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Mrs. McGrath. "Oh, Mrs. McGrath," the sergeant said "Would you like to make a soldier of your son Ted With a scarlet coat and a big cocked hat Now Mrs. McGrath would you like that?" With me too-rye-ay Foddle -diddle-day With me toorye oorye oorye -ay

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Mrs mcgrath

Mrs. McGrath

  • "Oh, Mrs. McGrath," the sergeant said

  • "Would you like to make a soldier of your son Ted

  • With a scarlet coat and a big cocked hat

  • Now Mrs. McGrath would you like that?"

  • With me too-rye-ay Foddle-diddle-day

  • With me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me toorye-ay Foddle diddle day

  • Me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • Now Mrs. McGrath lived on the sea shore

  • And after seven years or more

  • She spied a ship coming into the bay

  • With her son from far away


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Mrs. McGrath (Page 2)

  • "Oh captain dear, where have ye been?

  • You been sailing on the Mediterranean?

  • Have you news of my son Ted?

  • Is he living or is he dead?"

  • With me too-rye-ay Foddle-diddle-day

  • With me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me toorye-ay Foddle diddle day

  • Me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • Then up came Ted without any legs

  • And in their place two wooden pegs

  • She kissed him a dozen times or two

  • And said "My God Ted is it you"?


Mrs mcgrath page 3

Mrs. McGrath (Page 3)

  • Now were ye drunk or were ye blind

  • When ye left yer two fine legs behind?

  • Or was it walking upon the sea

  • That wore your two fine legs away?"

  • With me too-rye-ay Foddle-diddle-day

  • With me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me toorye-ay Foddle diddle day

  • Me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • Now I wasn't drunk and I wasn't blind

  • When I left my two fine legs behind

  • A cannonball on the fifth of May

  • Tore my two fine legs away


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Mrs. McGrath (Page 4)

  • "My, Teddy boy," the widow cried

  • "Yer two fine legs were yer mother’s pride

  • Stumps of a tree wouldn't do at all

  • Why didn't ye run from the cannon ball?"

  • With me too-rye-ay Foddle-diddle-day

  • With me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me toorye-ay Foddle diddle day

  • Me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • "All foreign wars I do proclaim

  • Live on blood and a mother’s pain

  • I’d rather have my son as he used to be

  • Than the King of America and his whole Navy!


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Mrs. McGrath (Page 4)

  • With me too-rye-ay Foddle-diddle-day

  • With me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me toorye-ay Foddle diddle day

  • Me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me too-rye-ay Foddle-diddle-day

  • With me tooryeooryeoorye-ay

  • With me toorye-ay Foddle diddle day

  • Me tooryeooryeoorye-ay


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