A happy, generous nature, a friendly spirit too - these are the
gifts Saint Patrick has surely given you - and may every day to come
bring a generous part of all the happy things in life that keep joy
in your heart.
A wish that every day for you will be happy from the start and may
you always have good luck and a song within your heart.
All the little leprechauns in Ireland’s sunny isle couldn’t bring
you all the luck I’m wishing you the while.
All the luck o’the Irish I’m happy to send you with a wish that good
fortune and joy may attend you.
May good fortune be yours, may
your joys never end.
As he brought new faith to Ireland so may he bring to you, a touch
of Irish happiness in everything you do - and like the good Saint
Patrick may your home and life be blessed with all God’s special
favors that make you happiest.
As sure as the shamrocks are growing in the land which the Irish all
love, as sure as the lakes of Killarney reflect the blue heavens
above - as sure as the warmhearted Irish all pay honor to Saint
Patrick too, I’m wishing you “top o’the morning” and happiness,
always, for you.
As sure as there are leprechauns to make a wish come true, tis
nothing but the happiest of days I’m wishing you.
By all the shamrocks in old Killarney tis a joy to know you and
that’s no blarney.
Come and take pot-luck with me. My hearth is warm, my friendship’s
Deep peace of the running waves to you. Deep peace of the flowing
air to you. Deep peace of the smiling stars to you. Deep peace of
the quiet earth to you. Deep peace of the watching shepherds to you.
Deep peace of the Son of Peace to you.
ERIN - where the wind has a sound like a soft sweet song, and anyone
can hum it, and heather grows upon the hills and shamrock not far
For each petal on the shamrock this brings a wish your way- good
health, good luck and happiness for today and every day.
For the Great Gaels of Ireland are the man that God made mad, for
all their wars are merry and all their songs are sad.
May good fortune be yours, may your joys never end.
God bless you-now and always-with the gift of Irish cheer. God give
to you a happy heart and keep you through the year.
God needed laughter in the world, so he made the Irish race, for
they can meet life with a smile and turn a happy face.
Good times, good friends, good health to you……and the luck of the
Irish in all that you do.
Grant me a sense of humor, Lord, then saving grace to see a joke, to
win some happiness from life, and pass it on to other folk.
Green are the hills of Ireland and green they will always stay. Warm
are the blessings wished for you and they’ll always be that way.
Have you ever been to Ireland, with its rolling hills so green?
Sure‘n it’s the fairest land that ever has been seen and those green
hills of Ireland may be very far away but they’re close to every
Irish heart no matter what the day.
God bless yourself, God bless your house, and may your days be
Here’s a wish for a day that’s lucky all through from the likes o’me
to the likes o’you.
Here’s to the land of the Shamrock where Irish hearts are true.
Here’s to our blessed Saint Patrick but most of all, here’s to you.
How sweetly lies old Ireland. Emerald green beyond the foam,
awakening sweet memories, calling the heart back home.
I asked a leprechaun to bring a pot of gold to you, I asked a
fiddler if he’d play your favorite ditty too, I asked the saints to
walk with you each step along the way, and now I’m asking you to
have a very happy day!
I just want to say it’s a joy to address you as Irish folks do “May
heaven bless you!”
I wish you lots of good luck no matter what the day. I wish you lots
of sunshine and not a bit of gray……I wish you lots of laughter and
never one wee sigh, and I hope no gift of fortune may ever pass you
If you’re lucky enough to be Irish……you’re lucky enough.
In the name of old Erin here’s wishing you cheer, good luck and good
fortune for many a year.
IRELAND. It’s the one place on earth that Heaven has kissed with
melody, mirth and meadow and mist.
Irish luck’s proverbial: it never fails, they say, and that’s the
kind I’m wishing you, with all my heart today, and faith, that’s not
the half of it, I wish you fun and laughter, good friends and health
and happiness today and ever after.
Irish wishes are prayers indeed, and this is especially true, when
the Irish wishes are made and sent on any day to you.
It would take more lucky shamrocks than Ireland ever grew to bring
luck and gladness that I’m always wishing you.
It’s a bit o’’ Irish luck with all its fun and cheer with all its
fun and cheer that’s wished for you not just today but every day all
It’s wishing you joy, I’ll be havin’ you know, and the luck o’the
Irish wherever you go.
Lets all put our dancin’ shoes and wear our shamrocks green and
toast our friends both here and there and everywhere between.
Like the gold of the sun, like the light of the day, may the luck of
the Irish shine bright on your way. Like the glow of a star, and the
lilt of a song may these be your joys all your life long.
Like the shamrocks of Old Ireland may your joys grow all year
through- and Irish luck and laughter be a part of all you do.
Like the warmth of the sun and the light of the day, may the luck of
the Irish shine bright on your way.
Long live the Irish. Long live their cheer. Long live our
friendship. Year after year.
Lucky stars above you, sunshine on your way, many friends to love
you, joy in work and play- laughter to outweigh each care, in your
heart a song- and gladness waiting everywhere all your whole life
Many blessings to cheer you each day the year through and the luck
of the Irish in all that you do.
May brooks and trees and singing hills join in the chorus too, and
every gentle wind that blows send happiness to you.