It is lonely you have left me
IT IS LONELY YOU HAVE LEFT ME (Sé mir me go h-eagneac). Irish. An air appearing in Luke Wadding's (The Bishop of Ferns) A Pious Garland of Godly Songs for the Solace of his Friends and Neighbors in their Afflictions (1680). The title is given in mangled 'Englished' Gaelic as "Shea veer me geh hegnough turshogh." Unfortunately, only the words survived, and the tune has been forgotten.