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There's a piper in the corner.
There's a dancer on the floor
Friends around the table,
There's one who calls for more
And there's Gaelic in the fiddle
Like the Gaelic in the Glen
And the songs take on new meaning boys
It's getting dark again

[CHORUS]
Getting dark again
Getting dark again
For the second time since we got up
It's getting dark again

There was tea and tunes this morning
Or was it yesterday
When friends and fiddles gathered
Where friends and fiddles played
There were lots of those were good times
And do you remember when
But that was jigs and reels ago
Now it's getting dark again



Now if any of you were slighted by the deeds that now are done
By the fellowship of music and the fantasy of fun
Well we'd like to say we're sorry
Shed a tear for you but then
We haven't got the time right now 'cause
It's getting dark again

[CHORUS]

There's a piper in the corner.
There's a dancer on the floor
Friends around the table,
There's one who calls for more
And there's Gaelic in the fiddle
Like the Gaelic in the Glen
And the songs take on new meaning boys
She's getting dark again

[CHORUS]

And the songs take on new meaning boys
It's getting dark again



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