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Gerry Adams gives radio listeners rendition of Garth Brooks' song 'If Tomorrow Never Comes'

Sang a few lines of song on Newstalk

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams treated radio listeners to his own rendition of the Garth Brooks' song 'If tomorrow never comes'.

Despite two Gerry supporters asking the Newstalk reporter Zara King not to request a tune, she asked the party leader for a line or two, which he initially declined.

"Sinn Fein is such a disciplined party that I've been ordered, before I came in, not to sing," he said.

"You're messers. You're going to get me in trouble. I only know the one line."

However, Gerry bowed to peer pressure and gave a few line of the song, which you can listen to above.

Thanks to Newstalk for permission to use the clip.

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