Donal Agus Morag
Bhi/ mo/ran daoine uasal ann,
Bhi/ tuataniaigh na h-Alban ann,
Bhi/ 'n maistir scoile 'san ministir ann,
Bhi/ an laoch Mac Amhlaigh ann.
Do/nal, 'se Do/nal,
'Se Do/nal a rinne an bhainis,
Do/nal agus Mo/rag a rinne an
Bhi/ cearcan ann, is bhi/ geoidh ann,
Bhi/ corr is dosean sgairbh ann,
Seo bha iad is bhi/ car bi/ ann,
'Se cearc na n-e/an a b'fhear dhuidh ann.
Bhi/ braida/in 's bric on E/irne ann,
Is flu/irse feoil na bhfia n-e/an ann,
Feol mart is lao, ba bhlasta bhi/,
Bhi/ uanfheol friochta is oisfheoil ann.
Bhi/ 'n di/ go fial 's fairsing ann,
Bhi/ brannda is fi/on na Spa/inne ann,
Bhi/ po/iti/n stil is mead le mil,
Bhi/ beoir is leann na h-E/ireann.
The nobility was plentiful,
And ordinary folkfrom Scotland,
The school master and the minister,
With the warrior MacAuley there.
It was Do/nal, it was Do/nal,
It was Do/nal made the wedding,
It was Do/nal and Mo/rag that made a
The meat of hens and geese there were,
With a dozen cormorants and more,
Of all the foods on offer there,
The tender chicken they did prefer.
There were Erne trout and salmon there,
With meat of game and wildfowl,
Prime beef and veal made a tasty meal,
With roasts of lamb and venison.
The varied drinks were plentiful,
With Spanish wine and brandy,
Distilled poteen and honey mead,
And ale and beer from Erin.
Slan go foill 's beannacht Dhe leat
recorded by Altan