Irish Songs Lyrics With Guitar Chords By Martin Dardis

Titrwm Tatrwm

Home
Lyrics + Chords A-B
C - F
G - J
K - M
N - R
S - T
U - Z
The Tin Whistle Song Book With Letter Notes
Sheet Music And Tin Whistle
Tin Whistle Music 2
Learning Tin Whistle
Children's Songs On Tin Whistle
Pop Songs For The Tin Whistle
Christmas Carols For The Tin Whistle
Traditional Whistle Sheet Music
The Dubliners
Christy Moore
Wolfe Tones
Fureys Brothers
Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem
Pogues
Most Popular Songs
Dublin City Ramblers
Johnny McEvoy
Scottish Songs
Gaeilge Songs
Foster & Allen
Irish Brigade
Country And Pop
Mary Black
Derek Ryan
Eric Bogle
Corries
McCalmans
Saw Doctors
Seamus Moore
Tommy Sands
Colum Sands
Football And Hurling Songs
American Folk And Patriotic Songs
German Songs
Runrig
Charlie And The Bhoys
Big Tom
Nathan Carter Lyrics
Welsh Songs
Other Songs And Resources
Updates
Guestbook
Learn Guitar

TITRWM TATRWM 4/4. The lyrics and chords fit Siwsann George’s version from her album ‚Traditional Songs of Wales / Caneuon Traddodiadol Cymru’. Use a capo on the 4th fret.
 

(Am)Titrwm, (G)tatrwm, (Am)Gwen lliw’r wyn
Lliw (G)meillion (Am)mwyn ’rwy’n (G)curo
Mae’r (Am)gwynt yn oer (G)oddi (Am)ar y (C)llyn
O (C)flodyn y (G)dyffryn, (Am)deffro
Chwyth y tan, mi gynnith (G)toc
Ma’ (Am)hi (G)ddrycinog (Am)heno.

Optional Bridge
Sing one verse just using ’la, la, la...’

(Am)Os ym(G)hell o’m (Am)gwlad yr af
Pa (G)beth a (Am)wnaf ’m (G)genath
Pu(Am)na i (G)mynd hi (Am)hefo (C)mi
Ai (Am)gada’l (G)hi mwen (Am)hia’th?
Hed fy nghalon o bob (G)man
I (Am)frynia a (G)phantia (Am)Pentrath.
Optional instrumental bridge

(Am)Weithia’n (G)Llundain (Am)weithia ’ng Nghaer
Yn (G)gweithio’n (Am)daer am(G)dani;
(Am)Weithia’n (G)gwasgu’r (Am)fun mewn (C)cell
Ac (Am)weithiau mhell (G)oddi (Am)wrthi
Mi gofleidiwn flodau’r (G)rhos
Pe (Am)bawn i’n (G)agos (Am)ati.

Optional Outro
Sing one verse just using ’la, la, la...’

English Translation
Titrwm, tatrwm, Gwen, the colour of lambs,
The colour of clover, I’m knocking,
The wind is cold from the lake
Awake, flower of the vale.
Below the fire to light now
It’s stormy tonight.

If I go a long way fromm y country
What will I do with my lassie
Take her with me,
Or leave her to pine;
My heart flies from every place
To the hills and valleys of Pentraeth

Sometimes in London or Chester
Working my best for her,
Sometimes holding the maiden in a small room,
And sometimes far from her
I would be embracing the flower of the moon
If I were close to her.

rsz_1rsz_1rsz_greenwhiteorange2.jpg

Privacy Policy        Links  Copyright  2002 - 2014 Martin Dardis

rsz_1rsz_1rsz_greenwhiteorange2.jpg