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Posted: 11-Nov-2009, 05:20 AM
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Nuair a thisich mi air a Ghidhlig ionnsachadh, b e goireas gl chudromach is prseil a bh anns na h-rain aig Runrig dhomh gus a fuaimean a chleachdadh. Bha a mhr-chuid de na strcan a dhth air na faclan sgrobhte co-dhi agus tha mi air sgrdadh nam faclan uile a dhanamh gus na srcan a bha a dhth a chur riutha. Geibhtear na faclan air lrach-ln Fram na Gidhlig.

Mran taing do Runrig airson cead foillseachaidh a thoirt dhomh.


When I started learning Gaelic, Runrigs songs were a very important and treasured ressourse for me for learning the pronunciation. Most of the accents were missing from the written words though, so I went through all the lyrics and added the missing accents. You can get the lyrics at the Fram na Gidhlig website.

Many thanks to Runrig for giving me permission to publish them.


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'S e saoghal a th' anns gach cnan
Fram na Gidhlig
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