Lisa Hannigan- Banríon Mo Chroí

LISA HANNIGAN Banríon Mo Chroí

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Published on Jun 30, 2010

Album ” Ceol 06 ” Uisce a’ teacht a’ breathnú orm Ag fanacht siar Ag fanacht siar ar dhuine Uisce a’ teacht a’ breathnú orm Ag feitheamh, ag feitheamh ar dhuine éigin. Ós do chomhair an saol ‘tá thart Is mise tréigthe san am fadó Ag caitheamh ama go mall réidh Ag fiafraí díom “Cén fáth, cén fáth?” Ar chuaigh siad thart i ngan fhios dom Nó an dall atáim? De bharr an t-uisce … Ní fhacamar an téacs bhí romhainn Níor thomhaiseamar céard bhí le teacht Ag sciobadh linn aislingí ár dtodhchaí Is chuireamar amach faoin ngrian iad Nocht, mar rabhchán do ‘chuile dhuine A rinne faillí Tar a mhic, is mar seo atá sé Mar chailín cúthail faiteach Nó athrú aimsire geimhridh Mar chúis le briseadh chroí Is a bhanríon mo chroí Le mo smaointe aoibhne áille Imithe i bhfad uaim Is mé buartha le h-Uisce a’ teacht… Is mé ag feithimh Ag feitheamh Le banríon mo chroí
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Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem – Old Maid in the Garrett

Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem – Old Maid in the Garrett

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Published on Feb 9, 2008

I have often heard it said from me father and me mother That the going to a weddin’ is the making of another Well, if this be true, I will go without a biddin’ O kind providence, won’t you send me to a wedding And its O dear me, how would it be, if I die an old maid in a garret Well, there’s my sister Jean, she’s not handsome or good looking Barely sixteen and she had a fella courtin’ Now she’s twenty-four with a son and a daughter Here am I at forty-five and I’ve never had an offer I can cook and I can sew and I can keep the house right tidy Rise up in the morning and get the breakfast ready There’s nothing in this wide world would make me half so cheery As a wee fat manny who would call me his own deary So come landsman or come kinsman, come tinker or come tailor Come fiddler or come dancer, come ploughboy or come sailor Come rich man, come poor man, come fool or come witty Come any man at all that will marry me for pity Well now I’m away home ’cause there’s nobody heeding There’s nobody heedin’ to poor old Annie’s pleadin’ I’ll go away to my own wee bit garret If I can’t get a man, then I’ll surely get a parrot

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

Lisa Hannigan- Banríon Mo Chroí

LISA HANNIGAN Banríon Mo Chroí

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Published on Jun 30, 2010

Album ” Ceol 06 ” Uisce a’ teacht a’ breathnú orm Ag fanacht siar Ag fanacht siar ar dhuine Uisce a’ teacht a’ breathnú orm Ag feitheamh, ag feitheamh ar dhuine éigin. Ós do chomhair an saol ‘tá thart Is mise tréigthe san am fadó Ag caitheamh ama go mall réidh Ag fiafraí díom “Cén fáth, cén fáth?” Ar chuaigh siad thart i ngan fhios dom Nó an dall atáim? De bharr an t-uisce … Ní fhacamar an téacs bhí romhainn Níor thomhaiseamar céard bhí le teacht Ag sciobadh linn aislingí ár dtodhchaí Is chuireamar amach faoin ngrian iad Nocht, mar rabhchán do ‘chuile dhuine A rinne faillí Tar a mhic, is mar seo atá sé Mar chailín cúthail faiteach Nó athrú aimsire geimhridh Mar chúis le briseadh chroí Is a bhanríon mo chroí Le mo smaointe aoibhne áille Imithe i bhfad uaim Is mé buartha le h-Uisce a’ teacht… Is mé ag feithimh Ag feitheamh Le banríon mo chroí