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All the lyrics of Flogging Molly:

Grace Of God Go I
Black Friday Rule
Drunken Lullabies
Every Dog Has Its Day
What's Left Of The Flag
If I Ever Leave This World Alive
The Worst Day Since Yesterday
The Wanderlust
The Likes Of You Again
The Ol' Beggars Bush
Devil's Dance Floor
Salty Dog
Selfish Man
May The Living Be Dead (in Our Wake)
Rebels Of The Sacred Heart
Another Bag Of Bricks
Seven Deadly Sins
Cruel Mistress
The Kilburn High Road
Death Valley Queen
Requiem For A Dying Song
Within A Mile Of Home
Tomorrow Comes A Day Too Soon
Between A Man And A Woman
The Rare Ould Times
To Youth (My Sweet Roisin Dubh)
Far Away Boys
Screaming At The Wailing Wall
These Exiled Years
Factory Girls
Paddy's Lament
The Son Never Shines (on Closed Doors)
You Won't Make A Fool Out Of Me
Queen Anne's Revenge
Sentimental Johnny
Tobacco Island
The Wrong Company
With A Wonder And A Wild Desire
Us Of Lesser Gods
Punch Drunk Grinning Soul
The Spoken Wheel
Man With No Country
Never Met A Girl Like You Before
Whistles The Wind
Don't Let Me Die Still Wondering
Life In A Tenement Square
The Story So Far
Don't Shut 'Em Down
Fuck You, I'm Drunk
The Seven Deadly Sins
The Lightning Storm
Speed of Darkness
Lightning Storm
The Power's Out
The Heart of the Sea
On The Back Of A Broken Dream
Whistles Of The Wind
Every Dog Has His Day
Saints & Sinners
What Made Milwaukee Famous (Made A Loser Out Of Me)
A Prayer for Me in Silence
So Sail On
The Cradle of Humankind
Oliver Boy (All of Our Boys)
Rise Up
This Present State of Grace
Kiss My Irish Ass
From The Back Of A Broken Dream
Irish Drinking Song
Light of a Fading Star
The Sun Never Shines (On Closed Doors)
Drink and fight
Life In Tenement Square
If I Ever Leave This World Ali
Light Of A Fading Start
The Light of a Fading Star
Whistles in the Wind
Seven Drunken Nights
Spoken Wheel
The Rare Old Times
Dont Let me Die Still Wonderin'
Worst Day since Yesterday
Tomorrow Comes a Day to Soon
Seven Drunkin Nights
Prayer for Me in Silence
The Hand Of John L. Sullivan