Ar Éirinn ní neosfainn cé hí

On Ireland who she'd not
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Irish

English (machine translation)

Last night as I recover a neon
On the other hand if I am limit,
Yes for my maiden approached him
'sick poor sick Dh'fhág distraught,
With her ??mood haonghean if print,
As if words sweet thin lip,
hastened under go rigorous' unions
and Ireland I'd not tell her name.

Both comply the maiden my voice
are said my Bel would be true,
In fact you, or déanfainn your business,
Your léirchur for and out,
Your would read léirstair me dear,
are most regards I was kissing from my heart,
Your I would give her a Maeldoid the championship,
and Ireland I'd not tell her name.

A true love, join me,
and especially, if I may write,
I would be laughing with the final bánchnis
If certain obtain from anyone who she is,
not me friends happy
For home to do housekeeping,
But from she is, according to oral said,
not shame you read us who she is.

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