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Suzy Sock Puppet Folklore/History: Irish Famine (641* d) RE: Folklore/History: Irish Famine 03 Aug 13


You can go,
But be back soon
You can go,
But while you're working.
This place,
I'm pacing round
Until you're home
Safe and sound

Fare thee well,
But be back soon
Who can tell
Where danger's lurking?
Do not forget this tune
Be back soon...

How could we forget
How could we let
Our dear old Fagin worry?
We love him so.
We'll come back home
In, oh, such a great big hurry

It's him that pays the piper.
It's us that pipes his tune
So long, fare thee well
Pip! Pip! Cheerio!
We'll be back soon...

You can go
But be back soon
You can go,
But bring back plenty
Of pocket handkerchiefs
And you should be clever thieves.
Whip it quick,
and be back soon
There's a sixpence here for twenty
Ain't that a lovely tune?
Be back soon...

Our pockets'll hold
A watch of gold
That chimes upon the hour
A wallet fat
An old man's hat
The crown jewels from the tower
We know the Bow Street Runners,
But they don't know this tune.

So long, fare thee well.
Pip! Pip! Cheerio!
We'll be back soon...

Cheerio, but be back soon.
I dunno, somehow I'll miss you
I love you, that why I
Say, "Cheerio"...
Not goodbye.

Don't be gone long but
Be back soon.
Give me one long,
Last look...
Bless you.
Remember our old tune...
Be back soon!

We must disappear,
We'll be back here,
Today, perhaps tomorrow.
We'll miss you too...




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