In The Beat Of An Irish Heart

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The Beat of an Irish Heart

 

The time is not for I to see,

With Glens of Antrim at the core of me.

A thought will pass and go on by,

A sunny side, a searing sky,

With angels dancing in castles green,

This land of ours needs a noble deed.

A people strong but oh how we grieve

The beat of an Irish heart

In the beat of an Irish heart

 

Where the rhythm is slow

Where the postman once went

In a town gone by

Where many once walked by.

And memories are made

On every pavement laid

So when we walk on cobbled stone

Stop for laughter share a tale

Sometime, somewhere, maybe someone.... sees.

 The beat of an Irish heart

In the beat of an Irish heart

 

Fear grips, Good versus evil

For Good will prevail

As sure as the sail that crosses the ocean

The sky's not black; today it's blue,

Deep blue, shimmering nightly blue. 

The beat of this Irish heart

In the beat of this Irish heart

 

Written by Maurice Lennon