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composed and performed by Enya, lyrics by Roma Ryan, produced by
Nicky Ryan, the 11st track of album Watermark (1988). "Na Laetha Geal M'óige" translated from Irish as "The Brighter Days of My Youth", is about the reminiscence of the days during Enya's childhood, and receives a dedication in Irish to her grandparents.
Ag amharc tré m'óige / Is mé bhí sámh / Gan eolas marbh / Bhí mé óg san am.
[Chorus] Anois, táim buartha / 's fad ar shiúil an lá. / Ochón 's ochón.
Na laetha geal m'óige / Bhí siad lán de dhóchas / An bealach mór a bhí romham anonn / Bhí sé I ndán domh go mbeinn, slán, slán.
Looking through my youth / I was calm / Not dead information / I was young in the time.
[Chorus] Now I'm worried / The whole day walked. / Alas and woe.
The bright days of my youth / They were full of hope / The big way before me was / It was destined to be safe, secure.
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