You can't survive my loss, I know,Nor long remain in Tipperary.
The Tipperary folks were once thought as good as the Bank of England.
There was one who did not even succeed in keeping his place, and this was Tipperary Tom.
After they'd sung "Tipperary" they sang a lot of other songs.
They do their best to reassure us and gaily begin whistling "Tipperary."
Fr'm Tipperary, they was, an' too handy throwin' things at ye.
With elastic step and cheery voice the men swung along to the inspiring strains of 'Tipperary.'
"'It's a long, long way to Tipperary,'" remarked Aunt Barbara enigmatically.
Of all his patients, Tipperary Joe was the only one of whom the Doctor spoke without disparagement.
He was the eldest brother of a very well-known family in Tipperary.