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Adele’s “Hello” Sung In Irish Is Incredible(as Gaeilge)

Adele’s “Hello” Sung In Irish Is Incredible(as Gaeilge) July 19, 201713 Comments

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Hello sung in Irish is amazing (1)

It really is great to see what students from Coláiste Lurgan, in Galway come up with.

They have done many covers in Irish over the years but this is our personal favourite.

In fact, this video is fast approaching 1 million views! Well done guys!

It is great to see how they are promoting the Irish language in a new and modern way.

Watch the video below and be sure to share:

If you would like to sing along or at least try to sing along here are the lyrics in Irish:

Hello, tú ann?
Mé smaoineamh théis na mblianta
Ar mhaith leat casadh liom?
Le ghoil siar ar chuile shórt 
Deir siad go gcneasódh am mo phiansa 
Ach, táimse fós ag fulaingt

Hello, gcloiseann tú mé? 
Tá mé síoraí breathnú siar ar an gcaoi mbíodh rudaí linn
‘S muid chomh hóg agus saor
gCuimhin leat an gliondar sular thit an domhan mórthimpeall orainn?
Muid ‘nois chomh difriúil oná chéile
Is ait an mac an saol 

Hello dhuit ag tíocht anall
Ó dheoraí grá atá faoi smál
Ag iarra’ tharla a chuir ina cheart 
Ná habair riamh go bhfuil ar ngrá thart 

Hello dhuit ón taobh thall 
Na bí chomh fuar mar níl aon chall 
Admháim mo chionnta 
Ba ormsa an locht
Nach féidir tosú ón tús ‘ríst anocht

Le do thoil

Hello, ce chaoi bhfuil?
Gach rud coinní’ ‘stigh rófhada
Tá sé seo chomh deacair
In am bogadh ar aghaidh
Scaoil uait a tharla ná breathnaigh siar 
Is fág i bhfad taobh thiar dhúinn
Ní haon rún é nach bhfuil ceachtar a’ainn i dTír na nÓg.

We also loved their cover of “Cheerleader” by OMI, which has racked up 1.5 million views already!!

And yes we also have the lyrics for this song as well. Give it a go! 🙂

Véarsa1
Nuair a bhíonn spreagadh an lae uaim
Is tú an chúis – is tú a bhíonn mar ghalláin glé dom (yeah yeah)
I gcónaí casadh coirneáil
Is léir go bhfuil an t-ádh liom
Cailín’ eile iad ag gealladh
Ach ní féidir mé a mhealladh

Droichead
D’teastaíonn me uait?
mbogann mé do chroi dhuit?
bhfuil tu gafa faoi mo gheasa
Abair liom go bhfuilcinnte

Curfá
Ó,a chroí beidh muide gcónaí síoraí spraoi
Brionglóid fútsa gan teip gach aon oí-che
Ó,a chroí beidh muide gcónaí síoraí spraoi
Brionglóid fútsa gan teip gach aon oí-che

Véarsa 2
A’ breathnú ort le tamall
‘g iarraidh d’airde le mo chloigeann thuas sna scamaill
Nuair a thógann tú mo lámh
Airíonn gach rud sona sámh
Cailín’ eile iad ag gealladh
Ach ní féidir mé a mhealladh

Véarsa3
Toram grá, níl aon cheist faoi
Sin an chaoi ata sé, cinnte is tú grá mo chroí
Ní athróidh mé mo intinn
Breá le mo chairde thú , síleann siad go bhfuil tú togha
Níl tada ‘nois le rá is léir don saol gur tú mo rogha
 

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13 comments

  1. So great to hear wonderful music in the native language and being enjoyed and sang by Irish children.

  2. How’s does it feel knowing your from Ireland or have,the Irish in you .Ireland just gets better every year and thanks to the success of River Dance it really started it of, proud to be 100%Irish…

  3. I’m not happy with my reaction…I’m a bit angry…actually…I’m angry my ancestors native tongue was being stripped from them by Brit Colonization long before they started their retreat to the new world…from famine, or strife. I’d love to know One word, other than our Flags motto and the toast….I’d love just to know how one pronounces a word beginning with “mbh”and followed by an equally random string of vowels.. it has just become so foreign to a 3rd generation “mic’ here… this deeply saddens me..
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  4. Loved the kids and their voices.They were amazing.I was born in England of Irish speaking parents.I can speak it fluently and read it fairly well.So glad my grandkids are learning it from me too.WE need to keep our native language alive for generation’s to come.

    1. ray, will you be told, not gaelic, but is the irish for hello, hello?, sorry to disappoint you, it isn’t

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