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Anuna – The Flower Of Maherally lyrics

One pleasant summer's morning when all the flowers were springing O
Nature was adorning and the wee birds sweetly singing O
I met my love near Banbridge Town, my charming blue-eyed Sally O
She's the queen of the County Down, the flower of Maherally O

With admiration I did gaze upon this blue-eyed maiden O
Adam wasn't half so pleased when he met his Eve in Eden O
Her skin was like the lily white that grows in yonder valley O
She's my queen and my heart's delight, the flower of Maherally O

I hope the day will surely come when we'll join hands together O
'Tis then I'll take my darling home in spite of wind and weather O
And let them all say what they will and let them reel and rally O
For I shall wed the girl I love, the flower of Maherally O
And let them all say what they will and let them reel and rally O
For I shall wed the girl I love, the flower of Maherally O



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