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Oró tír na nóg

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Oró tír na nóg Song Lyrics. © Des Wade 2010
APRA & All Rights Reserved

Des Wade Songs

There is an island like a jewel
Set in a silver sea
Where dwell the Clan De Danaan who will
Webs of wonder weave
With arcane charms and spells that tell
How to move the earth like the ocean swell
How to stay the moment as it pass
And hold time’s heartbeat in your grasp

Oró tír na nóg - life is but a dream foretold
Oró tír na nóg - all you desire is what the future holds 

There is a kingdom like a gem   
Set in hills of velvet green
And in faery fort and elven glen
Live the children of the dream
And there they dance to the old romance  
Of songs a-gathered from afar
And the tunes they brought
That they have caught
Between the waterfalling stars

Oró tír na nóg - every wondrous dream foretold
Oró tír na nóg - all you desire is what the future holds

There is a castle like a pearl    
Set in a stony crown
Of mountain peaks from which unfurl
Clouds like a lacy gown
Of mist that seems to ebb and flow   
In dark valleys deep below
Where síoga folk with flesh of smoke
Gather souls like flowers
In the witching hours

Oró tír na nóg
The spring of youth is never done  
Sipped from the pale moon’s bowl
And the golden chalice of the sun
 

   
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