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Playlist of Sinéad O'Connor

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    Sinéad OConnor - Nothing Compares 2U Official Music Video

    5:09

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    Lyrics:

    It's been seven hours and fifteen days
    Since you took your love away
    I go out every night and sleep all day
    Since you took your love away

    Since you been gone I can do whatever I want
    I can see whomever I choose
    I can eat my dinner in a fancy restaurant
    But nothing
    I said nothing can take away these blues
    'Cause nothing compares
    Nothing compares to you

    It's been so lonely without you here
    Like a bird without a song
    Nothing can stop these lonely tears from falling
    Tell me baby where did I go wrong

    I could put my arms around every boy I see
    But they'd only remind me of you
    I went to the doctor and guess what he told me?
    Guess what he told me?
    He said girl you better try to have fun
    No matter what you do, but he's a fool
    'Cause nothing compares
    Nothing compares to you

    All the flowers that you planted mama
    In the back yard
    All died when you went away
    I know that living with you baby was sometimes hard
    But I'm willing to give it another try
    'Cause nothing compares
    Nothing compares to you

    Nothing compares
    Nothing compares to you
    Nothing compares
    Nothing compares to you


    Letras españolas:

    Han pasado siete horas y quince días
    desde que te llevaste tu amor
    Salgo todas las noches y duermo todo el día
    Desde que te llevaste tu amor
    Desde que te fuiste puedo hacer lo que quiero
    Puedo ver a quien yo elija
    Puedo ir a cenar en un restaurante de lujo
    Pero nada
    y digo, nada, me puede quitar esta melancolìa
    Porque nada se compara, nada se compara a ti
    He estado tan sola aquí sin ti
    Como un pájaro sin una canción
    Nada puede parar estas lágrimas solitarias
    Dime baby, donde me equivoqué
    Podría poner mis brazos alrededor de cualquier chico que viera
    Pero sólo me recordarían a ti
    Fui al médico y adivina que me dijo? Adivina que me dijo?
    Dijo: chica, es mejor que ententes divertirte No importa lo que hagas, pero él es un tonto
    Porque nada se compara, nada se compara a ti
    Todas las flores que plantaste mama
    En el patio trasero
    Todas murieron cuando te fuiste
    Sé que vivir contigo, baby, a veces fue difícil
    pero estoy dispuesta a darle otra oportunidad
    Nada se compara
    Nada se compara a ti
    Nada se compara
    Nada se compara a ti
    Nada se compara
    Nada se compara a ti

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    Sinead OConnor - Nothing Compares 2 U

    5:33

    Sinead O'Connor performs Nothing Compares 2 U



    #SineadOConnor #NothingCompares2U #Vevo

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    Sinead O´connor - Abucheada En El Madison Square Garden

    4:31

    La exuberante cantante de 44 años, luego de ser la más exitosa de los 90, tiró su carrera por la ventana durante un programa de televisión en 1992. La caída comienza con internaciones e intentos de suicidios y sus disculpas llegaron tarde sin ser escuchadas.

    La carrera de Sinéad O´Connor recibió un golpe importante -- sobre todo en los Estados Unidos -- el 3 de octubre de 1992, cuando apareció en Saturday Night Live como invitada musical, durante un episodio de la temporada 18 (temporada 1992-1993), conducido por Tim Robbins. Ella cantó a capella la canción War de Bob Marley, que pretendía ser una protesta por los abusos sexuales de sacerdotes de la Iglesia Católica Romana, cambiando la letra racism (racismo) por child abuse (abuso de menores). Luego presentó una foto del Papa Juan Pablo II a la cámara mientras cantaba la palabra evil (maldad); después de romper la foto en trozos, pronunció la frase fight the real enemy (lucha contra el verdadero enemigo) y arrojó los pedazos hacia la cámara. Casi de inmediato, los teléfonos de la NBC se saturaron con miles de quejas.
    La reacción a la acción de Sinéad fue rápida. En los medios de comunicación se causó una conmoción, siendo Sinéad abucheada numerosas veces para que se retirara de escenarios. También hubo numerosas quemas y destrucciones públicas de sus discos, así como muchas estaciones de radio que se negaron a transmitir sus canciones.

    Como una disculpa para los televidentes, durante el monólogo de apertura de la siguiente semana, el actor Joe Pesci mostró una foto del Papa, diciendo que la había pegado con cinta adhesiva. También explicó que, si hubiera sido en su show, I would have gave her such a smack (Le habría dado una gran bofetada ) .

    El abucheo en el concierto de Tributo a Bob Dylan
    Dos semanas después del incidente en Saturday Night Live, Sinead O'Connor participó en un concierto tributo a Bob Dylan en el Madison Square Garden, donde se supone que cantaría I believe in you. El públicó la recibió abucheando por varios minutos e impidiendo comenzar su presentación; Kris Kristofferson se le acercó y le dijo: Don't let the bastards get you down (No permitas que los bastardos te depriman), a lo que ella respondió I'm not down (No estoy deprimida).
    El ruido era tal que O'Connor no pudo cantar la canción programada. Pidió a los músicos que se detuvieran y que subieran el volumen del micrófono y, en lugar de cantar, Sinéad se puso a gritar su versión de War (de Bob Marley), cortando la canción justo después de cuando ésta habla sobre el abuso a menores, para enfatizar lo que quiso dar a entender en la anterior presentación. Después, dio unos pasos al frente, miró hacia el público unos segundos y dejó el escenario. Kristofferson la consoló, mientras ella comenzó a llorar.

    Nunca fue perdonada
    Esta acción de Sinéad también ha sido motivo de parodias posteriormente. En 1993, Madonna se presentó en este mismo programa, en un episodio conducido por Harvey Keitel, interpretó Bad Girl y, al final de su presentación, mostró una foto de Joey Buttafuoco, diciendo, al igual que Sinéad, Fight the real enemy (lucha contra el verdadero enemigo) y la rompió en pedazos, tal como hiciera Sinéad.

    El 22 de septiembre de 1997, Sinéad fue entrevistada por el semanario italiano Vita. En la entrevista le pidió al Papa que la perdonara. Dijo que romper la foto fue un acto ridículo, el gesto de una chica rebelde (a ridiculous act, the gesture of a girl rebel). Afirmó entonces haberlo hecho because I was in rebellion against the faith, but I was still within the faith (porque estaba en rebelión contra la fe, pero aún estaba con ella); también citó a San Agustín, diciendo Anger is the first step towards courage (la ira es el primer paso hacia el coraje/valor).

    Sin embargo, O'Connor no se arrepintió de sus acciones. En una entrevista con Salon.com en el 2002, en momentos en que ya había muchas más denuncias de abuso sexual de menores por parte de curas, le preguntaron si cambiaría algo de su aparición en Saturday Night Live, a lo que contestó: Hell, no! (¡Por supuesto que no!).

    Todavía hasta 2008, la NBC se ha negado a repetir la secuencia donde Sinéad rompe la foto del Papa, únicamente refiriéndose al hecho y colocando otra secuencia en su lugar (donde Sinéad muestra una foto de un niño africano desnutrido y luego abandona el escenario); de todos modos, la secuencia está disponible en el volumen 4 del DVD Saturday Night Live, 25 Years of Music, con una introducción de Lorne Michaels.

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    Sinead OConnor - The Emperors New Clothes

    4:28

    Music video by Sinéad O'Connor performing The Emperor's New Clothes.

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    Sinead OConnor - Troy

    6:16

    Music video by Sinéad O'Connor performing Troy. (P) 1987 The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by Chrysalis Records Ltd

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    Sinead OConnor - Thank You For Hearing Me performance

    5:06

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    Sinéad OConnor & The Chieftains - The Foggy Dew

    5:32

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    Sinead OConnor - No Mans Woman

    3:00

    The official video for No Man's Woman taken from the album Faith and Courage (2000)

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    Sinead OConnor - Feel So Different

    6:51

    Concierto en directo en el Forest National de Brusseles.
    29 de octubre de 1990.

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    Sinead OConnor - You Made Me The Thief Of Your Heart

    4:24

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    Sinead OConnor - This is a Rebel Song

    3:27

    From PBS Sessions at West 54th

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    Roger Waters & Sinead OConnor Mother

    7:02

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    Sinead OConnor dont cry for me argentina

    5:51

    Sinead O'Connor don't cry for me argentina

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    Miley Cyrus Vs Sinead OConnor - Nothing Compares To Wrecking Ball

    4:33

    Video Remix by Music Delicious

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    Sinead O`Connor - Arsenio Hall 1991

    20:37

    Sinead O`Connor - Arsenio Hall 1991
    (includes long interview and Irish Ways Irish Laws)

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    Sinéad O Connor - Sacrifice

    5:33

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    Sinead OConnor - Take Me To Church Official Music Video

    3:05

    Take Me To Church from the album I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss
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    UK/Ireland - Available now
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    France, Italy, Spain, Scandanavia, Israel - August 25th

    Directed by James Lees
    Production Company: Doomsday
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    sinead oconnor- Thank you for hearing me

    6:19

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    Sinéad OConnor - Fire On Babylon Official Music Video

    4:59

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    Lyrics:

    She took my father from my life oh
    Took my sister and brothers oh
    I watched her torturing my child
    Feeble I was then but now I'm grown
    Fire on babylon
    Oh yes a change has come
    Fire on babylon
    Fire
    Fire
    Fire
    She's taken everything I liked
    She's taken every lover oh
    And all along she gave me lies
    Just to make me think I loved her
    Fire on babylon
    Oh yes a change has come
    Look what she did to her son
    Fire
    Fire
    Fire on
    Life's backwards
    Life's backwards
    People turn around
    The house is burned
    The house is burned
    The children are gone
    Fire
    Fire
    Fire on babylon
    Oh yes a change has come
    Fire on babylon
    Fire
    Fire, oh
    Fire, oh
    Fire on babylon
    Oh yes a change has come
    Look what she did to her son
    Look what she did to her son
    Fire, haha
    Fire, haha
    Fire
    Fire
    Fire, aha
    Fire on babylon
    Fire on babylon

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    Sinead OConnor - Jealous

    4:14

    The official video for Jealous taken from the album Faith and Courage (2000)

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    Sinéad OConnor aka Shuhada’ Sadaqat on Dave Fanning Show 22/06/19

    37:09

    Shuhada’ Sadaqat on The Dave Fanning Show 22/06/2019.
    Includes performance of 'I Am Stretched on Your Grave'.
    #aka #covers #memoir #gigs #NoMudNoLotus

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    Sinead OConnor - Oro Se do Bheatha Bhaile

    3:20

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    The Last Day of Our Acquaintance

    4:41

    Provided to YouTube by Awal Digital Ltd

    The Last Day of Our Acquaintance (2009 Remaster) · Sinéad O'Connor · Sinéad O'Connor

    I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got

    ℗ Chrysalis Records Limited

    Released on: 1990-07-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Miley Cyrus Talks Sinead OConnor in NYC

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    While meeting fans at a CD signing for her new album, Bangerz, Miley Cyrus said she's not sure she'll make up with Sinead O'Connor after the back and forth drama between the singers. (Oct. 8)

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    Sinead OConnor - Fire on Babylon

    4:48

    Watch also she performing her song Famine:

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    Sinéad O’Connor - I Do Not Want What I Havent Got

    51:18

    Sinéad O'Connor ‎– I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got

    Genre: Rock
    Style: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock
    Year: 1989

    Tracklist:

    01. Fell So Different - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 00:00
    02. I Am Stretched On Your Grave - - - - - -06:48
    03. Three Babies - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -12:22
    04. The Emperor's New Clothes - - - - - - - -17:09
    05. Black Boys On Moped - - - - - - - - - - - - -22:26
    06. Nothing Compares 2 U - - - - - - - - - - - -26:18
    07. Jump In The River - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -31:29
    08. You Cause As Much Sorrow - - - - - - - -35:48
    09. The Last Day Of Our Acquaintance - -40:48
    10. I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got - - - 45:29

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    Sinead OConnor - Something Beautiful

    6:09

    Something Beautiful is taken from the limited edition DVD package Theology. Recorded in the intimate environs of The Sugar Club.

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    An Interview With Sinead OConnor

    22:15

    Sinead O'Connor discusses spirituality, religion and her music. Interview by Dr. Rachael Turkienicz.

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    Sinead OConnor - You Made Me The Thief Of Your Heart

    4:38

    In the Name of the Father (1993) OST
    DVD Quality, VOB format

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    Sinéad OConnor - Take Me To Church - Later... with Jools Holland - BBC Two

    3:20

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    Sinéad OConnor - Silent Night Official Music Video

    3:48

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    Lyrics:

    Silent night,
    Holy night,
    All is calm,
    We see,
    All is bright
    Round young virgin mother and child,
    Holy infant so tender and mild
    We say
    Sleep in heavenly peace,
    Sleep in heavenly peace.
    Silent night,
    Holy night,
    Shepherds first saw the sight
    Glorious streaming from heaven afar,
    Heav'nly host sing Alleluia
    Christ the savior is born,
    Christ the savior is born.
    Silent night,
    Holy night,
    All is calm,
    We see,
    All in bright
    Round young virgin mother and child,
    Holy infant so tender and mild
    We say
    Sleep in heavenly peace,
    Sleep in heavenly peace.

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    Sinead OConnor - Molly Malone

    3:32

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    Sinéad OConnor - Mandinka

    3:55

    Mandika is a single released by Sinéad O'Connor from her 1987 debut album 'The Lion and the Cobra'. The single was a big college radio hit in the US following Sinéad's appearance on 'Late Night with David Letterman', in what was her first US network television appearance. This video is of her appearance at the 1989 Grammy Awards. Her only expalantion of the song came in an 1988 interview when she said “Mandinkas are an African tribe. They’re mentioned in a book called Roots by Alex Haley, which is what the song is about. In order to understand it you must read the book.”

    The Mandinka (or Mandingo) is a West African ethnic group with an estimated global population of 11 million. They are descendants of the Mali Empire and continue to educate orally, with learning traditionally done through stories, songs and proverbs. During the 16th, 17th & 18th centuries, many Mandinka were enslaved and shipped to the Americas, resulting in a significant portion of African Americans in the US being descendants of the Mandinka people. One of the better known Mandinka people is 'Kunta Kinte' whose life story was told in the Alex Haley novel 'Roots' and the subsequent mini-series of the same name. The 1974 film 'Mandingo' has boxer Ken Norton playing the main slave character.

    In urban dictionary circles, Mandingo can mean something a little different.

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    Sinéad OConnor & Shane MacGowan - Haunted

    4:15

    (C) ZTT Records, 1995. A Zang Tuuum Original, ZANG 65.

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    Sinead OConnor - My Mans Gone Now

    3:40

    from the album 'the glory of GERSHWIN, featuring LARRY ADLER'
    This recording is a tribute to the great legend Larry Adler (Harmonica impresario and friend of Gershwin) in celebration of his 80th birthday
    © 1994 PHONOGRAM LTD (London)
    Thanks to 'jonsabine29' for the vid. I've corrected the audio.:-)

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    My mans gone now by Sinead OConnor

    3:38

    from the Glory of Gershwin album

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    Sinead OConnor - The Last Day Of Our Aquaintance

    6:02

    Official video for The Last Day Of Our Aquaintance (Live) from the Value Of Ignorance DVD by Sinead O'Connor.

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    Danny Boy - Sinead O Connor

    4:33

    Sinead O Connor singing Danny Boy on the Late Late Show

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    Only You - Sinead OConnor

    5:19

    From the Young Victoria Soundtrack

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    Sinead OConnor - 4th and Vine

    4:01

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    Sinead OConnor - The Foggy Dew

    5:26

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    Sinéad OConnor - Three Babies

    4:43

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    Sinead OConnor & Christy Moore -First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

    3:13

    Sinead O'Connor & Christy Moore -First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (RTE Uncovered)

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    Sinead OConnor busking on Grafton St. Dublin - Nothing compares to you

    3:55

    Sínead O'Connor busking for Simon Community and the Peter McVerry Trust.on Grafton Street, Dublin; on Christmas eve. She's performing Nothing compares to you with Glen Hansard on guitar. Enjoy!

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    Sinead O Connor - Famine @ Later with Jools holland

    5:02

    Watch also she performing her song Fire on Babylon:

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    Sinead OConnor - Nothing Compares 2 U

    5:39

    Não esqueçam de comentar e votar, isso incentiva o nosso trabalho. Obrigado!

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    Sinead OConnor - Jealous.

    4:20

    Sinead O'Connor - Jealous (Dawson's Creek Soundtrack).
    Composed O'connor.

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    Sinead OConnor - I Believe In You

    6:08

    Sinead O'Connor - I Believe In You

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    Sinead O`Connor ~ Róisín Dubh

    7:48

    Róisín Dubh (pronounced Ro-sheen dove), meaning Black Rose, written in the 16th century, is one of Ireland's most famous political songs. It is based on an older love-lyric which referred to the poet's beloved rather than, as here, being a metaphor for Ireland. The intimate tone of the original carries over into the political song.....

    Lyrics As Gaeilge.....A Róisín ná bíodh brón ort fé'r éirigh dhuit:
    Tá na bráithre 'teacht thar sáile 's iad ag triall ar muir,
    Tiocfaidh do phárdún ón bPápa is ón Róimh anoir
    'S ní spárálfar fíon Spáinneach ar mo Róisín Dubh.


    Is fada an réim a léig mé léi ó inné 'dtí inniu,
    Trasna sléibhte go ndeachas léi, fé sheolta ar muir;
    An éirne is chaith mé 'léim í, cé gur mór é an sruth;
    'S bhí ceol téad ar gach taobh díom is mo Róisín Dubh.


    Mhairbh tú mé, a bhrídeach, is nárbh fhearrde dhuit,
    Is go bhfuil m'anam istigh i ngean ort 's ní inné ná inniu;
    D'fhág tú lag anbhfann mé i ngné is i gcruth-
    Ná feall orm is mé i ngean ort, a Róisín Dubh.


    Shiubhalfainn féin an drúcht leat is fásaigh ghuirt,
    Mar shúil go bhfaighinn rún uait nó páirt dem thoil.
    A chraoibhín chumhra, gheallais domhsa go raibh grá agat dom
    -'S gurab í fíor-scoth na Mumhan í, mo Róisín Dubh.


    Dá mbeadh seisreach agam threabhfainn in aghaidh na gcnoc,
    is dhéanfainn soiscéal i lár an aifrinn do mo Róisín Dubh,
    bhéarfainn póg don chailín óg a bhéarfadh a hóighe dhom,
    is dhéanfainn cleas ar chúl an leasa le mo Róisín Dubh.


    Beidh an Éirne 'na tuiltibh tréana is réabfar cnoic,
    Beidh an fharraige 'na tonntaibh dearga is doirtfear fuil,
    Beidh gach gleann sléibhe ar fud éireann is móinte ar crith,
    Lá éigin sul a n-éagfaidh mo Róisín Dubh.

    Lyrics in English......Little Rose, be not sad for all that hath behapped thee:
    The friars are coming across the sea, they march on the main.
    From the Pope shall come thy pardon, and from Rome, from the East-
    And stint not Spanish wine to my Little Dark Rose.


    Long the journey that I made with her from yesterday till today,
    Over mountains did I go with her, under the sails upon the sea,
    The Erne I passed by leaping, though wide the flood,
    And there was string music on each side of me and my Little Dark Rose!


    Thou hast slain me, O my bride, and may it serve thee no whit,
    For the soul within me loveth thee, not since yesterday nor today,
    Thou has left me weak and broken in mien and in shape,
    Betray me not who love thee, my Little Dark Rose!


    I would walk the dew with thee and the meadowy wastes,
    In hope of getting love from thee, or part of my will,
    Frangrant branch, thou didst promise me that thou hadst for me love-
    And sure the flower of all Munster is Little Dark Rose!


    Had I a yoke of horses I would plough against the hills,
    In middle-Mass I'd make a gospel of my Little Dark Rose,
    I'd give a kiss to the young girl that would give her mouth to me,
    And behind the liss would lie embracing my Little Dark Rose!


    The Erne shall rise in rude torrents, hills shall be rent,
    The sea shall roll in red waves, and blood be poured out,
    Every mountain glen in Ireland, and the bogs shall quake
    Some day ere shall perish my Little Dark Rose!

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    I Want Your - Sinéad OConnor

    4:43

    Canção I Want Your (Hands On Me), da cantora irlandesa Sinéad O'Connor, presente no seu 1º álbum de estúdio, The Lion and The Cobra.

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