Celtic Woman - Dúlaman (2016 Version) Lyrics




A 'níon mhín ó, sin anall na fir shúirí
A mháithairin mhín ó, cuir na roithléan go dtí mé

Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn

Tá ceann buí óir ar an dúlamán Gaelach
Tá dhá chluais mhaol ar an dúlamán maorach

Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn

Rachaimid chun Niúir leis an dúlamán Gaelach
Ceannóimid bróga daora ar an dúlamán maorach

Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn

Ó chuir mé scéala chuici, go gceannóinn cíor dí
'Sé'n scéal a chuir sí chugam, go raibh a ceann cíortha

Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn
Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn

Góide a thug na tíre thú? arsa an dúlamán Gaelach
Ag súirí le do níon, arsa an dúlamán maorach

Cha bhfaigheann tú mo 'níon, arsa an dúlamán Gaelach
Bheul, fuadóidh mé liom í, arsa an dúlamán maorach

Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn
Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn
Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn
Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn

Dúlamán na binne buí, dúlamán Gaelach

Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn
Dúlamán na farraige, b'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn
B'fhearr a bhí in Éirinn





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Celtic Woman Dúlaman (2016 Version) Comments
  1. faroshscale

    I swear to god gaelic sounds like you're performing some ancient spell

  2. Zqppy

    Be - Farr-da-Bin-In-Air-Inn

  3. hermionegranger3202

    Ppl be talking about how Irish is such a beautiful language, yea, try learning it for 10 years, w awful teachers and all you can say is 'an bhfuil cead agam dul go dti an lethreis', not such a beautiful language then.

  4. Giucas100 CassaBellis

    Endless Ocean: Blue World brought me here

  5. rate eightx

    Sorry Irish, But Where Did All Those Syllables Go???

  6. Tresha LeFoxy

    Funny thing is I was just thinking about how this song makes me sway in a weird way, like seaweed... Well now I know why.

  7. Conner Harris

    Endless ocean brought me here

  8. Heather Faust

    I want to speak Gaelic so badly, have since I was a child. I tried to teach myself in fifth grade with a friend from a book we borrowed from the book mobile. Learning from solely text was NOT very helpful I later found out. Duolingo has Irish as a language and I’m trying that but trying to get the pronunciations right is still hard.

  9. Maureen Carey

    I've heard of dulse before! Is dulse similar at all to seaweed?

  10. Dominko

    suddenly I want to live in a village and dance during a festival with flowers in my hair

  11. Equine Harley H

    Very nice song. I love the Celtic’s and really want to learn this song. I’m from The Netherlands and 12 years old and totally going for this! The only part i know how to pronounce is “Dúlaman na binne buí, dúlaman Galeach” but atleast something!

  12. ELICIAAA GOVAN

    Does anyone have the English version because idk what they sayin 💀 but it’s such beautiful music ❤️

  13. Lionengen Entertainment

    Wait... Y'all get seaweed from the *SEA*? I've been trying to find it here in the steppes of central Asia but now that I think about it the sea makes sense.

  14. Tomorrow We Live

    I like to imagine this song is actually about a dashing anthropomorphic seaweed.

    Tresha LeFoxy

    That's a great image in my head and somehow managed to make me even HAPPIER when listening to this.

  15. Isabell Surber

    I was taught this song in elementary school, I should have long forgotten it but for some reason it still sticks with me today.

  16. Jan Jurečka

    How it is pronounced in Irish: bob
    How it is spelled in Irish: bháóídhbrgtrhaidh

  17. Shinjini Bose

    So beautiful.
    I feel like being lost in heaven...

  18. AbareKillerFan 2002

    Endless Ocean?

  19. Soothing Bongo

    I came here because i love this type of music

  20. Mettatonyx

    they Really love their Seaweed Don't they. (CONCEPT! This song Except instead of Dulaman, sing Dullahan.)

  21. Macaela Tice-Loma

    as lil lambe said in a intro to the song: the tale is about a young woman in love with 2 lads persuing her so she uses seaweed to compare both lads...

  22. Chu Piku

    For all the non Irish speakers
    "Phog mo thon" means I love you

    ricemango

    Absolute mad lad

    Sorcha Ní Maoldomhnaigh

    Ahahahaha don't we love Irish

    olivia_gacha

    What a madman

    Lola Flanagan

    Chu Piku 😂😂😂

  23. LMR

    That is won ov the song in "The song ov the sea"😯

  24. Desmond Carolan

    Tá an leagan ceart ceart go leor ach, dar liom, tá ceann níos fearr ann. Translation This version is ok, but in my opinion, there is a better version:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iRfI1ezYjA


    Clannad have a good version of this song too. This version is what in Irish would be called : " giota beag screadach" I think "somewhat screeching" is a near translation. In other words, it is not the best, the notes are too high. Compare the UCD Choral Singers version and make up your minds as to which is best.

  25. The Nerd

    Ugh this language sounds like a song without tune or music

  26. Atapu

    Awesome!

  27. Daylin Logan

    my friends were freaked out when i learned how to say supercalafragalisticexpialadocous backwards wait till I start to learn the language better :)

  28. Michał Wojteczek

    Irishman are pretty serious about their seaweed

  29. A D

    Du-la-man, Du-la-man Gá-lahk (x7)

    A në-hin ve-hin oh,
    Shin an-nall na feer-a hei-rï,
    A wa-har-een veen oh,
    Kur na ro-hal-len guh dee may

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    Du-la-man, Du-la-man Gá-lahk (x2)

    Ta kyo-on bwee-ï awr,
    Air an Du-la-man Gá-lahk,
    Ta gaw-haw klua-ash mwail,
    Air an Du-la-man mwáy-rahk

    Bro-ga bra-ka do-wa,
    Air an Du-la-man Gá-lahk,
    Ta bar-ayde aw-gus troos
    Air an Du-la-man mwáy-rahk

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    (...)

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    Gü-day a hug na teer hoo,
    Airs an Du-la-man Gá-lahk,
    Eg sur-ee leh duh nyon,
    Airs an Du-la-man mwáy-rahk

    A-Rock-a-med khun Nyur,
    Lesh an Du-la-man Gá-lahk,
    Kyan-noh-meed bro-ga day-ra,
    Air an Du-la-man mwáy-rahk

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    O kur may shkal a quik-ee,
    Guh kyao-nan kee-her dee,
    Shayn shkal a kur she kuh-gam,
    Guh rev a kyao-nan keer-ha

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    (...)

    Ka hwee-an too muh nyon,
    Airs an Du-la-man Gá-lahk,
    Well fü-dar may lum ee,
    Airs an Du-la-man mwáy-rahk,
    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee in Er-in

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee, bar a vee

    Du-la-man na bin-na bwee,
    Du-la-man Gá-lahk
    Du-la-man na far-ri-geh,
    Bar a vee, bar a vee

    Bar a vee in Er-in!

  30. Igor Zima

    Proliant auto showcase your song is a red and very disturbed

  31. XxStrange PotatoxX

    I live in Ireland and learn Irish in school it is personally my favourite language to learn.

  32. _ Hiskaryan _

    Hate Celtic woman but alas

  33. Harahap Frisca

    If I wasn't wrong, the first time I saw dúlamán. I suddenly remember about The Song Of The Sea ost.

  34. Darky Star

    Idk why but this song will fit perfectly in my opinion with Azura from Fire Emblem Fate '-'

  35. Gaelic Princess

    Okay, WHO DISLIKED THIS MASTERPIECE OF A SONG?!

  36. Gavin Lightfoot

    Singing it in English makes it sound bad.

  37. TYSON L. TAYLOR-GERSTNER

    I was confused by the lyrics trying to learn it but then I looked at the description. Thanks for the correction!

  38. nartstalgia

    cortica river anybody???

  39. AbareKillerFan 2002

    This song appears in Endless Ocean Blue World in the Cortica River level

  40. Nutmeg The noob of life

    This was the song from song of the sea... I fanaly found out whats it's called!

  41. Fur Fag

    Lol not even close to the type of seaweed the song is about

  42. Scott Boyle

    I don’t know if anyone will ever see this but in late August in donegal there’s a seaweed salesman who sells seaweed for 2€ and it’s the best freshest stuff going

  43. Lesley Lakos

    Beautiful light music that skips, sunlight warming, you can't catch it, where it goes I have to follow!
    Thankyou for this breath of air!
    Lesley xx

  44. ritchielikesfrogs

    whyyy is there a key change 😭 my whistle is only in d 😭

  45. Ryan Barth

    This should be in Jurassic world 3

  46. SeaJay Oceans

    Dear Ireland, please keep on making lots more Irish peoples ! Earth needs good music ! :-)

  47. bean scene

    i sing this at .5 speed...is breá liom é

  48. Miguel Angel Rangel

    Am I the only bone that learnt about Celtic Woman because of the Endless Ocean games?

  49. Pawsitively Adorable

    0:00 to 3:08 are my favorite moments in the song.

  50. Dóczi Rebeka

    JUST LOVE IT.

  51. Nervous Hurricane

    Yo the letters are similar to Arabic in pronunciation how strange

  52. Shadow Man

    for a while i forgot this beautiful side of this world .

  53. Fur Fag

    Wait maybe I'm wrong

  54. Fur Fag

    At 1:45 is a wrong lyric, it says "dulaman Gaelach" in the song and "dulaman maorach" is written

  55. Justin McCurdy

    Who knows this song because of Endless Ocean: Blue World?

  56. Sol10127

    It is still such a fun song to sing along with

  57. Sacha Pelosky

    I know this has nothing to do with the song but I just found someone I met on a cruise to Alaska 5 years ago in a google surveillance street view picture on a boat in the ocean off the coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania while listening to this song and I have never felt more at peace in my whole life.

  58. Gwynna MacCaskill

    Damn, they love their seaweed.

  59. Marshal Marrs

    This song is not sung right

  60. LuTube

    Wait a minute... I know this from Song of the Sea!!!!!!

  61. Mosquito milk

    10 year old me is quaking rn

  62. Derpy PotatoFox

    Truly the best song about seaweed in the world.

  63. claire alexander

    My new favourite song.

  64. •MangaForLif3 •

    This song was used in Song of the sea, I love this song

  65. Invader Era

    When your name is Erín and you’re Irish ☘️

    Melani Potvin

    Do you know seamus Finnegan

  66. Nolan Stroup

    This song isn't about what I thought it sounded like it was.

  67. Froppy

    Isn't this in Song of the Sea? For those of you who have never seen it, I suggest it.

  68. Asura Heterodyne

    I love silly songs! I mean, one comment said it's a metaphor for a rich father and a poor suitor, but crocodile rock is a silly song even though it has a story to it.

  69. spicy ricey

    Never knew seaweed was a part of irish culture, but then again its an island, so makes sense. But to my knowledge seaweed isn't used as often in european cuisines. I think.

    gallow glass

    Spicey ricey Seaweed was a very important fertiliser along the coast.Alot of the land around the coast is not suitable for farming,because its acidic peatland or in the case of the aran islands bare rock ,but over the centuries people have been able to farm there through the use of seaweed and sand to make the land fertile.If you ever go to the west of ireland and see greenfields along the coast its a good chance that is the result of seaweed.

  70. Silver the Red

    Why does gaelic sound so beautiful? It sounds ancient and nature-y and its gorgeous.

    Demonetisation Across the nation

    Why thank ye! Tis a great langauge. I love speaking it

    Mullerornis

    Because it doesn't resemble english and because media associates celtic cultures with nature.

  71. xXEditsXx

    I sang this for my primary school this year

  72. Linda Ramirez

    I sang this in choir!

  73. Ryan Barth

    Beutiful music

  74. Everybunnyloves Somebunny

    My Irish seaweed has my heart and I love him and don't care if he will not give me his heart. I admire and love him and am bieng his friend and this way I can love him always and forever and I will never loose him. Thank God I can still kiss him!

    Everybunnyloves Somebunny

    I'm not sure. I think its just a crush.

  75. itsyaboioak wr

    Wish me luck trying to get this masterpiece out of my head

  76. Stephen Smyth

    First heard this in p 6 on the beak from school Drink in llf o the memories please convert in gailec

  77. funny bracelets

    One thing i like more about irish/scottish songs is that they close so furious and so dramatically they give you chills

  78. Andrew Rivera

    Wooohooo! Endless Ocean!

  79. ella hill

    did anyone else notice that the on-screen lyrics are wrong at 1:10? it should be “bairéad agus triús are a’ dúlamán Gaelach”

  80. Tinkerbell

    Now where have i heard it before🤔🤔

    Froppy

    Song of the Sea? They sing a different version but it's sorta the same.

  81. Anna Ross

    Why is the word for Ireland both Gaelach and Eirinn? Is there a grammatical reason or does it have something to do with the direct translation? :)

    M. Máire Ní Shúilleabháin

    'Gaelach' is an adjective, it means Irish or Irish-related (not the language though, that would be 'Gaeilge', a noun).

    The Irish word for Ireland is Éire, Éirinn is just the old dative form or the Cois Fharraige (a Connacht dialect) form of Éire :)

  82. Mark Best

    I thought dúlaman meant black seaweed?

  83. _gruff _

    This song wouldve been amazing in the witcher 3

  84. aonairskies

    Celtic languages are beautiful and usually remind me of Elvish,and interestingly the "h"sound reminds me of Kazakh

  85. Everybunnyloves Somebunny

    I have Irish seaweed in my life! My dreams are coming true!

  86. Typhoon

    Anyone else come from the Endless Ocean series, and not Song of the Sea?

  87. Ua Toto

    so who wants to provide a singing guide for those of us who want to learn this song but are terribly confused by which letters and syllables to pronounce

  88. Maddison Maynard

    i can speak gealic like if u can

  89. Animation Nation

    Does this type of music have a genre name? It’s so beautiful ❤️

    OTTBbuzz

    Probably just Celtic haha. Or Celtic Folk maybe

  90. Edward Lee

    I've been listening to this song (by the Altans) since the 90s.. Knew it had something to do with seaweed, but this is great! Thank you!

  91. Alex Pacheco

    Excellent 👍

  92. Claire Wong

    Beautiful! Love from China 😍🤤

  93. Ephraïm Boateng

    Spanish, French, and Gaelic are beautiful.

    Cridhe Bunny LaDydy

    Eh, I can easily see that you have never heard me speak (or worst, sing) in my *beautiful* native language that is Frensh... c-|

  94. Summer Moffett

    omg this culture and language is perfect for the culture in my story

  95. Hexenkönigin von Angmar

    My first thought: "How can a song about seaweed sound cool?"

  96. Burraku Dusk

    I remember this song in Endless Ocean 2! Still super nice to listen to.

  97. Ocareening

    To those who are confused, the song is a metaphor. The "Irish Seaweed" is the wealthy father of a girl, while the "Stately Seaweed" is a poor man (possibly a seaweed vendor) who wants to marry the daughter. He tells the father that he is fit to marry her because he can give her many gifts, though the father refutes his statements by saying he already provides everything the suitor mentions for his daughter. (For example, the suitor mentions giving the daughter a golden comb, while the father says that she is already well-groomed, meaning the comb wouldn't be much use.) Eventually, the suitor and the daughter run off together.

    ashley carlson

    Ocareening I thought it was about the Irish potato famine and how they used seaweed and composition to gain back some of the soil they had lost

    Samantha Peet

    Thank you

    Pretty Anon

    Aw damn, I just wanted it to be a cute song about seaweed 🌊

    Zoey Buley

    that clears things up significantly. Thanks!

    Humphrey Hogan

    Dude you have a hell of a Celtic name, and I'm not even gonna try! Our English orthography won't let me!