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The Lucky Horseshoe

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The Lucky Horseshoe Lyrics By Gerry Guthrie. An Irish country song.

He walked into the Blacksmiths Forge,
A well dressed man, his name was George,
He said ''Good Morning Smithy Just The Man I Want To See''.
My daughter's pony threw a shoe, I was advised to come to you,
If you could replace it I'll gladly pay your fee.

His daughter brought the pony in, the blacksmith's eyes could not take in.
The beauty of the lady standing by the door.
And when she smiled and said ''Hello'', deep in his heart he felt a glow,
That day the blacksmith's life was changed forever more.
Chorus
Her father was a wealthy man, with many acres of fine land,
A twenty two room mansion with a panoramic view,
I've heard it said that love is blind, he couldn't change his daughter's mind,
She fell in love with the blacksmith who made her pony shoe.

On the day that they were married, they rode in a horse-drawn carriage,
With four high stepping ponies, two were black and two were blue,
With seats of satin lining, the buckles that were shining,
But they couldn't match her beauty on her wedding day.

Well now you heard the story, of the blacksmith and the lady,
Some may thing it's fiction, some may think it's true,
I've never been to a wedding, where among the gifts the bride will get,
Someone will always give her a lucky old horse shoe.

Her daddy was a wealthy man, with many acres of fine land,
A twenty two room mansion with a panoramic view,
I've heard it said that love is blind, he couldn't change his daughter's mind,
She fell in love with the blacksmith who made her pony shoe.

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