A ógánaigh an chúil chraobhaigh

A rear juvenile leafy
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Irish

English (machine translation)

'A rear juvenile leafy, what side are you on?
Or you bhfuileann without spouse or t'aonar lies in you? '
'Oh, I am not alone butter together and yes luímse,
Who is that two or ask the person alive from the country? '

'Whether you haithníonn than I fhéinig, céadsearc core se?
I girlfriend and quiet wild before you end the night. '
'Not you acknowledge picked fhéinig and no place of your popularity,
So for me ruined earth, of sunlight and wind. '

When people feel that I am with my on my bed,
Yes I become your tomb from maidean night,
Taking my case and síorghol you down, my woe,
After my girlfriend mentioned prudent quiet I was a child.

My family has been dealing with me, brothers and priests,
About me being in love with you, Maria, you are dead,
The bad weather was a shadow on you and you need an indoor rain,
My sun a day in winter when the ground below.

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