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St. Patrickís Day

Patrick was not that old,
When he was taken to Green white and gold
His mother was frantic
When he was near the Atlantic
And offered a reward of gold.

By
Julie Oí Hara

 

St. Patrick

There was a young from Wales,
Who became the patron saint,
He was captured by Niall,
But just for a while
And then he banished the snakes

By Leanne Cullinane

St. Patrick

There once was a very young saint
That banished all the snakes.
He came in 432
With a lot of work to do.
But alive anymore he ainít.

By:
Dervla Walsh

 

Hurray, hurray itís St Patrickís day,
Put on your shamrock thatís what I say.
Green, white and gold everywhere,
And nobody has a single care.
Everyoneís happy and gay.

By Jason Cahill

 

St Paddyís Day is here,
Everybody is drinking beer,
A sea of Green, White and Gold
Blowing in the cold,
And now itís over, back next year

Dean Murphy

 

St Paddys day
Is what we say
Come come come
Come join the fun
Thatís the way of St Paddys day

BY SEAN O NEILL

 

GREEN,WHITE AND GOLD
IS WHAT WE HOLD
TODAY IS PADDYS DAY
LET THE WORLD BE TOLD

BY SEAN O NEILL

 

 

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