Suantrai (Celtic lullaby)

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Seóthín, seóthó, mo stóirín, mo leanbh, 
Mo sheoid gan chealg, mo chuid den tsaol mhór. 
Seóthín, seóthó, nach mór é a taithneamh, 
Mo stóirín ina leaba, ‘na chodladh gan brón. 
A leanbh mo chléibh, go n-éiri do chodladh leat, 
Séan agus sonas a choice ‘do chomhair. 
Seo beannacht Mhic Dé agus téagar a Bhuime leat. 
Téir a chodladh gan bíogadh go ló. 

Ar mhullach a tSí tá síoga geala, 
Fá chaoinré an earraigh ag imirt a spóirt 
Seo iad aniar chun glaoch ar mo leanbh 
Le mian é a tharraing isteach sa Lios Mór. 
Goirm thú, a chroí! Ní bhfaighidh said do mhealladh 
Le brí a gcleas, ná le binneas a gceol. 
Tá mise led’ thaobh ag guí ort na mbeannacht, 
Seóthín, a leanbh, ní imeoidh tú leo. 

Os comhair mo lao go míochair ceanúil, 
Tá dílroisc aingeal ag faire ina threo, 
Le mórghrá dian á’ iarraidh chun bealaigh 
Mar b’aoibhne Flaithis dá rachadh sé leo. 
A stór mo chroí, luigh siar i do leaba, 
Le taobh do mhama is ea fhanfair go fóill. 
Ní mór liom ag Día mo shiamsa ‘gus m’aiteas, 
Mo ríocht ar talamh i dteannta mo bhróid. 

Seóthín, seóthó, my treasure, my child, 
My jewel with no flaw, my own in the great world. 
Seóthín, seóthó, isn’t it a great pleasure, 
My little treasure in his bed, asleep without sadness. 
Child of my bosom, have a good sleep, 
Good fortune and happiness be yours forever. 
This is the son of God’s blessing and the comfort of his mother for you.
Go to sleep without stirring ‘til day. 

On top of the fairy hill are bright fairies 
Under a soft, spring moon playing and sporting. 
Here they are from the west to call for my child 
Wishing to draw him into the great ringfort. 
I call you, my heart! They won’t entice you 
With the strength of their tricks or the sweetness of their music. 
I am at your side, blessing you, 
Seóthín, child, you won’t leave with them. 

In front of my calf [child] with loving tenderness 
The kind eyes of angels are watching over him 
With intense great love wanting him to go their way 
Because Heaven would be more delightful if he went with them. 
Treasure of my heart, lie back in your bed, 
By your mommy’s side you will stay a while yet. 
I’m grateful to God for my amusement and my pleasure, 
My kingdom on earth with my pride and joy.

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