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Kilkenny Hurling Song Lyrics

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Come On Home Kilkenny song lyrics. Recorded by Thomas Jackman with Dermot Cullen and Jamie Fitzpatrick. A hurling song for ''The Cats''.

Come on home Kilkenny hurlers come on home
Bring Liam McCarthy back to your own
We'll be singing like before on the banks of the Nore
As Cody and his boys make history.

You did say Tipperary you did say
You'll never ever beat us on the day
The Black and Amber boys did show
That we already know
Where the real home of hurling is to be.

Come on home Kilkenny hurlers come on home
Bring Liam McCarthy back to your own
We'll be singing like before on the banks of the Nore
As Cody and his boys make history.

We're not Tipp. we're not Cork we're not Galway,
We're Kilkenny and proud we are to be,
It's when we go for 34, bring McCarthy to the Nore
We'll party like before wait and see.

Come on home Kilkenny hurlers come on home
Bring Liam McCarthy back to your own
We'll be singing like before on the banks of the Nore,
As Cody and his boys make history.

So when Cody sends his boys to take the field,
You know that we never ever yield
The tribesmen tried their best they put us to the test,
So the story will unfold you will see.

If you think you heard this tune before then your right, it was used for the ballad '' Go On Home British Soldiers''.

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