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Glaodh An Iar chords

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Celtic Folk song ideally played on electro/acoustic guitar,easy to learn and follow,even if you do not speak gaelic,i have added translation to end of tab. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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MANRAN - GLAODH AN IAR   2012


    [INTRO]
G   Em   D    C     G    Em    Am   G   

    [VERSE 1]
G
Nach deamamh èisd is togaibh fonn
 Em                    D
seo an dan a' chairdeas fala
            C              Em
's coisich sunndach tro do laithean
Am      D     G
aotrom, òige, sàor

    [VERSE 2]
G
'S tog do shuilean do'n iar
  Em                           D
's dhan an àite far am bith mi a'laighe
        C                          Em
fois na linnteann ' tighinn air m' annam
Am       D           G
aig tàmh fo sgail do spèis


    [CHORUS]
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
        C          D
Ah he o ro ho-o ro eile
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
  Em     Am    D   G
Ah he o ro ho ro eile

    [VERSE 3]
G
Eisd ri glaodh an iar
     Em                         D
tro gach gleann, gach tràigh is bealach
        C               Em
binn an guth a thig air m'aire
Am       D        Em
tron a chamhanaich buan


    [CHORUS]
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
        C          D
Ah he o ro ho-o ro eile
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
   Em   Am   D    G
Ah he o ro ho ro eile


    [MIDDLE EIGHT]
C
Na blàthan cha mhair iad
                      
Tha sinn air sgaradh
                G
's thu cho fada bhuam
       Em
Ach le tiodhlac nad cridhe
               Am
's thu tighinn dhachaigh
                  D
Mar soitheach air cuan

    [VERSE 4]
G
Is bi sinn aosmhor, bi sinn òg
   Em                    D
mar na h-uain aig ard an earraich
          C             Em
ruith le sunnd gu bàr na tulaich
  Am7     D7        G
's tro raointean abaich ùr


    [CHORUS]
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
        C          D
Ah he o ro ho-o ro eile
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
 Em   Am    D    G
Ah he o ro ho ro eile

    [CHORUS]
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
        C          D
Ah he o ro ho-o ro eile
        C       G
Ah he o ro ho-o ro
  Em  Am    D    G        G
Ah he o ro ho ro eile





Verse Translation:

Deamamh will not listen and tune
This daring time the kindness blood
And walk through the cheerful days
Light , younger , free

I lift your eyes to the west
And to the place where I will a'laighe
linnteann the rest coming on to me
at rest under the shadow of respect

Hear the cry of the west
through every valley , every pass and beach
sweet voice comes to me
through a permanent twilight

Historic are we , we are young
as the lambs at high spring
running with joy to bar the hummocks
And through new areas ripe

Middle Eight Translation

The flowers only last
We have separated
And as far from me
But with a heart gift
And you come home
As ocean ship

Mark W

From the debut CD "Manran" by Scottish Celtic Folf/Rock band Manran 2011

            
            
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guillermopeitto 10,794 Jun 17, 2016 12:21 PM

Beautiful song, great tab !!!

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superuglymonkey 11 Jun 28, 2016 01:42 PM

Good band,good tab

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schoben 3,352 Jul 11, 2016 03:29 AM

Really nice to play your chords along with this beautiful folk song!! 5 Stars:)

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