9 thoughts on “ Down The Boreen Where The Clúrachán Was Seen

  1. when the evenin' sun went down And the moon began a peepin' from behind the Hill O' Down And you wandered down the boreen where the clúrachán was seen And you whispered lovin' praises to your own dear sweet cáilín Chorus.
  2. Bar Clurachan クルラホーン, Nagoya. 49 likes · 36 were here. 名古屋市中区新栄にある、 カウンターだけの小さなお店です。 気軽にご来店くださいませ!!Missing: Boreen.
  3. Jul 25,  · Like a pitcher in a dream Did you ever make a hole on top To hold the meltin' flake Or the creamy flavoured butter That our mother's used to make Chorus Oh you did, so you did So did he and so did i And the more I think about it Sure the nearer I'm to cry Oh weren't them the happy days When troubles we knew not And or mother made colcannon In the little skillet pot Well, did you ever take.
  4. It's the spelling given in the lyrics that came with the CD. The line is "And you wandered down the boreen where the clurachan was seen and you whispered lovin' praises to you own dear sweet cailin". There's an accent mark over the "u" and another over the second "a".
  5. When the evenin' sun went down And the moon began a peepin' From behind the hill o' down And you wandered down the boreen Where the clúrachán was seen And you whispered lovin' praises to Your own dear sweet cáilín Chorus/10(23).
  6. When the evenin' sun went down And the moon began a peepin' From behind the hill o' down And you wandered down the boreen Where the clúrachán was seen And you whispered lovin' praises to Your own dear sweet cáilín Chorus. Send Colcannon (The Black Family) Ringtone to your Cell.
  7. Well did you ever go a-courting as the evening sun went down, And the moon began a-peeping from behind the Hill o' Down? As you wandered down the boreen (2) where the clúrachán (3) was seen, And you whispered loving phrases to your little fair Colleen. (Chorus).
  8. Feb 09,  · A short walk up an old boreen leads us to a clachán – a tiny settlement of houses, now all in ruins. The residents had magnificent views back down to the bay in their day, but as people say around here, you can’t eat scenery and the families who lived here are long gone to .
  9. when the evenin' sun went down And the moon began a peepin' from behind the Hill O' Down And you wandered down the boreen where the clúrachán was seen And you whispered lovin' praises to your own dear sweet cáilín Chorus: This song can be found on the following albums.

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