|St. Patrick was a gentleman|
Who through strategy and stealth
Drove all the snakes from Ireland.
Here's toasting to his health.
But not too many toastings
Lest you lose yourself and then
Forget the good St. Patrick
And see all those snakes again.
|I've drank to your health in taverns,|
I've drank to your health in my home,
I've drank to your health so damn many times,
I believe I've ruined my own!
|There are good ships, and there are wood ships,|
The ships that sail the sea.
But the best ships, are friendships,
And may they always be.
|There are only two kinds of people in the world, The Irish|
And those who wish they were.
|There's the joy of ole' Killarney, in these wishes meant for you;|
There's a bit of Irish blarney, and a touch of magic too --
There's a wish of lots of laughter, and good luck, be sure o' that;
And a wish that all your dreams may come true in no time flat.
|Here's to you, as good as you are.|
Here's to me as bad as I am.
As good as you are and as bad as I am,
I'm as good as you are, as bad as I am.
|Here's to you and here's to me.|
May we never disagree.
But should we start to fight and 'cuss,
Here's to me.
Here's to it and for it and do it again.
For those that get to it
And refuse to do it,
May never get to it
To do it again.
|Lets all put our dancin shoes and wear our shamrocks green and toast our friends both here and there and everywhere between.
|Health and life to you;|
The mate of your choice to you;
Land without rent to you,
And death in Eirinn.
|Here's to you and yours|
And to mine and ours.
And if mine and ours
Ever come across to you and yours,
I hope you and yours will do
As much for mine and ours
As mine and ours have done
For you and yours!
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