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Letras de Thousands Are Sailing de Pan Morigan

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You brave irish people, wherever you be
i pray stand a moment, and listen to me
your sons and your daughters are going away,
and thousands are sailing, to amerikay
so good luck to those people and safe may they land
they are leaving their country for a far distant strand
they are leaving old ireland, no longer can stay
and thousands are sailing for amerikay
The night before leaving, they are bidding goodbye
and early next morning, their heart gives a sigh
they do kiss their mothers, and then they do say
farewell dear old father, we now must away
Their friends and relations, and neighbors also
when the trunks they are packed up and ready to go
the tears from their eyes they are falling like rain
as the horses are prancing going on for the train
When they do reach the station, you will hear their last cry
with handkerchiefs waving, and bidding goodbye
their hearts will be breaking on leaving the shore
farewell dear old ireland, well ne'er see you more
I pity the mother, who rears up the child
and likewise the father, who labors and toils
to try to support them, he will work night and day
and when they are reared up they will go away

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