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Ebudae Lyrics

Artist: Enya
Album: Paint The Sky With Stars

Eww harlay eyuwee heewah oohah sharlay marc toh cheeteeh woodenuh.
Aran doi dig coh hoh partenuh ooh lee ah ooh harlorh.
Eww harlay eyuwee heewah oohah harlay mwahnee kahah montenah.
Ooh de keewah! Ooh de keewah!
Oohnah li ansai angrass de la ooh hoo lee ah ooh harlorh.


Amharc, mn ag obair l ‘s mall san och’,
Ceolann siad ar laetha geal, a bh,
Bealach fada annon ‘s anall a choch’.


Eww harlay eyuwee heewah oohah harlay wooneenchi doidig dohtenuh, dohtenuh, dohtenuh
Ooh de keewah!
Woohnah wui an jaeshah woodenuh ooh lee ah ooh harlorh.
Eww harlay eyuwee heewah oohah sharlay marc toh cheeteeh woodenuh.
Ooh de keewah! Ooh de keewah!
Aran doi dig coh hoh partenuh ooh lee ah ooh harlorh.
Ooh… Eww harlay eyuwee heewah oohah… Ooh… Li an… kahah montenah.


by zeph on 5/30/2008 1:12am
Thanks for the lyrics. Beautifully haunting, rhythmic and calming, I love this song.
by ? on 6/10/2008 1:36pm
it's a good interpretation, but it's way wrong... thats if it were written how it wounds, not in the actual gealic...
by Amber in NJ on 7/12/2008 9:33am
calming, relaxing, i got into this music when i was just about 6 and my mom worked at a spa. they played it all the time. now as a 13 year old girl, i listen on my zune.
by jeff on 10/9/2008 9:32pm
i love this song, as a 15 year old high school student, i find this song as a stress reducer.. love enya!
by Mat on 11/5/2008 1:19am
Can't we get an English translation of this song anywhere?
by Lillie on 11/24/2008 5:22pm
I love this song. mysterious, haunting, makes me think of the kind of music they'd listen to way back when.
by Adam on 1/13/2009 10:04pm
Yeah, it's a transliteration by someone who obviously does speak Gaelic, though.
by Olaia on 1/31/2009 6:56am
I thing the person who wrote this had copied it of the CD's booklet. It's nearly imporible to know what she's singing...
I was 10 when my mum and I got into this disc of enya, and now i'm 17 i still love it!
by Shay on 2/8/2009 7:21pm
Thanks for writing it out the way you pronounce it. It helped a lot (:
by Shay on 2/8/2009 7:25pm
My mum says I would here her on the radio when I was 2 and go, 'enya?'. haha (: and i was obsessed with this disks. I would print out pictures, and everything.
by faith on 3/6/2009 2:29am
i'v always loved enya, since my dad used to play it when i was little...this song has always been my fav though, especially after my brother listened for a whole day till he learnt to sing it, and then i found out my bf luvd it too.
by Kat on 4/15/2009 3:40pm
I found this CD less than a year ago on my own after I moved here. (It's still not been a year since I moved. *Sniff*) But it's so pretty! I love singing along to it. Especially the very first line.
by DAVID B on 5/9/2009 6:51am
by Shelby on 5/24/2009 1:59pm
love the song i ues it to do homework
by Rob on 7/25/2009 3:41am
Does anyone have the correct Gaelic for this song, and possibly the translation?
by Harmony on 8/3/2009 7:12pm
Apparently the only lyrics that have been officially published are the three lines of the bridge, but my father-in-law speaks Gaelic and he might be able to figure it out by ear.

*crosses fingers*
by zimo on 8/6/2009 10:24am
:D.. this song reminds me of NY... i fell asleep on a flight to NY with it playing and it repeated until i woke up 5 hours laterand we were flying over NY :D
by adrian on 8/10/2009 9:01pm
i like this song but i do not no what she sayg but rille toch is to you
by on 8/12/2009 11:28pm
The sony is very nice,i used to listened to Edudae alone when am taking my bath in night.I also played it all alone when am thinking,bored.And when am travling on a bus.
by the mysterysaint on 8/26/2009 3:48pm
bin luking 4 translations 4 dis song and 'after ventus'. i found the translations 4 after ventus at last nd hoped i'd find translations 4 ebudae here... ah well,the search continues
by Snapple on 10/9/2009 6:54pm

The ONLY parts of this that are in Irish Gaelic are:

Amharc, mn ag obair l ‘s mall san och’,
Ceolann siad ar laetha geal, a bh,
Bealach fada annon ‘s anall a choch’.

The rest is mouth lilting. It's sounds that are not necessarily words.
by Narcis on 12/22/2009 4:59pm
It needs some modifications in some places but it's 95% the way it's supposed to sound. Thanks:)
by pajero of cameroon on 1/14/2010 11:48am
j'adores enya depuis que je l'ai cout pour la premiere fois et depuis lors,j'ai pluus envie de me sparer de ses chansons une seule seconde.
by U.C Philian on 7/2/2010 5:09pm
I luv d song;d rythm,words & tempo. It is nice, & kinda mysterious I'd really luv 2 get d translation.
by kaydin on 7/26/2010 1:49am
one word- amazing
by Sazi on 10/24/2010 11:46pm
Beyond Amazing!
by kim on 10/27/2010 6:16pm
I think enyas music is very realaxing . I hearing this for the first time when NY dad is playing it.. and this is approximately 10 years ago. I'm 19 now. I LOVE ENYA
by Jason on 11/20/2010 7:11pm
I read someplace that the lyrics are indeed "mouth lilting" ... that Enya's intent was to imitate the sounds of conversation you might hear from another room while you were drifting off to sleep ....
by ckj on 12/10/2010 2:22am
Get it translated in French or English.Beyong amazing
by deng jinliang on 12/13/2010 7:34pm
by Aoibheal McCarthaigh on 2/8/2011 12:07am
Whoever wrote this original first post should be embarassed.
Learn Gaelic....or at the very slight, google the words instead of phonetically typing it down in English
You do my language harm with this garbage
by Aoibheal McCarthaigh on 2/8/2011 12:12am
Amharc, mn ag obair l 's mall san och',
Ceolann siad ar laetha geal, a bh,
Bealach fada anonn 's anall a chich'.
Look, women working by day and late at night,
They sing of bright days that were,
A long way back and forth forever.

by leigh mackenzie on 2/17/2011 10:36pm
I love this song, I was at a Pilates class and this song was played and I was hooked, this song brings peace to me and makes me happy.
by Lillian on 4/6/2011 12:41am
Ojibwa Prayer it is ojibwa so what was said abaut e rest is mouth lilting. It's sounds that are not necessarily words. Is not true. It is a prayer in ojibwa.
Regards Lillian
by DaVinchi... on 4/22/2011 2:21am
I so love dis song...
by Kat on 5/17/2011 9:02pm
I love this song and Enya alike. My husband-to-be and I have Enya playing in the house all day everyday. It's great music to live and love by. I am 20, and I have been listening to Enya since I was a small child. It was our taste in music that Philip and I first found in common with one another.
by Dawn on 6/6/2011 11:58am
Aoibheal, she wrote the gaelic almost exactly as you did. The phonetic parts are the rest of the song, which are likely not gaelic (at least, they don't sound gaelic to me). Also, it is SO NOT mouth lilting, but clearly words. Lillian, I can find no credible reference to the fact that it is the Ojibwa great spirit prayer...are you sure? I'm dying to know what this is!
by Ngalim Franklin on 6/23/2011 2:50pm
This song is very cute. Enya, you're wonderful
by Oyisi Nigeria on 7/29/2011 2:25pm
I luv this song! Its jst amazing bt i'll luv to knw wat it means.
by Terry King on 8/5/2011 2:19pm
found this was said this was a gaelic translation of an Ojibwa Prayer

Oh Great Spirit who's voice i hear in the winds
and who's breathe gives life to everyone
Hear me

I come to you as one of your many children, i am weak and small.
I need your wisdom and strength. Let me walk in beauty.
Make my hands respect the things you have made, and make my ears sharp
so that i may hear your voice. The lessons you have hidden in each leaf and every rock.
I ask for wisdom and strength, not to be superior to my brothers but to be able to fight
my greatest enemy............Myself
Make me ever ready to come to you with clean hands and straight eye. So as life fades
away as a fading sunset, my spirit may come to you without shame.
Allow your heart to open like a flower and give the many blessings to those around you.
Allow your soul to fly free as it once did.
May you be ever blessed with abundance of infinite love and light
by KAMPETE ALIOU on 10/3/2011 9:41am
What an inspired artist full of creativity. A unique a singer i listen to her song to reinstate my mood, when i am stressed up, when i am troubled i find solution to my emotional trauma in her words.
by Dianah on 12/15/2011 12:34pm
I cant stop listening to this song i want to learn the lyrics so i keep singing along and hey the actual meaning humbles Enya and great job there
by Cathy Mhel on 1/17/2012 9:35pm
I Really love this song, I feel like in paradise every time i sing and hear this song.

So great ENYA ! :)
by maryjane dash on 2/24/2012 2:41pm
Ebudae my soul music
by Taylor Jenkins on 3/21/2012 1:53pm
I absolutely love this song! I listen to it while doing my homework for college. It is very calming and puts me in a good mood

by Nathan Lowe on 3/22/2012 6:30pm
Just for fun, here's my phonetic interpretation: :)

Biuchal viddiu vihiua hua
Shale mart gud tʃidi hurena
Haren gualig gog maltena
Huria huar lio

Biuchal viddiu vihiua hua
Haren gualig gog maltena
(Huri hiua, huri hiua)
Heve nege ase om grastada
Huria huar lio

Amharc, mn ag obair l 's mall san oche,
Ceolann siad ar laetha geal, a bh,
Bealach fada anonn 's anall a chich.

Biuchal viddiu vihiua hua
Haren gunya tʃig gualig dognina
(Huri hiua, huri hiua)
Umla guihun dȝeiʃun monigna
Huria huar lio

Biuchal viddiu vihiua hua
Shale mart gud tʃidi hurena
(Huri hiua, huri hiua)
Haren gualig gog maltena
Huria huar lio

(Huria huar lio)
Biuchal viddiu vihiua hua
(Huria huar lio)
Haren gualig gog maltena
by Nobel mchil on 4/4/2012 11:06am
I am moved by dis song and the way enya sing
by DON KUTI (NIGERIA) on 4/6/2012 3:16am
Got de lyrics from ma real hommies JIM & DINNOH who r so much in love wit de song, i fell in love wit de song too, though song meaning not known to me (Nathan Lowe's phonetic interpretation preferabe) i think it's kinda condolling or comforting esp. when lonely, it's really a nice blue.
by Rhondeni on 7/3/2012 5:57am
I love this enchanting...enya's song are deeply moving...
by KAMPETE ALIOU on 7/30/2012 3:44am
by jasmine on 8/22/2012 1:17pm
this song is so beautiful and what a voice
by Eugene on 8/26/2012 9:38pm
The translation by Terry king's kinda scary thou.. At least I should know the meaning of what I'm saying.. Buh I guess I'll never pronounce the words correctly anyWay so no harm done.. Great song.. And nice phonetic interpretation by Nathan.. :)
by Rin Kagamine on 12/22/2012 1:38am
My mom and dad went hiking in Scotland and found enya and I used to listen to it and just recently my mom put it on again cause I like Capercalie another galic band thing. I was flicking through songs and heard this one and now I'm hooked.
by Arev T on 2/18/2013 8:15pm
The only part of the song that is actual Irish - Gaelic is the middle verse. For those of you who think that know the translation for the rest of the lyrics, well, you are way wrong, wrong, wrong. There is no actual translation to it. True, some words may sound Gaelic or Ancient English, but they are really the interpretation of Roma Ryan.
by Olivia on 5/25/2013 7:20am
Irish music is just beautiful. I think if you can listen to a song without knowing what they're saying and still think it's beautiful then the song is a masterpiece :)
by Oladayo Festus on 6/17/2013 2:02pm
The tune and lyrics refills my emptied mind. Enya is great!
by michael lunsford on 6/18/2013 11:35pm
i love ebya she is my fave singer of all time i have all of her cd's. i know all her songs in gaelic spanish latin. her fave song of mine and my fave song of all time is hoope has a place such a beautiful song.
by That's Me on 11/15/2013 9:19am
This was my walking down the aisle song. Everytimw I hear it I close my eyes and feel myself taking the same steps. Thank you for a lovely song.
by I'm Me on 2/18/2014 6:00am
I'm so embarrassed that I'm hearing of this song only now. I am 23 and never heard of it. But boy ain't I glad I finally heard it. Very beautiful song. No idea what it means, still doesn't take away anything from the song
by Mohammed on 2/22/2014 3:19pm
D very 1st day i listen to this song(Ebudae) i couldn't stop singing off head and yet i still listing to it till now. Before bedtime i listings to all her songs which eventually make me sleep. GOD bless you Enya for talent and i will love to see you play live in Africa(Nigeria). Luv ya
by Brian costin on 3/21/2014 2:34am
Most people agree that this is a beautifull song then you get sad people who just take it to pieces feel sad they have no soul no dought they will take this to pieces as well
by Sabbatismos on 4/6/2014 3:13am
Any Enya (real and un-ashamed) fan in Nigeria, reach me (0805-431-6097, or "greetdgreat" on Skype), lets do Enya-like music together.
Who loves Patricia like I do?!
If Christ tarries, I'll be playing Enya the day I sleep.
Long live European music.
by patrick e. on 2/3/2015 8:23pm
i listen to her songs since i was am addicted to her songs..

she is leaving mark in music..of which known can match in time come....

her music makes me relax..lifted...and get surrounded by my deep thought...i play her songs through out the night...while am asleep...its pretty good and calm...

i wish i can see her....and give her a kiss on her side cheek..MAY IT BE!!!

08133018618...Lovers of enya...lets get some chats on watsapp...wherever you are in the world...

am a nigerian!!!ADIEMUS!!!!
by Grace on 9/3/2015 2:31am
i love this song sooooo much... but i really appreciate knowing the meaning of what i sing..
everyone is just having different views about its meaning

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