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Hazel O'connor – Go N'eirigh An Bother Leat lyrics

You were the beacon that lit up my life
When i thought i was drowning you threw me a lifeline
You were the beauty i was the beast
You touched my soul, you made me whole,
You gave me peace
And though you may be going now into distance into time
I pray I know all the things you'll find
May the road rise up to meet you
May the wind be always there to fly
And may the sun shine 'til we meet again
And may the lord of life always protect you
Hold you safely in the palm of his hand
And may the sun shine
'Til we meet again
Thank you for being, well just being you
Thank you for being friend and helping me through
You leave an impression of love and of care
You leave me the strength
To carry the load we all must bear
And though you may be going now
Into distance into time
I pray I know all the things you'll find
May the road rise up to meet you
May the wind be always there to fly
And may the sun shine 'til we meet again
And may the lord of life always protect you
Hold you safely in the palm of his hand
And may the sun shine 'til we meet again
'Til we meet again



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/h/hazel_oconnor/go_neirigh_an_bother_leat.html

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