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IDLP 2006 Oisín - Oisín album art Oisín Oisín (Album) ID Records (8), ID Records (8) IDLP 2006 Ireland 1976 Sell This Version
CODLP 2011 Oisín - Bealoideas album art Oisín Bealoideas (Album) ID Records (8) CODLP 2011 Ireland 1978 Sell This Version
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January 21, 2020
There's em there's a legend about the three islands; they're called Tir na nOg. I suppose it's the Irish equivalent of your Hy-Brasil. And um they say that, years and years ago, Oisin, who was one of the ancient warriors of Ireland, he fell in love with a spirit woman from that land. She came riding across the sea on a white horse, and her name was Niam Cinn-Oir: Niam of the Golden Hair

And um she took him back to Tir na nOg. And he felt like he'd only been there three days, but he'd been there 300 years, because it was the land of youth and no one ever changed. After that time, he became homesick and he asked her could he go home? So she gave him his horse and—but she made him promise that he would never, ever set foot on Irish soil again because something terrible would happen

So he rode back over the sea, and he came back onto Irish soil and he saw three men trying to lift a rock. And he couldn't believe that they couldn't lift it because they they were really weak; but 300 years had passed and the men had become quite debilitated. And he knew he could lift it without any problem, so he leaned over to give them a hand. But the girth of the saddle broke, and he fell onto Irish soil and died without ever seeing Pearl or Niam again


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