The Parting Glass (Hollens Peter)

Of all the money, e'er I had I sent it in good company. And all the harm I have ever done, 'alas it was to none but me. And all I've done for want and wit, to memory now can't recall, so fill to me the parting glass Goodnight and joy be with you all. So fill to me a parting glass, And drink a health wather'er befalls Then gently rise and softly call Goodnight and joy be to jou all Of all the comrades that e'er I had They're sorry for my going away and all the sweetheards taht e'er had They'd wish me one more day to stay. But since it falls into my lot, then I should rise and you shoud not, I'll gently rise and softly call Goodnight and joy be to you all Fill to me a parting glass And drink a health wather'er befalls Then gently rise and softly call Goodnight and joy be to jou all Fill to me a parting glass And drink a health wather'er befalls Then gently rise and softly call Goodnight and joy be to jou all