Hallelujah eadar-dhealichte? :-)

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Hallelujah eadar-dhealichte? :-)

Unread post by faoileag » Thu Sep 24, 2009 11:54 pm

'Airidhbhruach' aig Sounds in the Grounds ann an Steòrnabhaigh:


(Fast forward to 1:18)

:lol: :lol: :lol:

I’ve heard there was a secret ceard
Beyond the turning for Gearraidh a Bhàrd
But you just don’t care for South Lochs, do ya?...
So keep going thus past Brown Owl’s bus
Give Eishken, Seaforth Head a miss
And you will find yourself in Airidhbhruach
Airidhbhruach Airidhbhruach
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach

The language purists don’t approve
It’s Airidh a’ bhruaich, ya townie pooves
Pronounce it right or we will fleekeen do ya
We’ll use a blunted tairsgear
To jab your toinn and cut your hair
Until you start pronouncing “Airidhbhrua-ich”
It’s Airidh a’ bhrua-ich, Airidh a’ bhrua-ich
Airidh a’ bhrua-ich, Airidh a’ bhrua-ich...

If you have been there before
You probably won’t go back no more
Especially if you’re a deer because they’ll stew you
Martins and Montgomerys-es
Conspire to put you in the freezer...
It’s cold in there in fleekeen Airidhbhruach
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach

They do their messages at the van
Cos there’s no shops it’s the only place they can
Get stuff like tins of beans and marag dubh, yeah
And once a year they go to Woolies
But from next week that will be foolish
Cos Woolies will be closed and everybody in it
will be on the burroo-ya
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach

They’re all half-Hearach and half-South Lochs
And half-Balallan, o mo chreach !
That combination sends a shiver through ya
They don’t like to read or write
They’d rather shoot at things at night...
And net some bradan before they get the cùram
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach
Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach

And some of them are APCs
And one or two more are Wee Frees
And three or four have joined the Continue-ya (ing)
So when their ammunition’s spent
They go to church for a good precent
Especially when it’s at the comm-i-yoonians
In Airidhbhruach, Airidhbhruach...

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Unread post by GunChleoc » Fri Sep 25, 2009 6:48 am

:lol: :lol: :lol:
Oileanach chànan chuthachail
Na dealbhan agam

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Unread post by Thrissel » Fri Oct 02, 2009 7:12 pm


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Unread post by horogheallaidh » Sat Oct 17, 2009 12:16 am

fior mhath - :) :) :)

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