It takes two to get together
It takes time to make it last
'Till we'll all end up in some ways
Like the drink in last night's glass
But we take this chance together
Let's not think about the end
Never mind the strangers 'cause I'll always
Be your friend
Until the end

We've crossed the seas together
We've had our ups and downs
We've gone further then we ever dreamed
From our county Galway town
Well, if we're up on top tomorrow
Or if it all just ends
Never mind the strangers 'cause I'll always
Be your friend
Until the end

Oh, it hasn't all been easy
But sure, that's the way it goes
Been shaken, rocked, and rattled
Taken jabs and body blows
But there's a strength in being together
Like a steel bar that won't bend
Never mind the strangers 'cause I'll always
Be your friend
Until the end

Even now it's hard to think back
When did it all begin
Was it some night drinking in Gay Brown's Call
Every soul is welcomed in
On this fine summer's evening
And the blue of night descends
Never mind the strangers 'cause I'll always
Be your friend
Until the end

We've seen the other side of life
And not been too impressed
It doesn't beat a day at home
If you put it to the test
But at least we took the challenge
We didn't just pretend
Never mind the strangers 'cause I'll always
Always be your friend
Until the end


Lyrics submitted by nuku42

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