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Tabhair Dom Do Lámh

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  1. May 05,  · The tune “Tabhair Dom Do Lamh” is often played at Irish weddings — the Irish title is pronounced “Tour Dum Dah Lahw (or Lahv)” in Irish, and most often translated as “Please, Give Me Your Hand.” The tune is by the Irish harpist (and pipe player) Ruairi Dall Ó Cathain (cc), whose name is variously written, but would today simply be transcribed as Rory O’Kane or even Roger .
  2. Tabhair dom do lámh. Just give me your hand, For the world it is ours. All the sea and the land, to destroy or command. If you give me your hand. Just give me your hand, In a gesture of peace. Will you give me your hand And all troubles will cease, For the strong and the weak, For the rich and the poor? All peoples and creeds, Let's meet their needs.
  3. Tabhair dom do lámh. Just give me your hand, For the world it is ours. All the sea and the land, to destroy or command. If you give me your hand. Just give me your hand, In a gesture of peace. Will you give me your hand And all troubles will cease, For the strong and the weak, For the rich and the poor? All peoples and creeds, Let's meet their needs/10(22).
  4. Just give me your hand, Tabhair dom do lámh. Just give me your hand, For the world it is ours. All the sea and the land, To destroy or command, If you give me your hand.
  5. TABHAIR DOM DO LAMH (TRAD.) About. Beautiful and Low G. U_Tabhair Dom Do Lálilattohupphyderp.ammaypearetestnsatrinatanefarnsi.co Adobe Acrobat Dokument KB. Download. Facebook? Twitter? LinkedIn? Xing?
  6. Give Me Your Hand / Tabhair Dom Do Lamh. Recorded by Planxty, the words were added at a later date by The Wolfe Tones. Give Me Your Hand Lyrics And Chords. As far as I know nobody besides the 'tones recorded this as a song.
  7. Tabhair dom do Lámh", is an education programme on the use of hand massage to alleviate anxiety for people with dementia. It is aimed at registered nurses, student nurses, members of the health care team and carers who are involved in caring for older people with dementia.
  8. Apr 14,  · Originally played when the piper was with Planxty in the s, ‘Tabhair Dom do Lámh’ was Bowman’s choice. The tune makes my spirit soar as I dream and look forward to renewing my companionships well within the two metres and once more taking in my hand the hands of my friends.

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