Some say the devil is dead, the devil is dead, the devil is dead
Some say the devil is dead and buried in Killarney
More say he rose again, more say he rose again, more say he rose again
And joined the British army

Feed the pigs and milk the cow, milk the cow, milk the cow
Feed the pigs and milk the cow, so early in the morning
Paddy, dear, I'm over here! Paddy, dear, I'm over here! Paddy, dear, I'm over here!
It's time to stop your yawning

Some say the devil is dead, the devil is dead, the devil is dead
Some say the devil is dead and buried in Killarney
More say he rose again, more say he rose again, more say he rose again
And joined the British army

Mary, she is tall and thin, tall and thin, tall and thin
Mary, she is tall and thin. She likes a drop of brandy
Drinks it in the bed at night, drinks it in the bed at night, drinks it in the bed at night
It makes her nice and randy

Some say the devil is dead, the devil is dead, the devil is dead
Some say the devil is dead and buried in Killarney
More say he rose again, more say he rose again, more say he rose again
And joined the British army

My wife, she has a hairy thing, a hairy thing, a hairy thing
My wife, she has a hairy thing, she showed it to me Sunday
She bought it in the fur shop, bought it in the fur shop, bought it in the fur shop.
It's going back on Monday

More say he rose again, more say he rose again, more say he rose again
And joined the British army


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