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She Moved Through The Fair

She Moved Through the Fair Lyrics by Loreena McKennitt from the Elemental [CD-ROM] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more: My love said to me My Mother won't mind And me Father won't slight you For your lack of kind Then she stepped away from.

She Moved Through the Fair is probably one of the most ancient of Irish folk songs yet is immensely popular with contemporary singers and modern day audiences. It has a strange, mystical sounding melody and tells the story of a young man and the beautiful woman he hopes to marry. Unfortunately for him, he is destined to be disappointed.

She Moved Through the Fair. This song was collected by Irish poet Padraic Colum and musicologist Herbert Hughes. The date represents its first known publication in Hughes' "Irish Country Songs". It is uncertain the extent to which traditional lyrics for the song were rewritten by Colum. The Colum version is shorter than many other known.

She stepped away from me And she moved through the Fair And fondly I watched her Move here and move there And she turned her way homeward With one star awake As the swan in the evening Moves over the lake. The people were saying No two e’er were wed But one has a sorrow That never was said And she smiled as she passed me With her goods and.

The author of 'She Moved Through The Fair' had found the lyrics of a traditional old Irish song and wrote two more verses. After sending the song to be published, he realised it needed a third verse to explain that the young woman in the song had died.


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  1. As she stepped away from me And she moved through the fair And fondly I watched her Move here and move there And then she turned homeward With one star awake Like the swan in the evening Moves over the lake. The people were saying, No two e'er were wed But one had a sorrow That never was said And I smiled as she passed With her goods and her gear.

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