I brought my darling up to the ale house, And I lay on the bed and I spoke to him again? Cease your easy course? I will go to Galway to listen to the elders?
I won't return home until the spring cuckoo calls, All the men were Now I get whiskey and have a penny to spend, My cup of the dappled ale and my hound by my side. In the morning I will be with the long-beaked woodcocks, Until a yellow branch comes on the hazel and a flower on the grass?
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The glen from which John O'Dwyer took his epithet "an ghleanna" is a matter of uncertainty, and it has been variously supposed to be the Glen of Aherlow at the base of the Galtee Mountains, Glenlough, in the parish of Clonoulty, and Glenefy near Galbally. Enright, a native of County Limerick [O'Neill].
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