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MY LAGAN LOVE (traditional early 20th c (m) Joseph Campbell (l) ) as recorded by Barbara Dickson 2001 Where Lagan streams sing lullaby There blooms a lily fair, And the twilight gleam is in her eye And the night is in her hair. And like a lovesick leanan sidhe She does my heart enthrall, Nor life I owe, nor liberty, For love is lord of all! And often when the beetle's horn Has lulled the eve to sleep, I steal unto her shieling lorn And through the doorway peep. There on the cricket's singing stone She spurns the bogwood fire, And hums in sad sweet undertone The song of heart's desire. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - September 2020)


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