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This One's For You

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This One's For You song lyrics by The Furey Brothers And Davie Arthur. written by Terry Bradford and a tribute to  Paul Furey who was the accordion player in the group. It's also a tribute to their mother. A fine song by the lads, it must be very difficult to sing such a sad and personal song on stage. It nearly had me in tears listening to it and writing out the words.

Ah you turn the pages of your life
See friend's that come and go
But ? to you are just a man
That everyone should know
From perfect stock, that kind of rock
That makes this world bind
And though the sun shone bright for you
You left us just the same.

This one's for you buddy, where ever you may be,
I never really told you what your friendship meant to me
The glass or two buddy, to stir the memory
And though my eyes can't see you, in my heart you'll always be

And with so many precious moments, I don't know where to start
'Cause Paul you played the kind of way that walked right through the heart
And with a pint and a spoof, you were living proof of how to play the game
With so much left to give the world you left us just the same.

This one's for you brother, where ever you may be
I never really told you what your music ment to me
The glass or two brother, to stir the memory
And though my eyes can't see you, in my heart you'll always be.

And the real old fashioned lady, with goodness through and through
Ma you were the greatest woman that I ever knew
You handed me my gift of life and helped me stake my claim
I never thought you'd go away but you left us just the same.

This one's for you mammy, where ever you may be,
I never really told you what your loving meant to me
A glass or two mammy, to stir the memory,
And though my eyes can't see you in my heart you'll always be.

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