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ag smaoineamh os ard

Ed Sheeran has recorded his song Thinking Out Loud as Gaeilge

Maith an buachaill!

MANY PEOPLE CONSIDER Ed Sheeran an honorary Irishman at this stage, and this latest move just confirms it.

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Sheeran has gone and re-recorded his hit single Thinking Out Loud as Gaeilge – the song premiered on Eoghan McDermott’s show on RTÉ 2fm earlier today.

Without further ado, here’s Ag Smaoineamh Os Ard…
https://www.facebook.com/2fmofficial/videos/vb.183036655043191/1183679911645522/?type=2&theater

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Sheeran recorded the song for McDermott’s Ceol 2016 album, which features some of Ireland’s biggest artists performing their tracks as Gaeilge.

Other musicians on the album include The Coronas, Kodaline, Ham Sandwich, and Dáithí.

The album will be distributed to all schools and colleges from January of next year – for more information on winning your own copy, click here.

Written by Valerie Loftus and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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