Entire Irish Pub Sang ‘Mr. Brightside’ To Pay Tribute To The Passing Of Friend

Entertainment — March 28, 2016 at 7:11 pm by

This is just one reason to love the Irish, what a way to pay tribute to a loved one that have passed. There is something about an Irish accent that can make words much more powerful, add a few pints in the mix, and you have got a thing of beauty.

Down in Falvey’s Bar in Killorglin, Co. Kerry – where the whole pub was singing in memory of a fellow by the name of Farmer.A local man Ger Foley (Farmer) was buried that day aged 45. He had cystic fibrosis. Brian O’Sullivan on the counter was paying tribute to him.

Brian O’Sullivan is not only quite the showman from a top the bar, he was a Guiness induced wordsmith, indeed.

via Joe.ie


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