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Words written by Jonn L. Z1eBeER, expressly for Mr. P. J. Gannen, the young 
Trish Comedian and Vocalist, and sung by him only. 


— Ocu my heart still yearns for my good ould Irish Home, 

Though grieving may all be in vain, 

Bad luck till the day that I ever thought to roam, 
For [ll never see my ecounthry again ; 

Methinks I can see my own little cabin door— 
The thought makes my poor bosom swell, 

‘But sadyis my fate—I will never see it more— 
So my good ould Irish home fare thee well. 


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Cuorvs :—Thin spake no more of comfort; oh, spake no more I pray, 
For my heart still turns to the home I’ve left behind, 
To my poor, but happy home far away. 


~ Pil sit no more by the bright and blazing fire 

Where the praties were boiling so rare ; 

Pll toil no more till my limbs begin to tire, 
With my heart rint with sorrow and care ; 

But the thought will come like a dhrame unto my mind 
And whisper so softly, yet plain, 

“Och Paddy, forget not the home you’ve left behind, 
Though you never may behould it again.” 


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