"Limerick, You're a Lady" as written by and Dennis Allan....
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Limerick, you're a lady,
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Your Shannon waters tears of joy that flow,
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The beauty that surrounds you,
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I take it with me love where ere I go,
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While waking in the arms of distant waters,
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A new day finds me far away from home,
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Then Limerick, you're a lady,
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The one true love that I have ever known.

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As children you and I, spent endless days of fun,
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In winter snow or summers golden sun,
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We fished in silver springs, the fabric of my dreams,
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Was fashioned by your loveliness, and so I have to say,


A gift that time has made, to travelers on their way,

Seeking out the beauty of our land,

A shrine where children pray, and bells ring out to say,

Thank God we're living just to feel, the freedom of each day,


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"Limerick You're a Lady" as written by Dennis Allan


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