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This song pleads for brotherhood of all man no matter of our difference. Perhaps this song should be played and shared until it is imbedded in our heads and humanity reaches a higher level of maturity.

For those who like to read more..... This is a Celtic song composed in the mid 1700 by Duncan Ban MacIntyre. John Allan Cameron made this song a Celtic favourite sometime in the seventies.

It was originally written in the Gaelic language and was a song of romantic love but through translation and over the time span of more than 300 years, it is now a song of brotherhood and love for all man.



Air fa la la lo horo air fa la la lay
Air fa la la lo horo air fa la la lay
Air fa la la lo horo air fa la la lay
Fal dee falo horo air fa la la lay

The song that I sing's a song of laughter and love
There's tang o' the sea and blue from heaven above
Of reason there's none, and why should there be forby?
With fire in the blood, and toe and a light in the eye

The heather's ablaze with bloom the myrtle is sweet
There's song in the air, the road's a song at our feet
So step it along as light as a bird on the wing
And while we are stepping we join our voices and sing

And whether the blood be highland, lowland or no
And whether the skin be back or white as the snow.
Of kith and of kin where one be as right be as wrong
As long as our hearts be true to the lilt of a song.