The Stay Away song has become a rallying cry for some of the homeless who are homeless in Ireland and across Europe.

The song’s lyrics have become a cause célèbre among the homeless and the homeless are now calling on Irish singer-songwriters to stop the song.

The Dublin singer-guitarist said he felt his life had become too difficult, he wanted to stay alive and the lyrics were not helping.

“They’re not helping anybody,” he said.

“There’s a lot of negativity out there about the song and it’s not helping at all.”

I’m not saying that everyone who sings it is a bad person, I’m just saying it’s just not helping the situation.

I don’t want to go back to the life I lived, I want to live a life of freedom, independence, love and happiness.

I want to be in a place where people can see what it is to be homeless and where I can help them, I don’t need any help.

I have no regrets.

I’m just happy that people have listened to me and are listening to what I have to say.

It’s been one of the longest, most difficult months of my life, I haven’t slept in days.

It was not something that I thought was going to happen, I was trying to stay positive and I was just trying to keep the momentum going and keep the music going.

I can’t say that I’ve ever felt so happy in my life before.

I just want to say thank you to all of the people who have supported me.

It is so great to have my song back and I can’t thank them enough, it’s a blessing.

“I’ve heard it all and I don,t think it’s ever going to go away, I just want it to stay with me and it has.”

Read more about: