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 Posted: Sat Apr 4th, 2020 04:34 pm
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I know you're a city
what a pity
You'll always be
my town
Dublin town

I'm going into town
I never said the city


Dymphna was a hairdresser
her client Norah
a window dresser


Both now dead
walking around the empty city

John Ryan from the creamery
holding court at the Bailey


Anthony Cronin
dead as doornails

Mrs. McColough
having tea in Bewley's
she's dead as well

Patrick Kavanagh
down by the canal

Luke Kelly on
Raglan Road

Over in Glasnevin cemetery
word got around
the town is empty
let's all walk around

Their walking the city
of the Dead

Last edited on Sun Apr 5th, 2020 08:46 am by Potabasil

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