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Thursday, August 17, 2006

The Royston Road

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To the Royston Road, we made our way,
To kick our heels and rejoice,
Were children of all ages wore the green,
And voices sang songs of the Bhoys.

The League was won, and to celebrate
We drank a dozen cans of lager,
And from Parkhead to the Royston Road
Some young men, they did stagger.

To demonstrate the Celtic way
We wore our hoops of green & white,
As the street party on the Royston Road
Lasted into the wee hours of the night.

The Royston Road was crowned that day
The capital of old Ireland,
As we drank with joy and toasted the Bhoys,
The day Celtic became League Champions.


Aug’10th 2005
Daniel McDonagh
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