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Moya Brennan — To the Water
Album: Whisper to the Wild Water
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Total ratings: 821









Released: 1999
Length: 3:20
Plays (last 30 days): 4
Yaweh look now on me
Clouded the sky I see
Make my eyes crystal clear
Walk with me to the water

Tabhair domh do lámh
Tabhair domh do lámh
Tabhair domh do lámh

Yaweh You gave me love
Cradle this flame above
Rest Your hands upon my head
Lead me down to the water

Tabhair domh do lámh
Tabhair domh do lámh
Tabhair domh do lámh

Yaweh make me Your stream
Place me inside Your dream
Touch my mouth, softly call
Take me out to the water

Tabhair domh do lámh
Tabhair domh do lámh
Tabhair domh do lámh
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One dang talented family.
Talented family, those Brennans.
And I’m back in that same place, summer now. Wonderful place.

 vaiodon wrote:

Have just returned after spending two weeks in ‘Brennan country’, the gaeltacht lands of Donegal, north-west Ireland. It’s not hard to appreciate what and where provides a fundamental inspiration for the family’s music.



Divine! Mesmerizing choral rhapsody, blows my mind, every time...
Have just returned after spending two weeks in ‘Brennan country’, the gaeltacht lands of Donegal, north-west Ireland. It’s not hard to appreciate what and where provides a fundamental inspiration for the family’s music.
Only an hour or so ago I spun up Enya’s first release. But this, this from
Moya … is just sublime.
Wow. Great song. I was surprised to learn it was Enya's sister.  Bill, that is a find for me. Thanks.
 DippingSauce wrote:

Ratings: 11, last comment from 2003. Dayummmmm this one hasn't had airtime in forever has it?

A shame, it's quite pretty! More please!


Dipping Sauce - Moya is back in rotation more frequently  
Or maybe, just getting commented on more frequently
Tabhair domh do lámh means "give me your hand".  As a longtime river runner I find these lyrics interesting.
Great!! Nice voice. I never heard of her before.  Thanx RP!
 Rockit999 wrote:

A little too much effect on the vocal but I still like it.




I think the "plate reverb sound" on the vocals is great!
A little too much effect on the vocal but I still like it.
Lovely segue in theme and vibe.  Walking on Air - To the Water.
I saw Clannad at their peak, blew me away! 9 members on stage, every few songs 1/2 the band would switch instruments...all so freaking talented. The music was stellar
LOVE Maire Brennan, and Clannad, too. Best enjoyed oceanside.
Wow! The 1st track of my DC shift tonight. Love it. The track.
Oh my...... sounds like a Mike Oldfield track with Maire as guest vocalist. Perfect!
Love this song.....first listen ........8   :o)   Connecticut 
beautiful — more like this pleasee!
Angelic voice, ethereal music - Bill, please don't leave it 14 years to play this again! {#Notworthy}{#Sunny}
It's a great album all around..
Fabulous...Ethereal...Divine... Magical and mystical, it soothes my Celtic soul in this time of almost apocalyptic anxiety and uncertainty.
Ratings: 11, last comment from 2003. Dayummmmm this one hasn't had airtime in forever has it?

A shame, it's quite pretty! More please!
She is also the lead singer of Clannad.
Marie Brennan is Enya's sister.