School: Garryshane (roll number 1886)

Location:
Garryshane, Co. Tipperary
Teacher:
Seán Ó Súilleabháin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0577, Page 133

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Twas down to Bridge Street corner
One morning we did stray,
We met some of the "Doggie" boys
Who this to us did say,
You've got to come out to Drundrum
You know its very far
And how are we to get there
Without a Motor-car.
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Oh Patrick dear, be of good cheer
I'll tell you what we'll do,
The motor-cars are plenty
But the "Bobs" are very few,
We'll slip across the road here
Before we walk so far,
And we'll give the dogs a jolly ride
In George's motor car,
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To the hill of crough we had to go
To warm up our feet,
The dogs wore lovely covers
Just to hide was was beneath,
We got aboard the Antartic craft
When her cargo it was full,
She listed on her Starboard side
She was packed up to her Hull,

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Collector
Margaret O' Dwyer
Gender
female
Address
Cloonmalonga, Co. Tipperary
Informant
Jeremiah O' Dwyer
Gender
male
Address
Cloonmalonga, Co. Tipperary
Language
English