RALE McMULLIN STYLE.
Words by Ed. Harrigan. Music by Dave Braham.
Oh! I am a rale descindent of McMullin from Glendall;
For beauty and education the Me.Mullin's bate them all;
The name is handed down from the days of Adam's time,
Wid the greatest admiration, I claim the name as mine.
For I walk wid stately tread. I keep up my noble head,
I'm a credit to my country. Erin's Isle;
McMullin is my name, without any fear or shame
I'd stand out here forinst you in the rale McMullin style.
My father often tould me never tell a lie,
I always help a beggar if I saw him passing by;
Be free and independent as a bird that flies the air.
Let my heart be like a dove and my spirit like a bear.-Chorus.
Mr. Shakespere's brain said there's nothing in a name,
But he was a total stranger to Mc.Mullin all the while;
For, if he'd lived to-day, one tiling he'd surely sayThere's nothing can compare, my boys, to rale McMullin style.-Chorus.
My father's blood is in my veins, and McMullin is my name.
It's known from Ireland unto the river Nile,
And when you have bad luck, don't cry out like a duck,
But put your shoulder to it In the rale McMullin style.-Chorus.