A chant sung by Celtic fans about BHOYS Of The Old Brigade.
"Oh father, why are you so sad,
on this bright Easter morn?
when Irishmen are proud and glad
of the land where they we're born."
"oh, son, I see in memories view
of far off distant days,
when, being just a lad like you,
i joined the Ira
where are the lads who stood with me
when history was made?
oh, grádh mo chroí, I long to see
the Boys of the Old Brigade.
in hills and farms the call to arms
was heard by one and all,
and from the glens came brave young men
to answer Ireland's call.
'twas long ago we faced the foe,
the old brigade and me,
but by my side they fought and they died
that Ireland might be free.
Submitted by: Tom Williams on Thursday 27 March 2014 at 02:23
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