Cailín na n-urla donnGirl of Urla brown
English (machine translation)
'A girl of Urla brown, you are my love indeed,
is located cham nice to your bones down, Likewise your excel round features the Lady Browne, Your Equals sing not be found in this place, If I In UH a thousand pounds, oh, I'd lay the money down, If you were I in Waterford, in there we took a ship, since, as we would go back and Over sea, is not you fear being swamped. "
'Not ghéillimse thy voice, as much for elements in the drink,
Oh, the ocean not rachainnse forever you, I believe You are for sport this I beg You Let Me alone, is that a bladaireacht attracts you the woman you If I my friends I Bade Adieu for to a Along with you, I assure you that we long to be alone, I believe I'll stay at home and never have to roam, avoid me! Radaireacht would not wish me to. '
'Oh, my heart is troubled, with great pleasure of your popularity,
Oh, that I mb'aite on her music than you beside me, When I have to bed at night or sleep sing In entice, BUT lying on my side in sore grief, By this and that Indeed we do and to read the Bible, not money you scarfainn or yellow gold, My treasure, wealth and store are Shall be forever more, Come home with me as bhéarfad I afford you, dear stud. '
'Your civil, I think silver tongue is moving on,
Your chattering and flattering will not coax me,
If thy ngéillfinnse law, since, as the cam to be id heart,
Had not the sin I thee led some businesses to attract, Sing 't you come and try, you Shall find my kindness, I would give you my means extravagant, dear stud, I'll Buy you decent shoes, silk and satin clothes, is in the Galway is to take from our accommodation.'
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