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The Sally Gardens

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  1. サリー(salley / sally)は、英語ではおよそ"sallow"の異形として扱われるが、発音がアイルランド語で「ヤナギ」を意味する"saileách"と似ている。 歌詞 英語 Down by the salley gardens my love and I did meet; She passed the salley gardens with little snow-white feet.
  2. Down by the Sally Gardens, my love and I did meet. She crossed the Sally Gardens with little snow-white feet. She bid me take love easy, as the leaves grow on the tree, But I was young and foolish, and with her did not agree. Back to Song List. Bookings: ()
  3. It was down by the Sally Gardens, my love and I did meet. She crossed the Sally Gardens, with little snow-white feet. She bid me to take life easy, as the leaves grow on the tree, But I was young and foolish, and with her I did not agree. In a field down by the river, my love and I.
  4. The Salley Gardens Lyrics: Down by the salley gardens / My love and I did meet; / She passed the salley gardens / With little snow-white feet / She bid me take love easy / As the leaves grow on.
  5. Down by the salley gardens. William Butler Yeats is widely considered to be one of the greatest poets of the 20th century.
  6. Salley or sally comes from the Gaelic word saileach which means willow. The Salley Gardens therefore simply means willow gardens. Slender shoots of willow were used to bind thatched roofs and so it was common to find small willow plantations close to villages in Ireland.
  7. > Folk Music > Songs > Down by the Salley Gardens. Down by the Salley Gardens [ Roud V; Ballad Index FSWB; William Butler Yeats] An Old Song Re-Sung, or Down by the Salley Gardens, is a poem by William Butler monmorekyfarebocatecocawoods.xyzinfo was published in in his book The Wanderings of Oisin and Other monmorekyfarebocatecocawoods.xyzinfo indicated in a note that it was “an attempt to reconstruct an old song from three lines.
  8. The tune for this was originally used by Herbert Hughes to set William Butler Yeats poem "The Salley Gardens". But the tune itself was not original. Hughes took it from "The Mourlough Shore" (it has a few other titles, too, as can be see on this Wikipedia page.

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