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Back Home To Donegal Song Lyrics By Margo. An Irish country music song, written by Michael Maloney.

Back home to Donegal your the pride of them all
Your people are so kind and so true
And no matter where I roam I'm always going home
Donegal I'm coming home to you.

Oh I've sailed on the tide I've climed the mountain side
I've travelled the east and the west
But no matter where I roam I'm always going home
Donegal I love you still the best.

I remember the day when I went so far away
I bid a fond farewell
With a tear in my eye I said goodbye
Saying to my darling I'll return again.

With my life's sails unfurled I've travelled the world
Many's a grand scene I recall
But the sweetest of these to my mind's so please
Was wondering through my native Donegal.

I've travelled all around through Letterkenny Town
To Buncrana on the native Foyle
And all along the Rosses Shore and lovely Green Gweedore
Bundoran in the good old summer time.

And the wee birds did sing their mellow notes to bring
Each tender voice I recall
Ah but when the world I've seen I'm going back to the Isle of Green
Back home to my native Donegal

Oh I've sailed on the tide I've climbed the mountain side
I've travelled the east and the west
But no matter where I roam I'm always going home
Donegal I love you still the best.

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