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    In the merry month of June from my home I started left the girls
    of Taum nearly brokenhearted saluted me father dear, kissed
    me darling mother drank a pint of beer, my grief and tears to
    smother then off to reap the corn, leave where I was born cut
    a stout blackthorn to banish ghosts and goblin, brand-new
    pair of brogues, rattling o'er the bogs frightening all the dogs
    on the rocky road to Dublin.

    In Mullingar last night, I rested limbs so weary started by
    daylight next morning bright and early took a drop of the pure
    to keep me heart from sinking that's the daddy's cure when
    he's on the drinking see the lassies smile, laughing all the
    while at me darling style, would set your heart a-bubblin'
    asked me was I hired, wages I required 'til I was almost tired
    of the rocky road to Dublin.

    Hunt the hare and turn her down the rocky road and all the
    way to Dublin, whack-fol-la-de-da!

    In Dublin next arrived, I thought it such a pity to be so soon
    deprived a view of that fine city decided to take a stroll all
    among the quality bundle, it was stole in that neat locality
    something crossed my mind when I looked behind no bundle
    could I find upon me stick a-wobblin' crying for a rogue said
    me connaught brogue wasn't much in-vogue on the rocky road
    to Dublin.

    From there I got away, me spirits never failing landed on the
    quay just as the ship was sailing captain at me roared, said
    that no room had he then I jumped aboard a cabin found for
    Daddy down among the pigs, played some funny rigs, danced
    some hearty jigs, the water 'round me bubblin' off to hollyhead
    wished myself was dead or better far instead on the rocky
    road to Dublin.

    The boys in Liverpool, when we safely landed called myself a
    fool, I could no longer stand it blood began to boil, temper
    I was losing poor old Erin's Isle they began abusing hooray
    me soul, says I, let the shellaillagh fly some galway boys
    were nigh, saw I was a-hobblin' with a loud array, they joined
    me in the fray and soon we cleared the way on the rocky road
    to Dublin

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