"Clifton Grange Hotel" as written by and Philip Parris Lynott....
Pack up your bags
Leave family society
Oh come with me
Where they treat you well

At the door
Old Lou the Jew
Will welcome you
In the corner lies the hotel

At this refuge of mercy
Head of the table
King of laughter

And if you speak too much
In company
You'll soon be heard
By that Mynah bird and whiskey

At the top
You'll find another brother
Go ask my Mother
She knows them all very well, hotel

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"Clifton Grange Hotel" as written by Philip Parris Lynott

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