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Sliabh Gallion Brea Irish lyrics and chords, a traditional song, the video is of singer Gemma Hasson, a beautiful version of this old classic song.
 

[C]As I went a-[Bb]walking one[Dm] morn[F]ing in[C] May,
To[Am] view yonder val[G]leys and mountains so[C] gay,
I was[Bb] thinking of[F] yon flowers soon a-[C]going to de[Am]cay,
That grow a[G]round you,[C] bonny,[Dm] bonny Sliabh[G] Gallen's [C]Brae.
 
My name is James McGarvey and I'd havve you understand,
I come from Derrygennard and I own a farm of land;
But my rents are getting higher, and I can no longer pay,
So farewell unto you bonny, bonny Sliabh Gallen's Brae.
 
Oft o'er these mountains with my dog and my gun,
I wandered these mountains for pastime and for fun,
But those days they are all over, and I must go away;
So farewell unto you bonny, bonny Sliabh Gallen's Brae.
 
It's not for the want of employment at home,
That causes the sons of Old Ireland to roam,
But our rents are getting higher, and the rates we cannot pay;
So farewell unto you bonny, bonny Sliabh Gallen's Brae.
 
Farewell to Old Ireland, that island so green,
To the parish of Lissan and the cross of Ballinascreen,
May good fortune shine upon you while I am far away,
So farewell unto you bonny, bonny Sliabh Gallen's Brae

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