We're gonna drink and fight
and drink and fight
and drink and fight some more
when the drinking's done, grab anyone
and go and fight some more
so grab your friends and neighbours
and punch 'em in the eye
and raise another glass and sing the Dublin lullaby.

O'Leary was a bastard
I gave his head a crack
I drank a pint of Guinness
and puked all over his back
O'Shaunesy was sickened
with patty in the back
when Irish eyes are smilin'
we'll punch them till they're black

Chorus

O'Leary and O'Connel
had been drinkin' pretty hard
had been sittin' for a fortnight
with Clancy at the bar
he got so stewed that when he spewed,
we swore he must've drowned
so we kicked his ass,raised a glass
and bought another round!

Chorus

Well i went out with O'Leary
to old McDonald's wake
we drank a lot of stout and ale
and ate a lot of cake
O'Mally singing Danny Boy filled my eyes with tears
so i kicked his nuts right into his guts
and had another beer!

Chorus

Drink and fight and drink and fight
And drink and fight some more
When the drinking's done
Grab anyone and go and fight some more
So grab you're friends and neighbors
And punch 'em in the eye
And raise another glass to sing the Dublin lullaby
Fight fight fight fight fight fight fight
fight fight fight fight fight fight fight


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    General CommentOnce again another fave by mudmen, but the person who posted the album knows that already. I would like to thank him for adding the lyrics cause everyone should know how great Mudmen are. Exspecialy the power of hearing them live. WoW
    sarajane21on July 15, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song makes me giggle like a school girl... has anyone seen the size of the bagpipers?!
    SilentScreamon April 03, 2003   Link
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    General Commentyup the bag pipers are friggen huge
    puppet_master_72on January 05, 2005   Link

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