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Tullamore Dew Commercial (2014)

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Tullamore Dew Commercial

Winter/Spring 2014
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Plot / Description

"Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey" 
This advert features several men in suits walking across a beautiful, green Irish field. They walk to an old cemetary, pull out a bottle of Tullamore Dew Whiskey and drink it together in the rain. It appears they are there to make a toast to one of the men's recently deceased brothers, but then a bride shows up, and they are actually "mourning" the lose of one of their single friends - who has to go back with his new wife.

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

It's better to pass into that other world with full passion and glory than to fade and wither dismally in old age. 
That's good. 
That's very deep. 
Glasses up for my brother, Jerry. My God be with him. 
To Jerry. 
Of all the money that e'er I had 
I've spent it in good company 
And all the harm that e'er I've done 
Alas it was to none but me 
But since it has so ought to be 
By a time to rise and a time to fall 
Come fill to me the parting glass 
Good night and joy be with you all 
Of all the comrades that e'er I had 
They are sorry for my going away 
And all the sweethearts that e'er I had 
They would wish me one more day to stay 
And all I've done for want of wit 
To memory now I can't recall 
So fill to me the parting glass 
Good night and joy be with you all 
Good night and joy be with you all

Written Text

Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey 
Irish True