As you slide down the banister of life,
May the splinters never point in the wrong direction!
Dance as if no one were watching,
Sing as if no one were listening,
And live every day as if it were your last.
For each petal on the shamrock
This brings a wish your way -
Good health, good luck, and happiness
For today and every day.
Go mbeannai Dia duit (May God Bless You)
Here’s to a long life and a merry one
A quick death and an easy one
A pretty girl and an honest one
A cold beer and another one!
If you’re enough lucky to be Irish... You’re lucky enough!
I’m looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before
One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain,
Third is the roses that grow in the lane.
No need explaining the one remaining
Is somebody I adore.
I’m looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before.
Leprechauns, castles, good luck and laughter
Lullabies, dreams, and love ever after.
Poems and songs with pipes and drums
A thousand welcomes when anyone comes.
That’s the Irish for you!
May God grant you many years to live,
For sure he must be knowing
The earth has angels all to few
And Heaven is overflowing.
May luck be our companion
May friends stand by our side
May history remind us all
Of Ireland’s faith and pride.
May God bless us with happiness
May love and faith abide.
May the best day of your past
Be the worst day of your future.
May the lilt of lush laughter lighten ever road,
May the midst of Irish magic shorten every road.
May you taste the sweetest pleasures
that fortune ever bestowed,
And may all your friends remember
all the favors you are owed.
May the wind at your back
Not be the result
Of the corned beef and cabbage
You had for lunch.
May those who love us, love us
And those who don’t love us,
May God turn their hearts
And if he can’t turn their hearts,
May he turn their ankles
So we will know them by their limping!
May you always have
Walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain,
Tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire!
May you be in
Heaven a half hour before the
Devil knows you’re dead!
May you have:
A world of wishes at your command
God and his angels close at hand
Friends and family their love impart,
And Irish blessings in you heart.
May you live as long as you want,
And never want as long as you live.
May you live to be a hundred years
With one extra year to repent.
May your blessings outnumber
The shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you
Wherever you go.
May your home always be too small to hold all your friends.
God is good, but never dance in a small boat.
May your neighbours respect you,
Troubles neglect you,
The angels protect you,
And Heaven accept you.
May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light,
May good luck pursue you each morning and night,
My wild Irish rose
The sweetest flower that grows
You may search everywhere
But none can compare to my wild Irish rose
My wild Irish rose
The sweetest flower that grows
Someday for my sake she may let me take
A bloom from my wild Irish rose.
O Ireland isn’t it grand you look
like a bride in her rich adornin?
And with all the pent up love of my heart
I bid you the top o’ the mornin!
There are many good reasons for drinking,
One has just entered my head.
If a man doesn’t drink when he’s living,
How in the hell can he drink when he’s dead?
There’s a dear little plant that grows in our isle,
’Twas St. Patrick himself, sure, that sets it;
And the sun of his labor with pleasure did smile,
And with dew from his eye often wet it.
It grows through the bog, through the brake, through the mireland,
And they call it the dear little Shamrock of Ireland.
These things I warmly wish to you-
Someone to love
Some work to do
A bit o’ sun
A bit o’ cheer
And a guardian angel always near.
’Tis better to buy a small bouquet
And give to your friend this very day,
Than a bushel of roses white and red
To lay on his coffin after he’s dead.
When Irish eyes are smiling,
Tis like a morn in spring.
With a lilt of Irish laughter
You can hear the angels sing
When Irish hearts are happy
All the world is bright and gay
When Irish eyes are smiling
Sure, they steal your heart away.
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Death may be the greatest of all human blessings. - Socrates
I've had Irish skin from the time I was a young girl. - Lara Flynn Boyle
Bless your little Irish heart and every other Irish part. - Irish Blessings
If it was raining soup, the Irish would go out with forks. - Brendan Behan
Ireland is a fruitful mother of genius, but a barren nurse. - Unknown
My Irish derivation has nothing to do with me. Why should it? - Carroll O'Connor
I miss Irish milk. Probably not as much as Superquinn sausages. - Tristan MacManus
God invented whiskey to prevent the Irish from ruling the world. - Irish Saying
I'm from durable stock. I'm made to work. I'm Irish. - Mary McCormack
Irish people are educated not only about artistry but local history. - Fiona Shaw
Other people have a nationality. The Irish and the Jews have a psychosis. - Brendan Behan
Being Irish is very much a part of who I am. I take it everywhere with me. - Colin Farrell
What's the use of being Irish if the world doesn't break your heart? - Unknown
Under the English legal system you are innocent until you are shown to be Irish. - Ted Whitehead
If you're Irish, it doesn't matter where you go - you'll find family. - Victoria Smurfit
My mother is Irish, my father is black and Venezuelan, and me - I'm tan, I guess. - Mariah Carey
We failed, but in the good providence of God, apparent failure often proves a blessing. - Robert E Lee
There are only two kinds of people in the world: the Irish and those who wish they were. - Irish Saying
There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are blessings given to us to learn from. - Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
It is such a blessing to have been called, however unworthy, to be the handmaid of the Lord. - Florence Nightingale
The trouble with Ireland is that it's a country full of genius, with absolutely no talent. - Hugh Leonard
Irish boomerang: It doesn't come back, it just sings sad songs about how much it wants to. - Unknown
Let's just say, I'm Irish. I grew up in the 1950s. Religion had a very tight iron fist. - Liam Neeson
Ireland is a small but insuppressible island half an hour nearer the sunset than Great Britain. - Thomas Kettle
I grew up in an Irish Catholic family, and I think they force you to watch every James Cagney movie. - Jimmy Fallon
I think I'm going to keep my Irish accent forever now in any movie I make, because chicks dig it. - Chris O'Dowd
The problem with being Irish is having 'Riverdance' on your back. It's a burden at times. - Roddy Doyle
I'm Irish on St. Patrick's Day. I'm Italian on Columbus Day. I'm a New Yorker every day. - Tamara Tunie
May you always walk in sunshine. May you never want for more. May Irish angels rest their wings right beside your door. - Irish Blessings
Forgiveness isn't just a blessing you deliver to another human being. Forgiveness is also a gift you give yourself. - Robin S Sharma
The trained nurse has become one of the great blessings of humanity, taking a place beside the physician and the priest. - William Osler
For my last meal, I'd want an Irish breakfast with soda bread and one of my dad's omelettes with three or four eggs. - Erin O'Connor
Isn't it a very curious thing that St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland an' the English brought in the fleas. - Frank McCourt
Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some. - Charles Dickens
Today will never come again. Be a blessing. Be a friend. Encourage someone. Take time to care. Let your words heal, and not wound. - Unknown
With such riches as I have in life, you're always nervous. Being Irish, you're waiting for something to knock it sideways. - Pierce Brosnan
It is Ireland's sacred duty to send over, every few years, a playwright to save the English theatre from inarticulate glumness. - Kenneth Tynan
I'm Irish, so I'm used to odd stews. I can take it. Just throw a lot of carrots and onions in there and I'll call it dinner. - Liam Neeson
Our ancestors believed in magic, prayers, trickery, browbeating and bullying. I think it would be fair to sum that up as 'Irish politics'. - Flann O'Brien
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