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My Boston Hose




My Boston Hose                    August 22, 2026



I was sitting naked by the pool having a private ball

A lady came from nowhere, she said can I climb the wall

I said why don't you join me, we'll have a drink or two

I have some vodka and Buckfast, I have a special one for you

She said she was unhappy, she said she felt alone

Her husbands name was Phillip, he was back at home

She was alone on business, she was running from her past

She said she had a castle, and other things she stole

The peasants give me lot's of money, my toilet seat is gold

I'm German, my people love me, that's what I have been told

The last time she had a real guy, from the emerald isle he came

He joined me at my castle bedroom, Fagan was his name

Bottles of wine went down fine, I remember the evening well

We sang Irish songs together, The soldiers song as well

I wore his Irish jacket and other clothes sometimes, he promised not to tell

We sang the boys of the old brigade, England can go to hell

We had a few drinks together, Irish music with an Irish beat

She apologized for Cromwell, and thanked me for the treat

I was sitting naked by the pool having a private ball

A lady came from nowhere, she said can I climb the wall



Gaelic Comrade





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