in the kneecap
And he fell down and broke his jaw
Oh when he went off to find his brother
The biggest man you ever did meet
And he gently tapped me with his knuckles
And I was minus two front teeth
Ah keep your hands off red haired Mary her and I will soon be wed
We'll see the priest this very morning
Tonight we'll lie in a married bed
The red haired girl she kept on smiling
I'll go with you young man she said
We'll forget the priest this very morning
Tonight we'll lie in Murphy's shed
Now through the town we rode together my black eye and her red hair
Smiling gaily at the tinkers by God we were a handsome pair
Oh take your hands off red haired Mary her and I will soon be wed
We'll forget the priest this very morning
Tonight we'll lie in Murphy's shed
Take your hands off red haired Mary her and I will soon be wed
We'll forget the priest this very morning
Tonight we'll lie in Murphy's shed

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