The Chieftains - Changing Your Demeanour lyrics
Here we are we've come to call with pipes and flutes and
fiddles and all
In case of death we've even brought a keener,
So, if you're glum and feeling down just feel like us
And act the clown and soon there'll be a change in your
I put me money on a horse today for with the race he'd run
Or so a friend that's in the know he told me,
Twenty lengths ahead at most, he proundly cantered pass
but, woe was me, he lost the bloomin' jockey!
(lilting, followed by verse-long fiddle and whistle break)
Now of all the places I have seen from China to the
Are all across the goat compared to Ireland,
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From Bally Castle to Tralie the Corup to the Liffy
There's no where else on earth but like this island.
(lilting, followed by short piano break)
In Hollywood I long to be, no, not the place across the
But in county Wickloe Ireland's lovely garden.
Where no pretenders will you find but decent people warm
and flocks of friendly sheep into the bargain.
(lilting, followed by short fiddle and whistle break)
For your ills don't take a pill but take it down the road,
And listen to the larks lovely warbling,
In the evening in the company with music in the key of E
You'll be dancing Kerry sets until the morning.
Songwriter(s): Kevin Conneff
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