Daniel O'Donnell - My Donegal Shore Lyrics

Oh, I know it’s not right, reminiscing tonight
Of days that are gone and returning no more
For the girl I dream of, has a another mans love
Far, far away on a Donegal shore.

But why should I care for she’s happy o’er there
She may have children, she may be wealthy or poor
But I can’t help my dreams of what might have been
If I stayed at home on my Donegal shore.

Now it’s winter time there, all the trees will be bare
And the rainclouds will darken my native Gweedore
But if that girl I could hold every raindrop would be gold
It could fall all around us on my Donegal shore.

--- Instrumental ---

Now there’s no one to blame but before she took his name
When she told me she loved him, it hurt me to the core
But I could never descend, to be only her friend
So I left her there on my Donegal shore.

Now it’s winter time there, all the trees will be bare
And the rainclouds will darken my native Gweedore
But if that girl I could hold, every raindrop would be gold
It could fall all around us on my Donegal shore.

But if that girl I could hold, every raindrop would be gold
It could fall all around us on my Donegal shore...
 

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