This older gent knows how to get a sing-song going on a bus.
Paddy the Dublin Bus singer was filmed cheering up a bus-load of commuters as the travelled to Tallaght.
Fellow passenger Collie Ennis captured the magic on camera, where he can be heard singing Ringo Starr's 'You're Sixteen You're Beautiful (And You're Mine)', while some people sing along.
"He sang from when he got on in Drimmnagh to when he got off in Tallagh. He sang 'Tie a Yellow Ribbon', 'My brother Sylvest' and a couple of other classics," Collie told Independent.ie.
"It's harmless craic. It's the second time I've got him on film doing it but the portable light show was a brilliant new touch."
Collie previously recorded Paddy entertaining the 77A with his own rendition of 'I'm Into Something Good'.
Although not everyone seemed to enjoy the man's version of the Herman's Hermits classic, a few joined in and made a sing along out of the journey.
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