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Me and Mary Ann

If I was a rose in Cleveland
I'd cast a petal into flight
Catch a westerly and even
Stop in Kerry for the night

I came upon a church in Dingle
Took my supper in its light
Crosses, fairy lights all twinkle
An apostle by her side

Slate roofs
Storm washed houses
Those Ormond tiles are strong
Salt Rain
Turning southward
Me and Mary Ann
Me and Mary Ann

And sometime I was early risen
I stripped and dived by the waterside
Some day this side of heaven
I'll take that dolphin for a ride

Salt rain
Turning southward
Blowing sand
Catch a breath
Take us homeward
Me and Mary Ann
Me and Mary Ann
Me and Mary Ann

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