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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Irish Drinking Poem

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
I’ll make him dance and sing a song
And we’ll have fun the whole nightlong -
Just me and my Leprechaun.

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
The Emerald Isle is where I belong
Then we shall right all the wrongs -
Just me and my Leprechaun.

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
I’ll make my wagers to the throngs
In drinking games we shall stay strong -
Just me and my Leprechaun.

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
Its countryside spurs me like a prong
We’ll admire its beauty all yearlong -
Just me and my Leprechaun.

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
To the rainbow I’ll run headlong
A pot of gold we’ll claim erelong -
Just me and my Leprechaun.

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
My friends think I’m too headstrong
But this I’ve needed all along -
Just me and my Leprechaun.

I’m off to catch a Leprechaun
And maybe a girl before too long
My friends still say I’m hitting the bong -
Well, just me and my Leprechaun.

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