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Subject: Re: A moving song for me


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Jon
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Date Posted: Tue, Jun 20 2006, 6:22:44 GMT
In reply to: Jon 's message, "A moving song for me" on Fri, Jun 16 2006, 8:35:33 GMT

Does no one know? Or maybe no one is seeing this because it's so far down the list, thanks to damn medication ads lol It seems that we have been infiltrated!

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LDM
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Date Posted: Fri, Jun 23 2006, 16:07:49 GMT

hummm, my Gaelic is a bit rusty but,yeah, Siuil A Run would usually be translated as walk(or go) my love, although in the context of that specific song, "siuil" could also mean "come".But that depends on the interpretation and I don't want to confuse you.:)




>Perhaps those of you (ahem Jaime lol) with a bit more
>knowledge of things Irish could help me out a tad.
>The Gaelic chorus of the song "Siuil A Run" has
>always, always, reminded me of the epilouge of At
>Swim, Two Boys when Jim talks of seeing Doyler walk
>away in his dreams. And then I heard that "Siuil A
>Run" actually means "walk my love." Is this true?
>How ironic if I put the two together beforehand.
>Perhaps it's some leftover, inborn knowledge tied to
>my ancestral Irish heritage, which survives in some
>strength in the hollows of Appalachia where I reside.
>Just wondering.
>
>A True Blue "At Swimmer,"
>
>Jon

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