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Eurovision 1967 Ireland:
Sean Dunphy - "If I Could Choose"


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If I could choose


They envy me, my hills of Clare
The white gulls calling in the soft sea air
So much to lose
And yet I'd leave the hills of Clare
And live in a desert if I had you there
What would I lose if I could choose?

If I could choose a place to walk with you
I'd choose the longest road
And it would lead us to a house that no one knew
Bellows by the fire, and the turf smoke rising higher
Than the lark that wings and always sings of you

If I could choose a time to talk with you
I'd choose the longest day
And over all the hills of Clare, I'd shout the news
I would tell them how a day could last forever
And I'd never leave your side if I could choose

If I could choose a time to talk with you
I'd choose the longest day
And over all the hills of Clare, I'd shout the news
I would tell them how a day could last forever
And I'd never leave your side if I could choose

Ireland 1967

ArtistSean Dunphy
TitleIf I Could Choose
ComposerMichael Coffey
LyricistWesley Burrowes
ConductorNoel Kelehan
EventEurovision Song Contest 1967 Vienna
 Result 1967
Position2 / 17
Points22
Running order17

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