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goodnight Irene

A phrase used to show one's shock or dismay. "Goodnight Irene" is the title of a 1930s folk song by Huddie "Lead Belly" Ledbetter. Primarily heard in US. Well, goodnight Irene—I never expected so many people to come to a party for me! Goodnight Irene—that was the last of our money, and we're close to running out of gas.
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Goodnight God bless Nan, always in our thoughts, forever in our hearts.
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xxxxxxx HODGSON Tony Grandad, as you shine in the sky at night, we wish we could climb the height to give you a kiss goodnight.