Clannad – Theme from Harry's Game (Official HD Video)

Clannad – Theme From Harry’s Game (Official HD Video)
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“Theme from Harry’s Game” is a 1982 song by Clannad commissioned as the theme for Harry’s Game, a Yorkshire Television mini-series adapted from a 1975 novel set in The Troubles in Northern Ireland. It was released as a single in October 1982 and became a surprise hit, reaching number 5 in the UK Singles Chart.

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Imtheochaidh soir is siar
A dtainig ariamh
An ghealach is an ghrian

Fol lol the doh fol the day
Fol the doh fol the day

Imtheochaidh an ghealach’s an ghrian
An Daoine og is a chail ‘na dhiadh

Fol lol the doh fol the day
Fol the doh fol the day

Fol lol the doh fol the day
Fol the doh fol the day

Imtheochaidh a dtainig ariamh
An duine og is a chail ne dhiadh

Fol lol the doh fol the day
Fol the doh fol the day


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29 thoughts on “Clannad – Theme from Harry's Game (Official HD Video)

  1. Dear Enya. Love your voice since i heard you for the first time singing the theme from Harry's Game. My fav record shop had to import the Clannad vinyl LP for me!

  2. All these years later it has the power to transport you somewhere else when listening, wonder song , takes me back to 80s Northern Ireland .

  3. I'll admit, I only discovered this song and its context within the past year or so, but with everything going on now in June of 2020, it seems especially relevant. I was about ten when the Good Friday Agreement was signed and, being an American, I didn't know much about the conflict it was meat to stop. But this song speaks to both the pain of the anguish before it and to the grief and unanswerable questions of needless violence in general. An anthem for its time and one that transcends culture, religion, and conflict. Bravo and blessed be, }O(

  4. First heard this with a programme that had Kenneth Branagh in it about the troubles in Ireland, for the life of me now I can't remember what it was but it stuck with me…

  5. So glad I found this song again. The first time I heard it was the end of U2’s Live Under A Blood Red Sky video. I still have that video from 1982

  6. Me and Patrick Bergin would always sit watching this on TV back in the 90's, just sit there silently, watching

  7. Probably the most angelic voice I've ever heard. You guys are absolutely fantastic. I hear this and I can imagine myself back in the theater when I first heard this beautiful music.

  8. Escuto essa música e sempre me lembro do início e fim do show do U2 live in Red Rocks in Colorado.

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