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My Irish Jewel


 
 My Irish Jewel             May 15, 2016
 
They took a piece of my land, six of thirty two
They came with might and stole it, England shame on you

You took a piece of my land, you stole my Irish jewel

You divided my land, You treated us so cruel

Our people suffered, your religion and your laws

United together, We'll die for the Irish cause

From Cork to the little streets of Ireland

We remember and make our stand

A united nation together for me and you

Twenty six plus six, we want our thirty two

From every part of Ireland all the way to Donegal

We'll unite our land, we'll answer Ireland's call

Return my Irish jewel you stole, let Ireland live in peace

A nation again of thirty two with everlasting peace

They took a piece of my land, six of thirty two

They came with might and stole it, England shame on you


Gerrard McGeachy


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My Irish Jewel

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