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I was twenty-four years old when I met the woman I would call my own
Twenty two grand kids now growing old in that house that your brother bought ya
Oh the summer day when I proposed, I made that wedding ring from [?] gold
And I asked her father, but her daddy said, “No, you won’t marry my daughter”

She and I went on the run
Don’t care about religion
I’m gonna marry the woman I love
Down by the wexford border
She was Nancy Mulligan, and I was William Sheeran
She took my name and then we were one
Down by the wexford border

Will I met her at [Guy’s?] in the second world war
She was working on a soldier’s ward
Never had I seen such beauty before
The second that I saw her
Nancy was my yellow rose
And we got married wearing borrowed clothes
We got eight children now growing old
Five sons and three daughters

She and I went on the run
Don’t care about religion
I’m gonna marry the woman I love
Down by the wexford border
She was Nancy Mulligan, and I was William Sheeran
She took my name and then we were one
Down by the wexford border

From her snow white in her [?] and jet black hair
Over sixty years I’ve been loving her
Now we’re sat by the fire in our old armchairs
You know Nancy I adore ya
From a farm boy born near Belfast town
I never worried about the king and crown
‘Cause I found my heart upon the southern ground
That’s the difference, I assure ya

She and I went on the run
Don’t care about religion
I’m gonna marry the woman I love
Down by the wexford border
She was Nancy Mulligan, and I was William Sheeran
She took my name and then we were one
Down by the wexford border

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