Francesco Gabbani - Occidentali's Karma (Gaelic (Irish Gaelic) translation)

Gaelic (Irish Gaelic) translation

Karma an t-iarthar

A bheith ó a chaitheamh -
Dabht hamletach
Contemporach cosúil le fear na Mí.
Faigh compordach I do bhosca 2x3
Eolaithe I gcaifé ,idirlíoní,daoine onórach sa chómhrá de féinphic eolas.
Tá clisteas imithe
Freagraí easca,
Fadhbanna uafás.
 
A.A.A ag féachaint,sea féach.scéil cluiche ceannais .le cúnamh dé,leis a chúnamh
Cad a tharleoidh ,a tharloidh
Agus ag caint sa baiste
 
Ceachtanna nirvana ,níl aon Buddha sa stíl indíanach
Líne amháin,
Am spraoí do chách ,am spraoí.
Lig scread as na slua náth,
Stopann amhaideach ,
Tá an moncaí gan éadaí ag rince ,
Karma an t-iarthar
Karma an t-iarthar
Tá an moncaí gan éadaí ag rince
Karma an t-iarthar!
 
Baisteann sé chanel,ar chirp mharbh
Sabháil thú féins ón Bhol Don daoone atá chomh túsa.Tá gach duine amaidáin Mar an idirlíon ,cócaine agus comharsanacht
 
A.A.A ag féachaint ,sea ag feachaint ,humanach fake ,caidreamh collaí appealach .
Fears a tharloidh,a tharloidh .agus ag caint sa bhaistí.
 
Ceachtanna nirvana ,níl aon Buddha sa stíl indíanach
Líne amháin,
Am spraoí do chách ,am spraoí.
Lig scread as na slua náth,
Stopann amhaideach ,
Tá an moncaí gan éadaí ag rince ,
Karma an t-iarthar
Karma an t-iarthar
Tá an moncaí gan éadaí ag rince
Karma an t-iarthar!
 
Nuair a mbeidh saol leadránach,titeann fir.
Karma an t-iarthar
Karma an t-iarthar
Dúisíonn an moncaí
Namaste Olé
 
Ceachtanna nirvana ,níl aon Buddha sa stíl indíanach
Líne amháin,
Am spraoí do chách ,am spraoí.
Lig scread as na slua náth,
Stopann amhaideach ,
Tá an moncaí gan éadaí ag rince ,
Karma an t-iarthar
Karma an t-iarthar
Tá an moncaí gan éadaí ag rince
Karma an t-iarthar!
 
Submitted by Martindgjkhfxxxxzx on Sun, 14/05/2017 - 16:31
Last edited by Alma Barroca on Thu, 17/05/2018 - 22:30
Author's comments:

Tá suil agam go bhainfidh tú taitneamh as an bun aistriúchan (lán Le fadhb) a rinne mé.dá mbeadh aon cheist agat fág teachtaireact anseo

Italian

Occidentali's Karma

Comments
Alma Barroca    Sun, 14/05/2017 - 17:04

What language is this? I marked it as 'Other' as '+ More languages' isn't supposed to be chosen as language. I'd say its Irish, but I'm not sure.

michealt    Wed, 16/05/2018 - 15:05

It look lik Irish to me, but is not well put together; using "I" instead of "i" for the word "i" anywhere other than at sentence beginning is usually a clear sign of someone thinking in English and not realising that having "I" instead of "i" is like having "IN" instead of "in" ("i" means "in")

Alma Barroca    Thu, 17/05/2018 - 22:31

I have changed the language, so.