Shule, shule, shule aroon
Shule go succir agus, shule go kewn,
Shule go durrus oggus aylig lume,

Shule, shule, shule aroon
Shule go succir agus, shule go kewn,
Shule go durrus oggus aylig lume,
Iss guh day thoo avorneen slawn.

I wish I was on yonder hill
’Tis there I’d sit and cry my fill,
And every tear would turn a mill

I'll sell my rod, I'll sell my reel
I'll sell my only spinning wheel
To buy my love a sword of steel

Shule, shule, shule aroon
Shule go succir agus, shule go kewn,
Shule go durrus oggus aylig lume,
Iss guh day thoo avorneen slawn.

I'll dye my petticoats, I'll dye them red
And 'round the world I'll beg my bread
Until my parents shall wish me dead

Shule, shule, shule aroon
Shule go succir agus, shule go kewn,
Shule go durrus oggus aylig lume,
Iss guh day thoo avorneen slawn.

Shule, shule, shule aroon
Shule go succir agus, shule go kewn,
Shule go durrus oggus aylig lume

Shule, shule, shule aroon
Shule go succir agus, shule go kewn,
Shule go durrus oggus aylig lume,
Iss guh day thoo avorneen slawn.


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Siuil a Run (Walk My Love) song meanings
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  • +1
    General CommentI apologise but those lyrics are almost physcially painful to look at.
    Here's how it should be:

    Siuil, siuil, siuil a ruin
    Siuil go sochair agus siuil go ciuin
    Siuil go doras agus ealaigh liom
    Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan

    I wish I was on yonder hill
    Tis there Id sit and cry my fill
    Till every tear would turn a mill

    I would sell my rod, I would sell my reel
    I would sell my only spinning wheel
    to buy my lover a sword of steel

    Siuil, siuil, siuil a ruin
    Siuil go sochair agus siuil go ciuin
    Siuil go doras agus ealaigh liom
    Is go dte tu mo mhuirnin slan

    I'll dye my petticoats, I'll dye them red
    And 'round the world I'll beg my bread
    Until my parents shall wish me dead
    Miasmaon February 13, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWow. Am I a geek for commenting on this or what?

    Too bad! It's a beautiful song and I'd love to see a translation... so if anyone happens to speak Gaelic... hehe.
    cloudy eyeon July 02, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNot at all.

    Come, come, come, O love,
    Quickly come to me, softly move;
    Come to the door, and away we'll flee,
    And safe for (me) may my darling be!


    As you said, a beautiful song.
    thistlewhistleron September 19, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song make me feel relaxed that I forget about everything. celticwomanconcerts.com/
    Иринаon March 27, 2016   Link

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