"Celtic Aggression" as written by Jeff Russo, Emerson Hart and Dan Rothchild....
Somebody cried the death of culture
Somebody spit in the little boy's face
Somebody said you robbed my homeland
Somebody got the wrong impression
So we cam across the water
From the shores of the isle of green
Speaking separate tongues
In the seath of culture
It was the death of culture
Somebody said you stole my language
Some people will say anything
Somebody say you robbed my heritage
Some people will believe anything
Somebody said you always spoke English
Somebody got the wrong impression
So we came across the water
From the shores of the isle of green
Speaking separate tongues
In the death of culture
It was the death of culture
It was the death of culture
Bhi machree
Ohin trasna na farraige
Bhi machree
Ohin trasna na farraige
So we came across the water
From the shores of the isle of green
Speaking separate tongues
In the death of culture



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"Celtic Aggression" as written by Emerson Hart Dan Rothchild

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    My InterpretationMy interpretation is that it speaks of the Irish having their culture destroyed by the English and then leaving for America to escape persecution and other problems.
    sanchomurphy1on February 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI agree with that interpretation. I wanted to post the translation of the non english text in the song:

    My heart came, From across the sea.
    (Bhi machree Ohin trasna na farraige)
    EternalTearsOfSorrowon July 08, 2010   Link
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    General CommentBhí mo chroí ón trasna na fharraige.
    TimmyPat915on July 23, 2017   Link

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