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Ore 'Se Do Bheatha 'Bhaile

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Or Se Do Bheatha Bhaile Lyrics And Chords Wolfe Tones, Written by Padraic Pearse Written in 1914,this song started out as one of Pearse's poems.Pearse turned it into a marching song for the Irish volunteers.Recorded  by The Wolfe Tones , who else could play it like the 'Tones , brilliant. and by Sinead O'Connor. Planxty also recorded it as a tune without the words.

ORO SE DO BHEATHA BHAILE (Padraig Pearse)

For the Wolfe Tones’ version use capo on 2nd fret. Key of Em

Curfá

(Em)Oro 'se do bheatha 'bhaile

(D)Oro se do bheatha 'bhaile

(Em)Oro se do bheatha (D)'bhai - le

'(G)Nois ar (D)theacht an (Em)tsamhraidh

(Em)'Se do bhea tha 'bhean ba lean

(D)Mhar b'e ar greach tu bheith I ngeibh eann

(Em)Do dhui che bhrea I sei-ibh (D)meirleach

Is 'stu (G)diolta (D)leis na (Em)Gallaibh

Curfá

A (Em)bhui ie Ri na bhfeart bo bhfeiceam

(D)Muna mbiom beo ina dheoidh ach seachtain

(Em)Grainne Mhaol is mile gaisc(D)ioch

Ag (G)fógairt (D)fain ar (Em)Ghallaibh

Curfá

Ta (Em)Gráinne Mhaol ag teacht thar saile

(D)Oglaigh armtha lei mar gharda

(Em)Gaeil iad féin is ne Gaill na (D)Spainnigh

Is (G)cuirfidh (D)siad ruaig ar (Em)Ghallaidh

Curfá 2x

Key Of Am
'Se[Am] do bhea tha 'bhean ba lean
[G]Mhar b'e ar greach tu bheith I ngeibh eann
[Am]Do dhui che bhrea I sei-ibh meir-leach 'stu
[G]Diol-ta[D] leis na[Am] Gall-aibh
[Chorus]
[Am]O-ro 'se do bhea - tha 'bhai - le
[G]Or - ro se do bhea-tha 'bhai - le
[Am]Or - ro se do bhea - tha 'bhai -le
'[G]Nois ar theacht an[D] tsamh -[Am] raidh
 
Ta Gráinne Mhaol ag teacht thar saile
Oglaigh armtha lei mar gharda
Gaeil iad féin is ne Gaill na Spainnigh
Is cuirfidh siad ruaig ar Ghallaidh
 
A bhui ie Ri na bhfeart bo bhfeiceam
Muna mbiom beo ina dheoidh ach seachtain
Grainne Mhaol is mile gaiscioch
Ag fógairt fain ar Ghallaibh
 
Or Se Do Bheatha Bhaile in English
OH WELCOME HOME

Welcome lady of great sorrow
We share the grief of your internment
Your fair land in the hands of brigands
And you in bondage to strangers

CHORUS: Oh, welcome home
Oh, welcome home
Oh, welcome home
Now the summer is coming.

Grannie Mhoal (Grace O'Malley) is crossing the ocean
With armed warriors as her guard
Gaels are they not French nor Spaniards
They will overwhelm to the foreigners. CHORUS

Thank heaven's king that we shall see
Even though we die soon after (the next week)
Grannie Mhoal and a thousand warriors
Herald the stranger's retreat. CHORUS
 

 
 

   
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