The Rose Of Aranmore Irish song lyrics and chords. The video is of Maureen Hegarty, a beautiful
rendition, Aranmore being in Donegal.
[C]My thoughts today,[C7] though I'm[F] far away, Dwell[C] on Tyrconnell's[G7] shore, The[C] salt sea air[C7]
and the[F] colleens fair, Of[C] lovely[G7] green Gwee[C]dore. There's a[F] flower there, bey[C]ond compare, That
I'll[F] treasure[C] ever[G7]more, That[C] grand colleen,[C7] in her[F] gown of green, She's the[C] Rose of[G7] Aran[C]more.
I've travelled far 'neath the northern star, Since the day I said goodbye, And seen many maids in the golden
glades Beneath a tropic sky, There's a vision in my reverie, I always will adore, That grand colleen in her
gown of green, She's the Rose of Aranmore.
But soon I will return again To the scenes I loved so well, Where many an Irish lad and lass Their tales
of love do tell; The silvery dunes and blue lagoons, Along the Rosses' shore And that grand colleen in her gown
of green, She's the Rose of Aranmore.