"The Blarney Stone" as written by and Michael Melchiondo....
Get off my ass you wee bitty fuck
If I pull out the claymore you're shit outta luck
Who's that girl, that pretty young thing
After I fuck her she'll get up and sing

Aye aye aye, sharpen your boot, and bludgeon your eye
Aye aye aye, the blarney stone brings a tear to me eye

Down to the pub for a two shilling ale
The bread on the counter is going stale
If I don't get some fresh bread soon
Gonna punch you in your face and bark at the moon

Aye aye aye, sharpen your boot, and bludgeon your eye
Aye aye aye, the blarney stone brings a tear to me eye

Ain't got no girl 'cause I haven't the time
Got too many other things on me mind
Patty was nice she was pale and cute
But I threw her away like an old piece of fruit

Aye aye aye, sharpen your boot, and bludgeon your eye
Aye aye aye, the blarney stone brings a tear to me eye

Got ooze in my pores my feet are all wet
Got mold in my ears but I ain't dead yet
Got stones in me bladder got a crack in me head
When patty starts cryin' this is what I said

Aye aye aye, sharpen your boot, and bludgeon your eye
Aye aye aye, the blarney stone brings a tear to me eye


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"The Blarney Stone" as written by Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman

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    General CommentGod I love this song. Very anthemic. I just want to start singing this in public sometime and see what reaction I get.
    majestikmoose9on September 19, 2006   Link

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