Madairin Rua – lyrics and chords

The chords to Madairin Rua presented here in the key of D major. Use our chord converter to play the song in other keys. The lyrics tell the story of a fox sneaking round a farmyard in the morning looking for a tasty meal.

 
D 
An Madairin a Rua, Rua, Rua, Rua, Rua
 
An Madairin a Rua ta  
A7 
gran 
 
 
D 
na
 
An  
 
Madairin a  
A 
Rua na  
D 
lui sa lua chair’s barr
 
A dha chluis in  
A7 
air 
 
 
D 
de.

The little red fox is a raider sly

 
In the misty morning  
A7 
cree
D 
ping
 
With a  
 
morsel to his  
A 
taste, he  
D 
hurries in haste
 
While the farmyard’s soundly  
A7 
slee
D 
ping.

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A duck says he has charms for me
Likewise a good cock crowing
But a fine fat goose is most of use
To a family young and growing.

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[D]An Madairin a Rua, Rua, Rua, Rua, Rua
An Madairin a Rua ta [A7]gran [D]na
An [(Bm)]Madairin a [A]Rua na [D]lui sa lua chair’s barr
A dha chluis in [A7]air [D]de.

The little red fox is a raider sly
In the misty morning [A7]cree[D]ping
With a [(Bm)]morsel to his [A]taste, he [D]hurries in haste
While the farmyard’s soundly [A7]slee[D]ping.

A duck says he has charms for me
Likewise a good cock crowing
But a fine fat goose is most of use
To a family young and growing.

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Madairin Rua lyrics and chords

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