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Irish Dreams

                       Irish Dreams                 January 27, 2013

Ireland dreams of freedom with the agreement they call peace
With the country still divided and the border still in place
We want the six counties to join the twenty-six
We want our country united, a united thirty-two
We want a united nation, no more me and you
Children's laughter will be heard, just like Bobby said
The heroes of past will sleep in peace, remember Irelands dead
No division in our country, we're Irish and free
We can show the world our country as we walk a united path
We're Irish and proud and we sing out loud, Ireland is free at last
Ireland dreams of freedom with the agreement they call peace
With the country still divided and the border still in place

                   Gerrard McGeachy


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Irish Dreams

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