Oro Mo Bhaidin
Mary O'Hara Lyrics


Crochfaidh mé seolta is rachaidh mé siar
Óró mo churaichín ó!
'S go hOíche Fhéil' Eoin ní thiocfaidh mé aniar
Óró mo bháidín!

Óró mo churaichín ó!
Óró mo bháidín
Óró mo churaichín ó!
Óró mo bháidín!
Nach breá í mo bháidín ag snámh ar a' gcuan
Óró mo churaichín ó
'S na céaslaí á dtarraingt go láidir 's go buan
Óró mo bháidín

Óró mo churaichín ó!
Óró mo bháidín,
Óró mo churaichín ó!
Óró mo bháidín!

Nach lúfar í ag iomramh soir agus siar
Óró mo churaichín ó
'S a sárú ní bhfaighidh tú ó Árainn go Cliar

Óró mo bháidín

Óró mo churaichín ó!
Óró mo bháidín
Óró mo churaichín ó!
Óró mo bháidín!

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Comments from YouTube:

crafty.youth.

I've got to admit, Passion Pit was pretty creative with this sampling. This song here is beautiful.

gengar's mom

I just looped the video for Sleepyhead. Now THIS is on loop. Forever.

Dave M

My mother, Mary Teresa Murphy from Thomas Street in Dublin used to sing me to sleep with this song in Gaeling (circa 1960). She was a lovely Mammy!

ExcessiveSpareTime

I'll raise the sails and go to the west Oh my little rowing boat And I won't be back 'til Saint John's Eve Oh my little boat Oh my little rowing boat Oh my little boat Moored in her harbor, how pretty she looks Oh my little rowing boat I draw these oars with strong steady hands Oh my little boat Oh my little rowing boat Oh my little boat It's so wonderful, jumping o'er the tall waves Oh my little rowing boat And when I'm ashore, oh how little it weighs Oh my little boat

CimmerianDusk

seriously? i did not expect sleepyhead to come from of all things an irish woman playing a soothing song on a harp ._.

Eddie Wyatt

and everythings goin to the beat.

altowlee33

My god this song is such a gorgeous dream. It's amazing what art can do- taking us to places that we would never be able to reach otherwise- new worlds and depths of beauty and emotion. I almost want to cry listening to the beauty of this song.

jcriedijk

A legend during her life-Mary O'Hara,the best ambassador Ireland could have wished in the past 55 years.Mary was born in 1935 and started to sing the old Irish folksongs at the young age of abt 20 The purity of the voice with just her own harp,no technical additions(How far have we come nowadays!) At 2.45 min. Mary shows her classical qualities,not only her stunning breathcontrol,but by repeating the last verse in a beautiful pianissimo.A great singer/musician of historical value

Samurai 36 methods

I would have.. but nothing like sleep head. That was an electronic dream right there. I'm glad you all dig original samples.

Juan Pablo Orozco

This is why I love Passion Pit! They introduce me in a really cool world of music

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