SongBook1

by Cecile Corbel

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    tracklist :

    1 Suil a roon (3’22)
    2 Le vent m'emporte (4’14)
    3 Bemnoz (3’57)
    4 She moved through the fair (3’50)
    5 Blackbird (4’05)
    6 O stor mo chroi (3’50)
    7 Auchindoun (3’14)
    8 C’hoant dimein (4’26)
    9 Three ravens (4’23)
    10 Dellum down (3’16)
    11 Red rose (3’29)
    12 Valse des Ondines (2006) (3’48)

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1.
Suil A Ruin 03:21
Siúil, siúil, siúil a ruin Siúil go sochair agus siúil go ciuin Siúil go doras agus ealaigh liom Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan I wish I were on yonder hill (and) there I'd sit and I'd cry my fill, ( and) ev'ry tear would turn a mill, And a blessing walk with you, my love Siúil, siúil, siúil a ruin Siúil go sochair agus siúil go ciuin Siúil go doras agus ealaigh liom Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan I'll sell my rod, I'll sell my reel I'll sell my only spinning wheel To by my love a sword of steel And a blessing walk with you, my love Siúil, siúil, siúil a ruin Siúil go sochair agus siúil go ciuin Siúil go doras agus ealaigh liom Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan I wish, I wish, I wish in vain I wish I had my heart again, And vainly think I'd not complain And a blessing walk with you, my love Siúil, siúil, siúil a ruin Siúil go sochair agus siúil go ciuin Siúil go doras agus ealaigh liom Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan But now my love has gone to France To try his fortune to advance. If he e'er come back, 'tis but a chance And a blessing walk with you, my love Siúil, siúil, siúil a ruin Siúil go sochair agus siúil go ciuin Siúil go doras agus ealaigh liom Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan
2.
Si le vent demeure ici Dún do shúil a rún mo chroí il ne tisse que des mensonges Il chante au creux des songes Et miroir après miroir Tu sais les souvenirs se mêlent Et Je cherche nos ombres qui dorment Avant que le jour ne vienne Le vent m’emporte ailleurs Kaset oan war ar mor perdue à jamais A ya gant an avel War aodoù ar c'hornog Et le vent m’aura menti Dún do shúil a rún mo chroí Il ne reste que des mensonges Cachés au creux des songes Et miroir après miroir Tu sais où les regrets me mènent Et j’entends nos ombres sans les voir Avant que le jour ne vienne Le vent m’emporte ailleurs Kaset oan war ar mor perdue à jamais A ya gant an avel War aodoù ar c'hornog Le vent m’emporte ailleurs Kaset oan war ar mor perdue à jamais A ya gant an avel War aodoù ar c'hornog
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A Stór Mo Chroí, when you're far away Far from the land you'll be leaving, It's many a time by night and by day That your heart will be sorely grieving. For the stranger's land may be bright and fair, And rich in its treasures golden. But you'll pine, I know, for the long, long ago And the love that is never olden. A Stór Mo Chroí, in the stranger's land There is plenty of wealth and wailing. Whilst gems adorn the great and the grand There are faces with hunger pailing. Though the road is toilsome, and hard to tread And the lights of their cities will blind you. Won't you turn a stór to Erin's shore And the ones that you're leaving behind you. A Stór Mo Chroí, when the evening's mist Over mountain and sea is falling, won't you turn away from the throng And maybe you'll hear me calling. For the sound of a voice that is surely missed For somebody's quick returning. A ruin, a ruin, oh  won't you come back soon To the ones who will always love you
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My young love said to me, "My mother won't mind And my father won't slight you for your lack of kind" And she stepped away from me and this she did say: It will not be long, love, till our wedding day" As she stepped away from me and she moved through the fair And fondly I watched her move here and move there And then she turned homeward with one star awake Like the swan in the evening moves over the lake The people were saying, no two e'er were wed But one had a sorrow that never was said And I smiled as she passed with her goods and her gear, And that was the last that I saw of my dear. Last night she came to me, my dead love came in So softly she came that her feet made no din As she laid her hand on me and this she did say "It will not be long, love, 'til our wedding day"
5.
Auchindoun 03:12
As I cam' in by Fiddichside, on a May morning I spied Willie MacIntosh an hour before the dawning Turn agin, turn agin, turn agin, I bid ye If ye burn Auchindoun, Huntly he will heid ye Heid me or hang me, that shall never fear me I'll burn Auchindoun though the life leaves me As I cam' in by Auchindoun on a may morning Auchindoun was in a bleeze, an hour before the dawning CHORUS : Halamachadoo hoo-ra-bhi Oh hoo-rabha-hi-na, hoo-rabha hin Halamachadoo hoo-ra-bhi Oh decko decko dandy
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Blackbird 04:00
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Bemnoz 03:56
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Three ravens 04:22
There were three ravens sat on a tree, Downe a downe, hay downe, hay downe There were three ravens sat on a tree, With a downe There were three ravens sat on a tree, They were as blacke as they might be. With a downe derrie, derrie, derrie, downe, downe The one of them said to his mate, "Where shall we our breakfast take? "Downe in yonder greene field, There lies a knight slain under his shield. "His hounds they lie downe at his feete, So well they can their master keepe. "His haukes they flie so eagerly, There's no fowle dare him to come nie." Downe there come a fallow doe, As great with young as she might goe. She lift up his boudy hed, And kist his wounds that were so red. She got him up upon her backe, And carried him to earthen lake. She buried him before the prime, She was dead herselfe ere even-song time. God send every gentleman, Such haukes, such hounds, and such a leman. Refr -Downe a downe, hay downe They were as blacke as they might be Downe a downe, hay downe With a downe derrie downe derrie -Downe a downe, hay downe There were three ravens sat on a tree, Downe a downe, hay downe With a downe derrie downe
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Dellum Down 03:11
There is a wild boar in these woods, Dellum down, dellum down, There is a wild boar in these woods, He'll eat your meat and suck your blood. Dellum down, dellum down. Bangrum drew his wooden knife Dellum down, dellum down, And swore he'd take the wild boar's life. Dellum down, dellum down. The wild boar came in such a flash, Dellum down, dellum down, He broke his way through oak and ash. Dellum down, dellum down.
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Red Rose 03:24
O, my Luve's like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June. O, my Luve's like a melodie That's sweetly play'd in tune. As fair as thou, my bonnie lass, So deep in luve am I; And I will love thee still, my dear, Till a' the seas gang dry. Till a' the seas gang dry, my dear, And the rocks melt wi' the sun: I will love thess till, my dear, While the sands o' life shall run: And fare thee well, my only luve! And fare thee weel, a while! And I will come again, my luve, Tho' it ware ten thousand mile.
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released January 1, 2006

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