"The Light on the Hill" as written by Moya Brennan and Denis Woods....
Low Ro Ho Ro
Glór na Gael (The Irish voice)
Low Ro Ho Ro
Éist le glór Dé (Listen to God's voice)

A sea journety takes him across
Takes our hero across
With the word in his heart
Lonely he prayed on the hill
Night and day a hundred times
A hundred times and more
And the voice
He heard calling
To plant the light of life
The light on the hill

Low Ro Ho Ro
Glór na Gael (The Irish voice)
Low Ro Ho Ro
Éist le glór Dé (Listen to God's voice)

Low Ro Ho Ro
Glór na Gael (The Irish voice)
Low Ro Ho Ro
Éist le glór Dé (Listen to God's voice)

A mission of faith sounds the bell
Brought a holy man with dreams
With his dreams for this Island
Letters he left to declare
This was his promised land
It's the land that was chosen
The voice
And his message
Still lives a thousand years
A thousand years and more

Low Ro Ho Ro
Glór na Gael (The Irish voice)
Low Ro Ho Ro
Éist le glór Dé (Listen to God's voice)


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