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Heavy Water Plant Song Lyrics

Heavy Water Plant


I left my home at a quarter to ten
I headed for the Heavy Water Plant
Haven't worked since Heaven's knows when
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

Well I picked me pogey up at George Street
And I headed for the bank on the corner
Well new life seems to come to me feet
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

Pogey cash well into me hand
I headed for the nearest tavern
Jesus, I'm the king of the land
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

I took a table down at the back
I order two, by Christ I was thirsty
Finished them off at the very first crack
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

In walks MacNeil from Margaree
He must have got his pogey yesterday
He's so drunk he can hardly see
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

Pogey Cash Well into me hand
I headed for the nearest tavern
Jesus, I'm the king of the land
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

[fiddle solo]

Oh.. well it's four o'clock..oh, and much to my
sorrow
I should have tried the Heavy Water Plant
Ah, t'hell I'll go tommorrow
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

I left me home at a quarter to ten
I headed for the Heavy Water Plant
Haven't worked since Heaven's know when
Singing the Song of Cape Breton
Singing the Song of Cape Breton
Singing the Song of Cape Breton

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