Deep Dungarvon Rolls

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Whelan's "Dungarvon Whooper" Song
... forever green, Form a contrast to the beech and birches grey, Where the snow lies white and deep, And the song birds seem to sleep, And cease their sweetest singing all the day ... strong, Where the caribou and deer Swim the brooks so crystal clear, And the mighty deep Dungarvon rolls along ... Where the saws and axes ring, And the woodsmen wildly sing, And the dark and deep Dungarvon sweeps along ...

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