Christmas In Killarney
Bing Crosby Lyrics


The holly green, the ivy green
The prettiest picture you've ever seen
Is Christmas in Killarney
With all of the folks at home

It's nice, you know, to kiss your beau
While cuddling under the mistletoe
And Santa Claus you know, of course
Is one of the boys from home
The door is always open
The neighbors pay a call
And Father John before he's gone
Will bless the house and all

How grand it feels to click your heels
And join in the fun of the jigs and reels
I'm handing you no blarney
The likes you've never known
Is Christmas in Killarney
With all of the folks at home

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc., CARLIN AMERICA INC
Written by: Frank Weldon, James Cavanaugh, John Redmond

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Ellie Jae

For anyone who wants to sing along 🥳Merry Christmas 🎁
..........
The holly green, the ivy green
The prettiest picture you've ever seen
Is Christmas in Killarney
With all of the folks at home

It's nice, you know, to kiss your beau
While cuddling under the mistletoe
And Santa Claus you know, of course
Is one of the boys from home

The door is always open
The neighbors pay a call
And Father John before he's gone
Will bless the house and all

How grand it feels to click your heels
And join in the fun of the jigs and reels
I'm handing you no blarney
The likes you've never known
Is Christmas in Killarney
With all of the folks at home
🎶🎶



All comments from YouTube:

Wutaii1 Nostalgia

One of the most "Irish" songs for Christmas ever made

Jeff Schauer

Shane McGowan exempt for now

MiniAmethyst

There's more irish Christmas songs than this on the clancy brothers Christmas album

George Vreeland Hill

It's not Christmas without a song by Bing.
Merry Christmas!

The Grinch

George Vreeland Hill small bing

Scooter Mcpeanuts

1:48
I constantly replay this song just for this ONE moment. I´m absolutely obsessed with the sound of it.

Squirrel Butler

@Philippians 3:13-14 Yep, we Celts know the skirl of the pipes.

Now, the "scurl" of the pipes...not so much....

Philippians 3:13-14

They're simulating the scurl of the "pipes" my friend. It strikes a chord in those of us with Celtic roots especially.

Samson Knapp

agreed

Jared Freiburger

same!

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