"My Lagan Love" as written by . Traditional, Sinead O'connor, Donal Lunny, Stephen Patrick Wickham, Adrian Maxwell Sherwood, Alan Edward Branch, Pete Lockett, Professor Stretch and Joseph Campbell....
Where Lagan streams sing lullabies
There blows a lily fair
The twilight gleam is in her eye
The night is on her hair
And, like a love-sick lennan-shee
She hath my heart in thrall

No life have I, no liberty,
For love is lord of all

And sometimes when the beetle's horn
Has lulled the eve to sleep,
I steal into her shieling lorn,
And through her doorway creep,
There on the crickets' singing stone
She spares the bogwood fire,

And hums in sad sweet undertone
The song of heart's desire



Her welcome, like her love for me
Is from her heart within
Her warm kiss is felicity
That knows no taint of sin.



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