Among the Wicklow Hills cover
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Among the Wicklow Hills Lyrics Meanings
by Noel Kelehan, Daniel O'Donnell


Among the Wicklow Hills Lyrics

I've just recieved a letter from my home in Ireland
The scrible so fimaliar was my mothers feeble hand
A house that rang with music and of laughter now is still
Dear daddy is so lonely now among the Wicklow hills

As I gaze across the mountain I relive that moments joy
The same old Wicklow mountain where you ramble as a boy
You're photo as a child that pictures by my bedside still
Each night I pray that you'll come back home
Among the Wicklow hills

Do you remember long ago when in summer you would stroll
Down where the crystal mountain streem the Slaney waters flow
You recall a young companion who talks about you still
And you know who shes waiting to among the Wicklow hills

As I gaze across the mountain I relive a moments joy
The same old Wicklow mountain where you ramble as a boy
You're photo as a child that pictures by my bedside still
Each night I pray that you'll come back home
Among the Wicklow hills
Each night I pray that you'll come back home
Among the Wicklow hills

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