The Gloaming, The Sailor’s Bonnet. Dennis Cahill RIP.

 

The Gloaming – The Sailor’s Bonnet

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Glorious stuff from The Gloaming. The Sailor’s Bonnet performed at Other Voices Derry/Londonderry 2014.
 

Sharon Shannon- Blackbird (A Woman’s Heart)

 

Published on Mar 24, 2009

Sharon Shannon,born in Corofin, County Clare is an Irish musician. She is best known for her work with the accordion and for her fiddle technique. She also plays the tin whistle and melodeon. Here is one of my favorite Sharon Shannon songs, Blackbird http://www.daisydiscs.com/ss/ DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE FOOTAGE OR MUSIC USED FOR MY VIDEOS. THEY ARE MADE FOR ENTERTAINMENT, NOT PROFIT

Songs of Ireland – Brian Dunphy – Cavan Girl

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As I walk the road from Killeshandra weary I sat down
For it’s twelve long miles around the lake to get to Cavan Town
Though Oughter and the road I go once seemed beyond compare
Now I curse the time it takes to reach my Cavan girl so fair

The autumn shades are on the leaves, the trees will soon be bare
Each red-coat leaf around me seems the colour of her hair
My gaze retreats to find my feet and once again I sigh
As the broken pools of sky remind me of the colour of her eyes

At the Cavan cross each Sunday morning, where she can be found
And she seems to have the eye of every boy in Cavan Town
If my luck will hold I’ll have the golden summer of her smile
And to break the hearts of Cavan men she’ll talk to me a while

So next Sunday evening finds me homeward – Killeshandra bound –
To work the week till I return to court in Cavan Town
When asked if she would be my bride, at least she’d not say no
So next Sunday morning I’ll rouse myself and back to her I’ll go

As I walk the road from Killeshandra weary I sat down
For it’s twelve long miles around the lake to get to Cavan Town
Though Oughter and the road I go once seemed beyond compare
Now I curse the time it takes to reach my Cavan girl so fair
Now I curse the time it takes to reach my Cavan girl so fair

Source: Musixmatch Songwriters: Tom Moore

Songs of Ireland – Louise Morrissey – Come Back Paddy Reilly

The Garden of Eden has vanished they say
But I know the lie of it still
Just turn to the left at the bridge of Finea
And stop when halfway to Cootehill.

It’s there you’ll find it I know sure enough
For fortune has come to my call
The grass it is green around Ballyjamesduff
And the blue sky is over it all.

And tones that are tender and tones that are ruff
Come whispering over the sea
Come back, Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff
Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me.

My mother once told me that when I was born
The day that I first saw the light
I looked down the street on that very first morn
And gave a crow of delight.

Now most newborn babies appear in a puff
And start with a sorrowful squall
But I knew I was born in Ballyjamesduff
And that’s why I smiled at them all.

The baby’s a man now, he’s toil-worn and tough
Still, whispers come over the sea
Come back, Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff
Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me.Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me…

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Percy French / John James Ryan

Come Back Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff lyrics © Rosette Music Ltd

The Chieftains, Imelda May. Carolina Rua. Reel – The Ladies Pantalettes

Carolina Rua / Reel – The Ladies Pantalettes

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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Carolina Rua / Reel – The Ladies Pantalettes · The Chieftains · Imelda May
  • Stories never end ’til you come to conclusions:
  • Carolina ruadh has a hand in my confusion.
  • Waits for me to choose which quarter to bend in.
  • To susie-make-me-blue, or the redhead I’m attending.
  • Oh carolina ruadh has my heart and all I want to do’s
  • Go down the windy road where my carolina goes:
  • Down the crooked road where carolina goes to school
  • Mo charolina ruadh, do you love me?
  • Tell me true, tell me……
  • Standing on three queens, thought the game was over.
  • Then, from the blue, carolina’s at my shoulder:
  • Laughter in her eyes and a smile
  • That touches all the guys
  • On down the crooked road where carolina goes to school
  • –mo charolina ruadh, do you love me?
  • Tell me true, tell me..

Sharon Shannon- Blackbird (A Woman’s Heart)

 

Published on Mar 24, 2009

Sharon Shannon,born in Corofin, County Clare is an Irish musician. She is best known for her work with the accordion and for her fiddle technique. She also plays the tin whistle and melodeon. Here is one of my favorite Sharon Shannon songs, Blackbird http://www.daisydiscs.com/ss/ DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE FOOTAGE OR MUSIC USED FOR MY VIDEOS. THEY ARE MADE FOR ENTERTAINMENT, NOT PROFIT

Songs of Ireland – Louise Morrissey – Come Back Paddy Reilly

The Garden of Eden has vanished they say
But I know the lie of it still
Just turn to the left at the bridge of Finea
And stop when halfway to Cootehill.

It’s there you’ll find it I know sure enough
For fortune has come to my call
The grass it is green around Ballyjamesduff
And the blue sky is over it all.

And tones that are tender and tones that are ruff
Come whispering over the sea
Come back, Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff
Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me.

My mother once told me that when I was born
The day that I first saw the light
I looked down the street on that very first morn
And gave a crow of delight.

Now most newborn babies appear in a puff
And start with a sorrowful squall
But I knew I was born in Ballyjamesduff
And that’s why I smiled at them all.

The baby’s a man now, he’s toil-worn and tough
Still, whispers come over the sea
Come back, Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff
Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me.Come home, Paddy Reilly, to me…

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Percy French / John James Ryan

Come Back Paddy Reilly to Ballyjamesduff lyrics © Rosette Music Ltd

The Chieftains, Imelda May. Carolina Rua. Reel – The Ladies Pantalettes

Carolina Rua / Reel – The Ladies Pantalettes

5,481 views
Jul 28, 2018
 

31 3 Share

 
 
3.14K subscribers
 
 
 
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Carolina Rua / Reel – The Ladies Pantalettes · The Chieftains · Imelda May
  • Stories never end ’til you come to conclusions:
  • Carolina ruadh has a hand in my confusion.
  • Waits for me to choose which quarter to bend in.
  • To susie-make-me-blue, or the redhead I’m attending.
  • Oh carolina ruadh has my heart and all I want to do’s
  • Go down the windy road where my carolina goes:
  • Down the crooked road where carolina goes to school
  • Mo charolina ruadh, do you love me?
  • Tell me true, tell me……
  • Standing on three queens, thought the game was over.
  • Then, from the blue, carolina’s at my shoulder:
  • Laughter in her eyes and a smile
  • That touches all the guys
  • On down the crooked road where carolina goes to school
  • –mo charolina ruadh, do you love me?
  • Tell me true, tell me..

Anois an tAm – “It’s Time” le Imagine Dragons as Gaeilge

 

 

Anois an tAm – “It’s Time” le Imagine Dragons as Gaeilge

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Anois ar Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/2gic2B… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tg.lurgan/?… Twitter: https://twitter.com/tglurgan?lang=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tglurgan/ Website: https://lurgan.biz/ Leagan álainn de “It’s Time” le Imagine Dragons á chasadh ag Megan Ní Dhonnchú le cuidiú na ranganna sinsir ar chúrsa B 2013. Liricí: An rud a bhí á rá a’d Gan ann ach muid amháin Go mbéadh sé éasca dúinn Ár ngrá a neartú ‘nois Ó bhun go barr Le chéile Fág d’acmhainí ar leathaobh ‘s leanfaimid ar aghaidh leis Ní ligfidh mé síos thú Ní fhágfaidh mé gan thú Ar aon chaoi Ní chodlaímse go sámh san oích(e) Tá sé in am dom anois Airím beagánín níos fearr chuile lá Ach admhaím nach bhfuil athrú tar éis tíocht orm Nach gcloiseann tú mo ghlór? Táim fós i mo sheasamh anseo Is léir céard atá i ndán dúinn Tabharfaimid faoin mbóthar seo go ciúin Faoi dheireadh, faoi dheireadh Tá sé in am dom anois Airím beagánín níos fearr chuile lá Ach admhaím nach bhfuil athrú tar éis tíocht orm Nach gcloiseann tú mo ghlór? Táim fós i mo sheasamh anseo