The Found Leader

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(Air: Molly Malone.)

'Tis Justin Macarthy
That now leads our party:
He was born in the beautiful city of Cork:
He has wrote for quare papers,
And cut some quare capers,
And got through a wonderful deal of loose talk:

He once drove his barrow
Through streets wide and narrow
Singing novels, bad novels and other bad books:
And other bad boo-ooks
And other bad boo-ooks,
Singing novels, bad novels and other bad books!

He consults pretty freely
With Timothy Healy,
And is mighty polite to the former Lord Mayor:
And he'll often be sighing
That William O'Brien
And good Mr Dillon can never be there:

But he once &c. &c.

The devices of Parnell
Are truly infarnal
And he fights like a man with his back to the wall:
But the divil is in it
If Justin can't win it,
For bedad he can keep the commandments and all:

But he once drove &c. &c.

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.