Lagan Love

from by Sharon Knight



A traditional favorite of ours, and a classic Irish love song. The Lagan is a river in Northern Ireland. From Song of the Sea.


Where Lagan streams sing lullabies
There blows a lily fair
The twilight gleam is in her eye
The night is on her hair

And like a love sick lannan sidhe
She holds my heart in thrall
No life have I, nor liberty
for love is lord of all

And often when the beetle's horn
Has lulled the eye to sleep
I steal into her sheiling lorn
And through the doorway I creep

There on the cricket’s singing stone
She make the bogwood fire
And sings in sweet and undertone
The song of heart’s desire


from Siren Songs, released September 1, 2016
Sharon Knight - lead and harmony vocals
Winter - acoustic guitar



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Festival favorites Sharon Knight and her longtime collaborator Winter perform a mythic-Celtic style, which they call "Neofolk Romantique; songs for poets, adventurers and lovers of mystery". They tour internationally several months of the year, bringing their fantastical tales of love and magic to festivals, cafes, and homes across the land. ... more

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