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Hillheader Lyr Add: The Rose of Clare (4) Lyr Add: THE ROSE OF CLARE 02 Aug 03


I tried to find this song previously in the DT but could not. I've copied it from a CD I have and hopefully have picked it up correctly. It's a beautiful ballad.

THE ROSE OF CLARE

Oh my lovely rose of Clare, you're the sweetest girl I know,
You're the queen of all the roses, the pretty flowers that grow,
You are the sunshine of my life, so beautiful and fair,
And I will always love you, my lovely rose of Clare.

The sun it shone out like a jewel, on the lovely hills of Clare,
When I strolled along with my sweet lass, one evening at the fair,
Her eyes they shone like silver streams, with her long long golden hair,
And I won the heart of a young sweet lass, my lovely rose of Clare.

Oh my lovely rose of Clare, you're the sweetest girl I know,
You're the queen of all the roses, the pretty flowers that grow,
You are the sunshine of my life, so beautiful and fair,
And I will always love you, my lovely rose of Clare.

As we walked down by the river bank, the Shannon flowing by,
And listened to the nightingale, sing songs for you and I,
And now to say goodbye, farewell to all you true and fair,
For I have stolen the heart of one, my lovely rose of Clare.

Oh my lovely rose of Clare, you're the sweetest girl I know,
You're the queen of all the roses, the pretty flowers that grow,
You are the sunshine of my life, so beautiful and fair,
And I will always love you, my lovely rose of Clare.

Davebhoy


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