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  • Luke Kelly Raglan Road

    4:17

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  • Raglan Road - John Sheahan – 80th Birthday Concert - Featuring Glen Hansard and Declan ORourke

    7:52

    John Sheahan of The Dubliners celebrates his life and music with a gathering of Ireland’s finest musicians. The performers on this track are (from left to right)
    Drazen Derek - Guitar
    Colm Mac Con Iomaire - Violin
    Danny O’Mahony – Button Accordion
    Mick O’Brien – Tin Whistle
    Richie Buckley - Saxophone
    Glen Hansard - Vocals
    Declan O'Rourke - Vocals
    John Sheahan - Violin
    Michael Howard - Guitar

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  • Luke Kelly - Raglan Road Audio Stream

    4:18

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  • Raglan Road - Mark Knopfler with Donal Lunny

    5:33

    Taken from Donal Lunny's Sult - Spirit of the Music TV series - recorded around 1996.

    Mark Knopfler - vocals & guitar
    Donal Lunny - bouzouki
    Liam O'Flynn - uilleann pipes
    Sean Keane - fiddle

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  • VAN MORRISON-THE CHIEFTAINS - Raglan Road - bbc tv

    4:58

    bbc studio concert

  • Raglan Road - Luke Kelly

    4:32

    The Humours Of Donnybrook (Ireland) - 1978

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  • Luke Kelly Raglan Road - LIVE Dublin, 1979

    5:09

    Luke Kelly explains how he met Patrick Kavanagh in The Bailey pub in Dublin. During this encounter Kavanagh told him he had a song for him. 1979. Clip courtesy of RTE.

  • Raglan Road - The Dubliners

    6:43

  • Sinead OConnor Raglan Road

    4:36

    Sinead O'Connor Raglan Road from Late Late Show Donal Lunny Tribute

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  • Irish Wedding couple enjoy haunting version of Raglan Road in Dublin City Hall. Wedding Singer Éire

    4:16

    Caroline & Trevor included Raglan Road as part of their Humanist Ceremony in Dublin City Hall - June 2021.

    Video taken from a live stream hosted by 'Run Wild Wedding'

    and used with full permission of the couple.
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  • Raglan Road - Luke Kelly / The Dubliners cover

    4:31

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    I wish I could have been alive and around Dublin when Luke Kelly was strumming his guitar in the various pubs in town. I would give a lot to be able to hear his powerful voice belting this one out. The Dubliners have my favorite version of this tune (which was originally a poem written by Patrick Kavanagh, set to music by Kavanagh and Luke Kelly), but there are so many great renditions of it, including another one of my favorites by The High Kings. Just doing my own peaceful morning version of it here, but if you want your heart ripped out of your chest, listen to Luke do it.

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  • Brinky - Raglan Road

    4:34

  • The Dubliners - On Raglan Road

    5:01

    On Raglan Road on an autumn day
    I saw her first and knew
    That her dark hair would weave a snare
    That I might one day rue
    I saw the danger and I passed
    Along the enchanted way
    And I said: 'Let grief, be a fallen leaf
    At the dawning of the day'

    On Grafton Street in November
    We tripped lightly along the ledge
    Of a deep ravine where can be seen
    The worth of passion's pledge
    The Queen of Hearts still making tarts
    And I not making hay
    Oh I loved too much and by such
    By such is happiness thrown away

    I gave her gifts of the mind
    I gave her the secret signs
    That's known to the artists who have known
    The true gods of sound and stone
    And word and tint did not stint
    I gave her poems to say
    With her own name there and her own dark hair
    Like clouds over fields of May

    On a quiet street where old ghosts meet
    I see her walking now
    Away from me so hurriedly
    My reason must allow
    That had I loved not as I should
    A creature made of clay
    When the angel woos the clay
    He'd lose his wings at the dawn of day

  • Raglan Road

    3:40

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Raglan Road · The High Kings

    Memory Lane

    ℗ 2009 Universal Music Ireland Ltd.

    Released on: 1900-01-01

    Author: Patrick Kavanagh
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Ewan Cowley
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Mark Murphy
    Arranger, Work Arranger: The High Kings

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  • Sinéad OConnor - Raglan Road - High Quality

    6:05

    Raglan Road by Sinéad O'Connor

  • Loreena McKennitt : Raglan road

    5:25

  • Donna Taggart - Raglan Road

    6:28

    The third single from Donna's stunning debut album Celtic Lady. For more information or to buy the album go to

  • Raglan Road

    4:08

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Raglan Road · Ronan Keating

    Songs From Home

    ℗ A Decca Records recording; ℗ 2021 Universal Music Operations Limited

    Released on: 2021-11-12

    Producer, Associated Performer, Keyboards, Piano, String Arranger, Conductor, Strings Conductor: Cian Boylan
    Producer, Studio Personnel, Mixer: Ruadhrí Cushnan
    Studio Personnel, Assistant Mixer, Recording Engineer: Elise Mollé
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Ronan Keating
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Liam Bradley
    Associated Performer, Bass: Keith Duffy
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Conor Brady
    Associated Performer, Strings: Liberty Orchestra
    Associated Performer, Orchestra Leader: Kenneth Rice
    Associated Performer, Flute: James McNally
    Studio Personnel, Vocal Engineer: Nick Mills
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Kevin Tuffy
    Associated Performer, Violin: Maria Ryan
    Associated Performer, Violin: Camille Farrar
    Associated Performer, Violin: Lidia Jeweloszewicz-Clarke
    Associated Performer, Violin: Anita Vedres
    Associated Performer, Violin: Matthew Wylie
    Associated Performer, Violin: Katie O'Connor
    Associated Performer, Violin: Nicola Cleary
    Associated Performer, Violin: Louis Roden
    Associated Performer, Viola: Carla Vedres
    Associated Performer, Viola: Alison Comerford
    Associated Performer, Viola: Lisa Dowdall
    Associated Performer, Cello: Martin Johnson
    Associated Performer, Cello: Paula Hughes
    Associated Performer, Cello: Ailbhe McDonagh
    Composer Lyricist: Patrick Kavanagh

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  • Irish Tin Whistle - Dawning of the Day / Raglan Road

    1:37

    Playing as slow air, then into 4/4 march

  • Raglan Road

    4:57

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Raglan Road · Van Morrison · The Chieftans

    Irish Heartbeat

    ℗ 1988 Exile Productions, Ltd. under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1988-06-20

    Associated Performer: Van Morrison & The Chieftains
    Composer: Traditional
    Arranger, Producer: Paddy Moloney
    Lyricist: Paul Osborne Kavanagh

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  • Glen Hansard - Raglan Road

    5:04

    ***AFTER SUNDAY 16TH MAY 2010, I WILL NOT BE SENDING THE MP3 OF THIS TO ANYONE, I'M JUST GETTING LAZY. SO GET YOUR NAME IN NOW!***

    This session was recorded for Today Fm, as part of Tom Dunne's Pet Sounds.

  • On Raglan Road

    4:08

    TradFest presents On Raglan Road

    Performers:
    Paddy Casey
    Davey Cashin
    Eleanor McEvoy
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    Sibéal Ní Chaside
    Séan Ó Sé
    Luan Parle
    Phelim Drew
    Daoirí Farrell

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  • Cristin Milioti - Raglan Road

    3:07

    The actress performs Raglan Road with a ukulele from this Broadway musical about two musicians who fall in love. Awesome

  • Raglan Road - The Dubliners | 40 Years Reunion: Live from The Gaiety

    5:29

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    Since 1962, The Dubliners have been enthralling audiences worldwide with their music and song. The strength and attractiveness of The Dubliners has always been in the personalities of the musicians who have made up this boisterous band of balladeers, from original members, Ronnie Drew, Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly, Ciarán Bourke, John Sheahan and Bob Lynch to the arrival at different stages of Jim McCann, Seán Cannon, Eamonn Campbell and finally the peerless Paddy Reilly.

    Produced By: David Donaghy
    Sound Engineer: Brian Nartey

  • THE DUBLINERS - Raglan Road

    4:18

    The Dubliners - Raglan Road

    Music, album artwork, and lyrics are property of The Dubliners and Patrick Kavanagh.

  • Raglan Road

    5:23

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Raglan Road · The Chieftains / 首領樂團 · Roger Daltrey

    An Irish Evening

    ℗ 1992, BMG Music

    Released on: 1992-01-28

    Composer: Traditional / Traditional / トラディショナル
    Engineer: Brian Masterson
    Arranger: Paddy Moloney

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  • On Raglan Road Peter Rowan - Mark OConnor - Jerry Douglas

    5:50

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    Peter Rowan - Vocals/Guitar
    Mark O'Connor - Violin/Mandolin
    Jerry Douglas - Dobro

    On Raglan Road - Patrick Kavanagh Filmed in Ireland Session

    For several years between 1983 and 1987, the bluegrass/folk music trio of Peter Rowan, Mark O'Connor and Jerry Douglas performed throughout the United States and in many countries around the world. While they never recorded an album together, the trio brought many memorable performances to the stage. Often they were joined by legendary Nashville upright bass player Roy Huskey Jr. to form a quartet when the group played in their hometown of Nashville, TN, and occasionally at some larger festivals. The group was largely responsible for reinvigorating the downtown Nashville music scene and specifically breathing new life into the bluegrass club the Station Inn beginning in 1983 with their now infamous weekly sold-out Thursday nights appearances. While O'Connor and Douglas were responsible for ushering in the New Traditionalist and acoustic music revival in the recording studios on their instruments (the fiddle, mandolin and dobro) during the same time period, their live musical outlet forays could be seen most every Thursday night at the Station Inn with many famous friends making a night of it every week. Their audiences amounted to who's who in the entertainment industry. On any given night most anyone could be in the audience to watch them play and kick back a few beers, and most the time it amounted to several high profile audience members taking in a couple great sets of music. Their audience regularly included people such as Roy Acuff and Porter Wagoner to Bela Fleck, Sam Bush and Edgar Meyer to Vince Gill and Ricky Skaggs, to Steve Earl and Lyle Lovett to famous classical musicians and even famous actors such as Robert Duvall. Soon, about every acoustic act wanted to appear at the Station Inn.


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  • RAGLAN ROAD - Irish Tenor Emmet Cahill Feat.Caroline Kay

    2:29

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  • Loreena McKennitt - Raglan Road - High Quality

    5:41

    Raglan Road by Loreena McKennitt

  • 10th Anniversary 9/11 Remembrance Concert - Raglan Road

    4:19

    The Dublin Fire Brigade Pipe Band along with The Garda Band and the Tallaght Youth Band where proud and honoured to take part in this the 10th Anniversary of the September 11th Attacks and mark it with a 9/11 Remembrance Concert for all those who lost their lives in the National Basketball Arena.

    This video is the beginning of the concert opened by the Dublin Fire Brigade Pipe Band playing their Raglan Road - Dawning of the Day set

    A special thank you goes to Lisa O'Rourke for the excellent footage

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  • Star of the County Down/ Raglan Road - Van Morrison with the Jim Condie Band

    7:10

    More songs from Van's brief period with the Jim Condie Band (one weekend!) These two feature the excellent penny whistle playing of Colin Blakey, who had just joined the Waterboys. Also the extremely talented Graham Weir switches from trombone to accordion for this Celtic interlude. The band consisted of: Jim Condie (gtr), Neil Drinkwater (kbds), Clive Culbertson (bass), Mark Forshaw (drums), Graham Weir (tbn/ acc), Neil Weir (tpt), Nick Robertson (alto), Colin Blakey (penny whistle), June Boyce and Liz McEwan (bvs) - Fife Aid, St Andres, Scotland June '88

  • Glen Hansard & Colm Mac Con Iomaire - On Raglan Road | An Oarsman, BÁC | Geantraí 2009 |TG4

    5:15

    The Oarsman, Ringsend, Dublin : Dublin singer Glen Hansard with Raglan Road, a song made famous by Dubliners' singer, Luke Kelly. Accompanied on fiddle by Colm Mac Con Iomaire for the Geantraí series on TG4 2009.

    Glen Hansard leis an amhrán Raglan Road, dán a chum Patrick Kavanagh, ins an Oarsman, An Rinn i mBaile Átha Cliath, 2009.

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  • The Dubliners - On Raglan Road @ 432Hz

    4:15

    Welcome to my channel! More information regarding 432 Hz music, tracklist (where available) and random thoughts in description.

    Original song(s) are time scaled & pitch shifted to 432 Hz.

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for -fair use- for purposes such as teaching and research which is the sole purpose for this channel. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use which is, again, the case regarding this channel - MONETISATION FOR THIS CHANNEL IS DISABLED!

    432 Hz is said to be mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe. Studies reveal that 432hz tuning vibrates with the universe’s golden mean PHI and unifies the properties of light, time, space, matter, gravity and magnetism with biology, the DNA code and consciousness. When our atoms and DNA start to resonate in harmony with the spiraling pattern of nature, our sense of connection to nature is said to be magnified. The number 432 is also reflected in ratios of the Sun, Earth, and the moon as well as the precession of the equinoxes, the Great Pyramid of Egypt, Stonehenge, the Sri Yantra among many other sacred sites.

    Another interesting factor to consider is that the A=432 Hz tuning correlates with the color spectrum while the A=440 Hz is off.

    Audiophiles have also stated that A=432hz music seems to be non-local and can fill an entire room, whereas A=440hz can be perceived as directional or linear in sound propagation.

    „I personally have enjoyed many bands, artists and styles of music even though they were tuning in A=440 hz, however by comparing a few songs in both A=432 hz and A=440 hz, I can feel and hear the difference. I wouldn’t say that my experience of 440hz music has turned me into an aggressive person, but I can understand how an entire population being exposed to music that is more mind directed as opposed to heart directed—not to mention all of the materialistic and ego-driven lyrics in most popular music—is a perfect combination to maintain a more discordant frequency and state of consciousness within humanity.“ David Helpling – Sticks and Stones in 432 hz

    “Music based on C=128hz (C note in concert A=432hz) will support humanity on its way towards spiritual freedom. The inner ear of the human being is built on C=128 hz” – Rudolph Steiner.

    Once you adopt the idea that sound (or vibration in general) can have an equilibriating and harmonizing effect (as well as a disturbing effect), the science of harmony can be applied to bring greater harmony into ones life, or to atune to specific energies. There is a form of absolute and of relative harmony. Absolute harmony can for example be determined by the tuning of an instrument. The ancients tuned their instruments at an A of 432 Hz instead of 440 Hz - and for a good reason. There are plenty of music examples on the interent that you can listen to, in order to establish the difference for yourself. Attuning the instrument to 432 Hz results in a more relaxing sound, while 440 Hz slightly tenses up to body. This is because 440 Hz is out of tune with both macrocosmos and microcosmos. 432 Hz on the contrary is in tune. To give an example of how this is manifested microcosmically: our breath (0,3 Hz) and our puls (1,2 Hz) relate to the frequency of the lower octave of an A of 432 Hz (108 Hz) as 1:360 and 1:90.

    It is interesting to note that 432 Hz was the standard pitch of many old instruments, and that it was only recently (19th and 20th century) that the standard pitch was increased. This was done in order to be able to play for bigger audiences. Bigger aduiences (more bodies) absorb more of the lower frequencies, so the higher pitch was more likely to “cut through”. On of the oldest instruments of the world is the bell ensemble of Yi Zeng (dated 423 BC). it is tuned to a standard F4 of 345 Hz, which gives an A= 432 Hz. The frequency of 345 Hz is that of the platonic year! Similarly many old organs are tuned in an A=432 as well; for example: St. Peter’s Capella Gregoriana, St. Peter’s Capella Giulia, S. Maria Maggiore in Rome.

    Maria Renold’s book “Intervals Scales Tones and the Concert Pitch C=128hz” claims conclusive evidence that 440Hz and raising concert pitch above scientific “C” Prime=128hz (Concert A=432hz) disassociates the connection of consciousness to the body and creates anti-social conditions in humanity.

    The difference between concert pitch A=440Hz and Concert A=432Hz is only 8 cycles per second, but it is a perceptible difference of awareness in the human consciousness experience of the dream we share called existence.

  • Raglan Road

    2:49

    Traditional folk song

  • Michael English - Raglan Road

    3:12

  • Traditional Irish, On Raglan Road | Ars Nova Copenhagen

    4:40

    Recorded live at Ansgars Kirke, Odense, Denmark, November 20th 2017. Ars Nova Copenhagen conducted by Paul Hillier. Arr. Paul Hillier.

    On Raglan Road is a well-known Irish song from a poem written by Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh named after Raglan Road in Ballsbridge, Dublin. The poem was put to music when the poet met Luke Kelly of the Irish band The Dubliners. It was set to the music of the traditional song The Dawning of the Day (Fáinne Geal an Lae).

    Soloist: Laura Lamph
    Additional Ars Nova singers: Ann Christin Wesser Ingels, Hanna Kappelin, Nina Bols Lundgren, Elenor Wiman, Hanne-Marie le Fevre, Paul Bentley-Angell, Chris Fitzgerald-Lombard, Jakob Skjoldborg, Asger Lynge Petersen, Jakob Soelberg, Thomas Kiørbye

    On Raglan Road on an Autumn Day,
    I saw her first and knew
    That her dark hair would weave a snare
    That I may one day rue.

    I saw the danger, yet I walked
    Along the enchanted way
    And I said let grief be a falling leaf
    At the dawning of the day.

    On Grafton Street in November,
    We tripped lightly along the ledge
    Of a deep ravine where can be seen
    The worst of passions pledged.

    The Queen of Hearts still baking tarts
    And I not making hay,
    Well I loved too much; by such and such
    Is happiness thrown away.

    I gave her the gifts of the mind.
    I gave her the secret sign
    That's known to all the artists who have
    Known true Gods of Sound and Time.

    With word and tint I did not stint.
    I gave her reams of poems to say
    With her own dark hair and her own name there
    Like the clouds over fields of May.

    On a quiet street where old ghosts meet,
    I see her walking now away from me,
    So hurriedly. My reason must allow,
    For I have wooed, not as I should

    A creature made of clay.
    When the angel woos the clay, he'll lose
    His wings at the dawn of the day.

  • Patrick Kavanagh sings the final verse of Raglan Road.

    33

    picture of Kavanagh with whom the poem was wriiten for Dr.Hilda Kavanagh.

  • On Raglan Road

    3:52

    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    On Raglan Road · Cathal Mc Connell

    A Prairie Home Companion 40th Anniversary Collection, Vol. 2

    ℗ 2015 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

    Released on: 2015-04-07

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Raglan Road by Ryan Burns

    4:36

    Raglan Road (Luke Kelly - Scruggs Banjo Cover) by Ryan Burns
    two rooms sessions #7
    Raglan Road - Peter Kavanaugh and Luke Kelly
    This song was first written by Peter Kavanaugh as a poem and later adapted to music when he met Luke Kelly at a pub and they put it to another Irish tune called Dawning of the Day. It's a dynamite song both lyrically and musically, especially on Luke Kelly's live version with a banjo played very similar to this giving a wash of noise behind those vocals. It's a bit past St. Patrick's Day, but have to keep going with the Irish songs for a couple more weeks I think.

  • Young Dubliners - With All Due Respect - Raglan Road

    5:35

    On Raglan Road on an autumn day
    I met her first and knew
    That her dark hair would weave a snare
    that I might one day rue
    I saw the danger, and I passed
    along the enchanted way
    And I said, let grief be a fallen leaf
    at the dawning of the day


    On Grafton Street in November
    we tripped lightly along the ledge
    Of the deep ravine where can be seen
    the worth of passion's pledge
    The Queen of Hearts still making tarts
    and I not making hay
    O I loved too much and by such by such
    is happiness thrown away


    I gave her gifts of the mind I gave her the secret sign
    that's known To the artists who have known
    the true gods of sound and stone
    And word and tint. without stint
    I gave her poems to say
    With her own name there and her own dark hair
    like clouds over fields of May


    On a quiet street where old ghosts meet
    I see her walking now
    Away from me so hurriedly
    my reason must allow
    That I had loved not as I should
    a creature made of clay
    When the angel woos
    the clay he'd lose
    his wings at the dawn of day


    When the angel woos
    the clay he'd lose
    His wings, at the dawn of day

  • Raglan Road par CANTEMUSIC

    3:19

  • martin simpson raglan road

    2:02

  • Raglan Road

    5:56

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Raglan Road · Carrantuohill · Katarzyna Sobek · Patrick Kavanagh

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    ℗ 2012 Celt

    Released on: 2021-01-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Raglan Road Acapela Alpaca ft. Goatz

    3:26

    Happy St.Patricks day yall. xx

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  • Raglan Road

    4:38

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  • Raglan Road - Irish acoustic fingerstyle guitar

    2:38

    Here's my fingerstyle arrangement of the timeless, hauntingly beautiful Irish folk song Raglan Road, made famous by Luke Kelly of the Dubliners.

    Luke Kelly brought this well-known version of Raglan Road to the fore when he put the words of Patrick Kavanagh's poem On Raglan Road to the traditional air Fáinne Geal an Lae (which incidentally translates to the dawning of the day, words which are also found in Kavanagh's poem).

    Guitar: Maton EBG808 Artist (2007)
    Strings: Santa Cruz Parabolic Strings (low tension)
    Tuning: Drop D
    Thumbpick: Dunlop (medium)
    Camera: Nikon D5300
    Audio: Zoom H4n internal mics

  • Ed Sheeran - Raglan Road

    1:03

    Croke Park 24th July 2015

  • Van Morrison Raglan Road

    4:29

  • Raglan Road

    4:50

    This song was recorded and popularized by Luke Kelly of the Dubliners in the 1960s. The words, written by Paddy Kavanagh, were set to the traditional air 'Fainne Gael an Lae' (The Dawning of the Day). This poem was first published in 1946 under the name Dark Haired Myriam Ran Away.

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